Project: Student Grading System using PHP/MySQL
The Student Grading System is a PHP/MySQL project that will help a certain secondary school manage the record grades record of their students. The system stores the grades per subject and grade level of each student per periodic grading. The student final grade for each subject will be automatically calculated and labeled the status if either the student passed or failed the subject. The system was minimally based on the process of storing and managing the student records in one of the secondary public schools. The flow of this grading is first, the system admin will create a new academic school year and select the current school year. Then, the system admin or staff user will populate the required list for creating the student grades record, which is the list of the grade level, curriculum or program, subjects, and the student list. When adding a new student, the student's unique Learner Reference Number is required along with their details and the student's previous school attended records. The academic record feature in this system is where the system users store or manage the grades of a student per school year. On this page, the input fields that can be found in the form for the entry of this feature are the fields that are commonly found or required in a student grade card for primary and secondary schools in the Philippines.
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