for averages of 90.0% and above. Each quarter, the names of the students on the Honor Rolls are posted in the Main Hallway. Any student on the Honor Roll four consecutive quarters is awarded the Honor Letter “E” at the annual Awards Convocation held each Fall. A failed semester exam voids a student’s Honor Letter status.
Scholarship: Nothing truly worthwhile can be accomplished in life without adequate time and effort being devoted to it. Every student should have goals. These should be his own growth spiritually, intellectually and physically. Intellectual development can only be achieved with a spirit of true scholarship on the part of the student. True scholarship means that the student takes a real interest in learning and then organizes his daily life in such a way as to make this learning possible.
Advanced Placement Courses: Students enrolled in Advanced Placement (AP) courses must take the appropriate AP Exam in May.
Students who have difficulty in a subject should request assistance as soon as the difficulty appears. The teacher’s help should be sought as well as that of one’s friends and family, if possible. Tutoring by upperclassmen is also available by contacting the guidance office.