[Cherokee High School]
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Cherokee High School enrolls 2,157 high school students from grades 9-12. It is located in Canton, GA, which is a medium sized city with a predominantly White community and a median household income of $40,361. This school is part of the Cherokee County School District, which also operates 5 other high schools.
The large faculty, including 143 full-time "equivalent" teachers, serves the student body with an average class size of 15.1. The majority of students enrolled are White, making up about eighty percent of all students.
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Class ranking shall be determined by the weighted cumulative average of a graduating senior at the completion of high school graduation requirements.
The weighted cumulative average summarizes each student’s academic performance in high school. The weighted cumulative average is used in determining eligibility for numerous awards, activities and college applications. However, for HOPE Scholarship purposes, only additional points awarded for Advanced Placement courses will be recognized by the Georgia Student Finance Commission. Please see page 10-11 for more information regarding HOPE eligibility.
For the purpose of computing class rank, on their transcript, students will receive the following additional points added to their average for that course, if they receive a passing grade:
Students who successfully complete a course(s) in a post secondary institution through the Dual Enrollment Program (as described in School Board Policy IDCH) shall receive the above bonus points when the college course taken is equivalent to a Honors or Advanced Placement (AP) high school course, as determined by the principal and the Assistant Superintendent for Educational Programs, Student Support and Professional Development.
Credit for High School Courses in Middle School
Students who successfully complete Accelerated Math 1, Spanish or physical science in middle school may elect to receive credit toward their high school graduation requirements. Courses taken for high school credit at the middle school level do not count toward the grade point average requirement for the HOPE Scholarship Program.
HOPE Scholarship Program
In 2004, the Georgia Legislature passed House Bill (HB) 1325, which made several changes to the HOPE Scholarship/Grant Program and provided the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) with greater control of the program, at the expense of local school districts. Beginning with the Class of 2007, HOPE Scholars must graduate from an eligible high school with a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale. Each grade for a student in attempted coursework in core academic areas (English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Foreign Language) must be equated to a grade on a 4.0 scale. Numeric averages will no longer be accepted. High school credit earned in middle school does not count toward the HOPE scholarship.
Grades in coursework classified as “Advanced Placement” or “International Baccalaureate” will be weighted with the addition of a half letter grade by GSFC when calculating the GPA for HOPE Scholarship eligibility. Grades for Honors courses or other special courses will not be weighted.
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