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Course Catalog and Academic Planning

High School Course Catalog

 

The SRVUSD High School Course Catalog contains information regarding course requirements and a brief description of each class by department. 

Monte Vista High School  Course Scheduling

Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!  The Monte Vista Counseling Department wants to keep you informed of our schedule so that you can make the best decisions regarding your high school academic plan. 

During the months of March and April the Counselors will meet with current students to discuss Course Scheduling for the 2019-2020 School Year.  We encourage parents to attend the Parent Information Meeting on March 4th at 6:30pm where our Monte Vista Counselors will present an overview of transcripts, graduation requirements, Naviance for vocational/college planning and have a Question & Answer session.  

Due to the high volume of requests for Counselors to meet with students, parent appointments will not be available during the months of February and March. Students, please sign up early if you need to see us to create an academic plan for next year.

Important Dates:

February 21st in English classes: Course Selection Forms will be distributed to current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders.

March 4th Current 9th, 10th, 11th Grade Parent Night-6:15-7pm in the Al Gentile Theatre. AP Night will be at 5:30pm in the Library earlier in the evening.

March 1st-6th On Line Scheduling Portal will be open to current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders to complete their 2019-2020 Course Selections. Please meet with your counselor if you need advice or help requesting classes.

March 7th Current 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders – Submit parent signed Course Selection Form to English class.

End of March/early April: Counselors will meet one on one with each student to review course selections.

 

Course Planning: 

  1. District Course Catalog: 

The District Course Catalog provides you with course descriptions for Monte Vista High School course offerings as well as university designations for college admission requirements.  For example:  Art 1, Theater Arts 1, Orchestra, and Women’s Ensemble are all designated as Performing Fine Arts courses for college admission and Fine Art credit for graduation requirements whereas Culinary Arts 1 is a Vocational/Applied Art and not accepted for college admission requirements, but counts for high school graduation.

  1. Review the back of the Course Selection Form for classes available at your grade level.

On Line Scheduling:

  1.  Your username is:  mv.firstinitiallastname   (ex for John Smith is jsmith)
  2. Your password is:  ID#XXXXXX (unless you have changed it already)
  3. To access the Student Portal, click here: (Opens March 1st)
  4. Change your password on the first login:   It should be something secure. 6 to 8 characters in length. It should not spell anything, and it must contain letters, numbers, and special characters.
  5. Remember to complete the Course Selection Form and have your parents sign it. Return the form to your English teacher on March 7th. If you miss the March 7th collection in English please bring your form to the Counseling Office as soon as possible.
  6. Helpful hints
    1. Search by course name
    2. Do not use computer with Windows 8 as some students experienced issues in the past.
    3. If having trouble, try another computer. If it continues, come into the counseling office.
    4. Scroll to bottom of screen to find “Request this Course” tab.
    5. Remember to include Alternate Courses in your forms!

Remember that completing your Course Selection Form in a timely manner means that you have the best chance to have courses available to you. 

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