14 HOBART HIGH SCHOOL
counts will be rated as Freshmen; those who have earned 19 counts but not 36 will be rated as Sophomores; and those who have earned 36 counts but not 54 will be rated as Juniors.
School officials under the supervision of the experts at the Education Department, have spent a great deal of time and pains in working out a Course of Study and in determining what subjects should be studied by various students during the different years of their High School work. The result of these findings is embodied in our Course of Study and cannot be ignored. Students must take the subjects assigned to the year's work they are doing.
The minimum passing mark in all examinations is as follows:
a. In preliminary subjects except spelling ... 75 p. c.
Spelling ... 80 p. c.
b. In all academic papers for credit toward academic credentials, written by pupils who have given the required time to the study in recognized academic schools ... 65 p. c.
c. In commercial subjects when applied toward a commercial diploma ... 75 p. c.
d. In all academic papers written by pupils who have given the required time to the study, but not in recognized academic schools ... 75 p. c.
e. In all academic papers written by pupils in recognized High Schools who have not given the required time to the study, at the discretion of the Commissioner of Education and when claimed by the principal of the school ... 75 p. c.
f. In all papers, wherever written, for which credit is claimed toward qualifying certificates ... 75 p. c.
Report cards showing standing of each pupil in all subjects will be submitted to parents at the end of the each month. Parents are earnestly requested to sign such reports prompty and see that they are returned to their respective teachers.
ADMISSION TO EXAMINATIONS
Admission to Regents examinations held in January and June in academic schools will be in accordance with Regents Rules as follows:
The 1925 Almedian - South Kortright Central School Yearbooks - SKCS 1925 Almedian