The following grade scale shows how letter grades translate into points calculated on students’ transcripts towards their Grade Point Average (GPA). Williamsburg Academy is fully accredited by Cognia* and The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC).
Cognia accredits over 32,000 public and private schools in the U.S. and over 71 countries. ACS WASC provides assistance to over 5,000 schools worldwide, primarily in California, Hawaii, Guam, Asia, the Pacific Region, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.
For more information, visit our accreditation page.
*Note: Cognia was formerly AdvancedEd.
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High School Honors Courses
High school honors courses are offered in a 4.5 GPA scale instead of the standard 4.0 GPA scale. This ensures that student GPAs accurately reflect the difficulty of courses taken. To calculate the GPA of letter grades in high school honors courses, simply add 0.5 to the GPA value.
Parents and students may access transcripts through Student Information Services. Students click on My Transcript. Parents click on My Students, then the name of the student, then Transcript.
View or print this page for an unofficial transcript, or click on Order Official Transcript to have one mailed, emailed or faxed to you or a specified recipient. Transcripts are $5 per copy. We respond to requests for transcripts and other records within 3 business days.
- The credit must be earned in a regionally accredited school for grades 9-12
- The transfer credit must meet the academic standards of Williamsburg
- The transfer credit will be evaluated as to whether or not it satisfies one of Williamsburg’s graduation requirements. If not, it will be listed as an elective credit
- Transcripts from other schools should be sent to the Registrar’s office via email, fax, or postal mail
Williamsburg Academy’s School Code for the ACT and SAT is 450067.