Pupil Progression

K-3 - 8th Grade Promotion

1) Attendance (according to policy)

2) Completion of course work (mastery level of skills necessary for promotion)

 

9th-12th Grade Promotion

1) Attendance

2.)Completion and passing of mandated testing as specified by Louisiana Department of Education.

3) Course Work (mastery level of skills is necessary for promotion) 

Grade Level Course Work K4- 8th Grade

K4 and K5

• K4 students will assessed to determine if the child is ready to promote to K5. 

• K5 students must pass ALL subjects and complete an exit exam to be considered for a promotion to the 1st grade. 

1st, 2nd, 3rd: Students must have a 78% or higher final grade average in Reading and Mathematics to be considered for promotion to the next grade.  The final average is determined by adding the grades for the first and second semester together / divided by two. 

4th: Students must have a passing grade in Reading, Mathematics and Language and a 78% or higher final grade in either Mathematics or Reading in order to be considered for promotion.  The final average is determined by adding the grades for the first and second semester together / divided by two. 

5th, 6th, 7th, 8th:  Students must have a passing grade in Reading, Mathematics, Language, Science and Social Studies and a 78% or higher final grade in either Mathematics or Reading in order to be considered for promotion.  The final average is determined by adding the grades for the first and second semester together / divided by two. 

End of Course (EOC) Testing

In 2005, the Louisiana Department of Education initiated an End-of-Course (EOC) assessment program to support consistent and rigorous standards in key high school courses. 

 

Beginning in the 2010-2011 school year and beyond, all incoming freshman must PASS three (3) EOC tests in the following categories to earn a standard diploma. 

(a) English II or English III

(b) Algebra 1 or Geometry; and

(c) Biology or American History. 

The EOC grade WILL BE the Final Exam grade for student.

 

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Central School Corporation admits students of any race, color, nationality and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of it's educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and the athletic or other school administered programs.