One of the most import documents of your high school career is the Gresham High School Course Planning Guide. The purpose of this guide is to provide you with a comprehensive description of the programs of study available at Gresham High School. Your thoughtful use of this guide as a guide for planning your future enables you to craft a personal course plan that is challenging and focused on preparing you for post-secondary education and the modern world of work.
Our Course Planning Guide will give you a course description for each class offered at Gresham High School. Our Course Planning Guide also provides information on graduation requirements and programs that are offered at Gresham HS.
Forecasting for classes begins Spring of 2021. Please review the presentations below for further instructions/help with completing your forecasting sheets. Unless otherwise noted, forecasting forms will be submitted during class on the below dates:
- Current 8th Grade: February 22nd
- Current Freshman: March 2021
- Current Sophomores: March 2021
- Current Juniors: March 2021
Incoming Freshmen - Click here for the 2020 -2021 Freshmen Forecasting Sheet
Fillable 9th grade PDF Form (You must FIRST download BEFORE entering any info)
Incoming Sophomores - Click here for the 2020-2021 Sophomore Forecasting Sheet
Fillable 10th Grade PDF Form (You must FIRST download BEFORE entering any info)
Incoming Juniors - Click here for the 2020-2021 Junior Forecasting Sheet
Fillable 11th Grade PDF Form (You must FIRST download BEFORE entering any info)
Incoming Seniors - Click here for the 2020-2021 Senior Forecasting Sheet
Fillable 12th Grade PDF Form (You must FIRST download BEFORE entering any info)
Presentation for current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors: Forecasting Presentation 2020-2021 School Year
Presentation for current 8th graders: Forecasting Presentation Class of 2024
How to forecast classes in Student Vue:
- Log In to STUDENT VUE
- On the left hand side, click “COURSE REQUEST” This will also show you a Graduation Summary status of how many credits you currently have earned.
- Click on the blue button: CLICK HERE TO CHANGE COURSE REQUESTS”
- Required standard level classes have been pre-loaded for you. If you want to put in a higher level required class, click the "REMOVE" button for each semester to delete to class. Each semester has a unique course code, be sure to delete/add both semesters for year long courses.
- Below in the "COURSE ID" box, enter the six digit number for the course
In the "COURSE TITLE" box, enter in the name of the class. Classes will automatically start searching as soon as you start typing.
- Once you find your desired class, click “ADD REQUEST.” Continue adding the classes on your forecasting sheet until you have reached 14 lines. This will give you seven classes for each semester. PLEASE BE SURE THAT EACH CLASS HAS A DIFFERENT COURSE CODE. Most first semester year long classes usually end in the number "1" and second semester end in a "2." Classes that are only one semester long usually end in a "9."
- Next add at least 3 alternates by entering your class choice and clicking on "ADD ALTERNATE" You can add more than 3, but we need at least 3 alternates. They can be either yearlong or semester long or a combination of both.
- Be sure to turn in your forecasting sheet to your School Counselor for us to review. It's important for us to have these forms in addition to the online form, as sometimes bugs get in the system and have been known to delete schedules. We use the paper form as back up to ensure that each student has a schedule ready in the fall.