Section 232.2463, Florida Statutes 2001
**232.2463 High school grading system.**--The grading system and interpretation of letter grades used in public high schools shall be as follows:

(1) Grade "A" equals 90 percent through 100 percent, has a grade point average value of 4, and is defined as "outstanding progress."

(2) Grade "B" equals 80 percent through 89 percent, has a grade point average value of 3, and is defined as "above average progress."

(3) Grade "C" equals 70 percent through 79 percent, has a grade point average value of 2, and is defined as "average progress."

(4) Grade "D" equals 60 percent through 69 percent, has a grade point average value of 1, and is defined as "lowest acceptable progress."

(5) Grade "F" equals zero percent through 59 percent, has a grade point average value of zero, and is defined as "failure."

(6) Grade "I" equals zero percent, has a grade point average value of zero, and is defined as "incomplete."

For the purposes of class ranking, school districts may exercise a weighted grading system.

**History.**--s. 5, ch. 87-329; s. 2, ch. 95-173; s. 9, ch. 97-2; s. 1, ch. 2001-237.