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REGISTRATION LP Brown students on the playground

Returning Students

Current Juniors will meet with their Counselor to request classes for their next year's schedule.

Current Freshmen and Sophomores will meet with Counselors in computer labs during their science classes to request next year's schedule. It is not necessary to make an appointment before requesting next year's schedule as there will be Counselors available to answer your questions.

Click here for more information regarding Student Parent Conference and the required parent/guardian signature on student's Subject Selection Sheets

New Student Registration

When a new student family moves into the Olympia High School attendance area, the family should contact the Olympia High School Counseling Office at (360)596-7004. Bring proof of residency (rental agreement, mortgage agreement, utility bill) to that meeting. Registration forms will be provided at that time. Paperwork should be completely filled out and returned to Patty West, Enrollment Secretary, in the Counseling Center as soon as possible.

Link to Olympia School District Boundaries information.

Incoming Freshmen from an Olympia School District Middle School:
Information will be provided to 8th graders at Olympia School District middle schools during early March of the 8th grade year. Registration and advising is handled through the middle schools. For specific dates see announcements on the Counseling Center Homepage.

Foreign Exchange Students
Please click here for more information

Courses offered vary from year to year and are described in the course catalog.

Each year students at OHS register for their classes as a part of homeroom activities. The homeroom teacher is the student's first period teacher. Should students need additional help, the appropriate counselor may be consulted. Incoming freshmen are computer scheduled for their first year after completing the subject selection form.

The subject selection process puts the student in charge of selecting classes to meet individual interests and needs; therefore, class schedule changes should not be necessary except during extreme circumstances. Necessary schedule changes should be handled with a counselor during the first ten class days of the first semester (first five days of second semester). Any withdrawal from a class after that time will result in the awarding of a withdrawal failure grade (WF) on the student's permanent record.

Registration Dates
Mid-April Students receive Subject Selection Sheet in homeroom, which includes a place for requests and alternates. An academic and elective showcase allows students to find out more information about classes. Seniors will get their HS & Beyond Plan checked off by homeroom teacher then attend an important meeting in gym.

End of April Students return Subject Selection sheet to their homeroom teacher. Students who do not return their Subject Selection Sheets, will have their schedule selected for them by counselors. Seniors will attend an important meeting in commons.

Request to Drop or Change a Class (before school begins)
June or August - After students receive their schedule for the upcoming school year, requests for Schedule Change Form will be available in the Counseling Center. Instructions for completing the form will be printed on it. It is not necessary to make an appointment with the Counselor. Return the completed Request for Schedule Change to the Counseling Center.

Graduation Worksheets/ 4 Year Plan Forms