Changes: Drop and Add
spring, students had the
responsibility to select appropriate courses for the coming school year.
Students received recommendations from their classroom teachers,
counselors, and parents before completing their program request. A
master schedule was formed from these requests and every attempt was
made to give each student the best schedule possible.
If the schedule you receive requires a
change consistent with the reasons listed below, plan to attend on the
assigned date to drop/add classes. If the student is unable to attend, a
parent may come in the student’s place.
Reasons for Schedule Changes:
- obvious errors or omissions of
selected or required courses
- not having six classes each semester
- correction due to failure of a course
- completion of a summer school course
- placement at Oakland Technical Center
- placement in dual-enrollment
- successful completion of the
"Testing Out" program
- have not met pre-requisites for a
Students requesting a schedule change
should report to the Student Services office on the appropriate day and
during the noted times. Since it is important that we hold to this
schedule, it may be necessary to re-arrange work or athletic schedules
in order to take care of this task.
Only teacher recommended changes will be made during the first week of
school. Please make sure that you bring the signed copy of the schedule
change permission form with you to Drop/Add.
Only - TBA for 2013-2014
Juniors Only - TBA for 2013-2014
Sophomores Only - TBA for 2013-2014
Only - TBA for 2013-2014
Make-up Day -
TBA for 2013-2014
- TBA for 2013-2014
of School Schedule
Thursday, September 6, 2012 is the
first day of school for all high school students. We will follow the
schedule listed below. Homeroom assignments will be posted
throughout the building on the first day of school as well as on
Freshmen Opportunity Day.
As part of the 2012-2013 approved budget the district will be continuing with
the pay-to-participate fees for middle school and high school sports. The pay to
participate fee for sports is $175 for both high schools, and $85 for both
middle schools. There is a family cap of $850 per year.
In addition, an annual one-time activity fee will be charged to cover other
extra and co-curricular activities such as leadership, debate,
Science Olympiad, drama, Model United Nations, etc. This fee is to be paid once
each year, allowing students to participate in as many programs as they choose.
This fee is $30 for middle school and $50 for high school.
September 19, 2012 beginning at 7:00 p.m., parents and guardians are
invited to the school to meet their students' teachers and visit their
classrooms. This is a great time to establish contact with your
student's teachers and learn all about the school rules and course
expectations. Schedules will be available in the high school Commons.
For time purposes, please bring your students class schedule.
This year’s schedule is as follows - 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. - Classes begin, please be
South Lyon High School Curriculum Fair
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
6:30-7:00 p.m. auditorium
presentation for incoming 9th
7-8:30 p.m.- fair -commons and gym
Learn about South Lyon High School and all the programs we
Students and parents welcome.
and SAT Tests
The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test) will be
given on at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at South Lyon High School. This test, which takes
approximately 3.5 hours, is the entry for all college-bound juniors into
several national scholarship programs, including the National Merit
Scholarship Competition. Sophomores who are taking Algebra 2 are
encouraged to take the PSAT, as well, for practice. To be considered for
the National Merit program, sophomores will retake the PSAT in their
The PLAN (practice version of the ACT) is designed
for sophomores and will be given to all of our sophomore students during
the Fall MEAP testing session. Fall testing day is October 17, 2012 the MEAP Plan and practice ACT will be given on this date as well as the
Senior Symposium. If you
have questions or need information please call your student's counselor.
College Entrance Exams
Seniors who will be
applying for admission to a 4-year college or university should register
for either the ACT or SAT as soon as possible. Juniors should plan to
register in April or June. Michigan schools prefer the ACT, and it
is one of two steps toward eligibility for the Michigan Competitive
Scholarship Program. Some scholarship programs and highly selective
out-of-state schools may prefer the SAT I. (See your counselor to learn
which test you should take - or if you need to take the test with the
new MME rules.)
|September 8, 2012**
||August 17, 2012
|October 27, 2012
||September 12, 2012
|December 8, 2012
||November 3 , 2012
|February 9, 2013
||January 12, 2013
|April 13, 2013*
||March 12, 2013
|June 8, 2013*
||May 3, 2013
|October 6, 2012**
||September 7, 2012
|November 3, 2012
||October 4, 2012
|December 1, 2012
||November 1, 2012
|January 26, 2013
||December 28, 2012
|March 9, 2013*
||February 8, 2013
|May 4, 2013*
||April 5, 2013
**Recommended for Seniors
* Recommended for Juniors
+Late Registration Deadlines require a late fee.
Registration materials are available in Student Services. Students may
also register online.
Check out these web sites for more information about these two tests:
here to view the MME