Weighted High School GPA Calculator

Get Your Weighted And Unweighted GPA In Just A Few Minutes!
This quick and easy online GPA calculator computes both weighted and unweighted high school grade point averages (GPA). Weighted includes any classes that receive extra points, such as, Honors and AP classes. Unweighted refers to all regular classes.

Enter your class name, weight, grade, and credits. Press Calculate GPA. Repeat.



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High School Grade Report
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How To Use The Calculator

Figuring out your high school GPA can be confusing, but with this fast online calculator, it’s a breeze! For most schools, there are regular and weighted classes. A typical 4.0 GPA scale ranges from 0.0 for an F to 4.0 for an A. Schools grade each regular class on this scale and use the grades to calculate the student’s unweighted GPA. However, there are classes considered more difficult and thus they carry more weight and are usually on a weighted high school GPA scale. These accelerated courses are available as college prep or to gifted students. The most common are Honors, Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB).

Find your GPA within minutes with these quick 5 steps:

1. Describe Your Class
2. Add Your Class Weight
3. Add Your Letter Grade
4. Add Your Class Credits
5. Calculate Your GPA

1. Describe Your Class

Although optional, customizing your class is a simple way to keep track of your entries into the online GPA calculator. The class description is automatically filled in, but you may modify it. If you decide to change it, type in a title that helps to identify the class, such as, the name of the high school course i.e. Algebra, English, etc. These titles will then show up in your High School Grade Report. Now, let’s move on to adding your class weight.

2. Add Your Class Weight

You can add both weighted and unweighted high school classes. Your weighted classes receive extra points on the GPA scale, such as, Honors and AP classes. Unweighted classes are regular and do not carry any extra points. If you have taken a weighted class, select Honors, AP, or IB. However if all of your classes are regular and unweighted, choose Regular. The next piece of the puzzle, adding your letter grade.

3. Add Your Letter Grade

You can select your current letter grade or experiment with a grade estimate to figure out your GPA. To get your grade, you can ask your teacher, as most are happy to give you your grade before the final report card. However, for the grades you cannot confirm, you can estimate and choose a grade. Grades can range from A+ to an F on the 4.0 Scale. Now you’re ready for your final entry, class credits.

4. Add Your Class Credits

The class credit value determines how much a course counts toward your GPA. If you know your current class credits, select it, however if you need help figuring it out, you may want to refer to your class syllabus or use the average number which is 1. If you are midway through the year, you could use a fraction of the total class credits. For example, the first quarter of a 1 credit class would be .25 credits, second quarter .5 credits and so on. Finally, you’ve made it to the fun part, calculation!

5. Calculate Your GPA

Now that you have entered all of your class information, it's time to calculate your GPA. Press the Add Class button and WA-LAH! Repeat steps 1 through 5 until you have added all of your classes. Your High School Grade Report will show your weighted and unweighted grade point averages.

The Weighted High School GPA Calculator helps you figure out your GPA quickly and easily. Once you have entered the information for each class, it takes just minutes to find out your weighted and unweighted grade point averages. Follow these steps and you’re well on your way to creating your very own report card!