COURSE CORRECTION REQUESTS–Fixing Errors Only
NOTE: In order to comply with the health guidelines in the 2020/2021 School Year, we cannot make ‘course changes’ for Grade 8 & 9 Students, unless there is an ERROR in your schedule. Grade 10-12 Students may now request course corrections or changes for Quarters 2-4.
The next window for course corrections is Oct. 5-9, 2020.
Counsellors will be prioritizing schedule changes for students with ERRORS in their timetables; course change requests will be processed after errors are corrected.
Grade 8-9 Students, complete this form only if your request meets one of the following criteria:
- I’m missing courses!: Your schedule is INCOMPLETE, i.e. one or more courses are missing from my timetable? Fill out the form
- I’m scheduled in the wrong grade/level of a course!: There is an ERROR in your placement, for example: you should be in English 10 but the timetable says English 9. Fill out the form
- NOTE: You MAY NOT request Honours/Enriched/AP classes using this form. If you believe you should be in an Honours/Enriched/AP class that you requested last spring, contact Ms Mihic AFTER September 8th.
- I’m scheduled in the same course TWICE. Fill out the form
Grade 10-12 Students who would like to request a course correction or change: Fill out the form
TO PRESERVE LEARNING GROUPS, DO NOT ATTEND INCORRECT COURSES. A COUNSELLOR WILL CONTACT YOU TO VERIFY THAT THE CORRECTION HAS BEEN MADE.[/su_pullquote]
NOTE: Correcting errors in your timetable may result in other block/teacher/course changes to your schedule as well. We will make every effort to disrupt your schedule as little as possible, but some changes are unavoidable.
All timetable changes MUST be processed by your counsellor. Please do not approach course teachers with requests and inquiries.
The information below does NOT apply to the 2020-2021 school year.
What if your timetable is ‘correct’ but you don’t like it? COURSE CHANGE FORMS will be available online at 3:00pm on Friday, September 6th. Counsellors will begin processing course change requests on September 9th. NOTE: Not all change requests can be accommodated, so continue to attend your assigned courses and do the work so you don’t fall behind in case your request is denied. If your new timetable is approved, your new course teacher(s) will inform you what make-up work they will require.