General Registration Information
High School Students: See the ROP career specialist or counselor/guidance staff at your high school to register for in-bell schedule classes. For after-bell classes, students will register via CourseStorm on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration opens for each grade level on different dates (12 graders, 11 graders, and 10 & 9 graders). Students receive instant confirmation regarding their registration status, enrolled or waitlisted. They also receive reminders about when their course starts and important class information. Registration is open until the class begins or the waitlist is full.
High School Registration Policies
- Students can enroll using CourseStorm until the day before the class begins. On or after the start date of the class, students should be sent as “walk-ins” and must complete the Google form using the QR code provided by their teacher.
- For classes that meet once a week, students may add up to the second class meeting.
- For classes that meet two or more times per week, students may add up to the third class meeting
- If the student is under the age of 18, the parent/guardian holds the educational rights of that student. Therefore, the student is unable to drop a class without the parent’s permission. This is consistent with the procedures of our partner districts. If you have a student that notifies you that they would like to drop your class, please inform them that their parent needs to send the request to you or to the office.
- Before class starts: Parents/Guardians or a student who is 18 years or older will email firstname.lastname@example.org to be dropped from a course before the start date.
- After class starts: Parents/Guardians or a student who is 18 years or older will email email@example.com to be dropped from a course after the start date. Student services will inform the teacher, career specialist, and student information specialist. The student information specialist will remove the student from the roster and a PNL will be sent out.
- Students have until the 7th week to drop a course with no grade penalty. After the 7th week, a W/F will be reported to their home school. Students enrolled in accelerated courses have until 40% of the class to drop without a W/F being reported to their home school.