Scranton High School

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Class Rank (Weighted) 

All subjects evaluated with numerical grades are included for ranking purpose.   Honors classes(5%) and advanced placement classes(8%) are weighted in determining class rank.
 

Curriculum Information

Scranton High School recognizes individual differences in its students.  In an effort to increase student interest and success, some classes are assembled on the basis of ability and achievement.  Courses may be selected from one or the following programs:

Advanced Placement (AP) -Courses are offered in U.S. History, Chemistry, English Composition and Literature, European History and Calculus.Courses are offered in U.S. History, Chemistry, English Composition and Literature, European History and Calculus. The courses are designed to prepare students for the AP examinations and accelerated college courses.


Honors (H)- Student selection for this program is based upon ability, standardized test scores, past grades, and teacher evaluations of creativity, interest and initiative.

Regular- This program serves students with diverse academic skills and goals.

Developmental- This program meets the goals of students who function below grade level in courses of the standard curriculum.  Full credit is awarded for successful completion of developmental courses.