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A+ Information



One of the most important educational goals facing all Missouri schools is to reach out to students who may or may not be headed to college.

 The A+ Schools Program focuses on the total school effort to educate and graduate ALL students. Teachers must develop course performance standards to guide instruction for each class he/she teaches. Students will have to accomplish these performance standards for graduation. All students will select a course of study related to a career path reflecting their interests and abilities. The career path will be a guide toward the requirements needed to meet expectations for future employment.



. Graduate from high school

.   Complete studies which are challenging and have clear learning expectations

.   Continue education to a college, technical school, or a high-wage job with the necessary work place skills.



 Students who graduate from a designated A+ high school may qualify for a state-paid financial incentive to attend any public community college or career/technical school in Missouri if the students successfully meet the A+ Schools Programs requirements.



 To be eligible, a student must enter into a written A+ agreement with the school district and meet the following criteris:

 . Complete the standards for graduation

 . Maintain a cumulative 95% attendance rate for four years

 . Maintain a cumulative 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale

 . Complete 50 hours of district-supervised tutoring

 . Maintain a record of good citizenship and avoid the unlawful use of drugs

 . If applicable, register with Selective Service

 . Make a good faith effort to secure other federal funding opportunities (i.e., complete the FAFSA form)

Freshman are encouraged to register for the A+ Schools Program. Each fall there will be an informational meeting for students/parents.

 Please direct any questions to Mr. Randy Glenn A+ Coordinator  660-834-4415 or rglenn@pilotgrove.k12.mo.us