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Student Information - Academic Policy (Awards)

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Academic Awards (Letter)
1. Candidates will be considered on the basis of academic achievement.
2. Candidates must earn at least a 3.800 cumulative grade point average each academic quarter throughout the current school year.
3. All quarter and semester grades must be “A’s” and “B’s”. Any grade below a “B” will disqualify the candidate.
4. Candidates must take a minimum of five classes each quarter to qualify for an Academic Letter.
5. Candidates from another school may arrive at Kubasaki High School and still be considered for an Academic Letter
Presentation of the Award
1. Successful candidates will be qualified for the academic letter in May.
2. Successful candidates will be presented the academic letter during the Kubasaki High School Awards Assembly in May/June.
3. Academic letter awardees of more than one year with Kubasaki High School will also be recognized for achievement by attaching an academic year pin to their letter for each year they qualify for the award.

President’s Award for Educational Excellence
The purpose of this award is to recognize students for their academic excellence. To be eligible for the this award, the student must be a senior and must have an overall high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and score in at least the 85th percentile (as measured by a Standardized Test) in math or reading. The candidate must also demonstrate high motivation, initiative, integrity, intellectual depth, leadership qualities, and/or exceptional judgment.

President’s Award for Educational Improvement
The purpose of this award is to recognize students who show outstanding educational improvement, commitment, or intellectual development in their academic subjects. It is meant to encourage and reward students who work hard and give their best effort in school.

Principal’s Award
Each year, Principal’s Awards are given to deserving juniors and seniors, who, by their actions, have made Kubasaki High School a better experience for all students and staff members.

Athletic Letter Varsity Awards
School Letters are awarded to varsity team members who meet the qualifications in a given sport. Students are awarded one letter during their high school career regardless of the number of times they qualify in the same, or additional, sports: Metal emblems and bars are subsequently awarded for additional years participation. Varsity awards are also awarded to cheerleaders and sport managers based on participation standards developed by each sponsor of a given sport.



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“Believe that you have and you have.”

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The Dragon

picture of the Kubasaki crest  
The SUN at the top of the shield represents the enlightenment that comes from learning; the rays signify the main avenues of learning open to all.

The TORII in the upper left corner represents Japan, the location of our school.

The TORCH in the lower left corner represents the light of learning and understanding.

The ATOMIC SYMBOL in the upper right corner represents the sciences.

The WINGED FOOT in the lower right corner represents the field of physical development and sports.

The LAUREL BRANCHES extending on either side of the crest represent success and victory.

Last Update 15-Apr-2014