Check Your Semester 2 Schedule in IC!
Be sure to check your schedule for next semester and reach out to your counselor if you have any questions or changes. Schedule changes that include adding a new class or replacing a class with a new one should be made before Winter Break. If you plan to level change for second semester, see your counselor now to check if space is available.
Link to the 2024 Schedule Change Deadlines website for additional information.
Semester 2 Schedule Change Deadlines
Jan. 8: Last day to add a new class or level change for a yearlong class.
Jan. 9-16: Schedule changes are not allowed in the first 5 days of school.
Jan. 17-30: Students may either drop a class (Clean Drop) or request a level change.
Jan. 31-Feb. 22: Drop with WP/WF.
Feb. 9: Last day to level change for advanced single-semester classes.
- Feb. 23: Begin Late Drops (Grade="F").
Jostens will be here during Advisory on Thursday, September 7, to provide cap and gown information and distribute order forms to seniors.
Senior photos for the yearbook are due October 10
Senior tributes are due Friday, December 8
Applications are open now and are due by October 23 at 5:00 pm.
Advanced Placement (AP) exam registrations and payments for yearlong and first-semester classes for 2023–2024 begin on Monday, September 11, 2023. If your student is taking an AP class this fall, they need to register and pay before September 29 if they want to take an AP exam in May 2024. For classes being taken only during the second semester, students will have the opportunity to register and pay starting January 2024. Link to the Fall 2023 AP Registration Instructions. Questions? Contact our BHS test coordinator, Marianne Chavez, at email@example.com, or go to our AP Focus Program page.
CU Denver is hosting a virtual FAFSA + CASFA Completion event on October 28, 2021, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm MST. Their financial aid expert will be online to help you fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or your Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA) and answer any questions you may have. Applying for financial aid early is the best way to be considered for funds to pay for your cost of education.
FAFSA applicants: To expedite the FAFSA application completion process, please create your account FSA ID username and password at https://studentaid.gov/. The student AND at least one parent will need to create an FSA ID to electronically sign the FAFSA application.
For Colorado applicants: Most U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens are eligible for Federal Student Aid and will complete the FAFSA application (click here to check your eligibility). However, if you are not eligible to receive Federal student aid, please consider applying for state and institutional funding offered by CU Denver’s Financial Aid and Scholarship Office by creating a CASFA account and completing the CASFA application (Colorado Application for State Financial Aid).
When attending our virtual FAFSA + CASFA Completion event, you will need to have available the following information and documents:
- 2020 Federal Tax Return (with all attachments and schedules 1-5, if applicable)
- 2020 Employer Forms: W-2’s, 1099’s and 1098
- Driver’s License number (if applicable)
- CU Denver Financial Aid School Code: 004508
- Social Security Numbers or Permanent Resident Number for student and parents
- A valid email address for student and at least one parent to receive process notifications
- Estimated amount of Income and Assets (from your bank, investments, business and farm income, if applicable)
Please note: If you are a transfer student starting in Spring 2022 or Summer 2022, please have 2019 income and tax documents as well.
M. Lesa Briggs, M.S. | Assistant Director K-12 Outreach
Financial Literacy Wellness Outreach | Undergraduate Admissions & K-12 Outreach
University of Colorado Denver
The Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE) has partnered with Regent Education to deliver the Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA). CASFA is a safe, easy way to apply for state financial aid if you are a Colorado ASSET (Advancing Students for a Stronger Tomorrow) student. Non-U.S. citizen resident and non-resident students can use the CASFA to apply for institutional aid.
All college rep visits will be held virtually on Mondays. To join these meetings, go to your Naviance account. Click on "Colleges>Colleges Home>College Visits." Oftentimes, you will need to register in advance with the college to attend these meetings. You can use the link provided in the College Rep Visits Calendar to register for a visit and view all upcoming visits. Use the Search Calendar function to check for a specific school.
This is a great opportunity for admitted senior students to meet with an admissions rep from a school they've applied to. It's also a chance for juniors to start meeting with reps as they begin their college search.
College Admission in the Era of COVID-19 Presentation
Former dean of admission, Peter Van Buskirk, assesses the impact of the current health and economic crises on the college search and selection processes. This district presentation was given on October 26, 2020. Watch it now: College Admission in the Era of COVID-19 Presentation.