Divide your class rank by the number of students in your grade, multiply by 100, then subtract that number from 100.

For example, if there are 600 students in your grade and you are ranked 120th, then you are in the 80th percentile because (120/600)*100=20, and 100-20=80.

You are also in the top 20% of your class.

## How do I find my class rank on Powerschool?

To calculate the Class Rank:

Log into the appropriate school. Navigate to Start Page > School > Class Rank. Choose “Recalculation Frequency.” Choose an option from the drop-down “Recalculate current class ranks.”

## How do you calculate top 10 percent of your class?

Schools calculate a student’s class rank by taking their GPA and assessing it in relation to individuals from the same graduating class. If your grade has 100 students, and your GPA is better than 90 of them, then you are ranked number 10 and you’re in the top 10 percent of your graduating class.

## What is a class rank reporting?

The Class Rank report calculates a student’s class rank that is based on historical (transcripted) grades. Class rank is calculated from the score group and GPA value used in that group. It does not consider any grades that have not been posted to students’ transcripts.

## How do I find my class rank on Infinite Campus?

**Generate the Class Rank Report**

- Select which Grade should appear in the report.
- Enter an Enrollment Effective Date in mmddyyyy format or by clicking the calendar icon and selecting a date.
- Select the desired GPA Calculation.
- Select the desired GPA Calculation Type.