by School News
Posted on March 18, 2020
MAY 21 – MAY 27
On Thursday, May 21, your 2020-2021 schedule will be available for viewing by logging into Student Progress Center and clicking on the the Request tab. Please take the time to view your schedule to check for accuracy. Only Seniors are allowed to have less than 7 scheduled classes.
All students must respond to complete the grade appropriate google verification sheet to finalize your 2020-2021 schedule.
Given the current conditions at this time, there is no August preview day scheduled for the 10th through 12th grade students for the 2020-2021 school year so please check your schedule carefully.
10th, 11th, & 12th grade, this could be your final schedule!
For all new incoming 9th grade students this is your last request for a course change.
If you accept your schedule as it is, please indicate that in the schedule verification form. If you wish to make a change, indicate only the needed changes in the schedule verification form.
The only changes that will be made to your schedule must be indicated in the schedule verification form.
For all 10th and 11th grade students, you must list at least 5 course electives. Refer to the appropriate elective course selection documents to assist in that selection. If you do not list the electives you are interested in taking, your counselor will chose them for you!
Any student signing up for a dual enrolment course MUST COMPLETE THE PAPERWORK AND ONLINE APPLICATION. If this information is not complete, the student will not be place in any dual enrollment classes in the fall. The deadline for applications has been extended to Tuesday, May 26, and we will continue to have a drop box in the main office lobby.
For all new incoming 9th grade students, you are able to choose 2 electives. Just follow the directions on your schedule verification form.
Trust the process. Counselors will review all schedules to ensure that all graduation requirements are being met.
Choose the verification form below for the grade you will be in in the 2020-2021 school year. For example, current 8th graders will be in 9th grade next year!