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What's your school's highest GPA?

Mountain DewMountain Dew - Posts: 359 Member
edited April 2006 in High School Life
Someone in my school has a 4.95 GPA.

My GPA is going to be around 4.3 by the end of this year.
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Replies to: What's your school's highest GPA?

  • Spectrum303Spectrum303 - Posts: 728 Member
    when people say gpa, they mean me.
    i'm perfect

    no actually i am beyond perfection
  • lablondielablondie Registered User Posts: 5,014 Senior Member
    Spectrum lies.
  • shiba411shiba411 Registered User Posts: 407 Member
    My best friend has a 5.0 (valedictorian).
  • oliveroliver Registered User Posts: 368 Member
    lol 4.0 == perfect.
  • Spectrum303Spectrum303 - Posts: 728 Member
    lablondie wrote:
    Spectrum lies.
    self-esteem down the drain
  • lablondielablondie Registered User Posts: 5,014 Senior Member
    Which is fine, because I'm sure your self-esteem is still higher than it should be.
  • gxinggxing Registered User Posts: 1,915 Senior Member
    the highest GPA possible at my school is a 6.059. But nobody has ever broken 6.0 I'm almost positive. I go to a highly competitive asian populated public school in NJ, but the valedictorian of the class of 2003 (ironically a white guy) had a 5.8 something not to mention perfect SAT score. Nobody else has gotten close.
  • Spectrum303Spectrum303 - Posts: 728 Member
    My eyes beheld a sky one night,
    It seems so long ago,
    A perfectly painted portrait,
    Be-speckled with blue and gold.

    As I sit and ponder more,
    It strikes me that you were there,
    And it was truly your simple beauty,
    That gave the stars their perfect glare.

    -plagiarized by me.
    -dedicated to my ego, which left me a suicidal note at 11:52 PM
  • rheasilviarheasilvia Registered User Posts: 235 Junior Member
    How's it possible to have such a weird decimally-looking number as your highest GPA, gxing?
  • XCchick44XCchick44 Registered User Posts: 1,009 Senior Member
    4.0....aps aren't weighted :(
  • hotpiece101hotpiece101 Registered User Posts: 4,042 Senior Member
    at my school the highest is a 5.05, at least that is what the val had this year.
  • cowgirlatheartcowgirlatheart Registered User Posts: 855 Member
    Last year the top academic award (for my grade) went to a girl who's average was 96.7% (100 point scale... no weighted/unweighted).

    I have heard rumors though, of some junior this year who has a 99 average...

    Edit: One of my friends got the school board record for the most credits that any student has ever had in the city... he can technically graduate twice because of all the extracurricular music he's taken (choir, jazz choir, band, jazz band, jazz combo + full IB + french challenge). Oh, and the best part... he still managed to have a spare period this semester!
  • theoneotheoneo Registered User Posts: 6,934 Senior Member
    The highest in my grade will be 4.80 or so. I have like a 4.76. :\
  • StrikeX2StrikeX2 Registered User Posts: 130 Junior Member
    "at my school the highest is a 5.05, at least that is what the val had this year."

    i'm curious, how does that work out?? does ur school have extra weighted classes or something?

    anyways #1 ranked at our school is 4.9 i believe.
  • jackson17jackson17 Registered User Posts: 1,160 Senior Member
    I might actually have one of the highest.....like a 4.2. I'm sure this one really smart sophomore has a higher GPA than me. No one can really tell because of our lack of AP courses and such. It changes all the time. Basically, my school is just not competitive.
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