The archdiocesan report card is the official vehicle to report student academic progress, non-academic progress, work habits, and behavior to parents/guardians. Each quarter or trimester, schools should issue the report card to students in first through eighth grades.Several times a year, high schools issue report cards or other forms of progress reports. In most schools, parents/guardians can access grades online 24 hours a day, as explained in the parent/student handbook. If this method is not available and a student is in danger of failing, high schools will notify parents/guardians in advance in sufficient time to develop strategies for remediation.
Ordinarily parents/guardians may receive their child's report card independent of tuition payment. For circumstances when records may be withheld, please see
Withholding of Records.