Division 1 – Takashi Gould (Ann Arbor Skyline) – email@example.com
Division 2 – Steve Long (Otsego) – firstname.lastname@example.org
XC Certificate Template
(TEST PRINT ON A BLANK SHEET BEFORE PRINTING TO A REAL CERTIFICATE !!!)
Academic All State Awards are based on a 4.0 grading scale and submitted to 3 decimal places (ie 3.985).
If your school uses weighted grades for AP or other courses, then it is the responsibility of the coach or person submitting to convert the grades (BY HAND IF NECESSARY) to a 4.0 Scale.
Taking a GPA of 4.234 and simply truncating it to 4.000 is NOT an acceptable conversion.
If a student has earned a “B+” … in ANY class … EVER … he/she does NOT have a 4.0 GPA for the purposes of Academic All State Awards. A 4.000 means that a student has earned ALL “A” grades, EVERY semester so far.
An “A” in an Advanced Placement class is worth 4.000. An “A” in a college-dual-enrollment class is worth 4.00. An “A” in Sub-Remedial-Basket-Weaving-For-Dummies is worth 4.000.
ANY grade of “A” = 4.000 … regardless of the class.
ANY grade of “B” = 3.000 … regardless of the class.
ANY grade of “C” = 2.000 … regardless of the class.
ANY grade of “D” = 1.000 … regardless of the class.
You may need to go through each grade in the student’s transcript and total them up and calculate the average. Submissions that are made incorrectly will not be considered.
2017 Track & Field Academic All State
2016 Cross Country Academic All State
2016 Track & Field Academic All State
2015 Cross Country Academic All State
2015 Track & Field Academic All State
2014 Cross Country Academic All State
2013 Cross Country Academic All-State:
- Individual AAS Winners
(For privacy reasons, GPA’s are not listed for individual student-athletes)
- Team AAS Winners
2012 Track and Field Academic All-State:
2012 Cross Country Academic All-State: