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What is the B-Average Policy?

According to Regulation 3355.10, p. 13, "an enrolled student shall maintain a cumulative B-average at the end of each school year in order to remain a student in good standing at TJHSST."

For more details, refer to Regulation 3355.10, page 13.

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What are the different ways that I can meet the Economics and Personal Finance (EPF) graduation requirement that currently exists for the Class of 2015 and beyond?

There are currently five ways that a student can fulfill this diploma requirement:

  1. Students may sign up for Math in Finance and Economic Theory as classes to be taken during the regular school day for the regular school year.
  2. Students may take Economics & Personal Finance via FCPS Online Campus for Summer School.
    1. Note – there is a fee associated with doing so andmore specific information regarding summerschool will be posted to http://www.tjhsst.edu/curriculum/summer/ as it becomes available.
  3. Students in grades 9-11 may sign up for the full‐credit Economics & Personal Finance class via the FCPS Online campus during the regular seven period school day or as an 8 th course outside the school day. 12th graders must take all of their diploma requirements during the seven period school day.
    1. Note – there is a fee associated with taking an 8 th course. Please see your counselor with specific questions.

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