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Grading & Report Cards

Middle and High School Report Cards

For most Jeffco middle and high schools, progress reports are issued at the end of each six-week grading period with a report card issued at the end of each trimester or semester. A student's middle and high school grades can be reviewed on the district's online parent portal.

Parents of high school students may wish to view the Board policy on high school grading for details on weighted classes, class rank and grade point average.

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Grading and Report Cards at Bear Creek

The faculty of Bear Creek High School is committed to creating grades that are primarily based on proficiency by working together to create consistent grade books between teachers of the same subject.

Student’s grades will reflect:

  • A minimum of 60% based on summative assessments, unit exams and quizzes based on content standards. Summative (proficiency-based) grades are defined as follows:
    • A – Mastery (exceeds standards)
    • B – Proficiency (meets standards)
    • C – Partially Proficient (progressing toward meeting standards)
    • D – Partially Proficient (not progressing toward standards)
    • F – Unsatisfactory (no evidence of standards achievement)
  • A maximum of 40% based on formative assignments (class assignments and homework), participation and classroom learning experiences.

Practice work and assignments will be used as an opportunity for teachers to give meaningful feedback to students.

Grades are always available to view online via Infinite Campus. While Bear Creek does not send home physical report cards throughout the year, “final” grades for each semester are generally posted a few days after final exams.