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2015-16 Grading Periods

APS schools use six-week, nine-week or trimester grading periods.

  • High schools grades come out every six weeks
  • Middle school students get grades every nine weeks (with progress report at the halfway mark for students at risk of failing)
  • Elementary schools follow a trimester grading schedule

High School Grading Periods

End of 1st 6 Weeks Sept. 23
End of 2nd 6 Weeks Nov. 4
End of 3rd 6 Weeks
End of 1st Semester
Dec. 18
End of 4th 6 Weeks Feb. 19
End of 5th 6 Weeks April 12

End of 6th 6 Weeks
End of 2nd Semester

My 25

Student-led conferences to be determined.

Middle School Grading Periods

Progress Reports Sept. 11
End of 1st 9 Weeks Oct. 15
Student-Led Conferences Oct. 29-30
Progress Reports Nov. 16
End of 2nd 9 Weeks
End of 1st Semester
Dec. 18
Progress Reports Feb. 5
End of 3rd 9 Weeks March 11
Student-Led Conferences Feb. 25-26

Progress Reports

April 22
End of 4th 9 Weeks
End of 2nd Semester
May 25

Elementary School Grading Periods

End of 1st Trimester Nov. 9
Parent Conferences Nov. 23-24
End of 2nd Trimester Feb. 17
Parent Conferences Feb. 25-26
End of 3rd Trimester May 25

Elementary School Grading Periods for Alternative Calendar

End of 1st TrimesterOct. 7
Parent Conferences Oct. 19-20
End of 2nd Trimester Feb. 3
Parent Conferences Feb. 11-12
End of 3rd Trimester May 25


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