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Teachers utilize multiple methods for evaluating student learning. Students demonstrate what they have learned through oral presentation, classroom participation, projects, research and reflection papers, homework assignments, laboratory experiments and testing. Each teacher maintains a classroom calendar, outlining assignments and test dates. Students are given a minimum of two days notice prior to a major test. Under normal circumstances, no more than two test are scheduled for a given day.

Report cards are issued three times per year. Throughout the school year, parents have access to student's progress real-time, through an online grade book portal.

Students take cumulative examinations near the end of each school year. Standards reports based on these examinations are mailed home with the final report card.

Communication with teachers is encouraged. Should there be a need for additional monitoring of a student's progress, arrangements are made through the Guidance Department.