Step 1: Include your parents/guardians in your selections. You may also consult your teachers, counselor, or other trusted adults about course options.
Step 2: Take the time to explore all options. Look at options to prepare you for college and/or for possible careers. Look for classes that you have an interest in or passion for. Students do better in school when they are interested in the subject. Look at graduation requirements and post-high options.
Step 3: Choose classes that will challenge you, but not overwhelm you. Choosing a schedule that is too easy will likely bore you. Choosing a schedule that is too difficult will likely frustrate you. Find a schedule to supports your goals and is also manageable with other responsibilities in your life, such as extracurricular activities, work, and family. Kearns offers support classes to help you challenge yourself with support in place to help you succeed.
Step 4: Choose your classes and turn in your Course Selection Card on January 22nd-23rd.