If there are AP students in the same class as standard level students, can we calculate their GPAs differently?

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Sometimes, students can "opt in" to take the class at a higher level, such as AP, while still being in a class with other students who are taking the class at a standard level. Through the “Enrollment Level” field on the students' Class Enrollment records, different students can take the same class for different levels of credit.

The "Enrollment Level" value can be adjusted on the General tab of a student's Class Enrollment record.

These levels can also be taken into account when calculating GPAs. For example, the appropriate "bumps" can be applied to the GPA based on the student's enrollment level. To set this up, a custom GPA is required. Please submit a ticket through Veracross Support if you would like to add additional enrollment levels and GPAs.