Course Registration 2018-19
The information on this page is intended to help guide students through the pre-registration process. Logan counselors present information about the registration process to groups of students by grade level then meet with them individually to ensure that their course selections are a good fit. All students should review the course catalog before registering for classes.
How do I know if I'm ready to take an Honors or Advance Placement (AP) class? Click on any active link below to view a comparison between the different levels and the expectations that each course offers, such as in-class work, activities and homework. Please keep in mind that these comparisons are intended to inform students of course expectations prior to registering for classes and nothing more. Students should also carefully consider their workload when deciding to take more than two Honors or AP classes. Contact your School Counselor if you have any questions.
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View Grade Level Presentations or Download Course Registration Forms
Grade 11 going to 12
Grade 10 going to 11
Grade 9 going to 10
Grade 8 going to 9
- Presentation: IVCMS is on March 22, 2018
- Presentation: CCMS is on March 23, 2018
- Pre-Registration Form
- Honors/AP Contract & Time Management Plan
- Taking math courses over summer to "advance" in math sequence
- 8th Grade Parent Night (March 20) Presentation
Interested in Honors / AP courses?
JLHS supports every students ambition to take on new and demanding challenges, such taking an Honors or Advanced Placement (AP) course. However, the decision to enroll in an AP or Honors class requires a great deal of thought and consideration due to the rigorous work load, high-reaching expectations, and maturity level that these courses demand. We encourage all students to talk to their teachers, counselors, parents, and other trusted advisors about their interest in taking AP or Honors classes so they can feel confident in their decision and better prepare themselves the challenge that lays ahead.
All students taking an AP or Honors class must sign the AP/Honors Contract and submit to their counselor with their registration form.
Read more about Logan's AP/Honors program.
Advancement to AP Science in 10th grade for the 2018 - 2019 school year - Students must complete the following 7 steps in order to take an AP Science course:
- Complete the appropriate form for the course you plan to take (Biology or Chemistry) and immediately return it to your School Counselor so they can properly advise you of the expectations, risks, and better prepare to receive your official Community College transcript indicating that you've successfully completed the required course by earning a grade of "C" or higher.
- Complete the admissions requirements for either Ohlone or Chabot.
- Complete the School Permission Form (Ohlone) or Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment (Chabot) form and have your School Counselor sign it.
- Complete the required assessment at the college for the subject you are planning to take.
- Successfully complete the course by earning a grade of "C" or higher.
- Request an official copy of your transcript from the college -recommend requesting at least 2 copies.
- Deliver the official transcript to your School Counselor before the start of the new school year.
- Enrollment into the requested AP Science course at Logan will occur ONLY after you've submitted your official college transcript to your School Counselor and they are able to verify your passing marks. Students who do not successfully complete the Community College course with a grade of "C" or higher are not eligible to enroll in an AP Science course at Logan - NO EXCEPTIONS!
- Students will be registered in the Fall for whichever class they require (biology or chemistry) if they fail to provide a proper transcript.
Please consult with your School Counselor if you have any questions.
Entering Course Requests Online
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Elective Course Offerings
Elective Courses at Logan
Logan offers a variety of semester-long and year-long elective courses. This video showcases some of our year-long elective courses. Please review the course catalog for details on the course, or see your counselor.
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Institute of Community Leaders
The Institute of Community Leaders is a college preparatory program inside of James Logan High School; it's a school-within-a-school. The students in this program are Logan students who plan on graduating with all the pre-requisites needed for a four-year college or university. This program was designed with a prescribed course sequence that ensures students have every opportunity to meet and exceed the requirements for college. In order to reach that goal students receive both rigorous academic coursework and a variety of support.
Watch video on right or click here to learn more about ICL.