- The student has an incomplete schedule
- The student has a failure from the previous trimester in a prerequisite course based on availability
- The student completed a course previously that is on the schedule (repeat)
- Student has both terms of a class in the same trimester (A and B).
- Classes are out of sequence.
- Seniors missing a graduation requirement.
If you meet the above criteria, PRINT out the form listed below, indicate your name and grade, check the bullet point that applies to you and provide a brief explanation for what needs to be changed. Place the form in your counselor’s mailbox and listen for your name announced over the PA system between classes to come to the Counseling Office. If you do not meet these criteria, the student must make their request for a change in writing and submit the request to Mrs. Kaminski.
Schedule Change Form
The Policy for Adding/Dropping Classes are outlined in detail on the FPS District Site in the Course Description Book .
Class of 2011 and beyond:
have the opportunity to earn a total of 30 credits. If a student
should fail a class, he/she is encouraged to make up that credit.
occasion, a student fails multiple classes. If they should fail
four courses (two credits), their graduation from Farmington High
School is very much in jeopardy. The Farmington District allows a
student to earn up to four credits through classes outside the
district. This includes accredited virtual learning programs,
summer school at other districts, and correspondence classes. All
outside credits to be used for make up credit must have prior approval
from the student’s counselor. Students have four years of traditional
public high school, after that time and they have not received their
diploma by August 31st of their last year of high school, they will
need to contact Farmington Central High School (248.489.3333) about a
Student Assistance Program
FHS can also help support students with issues they may be encountering outside the classroom. For assistance regarding student conflicts, or other non-academic issues, you can contact your counselor, your administrator, or Mr. Danziger