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Rank in Class

Rank in class, both current and cumulative, is determined by the adjusted quality point average. The quality point average is obtained by dividing the number of quality points earned by the number of credits. To compensate students taking more than five credits, a mathematical adjustment is made when computing this average. Adjustment tables are available in the Academic Office.

Rank in class is an important indicator of academic success for Fr. Judge and for admission to college. When there is a question about enrollment in competitive classes (i.e. AP, Honors, Diocesan Scholar, etc.) the Class Rank will be the primary factor used in making that decision.