Course Catalog, Forecasting Forms & Scheduling Policies

Students complete the forecasting process each spring for the upcoming school year. Prior to selecting courses, students should refer to the appropriate academic planning guide and become familiar with course options and opportunities. To view a guide, click on one of the underlined links.

2020 – 2021 Course Catalog

RHS Course Catalog 20-21

Forecasting Forms:

Freshman 2020-21 Forecasting Form (9th grade)
Sophomore 2020-21 Forecasting Form (10th grade)
Junior 2020-21 Forecasting Form (11th grade)
Senior 2020-21 Forecasting Form (12th grade)

Sample Schedule

Freshman
Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
English 1A Geography English 1B
PE Algebra 1A Algebra 1B
STEM Physics A STEM Physics B Health 1
Second Lang/Art/CTE Elective of choice Second Lang/Art/CTE
Elective of choice Elective of choice Elective of choice
Sophomore
Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
English 2A Global History 2 English 2B
Global History 1 Math A Math B
Science A Science B Second Lang/Art/CTE
Second Lang/Art/CTE Elective of choice Elective of choice
Elective of choice Elective of choice Elective of choice
Junior
Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
English A Global History 4/Economics English B
Global History 3 Math A Math B
Science A Science B Second Lang/Art/CTE
Second Lang/Art/CTE Health 2 Second Lang/Art/CTE
Elective of choice Elective of choice Elective of choice
Senior
Trimester 1 Trimester 2 Trimester 3
English A Government English 1B
Science A Math A Math B
Elective of choice Science B Elective of choice
Elective of choice Elective of choice Elective of choice
Elective of choice Elective of choice Elective of choice

Scheduling Policies

Special Services Department
541-923-4800 x2200
Students who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) have been assigned a case manager. If you have any questions regarding your student’s IEP, please contact the Special Services Department at the high school.

Schedule Change and Course Drops
Students are expected to attend and complete all scheduled courses. Every effort is made to enroll students in their first choice of elective courses, using alternates when necessary. Course offerings are based on student forecasting requests. Some courses may not be offered due to low student enrollment or other circumstances. It is important that students carefully select elective courses.

Schedules will be distributed prior to the beginning of each semester. Schedules will not be changed for teacher or period preference. Student schedule changes will only be honored if a student is misplaced. Schedule changes must be made within the first five days of the trimester.

If a course is dropped after the first ten days of the trimester, the student will receive an F for the course on their permanent high school transcript.

Open Periods
Students should be enrolled in five classes each term. The only exceptions are for seniors who are on track to graduate and have received counselor approval and parental written permission. During first and fifth period only, students may have an open period if they are completing work experience credits or have courses in other district buildings. Students must be in designated areas or off campus during their open period. Any exceptions must be approved by an administrator.