Grades & Proctors
All exam and assignment grades are issued numerically. MSU High School Online does not issue letter grades.
Course assignments will be graded by course instructors in a timely manner (5 - 7 days); however, students should expect a delay in grading times during holidays.
A final numerical grade will be sent to the school upon completion of the course and schools will assign the equivalent letter grade based on their own grading scale.
The Center for Continuing Education will not issue any transcripts. Upon completion of a course, students will receive a completion letter with a numeric grade. Schools will only receive official documentation of the student’s final grade after the course is completed. The school will issue the letter grade and the credit.
All tests taken by students enrolled in the MSU High School Online program must be proctored by an approved proctor and/or at an approved testing facility. The High School Online office must approve proctors before access to a course is granted.
The most acceptable choice for a proctor is the counselor or principal at the student’s school. A relative cannot serve as a proctor.
When a student is ready to take an exam, the exam proctor will contact the High School Online Office via email to obtain a password for the exam.