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Scheduling opened May 4 for all paid registrants

All paid registrants will receive an EMAIL with information on how to schedule your classes. Students at SMCHS are required to take 7 classes per semester. You are automatically placed in Religion, Math, English and Science based on HSPT scores. You will be asked to choose 3 classes. Please download and refer to the Scheduling Worksheet and the Elective Booklet (links below) for more information regarding your choices. The scheduling worksheet does not need to be turned in but will serve as a guide.

Scheduling Worksheet

Elective
Booklet

Honors
Policy

MUN
Info

FRESHMAN SCHEDULING

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Freshman Prep Classes

The program encompasses Language Arts, Algebra Skills, and Executive Functions, and the courses will ensure that students are adequately prepared for academic success during their freshman year. The courses are face-to-face courses and daily attendance is required over the three-week session.  Students may sign up for 1, 2, or all 3 classes.

The summer school portal will open on May 11.

July 6, 2020 to July 23, 2020
Monday – Thursday

Times:
• Period 1: 8:00-9:00am
• Period 2: 9:10- 10:10 am
• Period 3: 10:20-11:20 am

Placement Tests

If you haven't taken the High School Placement Test (HSPT) you can still take the test before the fall semester begins. Once SMCHS is allowed to return to campus, please email the Admissions office to set up a time to take the HSPT: admissions@smhs.org  Individual HSPT tests are available during weekdays starting at 8:00am

Summer School

The format of summer school is still to be determined.  As of now, we are planning on running Freshman Prep on campus as scheduled.  If it is deemed unsafe to do so, it will run online. The summer school portal will open May 11 for freshman registration. Students who register will be given all the necessary information on how their classes will meet during the summer months.  You will use the same log-in credentials you received in the Math placement email. Incoming freshmen have up to 3 options for summer school:  PE, Health and Freshman Prep. 

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