The letter grades A, B, C, and D are used as the grading scale. However, three passing grades are used to monitor a student's academic performance and thus, indicate that a student has passed a course:
A = Excellent
B = Average
C = Satisfactory
D = Unsatisfactory or failure.
At the end of 3 months, students whose grades are lower than a "C" will be asked to withdraw.
Current records are kept by the school. Students are advised of their academic standings and furnished records upon request.
Membership in the Harris Barber College family is a privilege which carries with it the responsibility for maintaining a mature level of scholarship and behavior. While in school all students are expected to grow in emotional balance, social responsibilities and wisdom.
When students fall below the minimum standards of conduct, they are subject themselves to dismissal.