Students are expected to give careful consideration to the courses chosen during the Course Selection Process. When a student selects a course, he/she is making a “reservation” that drives the creation of the Master Class Schedule. Changing a course request or withdrawing from a course may adversely affect section planning, class sizes, and course enrollment. A request may be rejected if the deadline for changes or withdrawals has passed, a section is filled, sections become grossly imbalanced, or the course is required for graduation.
Creating a master schedule to meet all of the academic needs of the student population is done through the following scheduling priority process:
Teacher recommendations and student elective request data is entered into the Realtime scheduling module.
Realtime scheduling module will assign all students their required core courses in English, mathematics, social studies, science, and world language.
Realtime scheduling module will assign electives based upon student grade level starting with grade 12, grade 11, grade 10, grade 9.
Physical education classes, senior study halls are assigned.