Junior High Guidelines


*Homework is due the day and time announced. You will be required to make up any work after it is due. This policy will not be for long-term projects. Teachers will have their own policy for long-term projects.

*Students who have not completed homework assignments will be assigned Teacher Detention during 9th period. If a student does not attend Teacher Detention, the student will be required to stay for Administrative Detention. A student who does not stay for Administrative Detention, will be assigned to the Alternative Learning Center (ALC).

*The Junior High Teachers, Guidance Counselor, and Principal will meet regularly throughout the year to review student progress. If a student is having difficulty in Junior High, he/she will meet with the teachers to develop a plan. In addition, parents may be requested to attend the meeting.


Each student will receive an agenda at the beginning of the school year. This agenda will need to be kept for use the entire school year. If it is lost or damaged, you will need to pay for a replacement.


Any eighth grade student wishing to accelerate in one or more academic areas must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. They must have a final average of 92% or above in the seventh grade course(s) in which they to accelerate.
  2. The final average for seventh grade shall be at least 90%.
  3. Request for permission to accelerate must be approved by parent, student, principal, school counselor and teacher.
  4. The Superintendent will make the final determination as to whether or not a student should be accelerated and notify the parents and student in writing of his/her decision.