DANG those online report cards.
Nowadays we have access 24/7 to our teens’ grades and GPA scores. And I’ve gotta tell ya, it’s a little stressful.
I kinda liked not knowing about my kids’ grade offenses until those quarterly progress reports came out. Call me irresponsible (go ahead, do it).
I’d rather just stick my head in the sand sometimes.
But of course, as a college planning coach and former teacher, I know a few things about encouraging good grades from my girls.
And they were acutely aware from the very first day of high school that every grade they received would count toward the infamous Grade Point Average.
(No pressure, daughters.)
Over the years I’ve learned some effective ways to help students improve those GPA scores.
I hope these tips will help to guide your teen in an upward direction, too!