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Course Selection Information for 2021-2022

The course selection process for the 2021-2022 school year has begun. 

9th Grade Students have been given Course Request forms, information and instructions the week of February 8 through their English classes.  These forms were due back to their English teachers on February 16.  On Campus students have been asked to write down any questions they have so that when they meet with their counselor, one-on-one during the week of March 8, they can discuss their questions at that time.  Counselors will review the Course Request form with each on campus student, academic progress and answer questions during that time.  ELearning students may communicate and reach out to their new 10th grade counselor via Schoology, Email or phone calls.  If a Course Request form has not been turned in or has been mis-placed, a new form may be filled out (found on the MHS website under Guidance) and returned to the appropriate 10th grade counselor in the Guidance Office.  ELearners may email them to their 10th grade counselor.  In May, students will receive a copy of their Course Requests and may make final adjustments at that time.  MHS reserves the right to drop any course due to insufficient enrollment or administrative decision.

10th Grade Students have been given Course Request forms, information and instructions on February 18 in their World History classes.  These forms are due back to their World History teachers on February 24.  On Campus students have been asked to write down any questions they have so that when they meet with their counselor, one-on-one during the week of March 22, they can discuss their questions at that time.  Counselors will review the Course Request form with each on campus student, academic progress and answer questions during that time.  ELearning students may communicate and reach out to their counselor via Schoology, Email or phone calls.  If a Course Request form has been mis-placed, or if a student is not in World History through MHS, a new form may be filled out (found on the MHS website under Guidance) and turned in.  In May, students will receive a copy of their Course Requests and may make final adjustments at that time.  MHS reserves the right to drop any course due to insufficient enrollment or administrative decision.

11th Grade Students have been given Course Request forms, information and instructions on February 19 in their US History classes.  These forms are due back to their US History teachers on February 24.  On Campus students have been asked to write down any questions they have so that when they meet with their counselor, one-on-one during the week of March 29, they can discuss their questions at that time.  Counselors will review the Course Request form with each on campus student, academic progress and answer questions during that time.  ELearning students may communicate and reach out to their counselor via Schoology, Email or phone calls.  If a Course Request form has been mis-placed, or if a student is not in US History through MHS, a new form may be filled out (found on the MHS website under Guidance) and turned in.  In May, students will receive a copy of their Course Requests and may make final adjustments at that time.  MHS reserves the right to drop any course due to insufficient enrollment or administrative decision.

The videos below provide high school and college planning information that can help students make informed decisions about classes for next year.

Video for current MHS 9th and 10th grade students

Video for current MHS 11th grade students