Class Registration

Registering for Classes

We will offer several opportunities for the Class of 2022 to enter their course requests for the 2018-2019 school year.  An evening presentation will be held on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 6:00pm in the theater.  The presentation will include distribution of registration materials and instructions from the Counseling Department.  Students will be able to register for classes immediately following the presentation.  A walk-in registration will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 8-11am in the library and Tuesday, February 13, 2018 from 3-5pm in the 2nd floor lecture hall.   

To view a list of courses offered at Heritage High School, check out The Prospector.

Mathematics Information for Out-of-District (including Littleton Academy and Littleton Prep) Students Registering for Classes

All out-of-district students (including Littleton Academy and Littleton Prep) wishing to take honors math at Heritage High School will need to take an exam. This includes incoming freshmen AND older students planning on transferring to Heritage.

Please plan on attending either Tuesday, January 30 or Wednesday, January  31, 2018 from 4 - 5:30 pm at Heritage High School in the 3rd floor lecture hall for a written exam.  You will need to bring a pencil and a calculator. You do not need to sign up in advance to take this test. You will not be eligible to take honors math without completing an exam.

For all current Algebra I students, they will take the Honors Geometry entrance exam. This exam mostly covers Algebra I skills such as solving equations and linear functions.

For all current Geometry students, they will take the Honors Algebra II entrance exam. This exam has 2 big sections: Algebra I and Geometry. The Algebra I portion covers a full year of Algebra I from solving equations to factoring quadratics. The Geometry portion includes (but is not limited to) vocabulary, angle relationships, similarity, and right triangles (including SOHCAHTOA). If students are looking for Algebra practice, I recommend they check out IXL for skill practice.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to email Amanda Glerup (HHS Co-Math Chair and Exam Proctor) at aglerup[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us.

9th Grade Honors English

To get information about the 9th grade Honors English program, please follow this link to the three documents posted on the Language Arts department page. One of these forms is a student self-assessment commitment form.

 

AP Human Geography

If you are interested in taking AP Human Geography as a freshman, please make sure to read the Intro Letter and complete the Recommendation Form before signing up for the class. For any additional questions, please contact Jackie Peach at jpeach[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us.

Staying Connected to HHS

  • Parents should make sure they have a login to the Campus Portal so they can check on attendance, grades, fees and other student information. These accounts are generally created at the district when a parent enrolls their student. If parents have questions about their Campus Portal account, they can contact Nate Ubowski @ nubowski[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us.

  • Student Campus Portal accounts will be automatically created when they are enrolled and will allow them to check attendance, grades and fees and enter course requests in the spring.

  • Once parents and students have logged into their accounts via the web, they can download the Infinite Campus App for their smart phone or tablet so they can access their accounts from their mobile devices. Directions can be found here. Users should also set up their Campus Portal security settings (under Account Management) to help them should they ever forget their Campus Portal password.

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