Report cards are issued following the end of each block/semester. Official and unofficial High School transcripts are available upon written request to the High School Registrar. Please contact the High School Registrar for specific information regarding transcripts.
Report cards and progress notes will only display courses and grades taken at ISOK. ISOK does not assign or issue grades for coursework completed through a Career Tech program or college/university. Information regarding the student’s progress in those courses must be obtained from the Career Tech or college/university. Transcripts will reflect grades as reported to ISOK by the Career Tech or college/university. Counselors will verify ongoing attendance with the career tech center or college/university. If a counselor is unable to obtain such verification, students will be asked to provide evidence of ongoing attendance.
Report cards and progress reports are emailed to the Parent/Legal Guardian’s personal email account. It is the Parent/Legal Guardian’s responsibility to notify the staff of any changes to your email address during the school year. We will send the report cards to the most current email address listed. Also, remember that student’s grades for each course are available through the course homepage 24 hours a day and are the most current and dependable method of viewing your student’s grades.
Class Rank and Honor Roll Determination
Class rank is determined by rank ordering the cumulative grade point average of all students within a grade level. Weights are not applied for GPA calculations. The following values are assigned to semester grades in each course:
A = 4
B = 3
C = 2
D = 1
F = 0
Students earning a semester grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible for the Honor Roll.
Appeal of Assignment Grades and Final Semester Grades
Students and Learning Coaches may appeal a student’s final grade or the school’s decision to award credit for a course up to 30 days after the end of a block/semester. Appeals will not be considered later than 30 days after the end of a block/semester. To begin an appeal, contact the principal.
Should a dispute over an assignment grade arise, the student or Learning Coach should first contact the teacher. If the issue is not resolved within 3 business days, the student or Learning Coach should contact the principal.