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The St. Monica Catholic School Report Cards

February 18, 2014

As mentioned in one of our previous posts on the new Report Cards initiative, today we are sharing one of the custom-built private templates. If you like the way it looks, feel free to chat in anytime and we can enable it in your account and help set it up just the way you like.


One of our fabulous schools, St. Monica Catholic School in Converse, TX, has a cool quarterly grading system with conduct grades shown alongside the regular academic marks, as well as a section for end-of-semester exams. Check out the report card below – it’s an example of how a Quarter 3 report card might look.

St. Monica Report Cars

This report card was built from several customizations to our public Quarterly Classic report card template. Here’s a great, big thank-you to St. Monica Catholic School for the fantastic design,  and to Rick, our awesome chat agent, for building it!

The report card is designed to show subject abbreviations, semester grades, and all subject comments for the year-to-date. It’s a tidy and concise presentation for a lot of information. The template also supports reporting lots more info, including…

  • Standard Attendance

  • Principal Comments

  • Signature section for Homeroom Teacher, Principal, and Parents

  • Additional Student Identification information

  • Weighted GPA calculations

  • Hiding Semester sections (for Progress Reports)

  • Default & Custom Grading Scales

If this style report card looks like it might be helpful for your report cards, please feel free to chat in any time and request it! We’d be thrilled to help you get your Report Card templates all set up.

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