Learning at OISKL is comprised of a rigorous, balanced curriculum based on the American model. Courses are rooted in content standards and skills-based activities designed to encourage students to think critically, demonstrate creativity, and challenge them academically.
Purpose of Grading
The purpose of grading is to describe how well each unique student has achieved specific learning expectations based on evidence gathered from an assignment, assessment, or other demonstrations of learning. Grades are intended to inform parents, students, and others about learning successes and to guide improvements when needed, rather than to compare students with one another.
Though grade distribution may vary by grade level and class, a typical grade distribution may look like this:
For Additional Information on pursuance of accreditation, academic standards, and skills based focused take a look at the links below.
Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges
American Education Reaches Out
The College Board
Framework for 21st Century Learning
National Educational Technology Standards - ISTE