Course Registration

If Student Lives in the IHS service area:


New students who do not need a waiver may contact Becky Goodman (info on right) for a registration packet and next registration date available.

WAIVERS - If student lives in a different service area, in-district or out-of-district:

  • Students who do not live in the IHS service area need a waiver which must be obtained from your home district office and processed through the Northshore School District office.
  • The school district will process waivers on a rolling basis. If you are accepted, IHS will contact you and send out a registration packet with information on the next registration date available.  
  • Students interested in the IB program may complete the IB Statement of Interest after they apply for a waiver. Visit the IB section of the IHS website for more information.

All students new to IHS must be able to present proof of residency, proof of age, unofficial transcript, and immunizations (see details in registration packet).

Registration Dates for 2019 - 2020

Class of 2022 (incoming freshman)

Attention Class of 2022!

Class of 2022 (Current 8th grade students) will receive registration materials during science class at NMS on March 4th & 5th and at KMS on March 7th & 8th. Inglemoor High School counselors will be on campus to assist with course selection. The Course Description Catalog will be available on the IHS website, click on Counseling and Career Center under Quick Links. Graduation requirements for Class of 2022 are in the catalog.

Parent Night for Class of 2022:

There will be a Class of 2022 Parent Night on March 14th at 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Inglemoor High School gym. Parents and students are invited to learn about course offerings, graduation requirements, and look around the Inglemoor campus. Teachers will be offering information sessions from each department. Counselors, IB coordinators, Special Education, and ELL staff will be available to answer questions.

Parent Drop-In Times for Class of 2022: 

IHS Counselors will be available for Middle School parents to drop in and ask individual questions about courses and graduation requirements on February 25th - March 1 from 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 - 3:00 p.m, in the IHS Counseling and Career Center. Students turn in their completed and signed forms during science class on March 20th at KMS and NMS. District waivers must be in place before courses can be entered.

9th Graders or Class of 2022

Registration for current 9th Graders

February 14th - Freshman Presentations & Registration

February 15th - Counselors available for all day drop in registration (for students who missed, etc)

February 25th - March 1st - Counselors available for questions, parent meetings and information sessions regarding WaNIC and Running Start

10th Graders or Class of 2021

Registration for current 10th Graders

February 8th - Sophomore Presentations & Registration

February 15th - Counselors available for all day drop in registration (for students who missed, etc)

February 25th - March 1st - Counselors available for questions, parent meetings and information sessions regarding WaNIC and Running Start

11th Graders or Class of 2020

Registration for current 11th Graders

February 7th - Junior Presentations & Registration

February 15th - Counselors available for all day drop in registration (for students who missed, etc)

February 25th - March 1st - Counselors available for questions, parent meetings and information sessions regarding WaNIC and Running Start

Course Catalog

The course contains most of the information you need to know about our class offerings and the scheduling process. If you have any questions along the way, our school staff will be happy to assist you.

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View Inglemoor Course Description Catalog

CTE & WaNIC

The Career and College Readiness program offers a wide variety of courses and programs for all students. Each Career and College Readiness course meets occupational education credit requirements.

Career & College Readiness Program

Schedule Changes

Choices made by students during registration are considered to be final. Offered courses and school staffing are based on the decisions students make during the registration process. However, schedule changes may be made on a limited basis for the following reasons:

  • A graduation requirement must be added
  • A student does not have the skills to continue in a year-long class
  • Administrative withdrawal is requested
  • Incomplete schedule
  • Duplicate classes/obvious errors
  • IEP/ELL placement issues

Any schedule change that does not meet these criteria is subject to administrative approval.

Questions?

Registrar
Lori Dougherty
425-408-7218
Counseling Secretary

Becky Goodman
425-408-7219
rgoodman@nsd.org