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    Seattle Public Schools publishes all student schedules on The Source, one day before schools starts, September 4, 2018.

    Access the Source at: https://ps.seattleschools.org/public/
    Questions and support: sourcesupport@seattleschools.org

    Newly Assigned Students during the Current School Year: Submit the required documents for your intake meeting: Transcript, Current Withdrawal Grades, Discipline History, Attendance Records, State Testing Scores, IEP Documentation (if applicable), and 504 Plan (if applicable). Schedule your mandatory intake meeting with the principal and your counselor, (206) 252-2304 or TLIkegami@seattleschools.org.

    Fall Registration for Returning Garfield Students is in February. Information handed out in Advisory class. If you don't have Advisory, download the attached registration forms or see the Registrar in Room 104.

    Registration Guide and Course Descriptions
    Graduation Check List (2019, 2020)
    Graduation Check List (2021+)
    10th Grade Request Sheet 2017-2018
    11th Grade Request Sheet 2018-2019
    12th Grade Request Sheet 2018-2019
    Online Registration Instructions for Returning Students 2018-2019
    Registration Instructions GHS Students 2018
    Online Registration Workshops
    Online Registration Screen Shots
    *Work Load Commitment for Multiple AP
    **Schedule Requests Changes Course Withdrawals

    Fall Registration for Seattle Public School 8th graders: Registration materials will be mailed after Spring Break.

    Fall Registration, all grades, coming from outside of Seattle Public Schools:
    Registration materials will be mailed after Spring Break.

    Online Credit Retrieval Courses (Health and WA State History only): Contact Ms. Alston in early September or early February. Appointments are on a first come first served basis. Ms. Alston, 206-252-2280 kalston@seattleschools.org.

    Running Start Courses: You must fill out and take the Running Start application to your Seattle Public Schools counselor prior to registering for and attending Running Start courses each quarter. See Running Start page for additional information.

     

    *AP and Honors courses require additional homework.  Careful consideration regarding the number of AP and Honors courses and your commitments to activities is vital to ensure that your high school experience is not overly stressful! 

    Planning Your Garfield Schedule
    Work Load Commitment Multiple AP

    ** Course Change Requests:
    ONLY students who have holes in their schedule (not scheduled for 6 courses per semester), 12th grade students who are missing a graduation requirement, and Running Start students who need to adjust their schedules will be considered for a course change request. Course change request forms must be submitted within the first 3 school days.