Why is my G.P.A. (Grade Point Average) so important? Your G.P.A. is a gauge of your knowledge. The more you apply yourself and study, the better chance you would have to earn a higher G.P.A.
G.P.A. is used on Governor's Scholars Applications, scholarship forms, and by college admission offices. KEES money earned is based on your G.P.A. The higher your G.P.A. the more money you earn; see their website for a sliding scale. Auto insurance companies offer discounts to students with a higher G.P.A. Fraternities and sororities also have G.P.A. requirements before you are eligible to pledge. Don't leave your G.P.A. to chance EARN IT!