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Course Registration for 2019-2020

Registration Guides and Forms distributed mid-January.

Ask your social studies teacher when counselors are coming to your class.

 2019-20 Registration Guide

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Click the image at the left to download the 104-page registration guide for the 2019-20 school year.

 Follow These Steps to Register for Classes

  1. Refer to pages 3 and 4 for information pertaining to all graduation requirements and degree
  2. Each student will receive a Registration Guide for family consideration and will have access to a course description and registration guide online.
  3. Each student must complete registration through PowerSchool for the 2018-2019 school year. Students at Overland will complete a computer registration process to input course requests in January/February. Students at Prairie will meet with counselors and complete registration during the month of January/February.
  4. Ninth graders must enroll in a minimum of 7.5 credits. Blazer 101 will be added to your schedule and count as your 8th class during first semester. Tenth graders must enroll in a minimum of 7.0 classes. Eleventh graders must enroll in a minimum of 6.0 classes. Twelfth graders must enroll in a minimum of 5.0 classes. All students are required to take four core classes each semester. (Overland High School will develop a master schedule of courses based upon pre-registration requests.)
  5. Choose your courses and alternate courses carefully as schedule change opportunities are very limited. It is expected that students will take the courses they request.

 2016-17 Registration Guide

2015-2016 Course Guide Cover.
Click the image at the left to download the 74-page registration guide for the 2016-17 school year.

 2017-18 Registration Guide

2015-2016 Course Guide Cover.
Click the image at the left to download the 82-page registration guide for the 2017-18 school year.

 2018-19 Registration Guide

Course Guide Cover
Click the image at the left to download the 85-page registration guide for the 2018-19 school year.

Registration Process

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Need Help?

Registration Guides/Forms
Holly Crittenden
IST Main Office

Core Course Recommendations
student's current core teacher

Electives & Other Questions
student's counselor
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