Fall 2015 Schedule Change Procedures
Schedule Change Procedures
During registration, students receive a list of the classes in which they are currently enrolled. Sometimes students need to make changes to their schedule. Schedule change ...more
Important Dates - Fall 2015
|Semester Begins||Tuesday, August 25, 2015|
|Last Day to Make Core Class Change||Tues., September 8, 2015|
|Last Day to Make a Class Level Change||Friday, September 18, 2015|
|Last Day to Drop a "non-required" Class||Friday, September 18, 2015|
|First Progress Report Period Ends||Friday, October 2, 2015|
|Second Progress Report Period End||Friday, November 13, 2015|
|Semester Finals||Tues. - Thurs., Jan. 19-21, 2016|
|End of Fall Semester||Thursday, January 21, 2016|
Important Dates - Spring 2016
|Semester Begins||Monday, January 25, 2016|
|Last Day to Make a Core Class Change||Friday, February 5, 2016|
|Last Day to Make a Class Level Change||Friday, February 19, 2016|
|Last Day to Drop a "non-required" Class||Friday, February 19, 2016|
|First Progress Report Ends||Friday, March 4, 2016|
|Second Progress Report Ends||Friday, April 22, 2016|
|Semester Finals||Tues.- Thurs., June 7-9, 2016|
|End of Spring Semester||Thursday, June 9, 2016|
Is Your Senior on Track to Graduate?
Is your “senior” on track to graduate?
To ensure your senior student is on track to earn their high school diploma in June, you may view your child’s current graduation status via the Parent Portal by selecting “Graduation Status” under the “Grades” tab.
The Graduation Status is comprised of five columns. The first and second columns list the subject requirements and maximum number of credits needed per subject to earn a diploma. The third column, “Credit’s completed,” lists the credits your child completed by the end of their junior year. The fourth column lists the credits that your child is currently enrolled in and needs to complete for the fall semester, and the fifth column represents the credits that will need to be completed during your child’s final semester, spring.
By the end of junior year, students should have completed 170 credits to be considered “on track” to earn a diploma. Students who have fewer than 170 credits are considered “at-risk.” Students “at-risk” of earning their diploma will most likely be enrolled in one or more of the following: 6 or 7 classes, the Academic Intervention class or the CUSD Online Credit Recovery Program.
Please note that the Graduation Status reflects graduation requirements only, not college admissions requirements. To ensure that your child is meeting college admission requirements please refer to the “Grades” tab and select “College Entrance Requirements.”
Please be advised that your child must pass all required courses indicated in the fourth and fifth columns under “Graduation Status” in order to earn their diploma and participate in the commencement ceremony on June. We encourage you and your child to monitor grades via School Loop to ensure success. If you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s graduation status or college admissions status, please contact your Academic Advisor.
San Juan Hills High School Guidance Staff