How do I download student grades?

Admins can export current and past grades for all enrolled and unenrolled students in their site.

You can export 3 files for currently enrolled students:

  • Grades for Currently Enrolled Students (By Student/Course)
    Each student will have multiple rows, one for each of their courses from the selected academic year.
  • Grades for Currently Enrolled Students (By Student)
    Each student will have one row, with all of their courses from the selected academic year listed in that row. The course columns listed below will repeat as needed for the number of courses students have.
  • Grades by Specific Date for Currently Enrolled Students (By Student/Course)
    Select a date within this current academic year. This CSV shows grades for enrolled students with separate rows for each assigned course.

You can export files for unenrolled students:

  • Grades for Unenrolled Students (By Student/Course)
    This file shows grades for any unenrolled students who have courses from the selected academic year. Students will appear in this sheet once they are removed from your school roster. Each student will have multiple rows assigned to them. 

  • Grades by Specific Date for Unenrolled Students (By Student/Course)
    Select a date within this current academic year. This CSV shows grades for unenrolled students with separate rows for each assigned course.

To export student grades: 

  1. From the left menu, click Setup
  2. Click Data Downloads
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  3. Select the academic year from the top right 
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  4. Scroll to the file you want and click Generate CSV
  5. After the file is generated, click Download
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You may see a message before the Download button appears. This message is for longer generating times due to the size of the file. You can leave the Data Downloads page and we'll send you a notification in your avatar when the file is ready.

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