It’s only been 3 weeks since we discussed grades, but it’s been 9-weeks since we last discussed grades in relation to loss of eligibility for UIL. We are closing out the 2nd quarter of the year and this is when students can both gain AND lose their eligibility.
Continuing the practice I started at PR4, I continued to adjust grades to be in alignment with the campus policies for grade distribution. In the graphs below, the black represents the original (uncurved) grades for the grading period and the orange represents the modified (curved) grades for the grading period.
The first cluster is percentage of A’s, the second cluster is percentage of B’s, the third cluster is percentage of C’s, and the final cluster is percentage of F’s.
At the time of this writing, my current enrollment numbers are as follows:
- Computer Science I – 15 Students (1 Section)
- Principles of Technology – 26 Students (1 Section)
- Robotics & Automation – 18 Students (1 Section)
- Business Information Management I – 84 Students (4 Sections)