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How to Change a Class/Schedule

  • Students will be able to view their class schedule prior to each term via Studentvue in Synergy.
  • Schedule changes are made during the FIRST WEEK of each trimester.

To change a class, students need to first review the reasons to request a schedule change:

  • Student does not have a class scheduled for a particular period
  • Incorrect placement for math
  • Incorrect placement for world language
  • A duplicate class (*two of the same class scheduled)
  • At this time, due to constraints in the schedule, we are unable to make changes to any elective classes.

If you fall into one of these categories; please email your counselor to request a change.

Math Placement Policy

Math placement is determined by teacher recommendation only. During a student’s grade level transition  teachers make recommendations on which math class would be most appropriate for students for the next academic year. These decisions are based on grades, progress, performance, test scores, and student participation. If you have concerns with regards to your student’s math placement, we recommend that you contact your student’s counselor.

High School Course Credit Information 

Courses that we offer at the junior high that appear on the high school transcript and are for high school credit are:

  • Spanish 1 and 2, French 1 and 2, Chinese, Algebra Geometry and Advanced Algebra.
  • No other LOMS classes appear on the high school transcript.

WORLD LANGUAGE taken at LOMS in 7th and 8th grade could fulfill up the 2 World Language credits required for graduation. Please contact your school counselor for clarification on this policy.  All passing grades for Second Language will be placed on the LOHS transcript at the end of the 8th grade. The grade DOES NOT affect the GPA.

MATH Algebra and/or Geometry taken at LOMS in the 7th or 8th grade will fulfill up to 2 of the 6.5 elective credits required for graduation. All passing grades for Algebra and Geometry will be placed on the LOHS transcript at the end of 8th grade. The grade DOES NOT affect the GPA.