The student’s card grade in each of the subject area is determined by the combined results of her examinations and class work. The quarterly examinations make up 30% of the final grade and the class standing (comprised of quizzes, long tests, journals, lab reports) accounts for 70% for the first three grading periods. For the fourth quarter, the final examination is given a weight of 40% and 60% goes to the class standing.
The card grade is computed using the formula: T/2 + 50. This is based on the rationale that part of the students’ grade is 50% of what she has learned in the previous quarters or lower years. The highest mark a student can attain is 100 and the lowest mark is 70 for the first quarter and 65 for the rest of the grading periods.
Grades and Promotions
1. A GRADE LOWER THAN 75 IS A FAILING GRADE.
2. Marks are received every grading period. The final mark is the
average of the periodical
3. Academic grades do not take extra-curricular performance or conduct grades into account.
4. A student who passes all her subjects is automatically promoted to the next year level.
5. A student who fails in one of two one (1) unit
subjects is required to earn the lacking units
6. A student who fails to earn the lacking unit/units
during the summer will be asked to
7. A student who fails in two to three subjects (or a
total of three units) is advised to transfer
8. A student who fails in the same subject areas for two
consecutive years will be asked to
9. A student who takes summer sessions is put on
Academic Probation (AP). The academic
10. A student may be asked to withdraw or be dismissed for reasons other than academic.
11. Each student is issued a
computerized report card EVERY QUARTER. Parents are required to
Aside from pursuing academic excellence, students are expected to manifest Christian/Benedictine values and attitudes. As such, these become the bases for conduct grades which will be given every quarter to all students. The conduct grade which appears in the card is the average of the conduct grades given by all teachers handling a particular class. The conduct grade is reported as follows:
The bases for conduct grades are:
The Homeroom grade is given by the class advisers quarterly. It is included in the quarterly average conduct grade which is the average of all the conduct grades given by the subject teachers and the Homeroom class adviser. The Homeroom grade is reported as follows:
The bases for Homeroom grades are:a. attendance and punctuality
b. involvement and participation in the Homeroom and other school activities
c.1. promptness in submitting reply slips, settling accounts etc.
c.2. courtesy and politeness
c.3. honesty and helpfulness
c.4. cleanliness and orderliness
c.5. responsibility in fulfilling assigned tasks
c.6 non-disruptive in class
A rubric is used to determine the Homeroom Grade
Club grades are computed based on the grading system adopted by the club as stipulated in the club’s constitution and by-laws. Club grades are given on a quarterly basis which is included in the report card. A student’s club grade is included in the computation for honors. It is given a weight of 10%. Club grades are reported from a range of 4 as the highest and 1 as the lowest.