No. Please use your STUDENT skyward access.
Call or visit the Attendance Office. (801) 256-5110
Make sure you have selected Bingham High School and the correct school year in the field to the right of your name.
Yes, you must have a full schedule for both semesters. Make sure you include your core/required classes for your grade level. If you don’t do it now, class selection will be limited.
Contact the seminary to fill out an application (801-254-8195). If you are accepted, it will not show on your schedule (only periods 1-8 are visible).
Try one of the other subjects. Some courses may not be listed by the common name, i.e. Seminary is listed as Release Time; Health is listed as Consumer Health; English is listed as Language Arts. Also, some classes may be listed under multiple categories, i.e. ballroom dance is listed under both Fine Arts and Healthy Lifestyles.
The teacher for whom you are searching may not be teaching that subject next year. You can type in the teacher’s last name and hit search to find all the classes they will be teaching.
If the add button does not work, then it probably means the class is FULL. You will need to choose a different teacher or period. If there is no other option, schedule an alternate course. Waiting for classes to open will limit your choices of other classes.
Yes, you must schedule a full year’s worth of classes no matter what. If you meet the graduation requirements early and have the proper paperwork in place with your counselor and the principal, your counselor will adjust your schedule at the time you graduate.
A schedule will be built for you based on available classes. Many courses will already be full, so you will get whatever is still available – whether it’s one you want to take or not. If you choose to make a change, the counselor will have to do it for you.
If you do not see the the add/remove option that means Arena Scheduling is not open at that time. If you are attempting to build your schedule a minute or so before the window opens, you will need to refresh your screen and click on “Arena Scheduling.” If it still doesn’t work, contact the counseling office.
Always make sure to click on “Next” or the arrows at the bottom of the page to see more listings for that course/period/teacher. It’s just like turning a page in a book.
Click on “Selected Classes.” This will show you what classes you have during what period, and where you still need to add classes. Click on “Available” to return to the available courses.
You will have to make a choice. Every effort was made to build the master schedule with as few conflicts as possible. Unfortunately, there will still be conflicts between certain combination of courses.
Courses are final as soon as you select them. To view your entire schedule, click on “Selected Classes.” You can print out a copy of your schedule the following day.
Audition classes are added by your counselor as soon as the teacher submits the list of selected students. This also includes “student aide” positions.
No. Classes fill up quickly. The longer you wait, the lower your chances are of getting what you want. Fill your schedule with possible classes and then check if other classes open up later.
No. Teachers cannot increase the size of their classes and neither can the counselors. If the class is full, it is full. Do not bring a note from a teacher requesting to add a seat. (This is the equivalent of cutting in the line of students who are following directions. If a seat does open up, it will open on arena scheduling.)
Yes. It is always a good idea to check your schedule occasionally during the summer. Many times courses or faculty assignments change which may drop a class you have selected. Arena scheduling will be open in August so you can fix any changes that may have happened.