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Honor Roll and Honors Celebrations

Elementary and Middle School

Both Face-to-Face and Virtual Program students in First through Eighth-Grade shall be eligible for Honor Roll or Principals’ Honor Roll when the criteria established in the Student Handbook is met.

For the purposes of any year-end honors celebrations in First through Eighth-Grade, students in the Virtual Program will participate in the ceremonies at their home school.  For school-based awards such as “highest overall average” or “highest average in Math,” virtual learners and face-to-face learners will be compared to each other based on their designated home school.

High School

Students in Ninth through Twelfth-grade are ranked within their home school.  Virtual and face-to-face students from the same school will be competing against each other for rank and honorary distinctions such as Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition. Since the Virtual Program is a program, not a school, there is no separate honors structure in place for the program.

For the purposes of any year-end honors celebrations in Ninth through Twelfth-grade, students in the Virtual Program will participate in the ceremonies at their home school.  For school-based awards such as “highest Grade Point Average” or “highest average in Ninth-Grade Literature,” virtual learners and face-to-face learners will be compared to each other based on their designated home school.