All students will be scheduled during the spring term for the following school year. Counselors will meet with the students in class groups to discuss scheduling procedures and options available to the students. Students will be provided an assigned time to meet individually with their grade level counselor to assess the student’s needs and to plan a course of study for the next school year. Students will be provided a course description guide and the appropriate schedule forms to take home and discuss with their parents the options available to best meet their needs.
The parent and student should read everything in the course description guide (found in the Locker on this page) and register for eight credits. In addition, all students must write in four subjects in the alternative course section. Do not register for courses designated for students above your grade level. Do not select courses in which you are now enrolled and think you may fail. The counselor will make required subject changes due to failure. The courses selected will be your commitment for the full school year.
Schedule changes will be permissible through June 8, 2012.
There will be no schedule changes after June 8, 2012 unless an exception is made for the following reasons:
- The course prerequisite has not been met.
- The student is a senior who needs a certain course to graduate.
- A clerical error has resulted in the student being placed in the wrong class.
- Verified health reasons exist for a student not to take a class.
- Circumstances warrant administrative review.
- The student has previously passed a class in which he/she is scheduled.
Both parent and student will sign the completed schedule forms and return these to his/her counselor within the designated time frame. Failure of the student to return the schedule will result in a schedule being assigned by the school.