Fall Registration


    Fall Registration 2020

    Registration packets are mailed home in advance of registration. At registration, return signed Student Verification forms and all blue sheets.  The registration process will go much more quickly if you fill out the forms at home!

    At registration, students receive their course schedule, have school/id photos taken, and pay fees/contributions. Students who are unable to attend their designated registration session can take care of all registration items on the first day of school.

    The line for registration begins in front of the main office. Here are the steps for registration:

    • Step 1: Pick up your schedule.
    • Step 2: Pay fees and return all blue sheets from the packet you received in the mail, including signed Student Verification Form.
    • Step 3: Photos (yearbook and student ID) in room 143.

    Registration will be open during the hours and days listed below; please come any time during the window that corresponds to the student's grade.  Be sure to come ready to have your yearbook photo taken and send cash, check, or credit card with students attending without a parent. All new students will have appointments with counselors during Senior, Junior, Sophmores adn Freshmen registration.

    Note: Locker assignments and a final course schedule will be given out on the first day of school. Schedules are subject to change.

    If you are unable to attend your scheduled registration time and date, there will be a make-up registration for grades 10-12. See schedule listed below.

    If you are unable to pay at registration, you will be able to pay fees and contributions online after Fall Registration.

  • Registration Dates

    Senior Registration
    Monday, August 24, 12:30pm-3:30pm

    Junior Registration
    Tuesday, August 25, 8:30am-11:45am

    Sophomore Registration
    Tuesday, August 25, 12:30pm-3:45pm

    Freshman Registration
    Wednesday, August 26, 12pm-3:30pm

    Make-Up Registration For Grades 10-12
    Wednesday, August 26, 9:00am-11:00am

    Students unable to attend registration can take care of all registration items from 7:30am-3:00pm on the first day of school.



    Class schedules will be distributed at Fall Registration. They will also be available on Synergy after registration.  If there are changes to be made to the schedule (a hole in the schedule or you took the class online, etc.), come to the main office to fill out a schedule change form. This form will go to the counselors and they will do their best to make changes before school starts. On the first day of school, we issue fresh schedules to all students to reflect any changes that may have occurred between registration and the first day of school.


    Supply Lists

    All students should bring the following items on the first day of school:

    Three-ring binder
    College-ruled paper
    Pens and pencils
    Water Bottle
    Chromebook (suggested)

    Teachers will provide additional supply lists once classes begin.


    Costs and Contributions

    Costs are based on students' schedules, which are available at the designated registration times/dates.  Parents do not have to attend registration. However, some come for the payment part of registration.

    Online Costs and Contributions Payment

    Once you have your student’s course schedule (see above) you will be able to pay at registration or online with a visa or master card. Don’t forget to join PTA and Boosters and make a donation to Foundation!


    Explanation of  Costs and Contributions

    What Are Costs and Contributions?

    Costs and contributions include voluntary contributions and required costs (such as for athletic participation, workbooks and supplies for some classes, etc.). Also on the list of Costs and Contributions are optional memberships (PTA, Boosters) and additional items such as Yearbook, ASB sticker, and Grad Night for Seniors.

    Why Are There Costs and Contributions?

    Voluntary  Contributions: The operational budget for the school does not cover all the costs of our academic programs, electives and extracurricular activities. We rely on your support. Classroom and extracurricular activities for students are greatly enhanced by parent contributions to help provide supplies and equipment. Some  courses have supply fees; while these are voluntary, they are necessary to purchase essential classroom supplies. Your suggested contribution is based on the courses your student is enrolled in.

    Required costs can be waived or reduced for eligible students—no student will be denied access to PPS programs based on ability to pay. See the bookkeeper for more information.

    Examples of how fees are used: Math XL online, art supplies, software, world language workbooks, guest speakers, lab and classroom supplies and consumables, field trips and competitions.


    2019 Costs and Contributions

    *These fees are voluntary and may be tax deductible; consult your tax preparer

    Extra-Curricular Fees

    PIL Athletics

    Required fee is $205 with a cap of $410 per student/$820 per family. Club sports require separate fees and are not included in PIL cap.

    Speech & Debate


    Fees for PIL athletics and Speech & Debate are $35 for students receiving free and reduced lunch benefits.


    Curriculum Support and Supplies

    American Sign Language


    German 1-8


    AP Capstone




    Art: AP Studio


    Life Skills


    Art: Advanced Illustration




    Art: Advanced




    Art: Draw/Paint/Print


    Mindful Studies


    Art: Photography (all levels)


    Nutrition and Wellness




    P.E. (including Weight-Training and Yoga electives)




    PSAT (Juniors only)




    Science Classes




    Social Studies




    Sound Engineering




    Spanish 1-8


    Economics, AP


    Spanish, AP


    Emergency Medical Services/Teen CERT


    Wilderness First Aid/Sports Med






    French 1-8



    French, AP




    Optional Items

    $75 and no refunds after 12/15/19)


    Associated Student Body
    (free admission to home games and homecoming dance)




    Principal’s Discretionary Fund
    Wilson facilities, equipment, and programs are in need of additional resources. Your donations will help reach a critical financial mass and let our principal choose where the greatest need is.