Registration

Registration 2018-19

Updated 14 January 2018

Have registration questions? If you have registration questions, contact your counselor. There numbers are listed below.

  • Ms. Holden: 425-4433, mholden@sowashco.org A-Da

  • Ms. Olson Eddicus: 425-4434, jolson3@sowashco.org De-H
  • Ms. Fesler: 425-4431, nfesler@sowashco.org I-Mon

  • Ms. Dornfeld 425-4413, kdornfel@sowashco.org Moo - Sc
  • Mr. Young: 425-4432, eyoung@sowashco.org Sd-Z
  • Counseling and Career Office: 425-4430
  • Counselors will be available to students who have questions about registration during their math class on both January 25 and 26th. Course cards will be collected in preparation for registration on January 25 in math class.Students will officially enter their courses in the computer lab on January 30 through February 1 in their math class. After students have registered, families will be invited to log into Parent Portal to review their student’s course selection.

Registration Materials

Students receive Registration materials for the 2018-19 school year during their December 14 Advisory. We encourage all families to review this material together over winter break. We also encourage all students and families to access the Program of Studies (see link below) when discussing course selection. The Program of Studies includes important information such as graduation requirements, math and science pathways, and post-secondary admissions requirements. Though students only register for one year at a time, we also encourage all students to tentatively plan their future course selections as well. The 4-year course planning worksheet is a tool to be used to help in that planning process. View the information distributed to students using the links below.

Please download the correct 4-year course planning worksheet and course card for the grade you will be in during the 2018-19 school year:

Program of Studies (POS)

The Program of Studies is a handbook for students and parents. It lists graduation requirements and describe the courses offered in all deparments. This handbook is published each year to include any changes to graduation requirements from federal, state, or district rules.