Course Registration Resources

Course Registration Resources

Class Registration for 2022-2023

2022/2023 Schedule Conflicts

While the counselors have been working to fix conflicts in students’ schedules, there are always conflicts that require some extra communication between counselors, students, and parents. 

During the week of Final Exams May 24, 25, 26 (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) counselors are available in the Commons from 12:30-2:30 to work with students who have a conflict in their schedules (see table below). Future freshmen: please email your counselor with schedule questions. 

If you miss this window, please do not email your counselor as counselors are not in session during summer break. 

Schedule changes that will be approved:

-Adjustments due to last year’s final grades, summer school, or eCredit recovery

–Class is in schedule twice.

–Incorrect level of a class (ex: Spanish 3 instead of Spanish 2)

–Imbalance in academic load (ex: all Honors/AP core classes in the same day, two PE classes in one day)

–Missing course needed to meet graduation requirements 

–Prerequisite hasn’t been met

–Year long course missing from either semester (please note, this is likely due to a conflict with another course)

Schedules changes that will not be approved:

–Requesting a specific teacher

–Having classes with your friends

2022/2023 Conflictos de Horario

Los consejeros han estado trabajando para solucionar conflictos en los horarios de los estudiantes, siempre hay conflictos que requieren alguna comunicación adicional entre consejeros, estudiantes y padres.  Durante la semana de exámenes finales del 24, 25, 26 de mayo (martes, miércoles y jueves) los consejeros están disponibles en la cafetería de 12:30 a 2:30 para trabajar con estudiantes que tienen un conflicto en sus horarios (ver tabla para la  continuación). Futuros estudiantes de primer año: envíen un correo electrónico a su consejero con preguntas sobre el horario. 

Si no alcanza en este tiempo, no envíe un correo electrónico a su consejero ya que los consejeros no están en sesión durante las vacaciones de verano.

Cambios de horario que serán aprobados:

Ajustes debido a las calificaciones finales del año pasado, la escuela de verano o la recuperación de eCredit 

–La clase está en horario dos veces. 

–Nivel incorrecto de una clase (por ejemplo: español 3 en lugar de español 2) 

–Desequilibrio en la carga académica (por ejemplo: todas las clases básicas de Honores / AP en el mismo día, dos clases de educación física en un día) –Falta el curso necesario para cumplir con los requisitos de graduación  

–No se ha cumplido el requisito previo –

-Curso de un año de duración que falta en cualquiera de los semestres (tenga en cuenta que esto probablemente se deba a un conflicto con otro curso) 

Cambios de horarios que no serán aprobados:

–Solicitar un profesor específico 

–Tener clases con tus amigos 

  • Student Council (All Grades): Due Monday, February 7th.  CLICK HERE to apply.
  • Yearbook (10th, 11th, and 12th):  Please follow this link to the attached Google Form to apply for Yearbook.  Please email Jennifer Dunbar (dunbar_jennifer@svvsd.org) and let her know you applied.
  • Peer Mentor ELL/SPED/UNIFIED SPORTS/MUSIC Please complete this form to be considered to become a Peer Mentor. CLICK HERE .
  • STEM (Science Technology Engineering & Math) or VPA (Visual and Performing Arts):  Students who are interested in applying to STEM or VPA for 2022-2023, please contact Amanda Giuliani (giuliani_amanda@svvsd.org) with any questions, and fill out this survey.
  • P-TECH (Pathways in Technology Early College High School):  Students who are interested in applying to P-TECH for 2022-2023, please contact Louise March (march_louise@svvsd.org) with any questions, and fill out this survey.
  • 10th – 12th Grade Open Enrolling Students: Contact your counselor once you have received your acceptance email to make course selections.

The Innovation Center offers advanced STEM coursework, often leading to industry certifications, to high school students throughout St. Vrain Valley Schools. Students take classes in Robotics, Information Technology, Video Production, Unmanned Aerial Systems, Entrepreneurship and other programs. The IC also provides students with links to business and employment opportunities surrounding these fields.

All programs at CETC provide a career pathway and give students entry level workplace skills and experiences in addition to post-secondary connections. Career and Technical Education programs, like those at CETC, are intended for all SVVSD high school students and count as practical art credit.

  • Many CETC classes also offer concurrent (college) credit through Front Range Community College or Metropolitan State University.
  • Please refer to 2022-2023 CETC Course Description Guide for further details.
  • Transportation is provided to CETC from SHS.
  • CETC Website

Earn College Credit While in High School

Are you interested in Front Range Classes and college credit while in High School? If your answer is YES, then we have an opportunity for you!

If you are:

  • A Junior or Senior student
  • Doing well in school and would like to challenge yourself
  • Able to transport yourself to the Front Range campus and back

Concurrent Enrollment could be a great option for you!  To begin the process, please speak to your counselor to learn if this is a good fit for you!  The first DEADLINE for this process is April 15, 2022.


Please review the Concurrent Enrollment Spreadsheet and pay close attention to each numbered item.

District link for more information

Schedules changes that will not be approved:

–Requesting a specific teacher

–Having classes with your friends