Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: What do I do if I have a concern regarding a class?
Answer: Contact your counselor. Not all changes will be allowed.
Question: What classes does North offer?
Answer: So many! Check out our 2022-2023 Enrollment Book here! Classes offered for concurrent credit are marked with "(CC)". Also, check out the North Pathways website by clicking HERE.
Question: What classes can I take at WSU Tech while a high school student?
Answer: Technical classes (like Construction Science, Aviation Maintenance, Welding, Healthcare) are offered for free tuition through the Jumpstart Program. Students are at North High for half the day and at WSU Tech for the other half the day. Transportation is provided if needed and books are at a discount. Must be a junior or senior, have good attendance and a 2.0 or higher GPA. For a list of programs and for information on how to sign up, click HERE. General Education classes are also offered at WSU Tech and are at a discounted rate. For more information schedule a meeting with your counselor or visit the College Career Center's WSU Tech Jumpstart info page: HERE
Question: What are the graduation requirements?
English 4 units Mathematics 3 units Science 3 units Social Studies 3 units Physical Education 1 unit Fine Arts 1 unit Electives 7 units Career/Technical Education 0.5 units Financial Literacy 0.5 units Minimum Credits for Graduation 23 units
Question: Can you explain my transcript?
Answer: Sure! Give your counselor a call so they can go over it with you.
This document explains how to understand your transcript: The Transcript PDF--ENGLISH / SPANISH
This document helps you determine which credits you have completed. Understanding Your Transcript-- ENGLISH / SPANISH
Question: What happens if I fail a class?
Answer: If you fail a core class (like Freshmen English or Math for example), you must make it up. Talk to your counselor about how to recover credits.
Question: I am a middle school student. What electives does North offer?
Answer: Lots! Check out our North Freshmen Elective List that describes them: Click HERE