Principal’s Honor Roll and Honor Roll Criteria
1. The purpose of the honor roll program is to recognize and honor secondary students who have attained outstanding academic success and to provide positive reinforcement that inspires all students to strive even harder and perform at their highest level in all subjects.
2. All schools will implement this honor roll system that recognizes students for high academic achievement at the end of each marking period during the school year. Schools are required to recognize students for performance at two levels: Principal’s Honor Roll and Honor Roll.
3. Students qualifying for each level of honor roll will be identified by the Department of Student Applications based on grades entered on student report cards in secondary schools. The following criteria will be used to identify students at each level:
a. Principal’s Honor Roll: Students with at least a 4.0 GPA with no grade on the report card below a “90”
b. Honor Roll: Students with at least a 3.0 GPA or higher with no grade lower than a “70”.
FDHS 1st Quarter Principal's List and Honor Roll For the 2014-2015 School Year.
You can view the list by downloading the "1st Quarter Honor Roll" attachment below.