Entering historical grades may be necessary if you’re transitioning to Quickschools. We have import tools to make this easier for you. Our import tools allow you to import data from an excel file.
The following data should already be in the system before you enter historical grades:
Here we discuss the final 2 steps to enter historical grades:
- Import subject enrollments
- Import grades
1. IMPORT SUBJECT ENROLLMENT
See Import Subject Enrollment for detailed instructions.
Turning on this feature enables it for admin users. Should you need a non-admin user to have an access, please send us an email at email@example.com.
2. IMPORT GRADES
There are two ways to import grades to the system:
- Import per gradebook
- Import for multiple gradebooks (beta)
Import Per Gradebook
You can populate a gradebook with multiple columns at once using our Import tool. The columns represent entries like assignment, quizzes, exams, etc. Once enabled, this feature is available for all teachers. See Gradebook Import for instructions.
Import for Multiple Gradebooks (beta)
This tool allows you to import grades for multiple subjects at once. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need access to this importer.
For schools who just need to show final grades for Transcripts, they may do so by importing solely the student final grades. The final grade automatically appears in the student Report Cards, as well as Transcripts.
Please note that this procedure is only applicable for subject grade marks. This does not apply on subjects that use subject criteria to grade students.
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