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Courses & Registration

NEW & RETURNING STUDENTS

NEW TO THE AREA?

  1. Are you now living within Highland High boundaries? Check our boundary map: Highland High School - Salt Lake City School District (slcschools.org)
  2. Contact us to enroll
  • If you have applied and received approval/acceptance for our out of boundaries open window application*, you would have received a letter regarding registration. If you have any questions, please call us 801.484.4343

NOT LIVING IN HIGHLAND BOUNDARIES?

Apply to attend Highland High School here: https://apex.slcschools.org/apex/f?p=1900:1:0:::::&tz=-7:00 If accepted, you will receive a notice by email. You will need to reply to that email confirming your intent to attend Highland High. Following that confirmation, please reach out to Heather Parry for enrollment: heather.parry@slcschools.org

Your best choice in education is the Salt Lake City School District. All of our schools are committed to the district’s vision of Excellence and Equity: every student, every classroom, every day. In keeping with this vision, our schools offer academically rigorous classes based on the Utah Core curriculum, hold high expectations for all students, respond to individual student needs, and provide a safe and healthy environment for student learning. 

For the coming school year, students interested in enrolling in a Salt Lake City School District school who live outside the district or school boundaries may apply for an out-of-resident transfer during the Early Open Enrollment period, from December through mid-February the year before attending or the Late Open Enrollment Period April-JulyApplications are available online

Students may apply for enrollment in schools designated as “Open” to transfer. Selected schools and programs may be at capacity for the coming school year and not available as a choice for out-of-resident students. Additionally, some schools, including charter schools, may require a separate application or lottery process.

More information can be found at https://www.slcschools.org/departments/school-choice

 

REGISTRATION

In the SPRING, students fill out course selections and choose classes for the upcoming school year. This is NOT considered registration, just course selection.

All students need to register in the FALL. Registration is online and in-person. The online portion, among other things, verifies enrollment information is correct and updates you on policies for the upcoming school year. Instructions for fall registration is sent out in July. Please watch your mail and email for updates.

If you are new to the area, please read the above information. If you are available, contact us in the summer to get pre-enrolled! This will greatly minimize the time it will take to register in the fall. 

SEE COUNSELING CENTER PAGE FOR COURSE SELECTION INFORMATION.

  • FOR INFORMATION ON PRE-ENROLLING AND MAKING COURSE SELECTIONS BEFORE REGISTRATION PLEASE CONTACT US.

 

WHERE CAN I FIND MY STUDENT'S REGISTRATION PIN?

The student's registration pin, along with their student ID, is needed to login to online registration for pre-enrolled students. This is found on the letter that was mailed to your home. Please make sure to use lower case letters when typing in your pin online. If you did not receive the letter, please contact us. We can check and provide you the needed ID and pin, or make a NEW STUDENT appointment if needed.

 

IS MY STUDENT PRE-ENROLLED?

Highland students that attended the previous school year and filled out class selection forms for the next school year and worked with a counselor to create a schedule, were pre-enrolled into the system. Those students that attended our feeder middle schools (i.e. Hillside Middle or Clayton Middle) and filled out class selection forms for Highland were also pre-enrolled. Students who submitted a "Standard Open Enrollment Application" (a.k.a. Special Transfer Form) and received approval will be contacted to start the enrollment process. If you need clarification on whether your student is pre-enrolled or not, please contact the main office.

 

WHAT IS A "NEW STUDENT"?

We do not refer to our 9th grade students who have pre-enrolled as "New Students". Highland defines "New Students" as those who are new to the area (who have recently moved into Highland boundaries) or students on Special Transfer who have NOT been pre-enrolled. New students need to contact the main office for registration procedures and information starting the first week of August. If you would like clarification on whether you are a new student, please contact the main office by phone or email.

STUDENTS SHADOWING STUDENTS

AS OF MARCH 2020 CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING SHADOWS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Students shadowing Highland High 9th-11th grade is available, but MUST be scheduled. We take multiple factors into account to allow this, i.e. events/field trips happening during the school day, availability of students and staff, permission needed from administration and the parent(s)/legal guardian(s) of the student shadowing and the student being shadowed, etc. -- because of these reasons, we do not allow drop-in shadows. We do not start shadowing days until November and end in March. This is in order to accomodate our state testing schedule. Thank you for your interest in the Ram Fam.

Please complete this form to request a shadowing experience at Highland.
Upon approval, someone from our office will contact you to schedule the shadow.

CONTACT US

heather parry

enrollments and withdrawals

801.484.4343 eXt.7000
 

NOTE: In the event that certain staff is unavailable, please email hhs@slcschools.org for assistance.

COURSE SELECTION CATALOG

 

SLCSD STUDENT SERVICES

Educational Equity and Student Support - Salt Lake City School District (slcschools.org)

Salt Lake City School District Information about Open Enrollment:
www.yourbestchoice.org

HIGHLAND STUDENT RECORDS

EMILY ZAVALA-LOPEZ
REGISTRAR

emily.zavala-lopez@slcschools.org
801.484.4343 x4107

RESOURCES

REGISTRATION 

IN THE SPRING STUDENTS FILL OUT COURSE SELECTIONS FOR THE UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR.

ALL STUDENTS REGISTER IN THE FALL BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS.

FOR INFORMATION ON PRE-ENROLLING AND MAKING COURSE SELECTIONS BEFORE REGISTRATION PLEASE CONTACT US.

WHERE CAN I FIND MY STUDENT'S REGISTRATION PIN?

The student's registration pin, along with their student ID, is needed to login to online registration for pre-enrolled students. This is found on the letter that was mailed to your home. Please make sure to use lower case letters when typing in your pin online. If you did not receive the letter, please contact us! We can check and provide you the needed ID and pin, or make a NEW STUDENT appointment if needed.

 

IS MY STUDENT PRE-ENROLLED?

Highland students that attended the previous school year and filled out class selection forms for the next school year and worked with a counselor to create a schedule, were pre-enrolled into the system. Those students that attended our feeder middle schools (i.e. Hillside Middle or Clayton Middle) and filled out class selection forms for Highland were also pre-enrolled. Students who submitted a "Standard Open Enrollment Application" (a.k.a. Special Transfer Form) and received approval will be contacted to start the enrollment process. If you need clarification on whether your student is pre-enrolled or not, please contact the main office.

 

WHAT IS A "NEW STUDENT"?

We do not refer to our 9th grade students who have pre-enrolled as "New Students". Highland defines "New Students" as those who are new to the area (who have recently moved into Highland boundaries) or students on Special Transfer who have NOT been pre-enrolled. New students need to contact the main office for registration procedures and information starting August 6th. If you would like clarification on whether you are a new student, please contact the main office by phone or email.