The Honor Roll would be as follows for grades 7-12 with the following guidelines:

A. High Honors: All A's in all subjects
B. Honors: B's or better.

If numerical grades are used on report cards, these grades have the following meanings:

99-100 = A+
95-98 = A
93-94 = A-
91-92 = B+
87-90 = B
85-86 = B-
83-84 = C+
79-82 = C
77-78 = C-
75-76 = D+
72-74 = D
70-71 = D-
69 and below, fail = F

In order to be on the honor roll, a student must meet the following criteria:

Honors - all grades must be 85 or better
High Honors - grades in all subjects must be 93 or better.


Appeals of grades may only be made for reasons allowed by law andmust be made within thirty (30) days of the date the grade was issued. Maine law provides that when grades are given for any course of instruction offered by a school, the grade awarded to a student is the grade determined by the teacher of the course and the determination of a student’s grade by that teacher, in the absence of clerical or mechanical mistake, fraud, bad faith or incompetence, is final.

Legal Reference: 20-A MRSA § 4708

ADOPTED: September 1, 1977
REVISED: November 8, 1994
Recoded: June 1998
Reviewed and Approved: March 14, 2006
February 11, 2014