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Second semester schedules released on Infinite Campus

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Second semester schedules were released to students on Nov. 21. Students who wish to change their schedule can make an appointment with their counselor, but schedule changes appointments will not start until the week of Nov. 28.

Students who want to drop a year long course will have to fill out Administrative Course Change Request Form. Students who wish to change a semester long course will have to get a parent’s signature for approval.

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