Student Schedule Instructions

Message from the Assistant Head of School and Dean of Academic Services

As we end the school year and start summer break, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide students and parents with some information regarding scheduling for the 2018–19 school year.

For students

Step-by-Step to view student schedule:
  1. Log in to the website
  2. You will land on a page called "My Day" in the tab for "Progress"
  3. These are the courses you are enrolled in for the upcoming academic year.

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For parents

Step-by-Step to view student schedule:
  1. Log in to the website (You will land on the Resource Board)
  2. Click on the name of your student to the left side of the middle-upper menu bar
  3. This brings you to the "Progress" page for that student, where you will find the courses your student is enrolled in for the upcoming academic year.

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Course Changes

Performing Arts
  • Cancelled—Playwrights & Performers (Fall).
  • New course offering—One Acts PPP (Fall). Please consult online Course Catalog and contact Theater Teacher Mr. Zavala for further information. Sign up during Add/Drop.
  • Dance 2—changed from yearlong to a semester long course, still called Dance 2, and will be offered Fall and Spring.
  • Cancelled—Honors Environmental Science (Fall & Spring).

Recap of the Scheduling Process

Last April, rising 10th–12th graders signed up for courses using the online course request forms, which listed all courses available to students by grade level. Incoming 9th graders submitted their course requests through the Admissions Office. All students are automatically enrolled in common courses that are graduation requirements (for example: BME, Biology, CMA, D&T, 9th–11th grade English, 10th–11th grade History, and Chemistry). 9th graders may request a Performing Arts course, which will be assigned as space and schedules permit. When selecting from Performing, Technical, and Visual Arts, as well as Science and BlendEd electives, students ranked their choices for courses in order of preference.
Student preferences (as expressed in their online course request forms) were used to build the grid of classes (the master list of when each course is offered) in such a way that we can maximize the potential for students to be enrolled in the courses of their choice.
As you know, LWHS offers a wide array of interesting and challenging courses. In building the schedule we’ve done everything possible to provide as many first choices to as many students as possible. When there were too many students signed up for a course as a first choice, we then went to our stated priorities (for example: 10th graders need to be enrolled in a Technical Arts course so they have priority for first placement). Scheduling policies can be found in the Academic Guidebook.

All students are required to have six graded courses each semester, with at least five academic courses. 11th and 12th graders may request a TA or Independent Study (IS) as a 7th course, however a TA/IS is not considered one of the six required courses.


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Lick-Wilmerding High School

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A private school with public purpose, Lick-Wilmerding High School develops the head, heart, and hands of highly motivated students from all walks of life, inspiring them to become lifelong learners who contribute to the world with confidence and compassion.