Student Schedule

Understanding your schedule

  • Periods 1 - 8 (attendance class): This is the schedule you follow. 

    • Periods 1 - 8 are the teachers you attend; the teachers are taking your attendance.
    • Periods 1 - 8 correspond with our bell schedule (scroll down).
    • You will not have all periods 1 - 8 (that would be a long day). 
    • Morning schedule: Periods 1 - 4 (typically) 
    • Afternoon schedule: Periods 3 - 6. 
    • Evening schedule: Periods 5 - 8.  

    Periods 10+: List of all recommended classes for you to complete this year. 

    • Use this list to help you manage your time.
    • Use this list to remember all the classes you need to graduate (or complete this year).


    If you have any questions, don't worry – you can ask your counselor, advisor, or your teachers for help. They're here to explain things if you need them!


    Here is an example of what a schedule might look like:


Example Schedule
  • Using the above schedule:

    • The student is on campus during periods 5 - 8. 
    • Taking two classes with B. Blue (English 7 and English 8). 
    • One class with S. Gunn (Government).
    • One class with B. Gervais (Chemistry).
    • One class with Kaller (Algebra 4).
    • The student has one additional course (Economics with K. Roberts), which is not on their schedule because there is no attendance period with K. Roberts. 

  • When does school start?

  • Can I do school online?

  • How do I get my schedule?

  • Where do I go on the first day?

Bell Schedule

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