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Frequently Asked Questions


 

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When and how will I register for classes?

In February, you will meet with counselors and members of the CTHS staff to select your courses. After February, call the  counseling office or registrar.

What courses will be offered? 

The Academic Program of Study will be ready in February and will be distributed through the middle schools and CTHS. It is also available on the web site.


When will I get my class schedule?

Class schedules will be emailed to the parent/guardian email address on file prior to the first day of each semester.


How do I get an Intra district or Out of district transfer form? 

Intra district forms are available on the district website and need to be returned to their current school. Out of district forms can be picked up from District Admission offices.


When will I learn my bus schedule?

In August, district transportation will mail information to each family.


If my Intra district or Out of district transfer form is accepted, will transportation be provided?

No, you must furnish your own transportation.


Will there be a chance for my son or daughter to participate in sports?

There will be many opportunities for CTHS students to be active members of both boys and girls sports teams. Additionally, we are excited that athletes will have the opportunity to work with the varsity coaches of their respective sports.


What are the boundaries for Cherokee Trail?

Download the bound​ary map​ for students in the Cherokee Trail attendance area.


Does CTHS operate as an open or closed campus?

Due to concern for students safety, CTHS is a closed campus for 9th grade.


What kind of schedule does CTHS have?

Students attend on an alternating block schedule. Students meet A day period 1-4 and B day period 1-4.


What are the starting and ending times for school?

Cherokee Trail High School (CTHS) starts at 7:10 a.m. and ends at 2:44 p.m..


Do students have free time during the day?

Freshman students will be scheduled into resource periods or seminars supervised by adults, they may earn their way out of these supervised classrooms if their grades and behaviors meet the expectations of CTHS. First and foremost, we want to provide opportunities for your son or daughter to have a successful academic career at our high school. Upperclassman generally have off periods.


Will there be activity/athletic buses late in the day that my son or daughter be able to access?

No, parents are expected to provide transportation home after activities and athletics.

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