The averaging system is used in the computation of grades.
|Class Standing Computation
||Project / Recitation
||Attendance / Attitude / Grooming
||50% Class Standing + 50% Prelim Exam
||50% Class Standing + 30% Midterm Exam + 20% Prelim Grade
||50% Class Standing + 30% Final Exam + 20% Midterm Grade
As a matter of policy, the official grading sheet submitted by the teachers in each
of their handled subjects would always be deemed final. If the final grade in the class card
is different form the official grading sheet, the latter duly signed and submitted by the
teacher would prevail.
Unofficially Dropped students (UD) will be marked UD in their final grades when they
failed to drop officially in writing before Midterms.
An Incomplete Grade (Inc.) would be given to a student who lacks several requirements
in a subject. He is given two (2) consecutive semesters to complete the deficiency. Failure
to do so would mean a failing grade of 5.0 (74 and below).
Submission of photocopies of class cards must be done at the end of each semester by
each student to facilitate recording of their grades by the Branch Coordinator to be
submitted to the Registrar. This is specifically important when requesting for any official
school document. The final grades would be subject to verification by the Registrar.
HONORS AND AWARDS
The graduate who would receive the highest honors during the ICC Commencement
Exercises must at least have a general average of 88 or higher with no grade of 3.0 (75)
in any subject.
Top 3 or Top 5 Student Awardees would be chosen from each course depending on their
General Scholastic Excellence.
The Leadership Medal is awarded to an ICC Student Council Officer who exhibited an
exemplary performance as an officer during his term.