The Graham School does not give traditional A-B-C-D-F grades, nor do we utilize traditional report cards. Instead, The Graham School uses narratives, gateways, and other methods designed to evaluate whether a student has mastered the core concepts of our curriculum
The Graham School issues interim, semester and end-of-the-year evaluations that are founded on students meeting expectations within a class or partner placement. These evaluations are reported in two parts; a student’s progress based on a scale of expectations, and a thorough narrative describing what and how the student is performing in each course.
Our evaluative structure measures expectations based on the following scale: