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What is your teens GPA

My DS 16 is 3.2 just wondering how other teens are doing in school.

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Asked by dillonsma at 10:47 AM on Nov. 6, 2009 in Teens (13-17)

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  • 3.7 and hanging on to that barely. Too overstressed about it if you ask me. He is also 16

    Answer by Anonymous at 10:49 AM on Nov. 6, 2009

  • freshman year - they just finished mid-terms... so first offical grade point average in high school is........................ 92.6

    Answer by Anonymous at 12:44 PM on Nov. 6, 2009

  • ds (sophmore in hs) has a gpa of 3.4
    dd (freshman in hs) has a gpa of 3.5

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:51 PM on Nov. 6, 2009

  • My sons are both seniors and one has a 3.56 cumulative GPA and the other has a 3.28 cumulative GPA. They finished the 1st quarter of the 12th grade with a 3.65 and a 3.4 GPA's.

    Answer by tracylynnr67 at 8:27 PM on Nov. 6, 2009

  • My son's is 2.8, it would be a lot higher if he would turn in his homework. It has been as high as 3.35.

    Answer by tyfry7496 at 10:24 PM on Nov. 6, 2009

  • ok im not gonna brag or boast no i dont have an honor student lol he has a GPA of around 2.6-2.8 hes a JR, and more into sports than grades any idea on how i can get him to devote more time to school work?

    Answer by luckyblueeyeris at 5:49 PM on Nov. 7, 2009

  • My 17 year old has a 2.5- he's much smarter than what shows on paper but he does just enough to get by. He's a very lazy child! He scored a 4 and 5 on his Fcats last year which shows he CAN do it- he just doesn't apply his self to classwork.

    My 13 year old has a 4.0- he's very much into school work and is taking extra classes.

    It's hard to believe how different they are.

    Answer by BrendaMomOf3 at 2:18 AM on Nov. 8, 2009

  • My senior--3.67
    My twins (freshmen)--3.75 and 3.30

    Answer by mama10johnsons at 7:03 PM on Nov. 9, 2009

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