Scheduling for 2024-2025

Scheduling for the 2024-2025 academic year will be begin in mid-March for all current 11th, 10th, and 9th graders.  Below are tools to assist students with the scheduling process.


Junior High    |     Senior High 
Math Flow Chart    |    Science Flow Chart

It's time to select courses for the 2024-2025 school year!!!  All changes should go through the counselors: Mrs. Barnes (grades 7, 8, 9) or Mr. Canty (grades 10, 11, 12), either by office drop-in or by email.

Students needing any help with user and passwords can email the PowerSchool helpline directly 
[email protected].us.  All other questions be directed to counselors.

Below are some helpful resources to help you at home. 

Scheduling Notes 

Course Selection Sheets 
Grade 7 Grade 8
Grade 9  Grade 10 
Grade 11 Grade 12

Scheduling Notes  
Course Request "How To" for Grade 7 Course Request "How To" for Grade 8
Course Request "How To" for Grade 9 Course Request "How To" for Grade 10
Course Request "How To" for Grade 11  Course Request "How To" for Grade 12 


Want to know more about Parkway West Career and Technical Center
and what it has to offer?

Any student requesting Parkway for the first time must complete the online application. Returning Parkway students do NOT need to fill out an application.

~Click here to access the step by step instructions.

~Click here to access the online application. District ID - CAR (all caps).  Once you complete the application and hit submit, your application is automatically sent to the guidance counselor for them to complete it. 

Incoming Seventh Graders

In the spring, high school guidance counselors visit the sixth graders in the Carnegie and Crafton Elementary Schools to discuss the scheduling process and course selections with students. Hard copies of the Program of Studies are distributed at that time.

The sixth graders are invited to tour the high school in May. They are transported by bus to the high school and greeted by older students. After a meeting in the auditorium, where they meet the principals and the district superintendent, upperclassmen will then lead the youngsters through the entire building to familiarize them with the lay-out of the school and offer guidance to ease the transition from grade six to seven.

In August, shortly before the first day of school, an orientation is held at the high school, which provides the opportunity for students and their parents to visit the school, tour the building again - with schedule in hand - and sit down for a question and answer session.

The day also allows time for students to learn where their homeroom is located. On this orientation day, the soon-to-be seventh graders will be assigned a locker with a combination code for the lock, and will be allowed the time to practice opening the lock.

Following the formal orientation, time is given for parents and students to complete a second walk-through of the high school building to better familiarize themselves with classrooms, the auditorium and band wing, and the gymnasium and pool wing (should they so desire).

To view the Graduation Requirements click here.


Scheduling  for classes is intended to be an interactive, interpersonal, problem solving process involving the student, parent/guardian, teachers, counselors and administration. Students are able to explore options, investigate opportunities and be a part of the process of creating their own schedule.  Throughout the process, students will need to exercise communication skills and apply decision-making abilities. School resources are available throughout the process to assist each student from beginning to end. 


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