- Promotion from one scholastic year to the next depends upon the number of subjects passed for the year, the yearly average, attendance, conduct and other stipulations as stated below:
- The minimum passing grade for each subject, the final average for each semester, and for the year is 70 for third and fourth forms and C for second and first forms.
- To pass into a new class, a student may not fail fifteen or more credits for the year. The credit hours assigned to each subject usually but not always reflect the weekly contact time.
- English Language must be passed each year. If a student fails English, Spanish, Mathematics, or Literature with a grade of 66 to 69 for third and fourth forms or D+ for second and first forms, she may take summer school as an extension of second semester. This updated second semester daily grade is then averaged with the exam grade. If the student attains a passing average, she may be promoted. (ONLY applies to students whose exam grades will make it possible to achieve a passing grade in summer school.)
- A student must pass 2 years of Spanish, Mathematics, Literature to meet graduation requirement.
- If by the end of her junior year, a student has not passed one year of Literature, Spanish or Mathematics she cannot be promoted.
- The terms and conditions of summer school promotion are in the summer school section of this handbook.
- If a student fails two semesters, yet passes the year she cannot be promoted.
- In addition to the above requirements, a student must have passed two or more of her majors at the junior and senior levels to be promoted.