90% of Loudoun's 3,534 June graduates in the class of 2009 reported plans to continue formal education.
These graduates garnered $20,635,763 in scholarship aid to continue their studies.
GRADING SYSTEM AND CLASS RANKGrade
Grade Range GPAA+98-100=4.3A93-97=4.0A-90-92=3.7B+87-89=3.3B83-86=3.0B-80-82=2.7C+77-79=2.3C73-76=2.0C-70-72=1.7D+67-69=1.3D63-66=1.0D-60-62=.7F59 and below=0.0
The grade point average scale is used to determine grade points for a one-year course (one period). A one-semester (one period) course counts one-half of the point value. If a year's course is two or three periods long, the point value is doubled or tripled.
Ranking includes all courses for which credit was earned or could have been earned. Included are Algebra I, French I, Latin I, German I, and Spanish I taught in middle school.
SPECIAL CURRICULUM FEATURES
Certain courses are grouped to meet students' needs through academic challenges appropriate to their abilities.
ACADEMIC: Course content and expected student performance require additional reading and writing at a rigorous level.
HONORS & AP: Course content is rapidly paced with additional depth. Lessons are often designed to be complex, abstract, and open ended.
Advanced Placement Classes: Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science A, Computer Science AB, English Literature and Composition, French Language, German Language, Latin, Physics, Psychology, Spanish Language, Statistics, Studio Art, US Government, US History and World History.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS OF 2005
Subject* Standard* Advanced English44 Math34 Social Studies34 Laboratory Science34 *Foreign Language03-4 (*three of one language or two each of two languages) Health and Physical Education22 Fine/Practical Arts11 Electives61-2 Total Credits Required2224 Students must pass these courses and Virginia Standards of Learning Tests in specific subjects in order to earn diplomas. Details are available in the LCPS Program of Studies 2009-2010.