Grades 6-12 Student Schedules

Dear Students and Families,

We are pleased to announce that student academic schedules for the 2016-17 school year are now available to view on PupilPath.

Incoming 6th Grade, 9th Grade and 10th Grade families, you will receive a registration letter with a unique code before the start of school that will enable you to register and see your child’s schedule prior to September 8th. You will not be able to register until you receive this letter from us.


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Although many factors contribute to how student academic programs are constructed, our Programming / Guidance Teams work very hard to ensure that all students have an optimal schedule that ensures they are both on track with graduation requirements and that they are engaged in appropriately challenging course work that meets their individual needs.

If you are a student in Grades 10-12, you may request a change to your schedule via a form that will be distributed to you in your first period class on Thursday, September 8th. All schedule change request forms must be submitted by the end of the school day on September 9th for review by our Programming and Guidance Teams. Forms should be submitted in the box located outside of the Guidance Suite (room 245) that will be labeled “Program Change Requests.”

No Program Change Request forms will be accepted after September 9th.

Please do not send email requests for programming changes as only the above procedure and form submission will be considered a valid request.

If our Programming / Guidance Team is able to honor a student’s program change request, the student will receive a new schedule from their first period teacher no later than September 14th. Students will not be permitted to visit the Guidance Office for program change requests during the school day unless they are called to the guidance office, or receive a pass from a counselor for a scheduled meeting.