Registration: The First Steps of Your Future

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Registration: The First Steps of Your Future

Registrar Amy Austin working over a student transcript at her desk.

Registrar Amy Austin working over a student transcript at her desk.

Colin Wu

Registrar Amy Austin working over a student transcript at her desk.

Colin Wu

Colin Wu

Registrar Amy Austin working over a student transcript at her desk.

It’s time. Get ready to sign up for the classes you’re going to take next year.

It’s hard to decide which classes to take and how to configure your schedule so you can fit all the classes you want to take next year.

While making your schedule, don’t forget the A-G requirements you need in order to graduate. The counselors will be visiting the language arts and social science classes throughout February to review these requirements and talk about the new electives.

College and career technician Abbey Eastman said the new electives include Business Math; Intro to Arts, Media, Entertainment; Advanced Video Production; Advanced Graphic Design and Honors Graphic Design. The choir classes are also being reorganized into the introductory courses of Treble Choir 1 and Bass Choir 1 and the advanced courses Mixed Choir 2, Advanced Treble Choir 2 and Advanced Mixed Ensemble.

Junior Alaura Contreras is looking forward to taking ceramics and speech and debate next year because “ceramics sounds like a lot of fun” and because she enjoys speech and debate “because of the people and all the different events [she is] able to participate in.”

“In March, students will go see their counselor with their class to turn in their registration card with their classes for next year,” counselor Yvette Kettering said.

When thinking of what classes to take, Contreras’ advice is to “not be too daunted by honors and AP classes but also not to sign up for more than you think you can handle.”

As counselor Brianne Gullotti said, every grade matters. Kettering added to challenge yourself and do your best.