• 2023-24 Forecasting Information

    Course forecasting and scheduling for the 2023-24 school year is quickly upon us! As with most things again this year, there are some changes to our process to help streamline student forecast data entry and counselor review.  

    We encourage you to be a part of your student’s course planning and take this opportunity to discuss their 4-year graduation and post-graduation plans. Your students will receive resources including information about prerequisites, graduation requirements and International Baccalaureate in the PDF Course Guide and in our Interactive Course Guide.

    8th Grade Forecasting Information

    8th grade students will get forecasting information through their middle school counselors and teachers. Students will complete their forecasting on the Course Request tab on StudentVue. Following this, counselors will connect directly with students in person and check selections. 

    1. Please see this Presentation  and Video for information about middle school transition and support with forecasting. 

    2. Use this Forecasting Planner and watch the Planner Video for more support

    3. Go to Student Vue, then click on the Course Request Tab to enter your course selections. Watch this Tutorial and use this help guide

    Help Sessions: Support offered for students and families to help complete the forecasting form or other questions that are not covered in the course guide or presentation.

    Session 1 - January 18, 10:00-11:00am

    Session 2 - January 18, 4:30-5:30pm

    Frequently Asked Questions - Padlet

  • 9th - 11th Grade Forecasting Information

    Please review this information carefully. It is highly recommended that you also review your student’s graduation requirements with them before making course selections. You can check a student's progress to graduation on StudentVue by selecting Course History.


    Grades 9-11 will receive forecasting information from counselors the week of January 30.


    All Students are encouraged to attend the Forecasting Fair on Wednesday Feb 1.

    9th grade students will have a presentation in their academy classes on Thursday or Friday, Feb 2nd and 3rd. 

    10th grade presentation will start at 12:15pm on Tuesday, January 31st, during 7th period. Students will be released from their class to the auditorium.

    11th grade presentation will begin at 9:54am on Tuesday, January 31st, during 6th period. Students will be released from their class to the auditorium.


    Step 1: Students are encouraged to complete their Forecasting Planner using the Course Guide to help. Students will be given a paper copy during their forecasting presentation in the auditorium. Please follow all instructions on the Forecasting Planner. Planners are only used to assist students in STEP 2.


    9th Grade Forecast Planner & 9th Grade Presentation

    10th Grade Forecast Planner & 10th Grade Presentation

    11th Grade Forecast Planner & 11th Grade Presentation


    CTE/ART Elective Information


    Step 2: Once you have completed the Forecast Planner, students are ready to complete forecasting on their Student-Vue account. Using the COURSE REQUEST tab, students will be able to complete their online forecasting.


    Video Tutorial for students: 

    PDF Help Sheet


    Step 3: Counselors will review all online course requests and meet individually with students to ensure that the forecasted classes align to the student's 4-year graduation plan. Students should have completed their online course requests before counselors plan to meet with them in the following weeks:

    9th grade - Week of 2/21 - 2/24

    10th grade - Week of 2/27 - 3/2

    11th grade - Week of 2/13 - 2/17


    Thank you for your support as we try to implement new systems to better serve our students. Forecasting can be an exciting time and we hope you enjoy looking through the amazing course options we offer at Cleveland High School.


    Any questions or concerns about forecasting, please contact your counselor or Danielle Cota.