• Scheduling for 2015-2016 
    Students in grades 8-11 begin selecting potential courses in March for next year's schedules. Mrs. Putman will speak with students in each grade level to review graduation requirements and consider opportunities for the upcoming year. Many students will stop in for further information, and all students and parents are welcome and encouraged to stop in with questions or to make changes to their requests where possible. As usual, schedules will be given to students during late August and changes are possible through the first two weeks of school in September. Supplies lists for grades 5-8 and grades 9-12 will be available in the summer  and will be available for review at most local stores.
    There are both college and high school course offerings available through distance learning next year. Registration forms (available in the Guidance Office in May) are required by June 1st for any student planning to take a college course. The cost of college courses for the 2015-2016 school year has not been announced by Canton College; a letter will be mailed to parents of all juniors with more specifics. Possible college courses include: Approaches to Literature; Expository Writing; Introduction to Government & Politics; Macroeconomics; Introductory Psychology; Introduction to Sociology; Introduction to Criminal Justice; and Criminal Law. High school offerings, which are always free of charge, may include: Marketing, AP Calculus, AP US History, Accounting, SAT Prep (February-May, after school form 3-4 p.m., on Tues./Thurs.), and more.