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|Poly's Culture of Academic Achievement|
Poly Prep fosters a culture where academic achievement is honored and celebrated. As part of the process of recognizing students who excel in the classroom and beyond, Poly maintains two honor societies. Membership in these societies is selective and confers great honor on those achieve it.
Honor Society Overview
Students carrying at least five courses in a semester are eligible for honors or credits. An extra point is added for each full-year AP course. For honors, a minimum average of 7.5 on Poly's ten-point scale and no grade below a B are necessary. For credits, a minimum average of 6.25 and no grade below a B are necessary.
Cum Laude Society
In 1908, Poly became the fourth school to join this prestigious national scholastic honor society, which numbers over 250 member schools today. Each year, the society elects approximately fifteen percent of the senior class to membership. Strong academic performance, as measured by grades and a student's academic standing, is the overriding criterion for selection. Students must also exemplify the ideals of the Cum Laude Society.
The oldest student organization at Poly Prep, this student honor society recognizes leadership and accomplishment that benefit our school, aiming to promote school spirit and service to the school community. Oasis Society comprises juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding participation in school activities and are thereby eligible for election by their fellow classmates. Oasis Society inducts selected students twice a year.
Poly also offers students a wide-array of academic awards in the Middle School and Upper Schools to recognize and celebrate student achievement.
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