Scheduling

Please click on the following link to access courses that are offered at Marysville High School
 
 
Important Scheduling Dates
 
High school is the educational "road map" to your future.  Select courses that take you to your destination.  Think about where you want to be after High School - work, military, college, etc.  Set goals; use this guide as a learning tool. 

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Current high school students get course recommendations from teachers of courses that end 1st      semester.

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Current high school students will receive all scheduling materials, a brief orientation, and have time to begin working on their course choices.

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Current high school students get course recommendations from teachers that they have 2nd semester.

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Computer Browser Window is open for current high school students to enter their course requests.

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8th grade students will receive all scheduling materials in team meetings at the Middle School.

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Orientation for 8th graders and Parents at 7:00-8:00PM in the HS Auditorium.  8th grade gifted meeting 8:00PM

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Post-Secondary Enrollment Option overview 8:00PM (College while in High School—PSEO) in the HS Auditorium (for grades 8-11).

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Computer browser window open for current 8th grade students to enter their course requests.

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Current high school students will receive printout of course requests (Verification Form) for accuracy check.

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2:30PM deadline for current high school students to report Verification Form inaccuracies to your    Guidance Counselor and get new verification form.

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Current high school students return request course verification form in homeroom.  Parental signature required.  Forms must have 8 Alternate Classes listed in order of preference.

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8th grade students will receive printout of course requests (Verification Form) for accuracy check.

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2:45PM deadline for 8th grade students to report Verification Form inaccuracies to their high school guidance counselor.  A new verification form will be sent back to the student via the 8th grade guidance counselor.

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8th grade students return course verification form in homeroom.  Parent signature required.  Forms must have 8 alternate classes listed.

 
Consider the following when selecting courses:
 
Interest - What you like
Ability - Can you do it
Effort - How much are you willing to do
Realism - Do your current grades/effort support your choice
Teachers - Ask them to guide you
Graduation - Do you have what you need to graduate
 
Repeat Credit
 
A student may apply to repeat a course(s) for a better grade up to 3 times under the following guidelines:
  • A NEW grade replaces previous grade in calculating GPA
  • Credit will be granted only once for the course repeated
  • Student failure of a previously passed class will not result in loss of credit, but the F will be averaged into GPA
  • Request a "Repeat Credit Form", fill it out, and return it to your counselor
A student not meeting behavioral and academic expectations will be removed from the course.
 
Class Audit Policy
 
A student may audit a course providing:
  • There is space available in the class after the first day of school
  • You have obtained written approval from the Principal.  The Principal may consult with the teacher before making the decision on whether or not to approve the audit.
  • All assignments, including tests and quizzes are completed
  • Exemplary behavior is displayed at all times
  • No grade or credit associated with an audit
  • Application must be completed and submitted to the Guidance Office by the 10th day the class meets (5th in Block classes)
  • The student's schedule will state "Teacher's Aide"
Athletic Eligibility
 
In order to be eligible to participate in athletics, high school students (grades 9-12) must be enrolled in a member school (includes options mentioned in "Educational Options", section 107.7 of the Parent Student Handbook) and must have received passing grades in a minimum of five periods of classes the  nine weeks prior to your sport.  These five periods cannot include the following 0.25 credit courses:  Physical Education, Strength Conditioning, Fitness and Sport, and 9th grade Men's and Women's Chorus.  However, if tow of these 0.25 credit courses are taken, they would count as one of the five required periods of classes.  The minimum requirement for elegibility is a 1.5 GPA.  For additional information on eligibility, see also the MHS Athletic handbook and the MHS Course Planning Book.  Please see the Athletic Director, your Coach, or Counselor if you have any questions.
 
NCAA Clearinghouse & Athletic Scholarship/Eligibility
 
Any student-athlete who is interested in information on the NCAA Clearinghouse and/or wants to file with the NCAA Clearinghouse, should go online to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net to get information or to apply.  To be eligible to receive a cholarship from and/or be eligible for practice or participation in intercollegiate competition at the NCAA Division I or II institution, a student-athlete must graduate from high school and meet the list of academic requirements.
 
Athletic participation at the Division III level is based only upon admission to the College or University.  If you are accepted as a student by the Division III institution, you are eligible for practice and competition.
 
To be eligible to receive a scholarship from and/or be elegible for intercollegiate competition at a NAIA Institution, a student-athlete must meet any two of the following criteria:
  • Attain a composite score of at least 18 on the ACT or an SAT score of 860.  **The ACT and SAT schores must be on a single test.  The best scores from more than one test cannot be combined as they can in determining NCAA eligibility.
  • Attain an overall 2.0 GPA for ALL COURSES taken in High School
  • Graduate in the top one-half of your senior class
If you are interested in a Junior College or 2-Year College, you need to talk with them about that institution's specific requirements.  Normally, the only requirement is that you have a valid high school diploma.
 
 

Attention Senior Athletes New NAIA Eligibility Center

If you  are being actively recruited by an NAIA college/university, you should register with the NAIA.  Please go to http://playnaia.org to register.

Registration for students for the U.S. is $60.  This is a one-time nonrefundable registration fee, and all services of the NAIA Eligibility Center are included.  The registration fee will be waived for students with demonstrated need.  If you receive a fee waiver for the ACT or SAT test or qualify for the federal free or reduced-cost lunch program, contact your high school counselor, who can provide confirmation of your eligibility for a fee waiver to the NAIA Eligibility Center

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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