Planning For High School

Last Updated: 4/29/2019 4:56 PM

Now is the time to start thinking about what you want to do after high school and putting together a four-year plan that will prepare you for success in college and the world of work.  Here are some tips for success.

  1. Check the district’s graduation requirements to ensure they are taking the classes they need to successfully graduate.
  2. Classes are offered on a trimester system, which allows students to take up to six classes a day and earn up to 18 credits every year.
  3. While selecting classes, students should look for courses that give them the chance to earn college credit, add academic rigor to their schedule or let them pursue a particular interest.
  4. Students should review their plans with their parents and put their schedule together carefully because not all courses are offered every hour or every trimester. In addition, some courses have pre-requisites. Look for icons in the course catalog that highlight classes that meet certain graduation requirements, provide students the chance to earn college credit and more.

Questions? Ask your counsleor.

4 Year Plan

High School Course Catalog

Additional Info

Sherry Clements
Counseling Secretary

Phone (208) 524-7856
Fax: (208) 524-7851 


Karen Peck, 7th Grade Counselor

David Gemar, 8th Grade Counselor