January 25, 2014
want to take a computer course or a business course. What do I do?
ANS: You must preregister for
the course you want first. You do this beginning on Saturday, January 25, 2014
at 5 PM. Only those preregistered for a seat will be allowed to register when
that time comes.
if I preregister for a course and decide not to take it?
ANS: You must see Mr. Sciame in
W-201-C and let him know. He will adjust the lists accordingly, which will
allow a student on the waiting list to be admitted to the class.
friend preregistered for a class. The class is closed, and I missed out. Can my
friend let me take that spot?
ANS: Unless you are next in line
on the waiting list, this cannot be done. It is not fair to those on the list.
tried to preregister, but could not. Now the class is closed. Can I get in?
ANS: I am afraid the answer is
no. The Prep has no control of extenuating circumstances in this process.
there classes that are easier than others?
ANS: All classes are
introductory classes. There are no pre-requisites. All classes are set up as
if I register for a class that I did not pre-register for?
ANS: If you do this, you will be
asked to see Mr. Sciame, who will ask you to select an alternative class.
a problem preregistering for Health or a Social Studies class. Can you help me?
ANS: Mr. Sciame cannot, but Mr.
Fischetti (Health) or Mrs. Hausserman (Social Studies) can help. Please go to
the chairperson of the appropriate department for help.
will I know that my preregistration was successful?
ANS: Starting on Monday, January
27, there will be links on the Preregistration Page to class lists for each
class. Go there and look for your name.
need any signatures from Mr. Sciame?
ANS: No. However, if you wish to
take Computer Electronics and/or JAVA Programming, you must see Mr. Sciame to “sign
into the course.” Mr. Sciame will contact those students directly with more
any requirements for any of the classes?
ANS: The only requirement involves the H
Period classes: Students who are on the Chronic Late List will not be
considered for these classes.
Please see Mr. Sciame in W-201-C if you have other questions.