The Scheduling Process

  1. Pre-registration: In April, students will meet with their classes for discussion of required courses, electives, graduation requirements, college prep curriculum, vocational courses and the scheduling process. Annually, each student completes an Educational Development Plan (EDP) that details the courses the student intends to take all the way through graduation.  The plan includes post-secondary intentions as well.  This process helps students choose courses strategically so that they can work toward their academic and future professional goals.  Students are encouraged to talk with their parents about their EDPs before returning them to the counseling office.

  2. These pre-registration meetings will be repeated for incoming 8th grade students, freshmen and their parents.  EDPs must be returned to the Counseling Office by the date to be announced. Parents are encouraged to contact the Counseling Office regarding any questions concerning this process or specific course selections.  

  3. Each student is required to enroll in 6 credited classes each semester.

  4. Students who have mistakes in their schedules due to the unsuccessful completion of required courses, schedule conflicts, etc. will be able to make necessary schedule changes prior to the start of each semester by making an appointment with the counselor.

  5. Students must have authorization from the counselor to drop a class. If the counselor investigates the issue and determines that the reason for dropping a class is valid and warrants such action, students may be dropped from a class.

Graduation Requirements and Progress View in SKYWARD
View the Graduation Requirements tab in Skyward to be sure your selection of classes  will enable you to graduate on schedule.  On this page, you will see the total credits required for graduation, total credits required per content area, and your required electives as well as completed requirements, remaining requirements, requirements in progress and your overall status. Use this as a guide when planning your schedule so you are sure to graduate on time with your peers.

Michigan Graduation Requirements

Earning Full High School Credit

Due to the fluctuation of students transferring into and out of Roscommon High School, this is a notice. RHS adheres to a semester schedule with high school credits being earned a semester at a time. Each course is granted 1/2 credit per semester completed. Leaving RHS before completing the semester usually results in the loss of credit in every course, and may result in the student failing to graduate on schedule with their class.

More Information

College Prep Coursework
If you plan on attending college, you may be interested in learning more about the type of coursework that colleges require. Peterson's Colleg Search has a wealth of information about colleges and universities.

NCAA Eligibility Center
A prospective student-athlete is someone who is looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or Division II institution in the future.  Seniors planning to participate in college sports need to see the counselor for the NCAA Clearinghouse forms and processing information at the beginning of the year. It is the responsibility of the senior athlete to make sure the Clearinghouse has the documents necessary for student certification.