Seneca High School administrators had to deal with a computer that wasn’t calculating grade point averages the way it was supposed to. Supt. Jim Carlson says it’s been fixed, but for the first few days of the school year some GPA’s were being figured too high and others too low. The computer wasn’t programmed to deal with weighted grades properly.
A few students’ GPA’s were released to colleges already. Carlson says everyone who needed to be notified of the problem got notice.