- Student Schedule Release Information
- Schedule Change Policy
- Acceptable Reasons for A Schedule Change
- Unacceptable Reasons for a Schedule Change
- Schedule Change Request Form
Student schedules will be officially released on August 23rd and will be viewable on StudentVUE accounts. Schedules can also be picked up in person from the IHS counseling office on and after 8/23. All schedules viewed prior to this date are inaccurate. Please wait until official schedules are released before communicating errors.
Our registration process for the 2019-20 school year was completed in the spring. Our courses are established and staff assignments have been determined based on these requests. Students were provided the opportunity to review and adjust their course selections during our one on one conferences in March/April and they were allowed to make any adjustments up until June of the 2018-19 school year. Choices made by students during registration are considered to be final by June. However, some changes may be made on a limited basis.
Any needed or requested changes need to be communicated through the Schedule Change Request Form found below.
Once student schedules are released on August 23rd it may be necessary for students to consider schedule change requests after they have reviewed their assigned schedule. Please click on the button below to review a PDF copy of our IHS official schedule change policy to help guide you as you consider a schedule change.
Choices made by students during registration are considered to be final by June. However, some changes may be made on a limited basis due to the following reasons:
Corrections needed to meet graduation requirements
Level changes which require approval from teacher, counselor, and parent/guardian.
Running Start schedule adjustments
Duplicate Classes / Obvious Errors / Open Periods
IEP / ELL Placement Issues
Adjustment based on courses taken over the summer
TA / Peer Coach requests which require approval from teacher
Any schedule change that does not meet these criteria will still be reviewed for the benefit of the master schedule. Other exceptions are subject to administrative approval. Counselors may need to make adjustments to individual schedules to balance class sizes.
Schedule changes will be immediately denied based on the following:
Rearranging course order
Attempts to align schedules with friends
Requesting a specific lunch
IHS counselors have worked diligently to balance class sizes for the 2019-20 school year. Any schedule change requests that overload or cause an imbalance in class sizes will not be considered.
On Monday, August 26th, students will be able to access the schedule change request form. Schedule changes requested through email will not be honored. Below is the process for submitting your request:
Step 1 - Complete the google form for schedule change requests by clicking on the link below:Schedule Change Request Form
Step 2 - Fill out the form with as much detail as possible and be sure to click “submit”.
Step 3 - Wait for counselor review. Counselors will only consider requests from their assigned students. Students should expect to receive a response from their individual counselor within three business days.
Please note, the link for schedule change requests will only be open until Friday, August 30th.
On the first day of school, counselors will be available for students who have any open periods or any obvious errors on their schedules.
Important Dates and Reminders
August 22nd - New Student Registration - 1pm at IHS Library
August 23rd - Student schedules go live on StudentVUE
August 26th-30th - Students may request schedule changes (Reference schedule change information above)
August 29th - Freshmen & New-to-Inglemoor Parent Night - 6:30pm at IHS
September 4th - LINK Day - First day of school for Freshmen and students new to IHS
September 5th - First day of school for all students
September 5th - Schedule corrections
- Personal/social issues.
- Graduation requirements.
- Credit retrieval options.
- Outside resources.
- College guidance.
- Attendance issues
- SBAC questions
- SAT/ACT questions
- Substance abuse issues
- Study strategies