Promotion Requirements

Lower School (K5 – 6th Grade)

 

In order to be regularly promoted to the next grade level, students in kindergarten through sixth grade must pass math, language, and reading.  If a student were to earn a failing grade (U or F) as the final average in any of these subjects, the student cannot be regularly promoted to the next grade level.

In addition to passing math, language, and reading, elementary students may not fail more than one core subject as determined by their final average.  Failing two core subjects will prohibit Eagle’s View Academy from promoting the student to the next grade level.  Stanford Achievement Test results may be used to determine whether a student has the aptitude to be admitted as a returning student at Eagle’s View Academy.

 

Middle and Upper School (7th – 12th Grade)  

 

In order to be regularly promoted to the next grade level, students in seventh grade and above must achieve an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher on the final report card.  Anything under a 2.0 GPA (i.e. 1.99) will prohibit Eagle’s View Academy from promoting the student to the next grade level.  Final GPA is based on actual GPA, which may not be rounded.

 

In addition to the GPA requirement, students in all grades must pass math, language, and Bible.  If a student were to earn a failing grade as the final average in any of these subjects, the student cannot be regularly promoted to the next grade level.  Stanford Achievement Test results may be used to determine whether a student has the aptitude to be admitted as a returning student at Eagle’s View Academy.

 

One year of Bible is required for each year a student attends Eagle’s View Academy.  A student who fails Bible may not be accepted as a student at Eagle’s View the following year.

 

All students in grade levels ninth through eleventh must successfully earn a minimum of six credits per year in required course work to be regularly promoted to the next grade level.  A total of twenty-four credits are required to graduate.  In addition, all 9th-12th grade students must complete a total of 48 hours of documented community service (prorated based upon number of semesters attending Eagle’s View Academy) before graduation.  For twelfth grade students, please see graduation requirements.       

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If someone tells you about misconduct, be a LEADER: Listen, Evaluate, Act immediately, Document, Encourage, and Report.

Professional Ethics Standards
In accord with the Florida Ethics in Education Act, all employees of Eagle’s View Academy have a duty to report all suspected or actual cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect; have immunity from liability if they report such cases in good faith and have a duty to comply with child protective investigations. There is a legal penalty for not reporting suspected or alleged child abuse or alleged misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators. The Florida Abuse Hotline is 1.800.962.2873. The EVA contact is the School Administrator’s Office – Josh Sheetz.