Point system lets NJ students pick their prize for classroom success

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NEW JERSEY (PIX11) – A New Jersey company is turning good grades into good business, motivating kids to do well in the classroom by creating incentives for stellar report cards.

Grades4Life lets students input their grades, track their progress and earn points toward rewards of their choosing. Social successes, like anti-bullying, are also rewarded.

Students in K-12 from across the country can sign up for the grade tracker, but must redeem their points at Grades4Life’s locations in Middlesex and Essex counties.

Successful students on Thursday cashed in on their good grades at Rebounderz in Edison, N.J., celebrating in the foam pits, on the trampolines and the basketball court.

Learn more about signing up for Grades4Life, here.