Scheduling Season Begins!
On Wednesday, January 12th, scheduling materials will be distributed to students during his/her math class. Students will receive hard copies of course offerings and a planning sheet to outline their 2022-23 schedule. A special thank you to the Math Department who will distribute materials and donate class time for schedule collection later this month.
January 12th kicks off 'advisement season' (Jan. 12 - 24). Teacher conversations with students regarding future placement is instrumental in this process. Please take a few moments to see if your students are selecting the next appropriate course within your content sequence. Students will need teachers to sign off on honors/AP/IB course selections - space is provided for your initials on the planning sheet that he/she will bring to the scheduling meeting with counselors later this month.
Emerald Campus will hold an Open House on January 19, 2022, from 5-7PM.
The Open House will provide an opportunity for Dublin students and parents to learn more about available high school scheduling options. Both in-person and online sessions will be available. To learn more about the Emerald Campus Open House, check out the informational site for details and RSVP information.
Featured programs include:
- Emerald Campus
- 12 Experiential Learning Academies
- 25 International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and Courses
- College Credit Plus
- DSC Virtual
- Tolles Technical and Career Center
- Alternative Learning Programs: Bridge, WorkForce Ready, and PATHS
College Credit Plus is a program available to students in the state of Ohio to earn free college credit while earning high school credits. To learn more about College Credit Plus and opportunities available to Dublin City Schools students, watch the required counseling Information video. Interested in hearing from partner colleges about College Credit Plus? As part of the Emerald Campus Open House on January 19, 2022, from 5-7PM, partner colleges will be offering online info sessions and Q & As. Check out other opportunities for session details with Columbus State, Ohio State, Ashland, and Franklin.
Each Spring, the Guidance Counselors meet with students to present the various course offerings for their respective grade level and make their course selections for the upcoming Fall. The Master Schedule is built around these requests. Student requests determine teacher assignments, textboks and budget decisions for next school year.
It is the student's responsiblity to see that requirements for graduation, college articulation, and athletic eligibility are met.
If you have completed TWO seasons of a board approved sport, marching band, color guard or cheerleading, please complete this form for the waiver to be applied to your transcript. These do not need to be the same sport (ie. Marching Band and Track).
Please note: The PE Waiver exempts you from taking the PE classes. You will need to earn the .5 credit by taking another class or elective to meet the 21 credits needed for graduation.
Please note that class sections and staffing were set in the Spring based upon student scheduling requests at that time. Making a schedule change now is very difficult because classes are staffed and at or near capacity. Class capacities are being strictly enforced due to meeting the health and safety guidelines of the DCS Responsible Restart Plan. Consequently, a schedule change request may not be able to be made.
To make a schedule change request: Download and complete the 2021-22 Schedule Change Form and email it to your Guidance Counselor. We encourage all students to have conversations with their parents/guardians regarding any schedule change.
Be sure to follow your current course schedule until you receive an email from your counselor regarding the status of your request.