Course registration for incoming 9th graders and for current 9th, 10th and 11th graders happens each year starting in February and extending into March. Once the regular registration window closes, no changes will be made to course request sheets.
Students New to the District
After enrolling in the district and determining which school you'll be attending, course registration will be done by the students' counselor and the Registrar directly.
New State Law: Automatic Enrollment
Washington State has passed a law that requires automatic enrollment in advanced classes should a student pass state standardized tests (SBAC, WCAS) or pass an advanced class. All families have the option to opt out of this requirement. Opting out still allows for selecting advanced classes. Please review the documents below for more information.
- Incoming 9th Graders (current 8th)
- Incoming 10th Graders (current 9th)
- Incoming 11th Graders (current 10th)
- Incoming 12th Graders (current 11th)
The Opt-Out of Automatic Advancement form is part of the Registration packet but you can also download it from the links below in your language of choice:
Chinese - Simplified
If your language is not listed, you can access the English version of the form in Google Docs. Then choose Tools and Translate to translate to another language.
The Registration Process
For more information about what to consider and how to plan your course requests visit our Registration Process webpage.
Currently, all high schools and some middle schools use a combination of paper or electronic planning sheet and online course selection in order for students to choose courses for the next school year. Once students have completed course selection entries, receiving school will lock these entries and allow time for families to review before the selections become final. The final version of selections will be saved by the school and kept on file for a reference to a students original selections. For instructions on how to enter courses on StudentVue click here.
Student schedules will change frequently from now until the first week of September. Final schedules will be made available/live the day before school starts on Tuesday, September 3.
Any student schedules you may see posted in StudentVUE (or elsewhere) between now and then are not accurate and subject to change.
Questions? Please contact:
Patty Ward, Student Information Specialist
North Creek High School
email@example.com (425) 408-8818
Choices made by students during registration are considered to be final. Courses offered and school staffing are based on the decisions students make during the registration process. However, schedule changes may be made on an extremely 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 denial. Remember, full year courses are just that: full year.
The course catalog 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 counseling staff will be happy to assist you.
If you do not see the Table of Contents at the left of this document after opening it, click on View, and then Show Document Outline. This will allow you to move around through the catalog more easily.
We hope to answer as many questions as possible with our registration FAQ page. If you don't find the answer you are looking for, you can submit an FAQ form by clicking the button below. You will receive a response to the email you provide. As valuable questions are submitted, they will be added to the FAQ page.