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Final Exam Schedule and Information | Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy

The 2015-2016 School Year at Milwaukee Collegiate Academy will soon be coming to a close. Before the Semester ends, we wanted to inform you and your scholar of some vital information regarding the end of the second semester. Below you will find a calendar outlining the Finals Week Schedule for June 7th-10th:*

All students will have the option of taking a sack lunch as they exit the building during early release days.

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*All students will have the option of taking a sack lunch as they exit the building during early release days.

Your student’s Semester 2 grade is calculated using weighted grades. This means that 45% of their Semester 2 grade is determined by their Quarter 3 grade, 45% from their Quarter 4 grade, and 10% from the Semester 2 Final Exam grade.

Unless a student qualifies to exempt a final exam, students are required to be in school at the beginning of each day until the completion of their last exam. Students who are absent or come late to school will be required to stay after the bell to make up their exam(s) during testing week. Any student absent on Friday, June 10th, will be required to make-up their exam on Monday, June 13th starting at 9am. This is the only day students will be able to make up missed exams from Friday the 10th. Lastly, many of your child’s final exams can cover material from the beginning of the school year until the end of Semester 2. This makes the task of studying for final exams much more challenging than studying for a typical unit or quarter assessment.

Exam Exemption Information

Lastly, many of your child’s final exams can cover material from the beginning of the school year until the end of Semester 2. This makes the task of studying for final exams much more challenging than studying for a typical unit or quarter assessment. Students should spread out their studying for these exams rather than try to “cram” studying into the day of or day prior to their test. Thus, please help encourage your child to begin his/her preparation as soon as possible.

For more information please call our office at (414) 873-4014.

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