We are proud of our students' achievements, the instruction provided by our teachers, and the many educational programs offered to our community. We believe that our exemplary educational system is a result of the collaborative efforts of parents, students, school, and community. Together we are improving the quality of life and learning for all.
Cedar Springs Public Schools uses the Michigan Department of Education Grade Level Content Expectations (GLCEs) and High School Content Expectations (HSCEs) to provide instruction for our students.
Academic Integrity means taking ownership of your own learning. It is expected that students will do
their own work and to be honest. Cheating or plagiarizing does not hold true to the standard of
academic integrity. Examples of cheating or plagiarism include but are not limited to:
copying another student’s answers or work
using unauthorized notes on tests and/or quizzes
submitting work done by another as your own
doing assignments for someone else
giving answers to someone else
changing answers after test and/or quiz review
gaining unfair advantage by looking at another student’s test/quiz or soliciting help during a test/quiz
Note: The result of academic dishonesty could be a loss of credit and possible disciplinary action by the
Use this document to plan and organize your high school education classes by year.
Grading Scale Grade Point Average (GPS) will be determined using a 4.00 scale
Core classes and exploratory classes will be given equal weight when determining GPA.
There are two honor rolls where students may receive academic recognition: an “all A” honor roll and a
“3.0 grade point average” honor roll.
Any student who receives an “E”, “D” or a “no credit” will be excluded from either honor roll listing.
Any grade of “incomplete” will keep a student off the honor roll until the incomplete is removed and the
grades are recalculated.
An overall grade of “A+” will not be issued to any student.
Student responsibility is a valuable trait at Cedar Springs High School. Getting jobs completed and
turned in on time is a habit that colleges and employers expect. We do understand that students
sometimes need extra time to get an assignment or project completed accurately and turned in to the
teacher. A student can turn in an assignment to any teacher in the building up to seven days late and still
receive at least 60% credit. Special permission from the teacher is necessary.