Admin

Schedule Changes

Schedule change requests have gone electronic this year!  You will log in to your school Google account and submit the forms below if you need a schedule change.  

The forms open and begin accepting responses Monday, August 14th at 2:30PM.  
The deadline to submit any and all schedule change requests is Friday, August 18th at 2:30PM.

For elective schedule changes, please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/E48qCFe2E0iArljJ3 and complete the form.  You must be signed in to your school Google account.  Please choose carefully as you will only be able to submit the form once.

For core class schedule changes, please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/dqYgiFfV791dRXVi1 and complete the form.  You must be signed in to your school Google account.  Please choose carefully as you will only be able to submit the form once.  Core class changes may require parent contact, parent approval in writing, or administrative approval. 

Course change requests made after the

deadline date will only be allowed due to:

Incorrect course sequence

Duplicate course

Blank period on schedule

Course prerequisite not met

Credit already received for course

Course needed for graduation

 

Schedule change requests that cannot be

granted are the following:

Desire for a different instructor or lunch period

Credit for course not needed

Signed up for night school, FLVS or college

class

Desire to raise GPA

Did not request elective

Earning a failing grade in a course

 

High School Grade Forgiveness

Under state policy, students who earn a grade of D or F in a class may retake that course or a similar course to improve their grade. The higher grade (C or better), will replace the D or F in the GPA. However, the original grade will remain on the transcript.

Grade Forgiveness for Middle School Students taking High School Courses

Middle school students who participate in high school credit courses have the option of retaking the course for a higher grade if they have earned a C or lower in the class. The higher grade (C or better), will replace the C, D or F in the GPA. However, the original grade will remain on the transcript.

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