In order to schedule students effectively, the following guidelines will be used.
- All students in grades 9-12 must be enrolled in six (6) courses per semester.
- Students need permission from the counselor to take a dual credit course.
- Students desiring to take more than 6 classes must have approval from administration and/or counselor.
- Courses with too few students registered may not be offered.
- Adjustments to a schedule after the registration process will be made ONLY to balance classes, resolve conflicts, and meet requirements.
- To meet graduation requirements, seniors will have first priority in course selection.
- Parental signature is required on all registration forms .
Students should give their course-planning careful consideration and should check with parents, teachers, administration and the school counselor if they have questions.
Click here for the freshman registration page
Click here for the sophomore registration page
Click here for the junior registration page
Click here for the senior registration page
Click here for requirements for Regent’s Scholar and Opportunity Scholarship
Click here at access Ms. Stevens’s webpage
Click here for information regarding dual credit courses
High School Graduation Requirements
(1.) Four units of Language Arts – must include:
a. Writing – 1.5 units
b. Literature – 1.5 units
c. Speech or Debate – .5 unit
d. Language Arts elective – .5 unit
(2.) Three units of Mathematics – must include:
a. Algebra I – 1 unit
b. *Algebra II – 1 unit
c. *Geometry – 1 unit
(3.) Three units of Lab Science – must include:
a. Biology – 1 unit
b. Any Physical Science – 1 unit
c. *Chemistry or Physics – 1 unit
(4.) Three units of Social Studies – must include:
a. U.S. History – 1 unit
b. U.S. Government – .5 unit
c. World History – .5 unit
d. Geography – .5 unit
(5.) One unit of the following-any combination:
a. Approved Career & Technical Education
b. Capstone Experience or Service Learning
c. World Language
(6.) One unit of Fine Arts
(7.) One-half unit of Personal Finance or Economics
(8.) One-half unit of Physical Education
(9.) One-half unit of Health or Health Integration
Required Courses at W-W
Freshman: Algebra 1, World History/Geography, English 9, Freshman Academy, Physical Science
Sophomore: Biology, English 10, Speech, Personal Finance, Health & Physical Education
Junior: American History, English 11
Senior: Government, English 12