• Course Request (formally Forecasting)

    What is Course Request?

    Each school year, students make their course requests for the classes they would like to take the following school year. The course request process is extremely important.

    Counselors will present information to students and then meet with students one-on-one to go over their choices. Students should discuss their choices with their teachers, parents, and counselor.


    On Line Course Request will be here for the 2019-2020 school year!  SOON!

    For 10th, 11th & 12th Grades only

    Counselors presentation:  coming soon!

    PLEASE watch this presentation before using the online course request on your student VUE. Click Here

    You will login to your Student VUE account, then click on Course Request at the left of your screen.

    PLEASE watch the video before you start to put in your course requests.  Many of your questions should be answered, if not please contact your counselor. Watch Video Here.

    Trainings are going to be happening during finals week.

  • Course Request for 2019-2020

    Have questions about your Course Requests for 2019-2020?

    Please contact your counselor or the Counseling office.

    Course Requests for 2019-2020 begin on February 6, 2019!

    February 6, 2019:                Freshman

    February 6, 2019:                Juniors

    February 6, 2019:                Sophomores



  • Click here to start your course requests for 2019-2020.

    Please note that the ability to do course requests in Student VUE will not go live until February 6, 2019 and will close March 1, 2019.



    Course Request Forms & Documents:

    You can find all of the forms and documents you will need for making your Course Requests at the left of this page under Course Guides & Documents.

    (Please note if the Documents & Forms you are looking for are not here at this time check back later to view them)


    If you do not find what you are looking for in regards to Course Requests, please email April Martin at amartin2@pps.net.