LSE Grading Scale

A90-100%                                                                                
B+85-89%
B80-84%
C+75-79%
C70-74%
D+65-69%
D60-64%
FBelow 60%
SSatisfactory
UUnsatisfactory
INCIncomplete

Grading Policy When Dropping a Class

Occasionally students withdraw from a course before the end of the grading period and still remain enrolled at Southeast High School. When this occurs, an alternative grading policy will be used. The LPS policy for assigning grades of W (Withdrew) or F (Failure) is based on when the student withdraws from class.

Semester ClassQuarter ClassGrade Policy
Weeks 1-3Weeks 1-3No record maintained.
Weeks 4-11Weeks 4-5“W” assigned. No credit earned.
Weeks 12-18Weeks 6-9“F” assigned. No credit earned.

The exact dates for the 2022-2023 school year are as follows:

Class Term
Drop DateGrade Assigned
Quarter 1September 7th – September 20th, 2022W
 September 21st – October 14th, 2022F
Quarter 2November 9th – November 22nd, 2022W
 November 23rd – December 22nd, 2022F
Semester 1September 7th – November 2nd, 2022W
 November 3rd – December 22nd, 2022F
Quarter 3January 27th – February 8th, 2023W
 February 9th – March 10th, 2023F
Quarter 4April 11th – April 25th, 2023W
 April 26th – May 25th, 2023F
Semester 2January 27th – March 30th, 2023W
 March 31st – May 25th, 2023F

Request for Change in Course Evaluation (Pass/Fail)

Implications for Academic Honors Recognition and NCAA Core-Curriculum Requirements for Student Athletes

1. Students and parents should be aware that approval of a “Request for Change in Course Evaluation” might have implications for a student’s eligibility for Honor Roll, National Honor Society and academic letters.

2. Be sure that you know and understand these implications before submitting your request.

3. Student-athletes who aspire to an athletic scholarship and eligibility to practice and participate in athletics during the first year of attendance at an NCAA Division I or II college or university are advised that courses for which the pass/fail grading option is elected can be used to satisfy the NCAA core-curriculum requirements. The NCAA will compute a “Satisfactory” grade as the lowest passing grade (D) to determine the Core Course GPA.

4. Talk to your counselor or an Associate Principal if you have questions about these topics.

Pass/Fail Deadlines

The Pass/Fail form for…

  • 1st Semester courses is due November 2nd, 2022
  • 2nd Semester courses is due March 30th, 2023
  • 1st Quarter courses is due September 20th, 2022
  • 2nd Quarter courses is due November 22nd, 2022
  • 3rd Quarter courses is due February 9th, 2023
  • 4th Quarter courses is due April 25th, 2023

Pass/Fail forms should be picked up and returned to the Counseling Center, Room C104.