High School GPA
The High School GPA Calculator easily helps you calculate your GPA for all of your regular, honors, and college level high school classes. A weighted gpa calculator takes into count honors and college credit classes when calculating your gpa. This is completely mobile friendly, and can help you easily calculate your GPA right in the palm of your hand.
Your GPA is calculated adding the point value of each grade; A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, and F = 0. By adding up these point values, and dividing by the number of classes you can easily calculate your weighted GPA, or you can take the easy route and use our weighted gpa calculator. Honors classes get an extra 0.5 points for As, Bs and Cs, and college level classes get an extra 1 point for As, Bs, and Cs. For honors and college level classes there is no extra GPA credit for Ds or Fs.
- Grading (education) - Information on about GPA & grading from Wikipedia.
- GPA Calculator - Back2College.com gpa calculator.
- Understanding Grade Point Average (GPA) - Frederick County Public Schools document detailing how to calculate a high school gpa, and what the difference is between a weighted and unweighted cumulative gpa.