Class Schedule Planning
- Athletics Information
- Performing Arts
- Schedule FAQS
- Scholarships for 10th Grade Students
- Titan Preview Documents
- What should I be thinking about in 10th grade?
Football: (Coach Knight) Advanced Team Conditioning class available. For more info, including summer schedules, visit the team website: www.syracusetitansfootball.com
Wrestling: (Coach Brown) Wrestlers who are not playing football should add Advanced Team Conditioning to their course requests. For info. on summer camp, contact Coach Brown.
Girls Basketball: (Coach Hamblin) Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team.
Boys Basketball: (Coach T. Anderson) AdvTeam conditioning class is available for those on the team.
Baseball: (Coach Thomas)
Softball: (Coach K. Anderson) Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team.
Girls Soccer: (Coach Allen) Fall sport. Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team. Tryouts are in August before school starts. Summer conditioning.
Boys Soccer: (Coach Allen) Fall sport. Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team. Tryouts are in August before school starts. Summer conditioning.
Debate: (Coach Garofalo) Fall/Spring tournaments held after school and some weekends.
Volleyball: (Coach Vigil) Fall sport. Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team. Tryouts are in August before school starts.
Track: (Coach Berrong and Coach Wheeler) Look for info flyer in May regarding summer conditioning. Contact Coach Berrong with any questions. Advanced Team conditioning class is available 2nd semester for those on the team.
Cross Country: (Coach Rob Wilcox) Fall sport. Look for info flyer in May regarding summer conditioning. Contact Coach Wilcox with any questions. Advanced Team conditioning class is available for those on the team.
Boys Golf: (Coach Denos) Fall sport.
Girls Golf: (Coach Wilson) Spring sport.
Swimming: (Coach Cunningham 801-510-7985) Sept—Feb, practices after school. Conditioning class available.
Girls Tennis: Fall sport
Boys Tennis: (Coach Vorasane) Spring sport
SHS Dance Line/Drill Team: Mandatory meeting held in the spring for all those interested in trying out. Usually in early March. Clinics and tryouts will follow. Must have 3rd quarter GPA of 2.5 to audition. Once making the team, you must maintain a 3.0 GPA. firstname.lastname@example.org
SHS Cheer: Tryout meeting, workshops, interviews and tryouts in the spring, usually early April. Must have a 3.0 GPA and no F’s or U’s to be eligible. Contact Mrs. Bowden for more details email@example.com.
SHS Theatre: Auditions will take place in May for both Fall & Spring productions. Tryout dates and next year’s shows will be posted on the SHS calendar in late April, at which time tryout packets can be picked up in the main office. Contact Crisitne Detweiler, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information
SHS Choir: Tryouts will be held in March in the choir room for Caritas. Contact Mr. Egan for more information at email@example.com
SHS Band: There are 2 concert bands, a jazz band and a percussion ensemble. The Jazz Rhythm section tryouts are usually scheduled in April. Remember lots of scholarships in music! Contact Mrs. Wolf for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHS Orchestra: Orchestra is intended for students who have played a string instrument for at least 3 yrs. There is no audition required. Contact Mr. Brown at email@example.com for more info.
What credits do I need to graduate?
Students must earn 27 academic credits, in the following areas to graduate from SHS:
4.0 English, 3.0 Science, 3.0 Math, 2.5 Social Studies, 0.5 Us Gov’t & Citz, 1.0 PE, 0.5 Fit for Life, 0.5 Health Ed 2, 1.5 Fine Arts, 1.0 Career & Technical (CTE), 0.5 General Financial Literacy, 0.5 Digital Literacy and 8.5 Electives.
You must also make up all U’s earned 9th –12th!!
What if I want to try out for something?
1. Tell us what you are trying out for on your Course Request Form
2. Designate which classes you would like dropped from your schedule (if you make it)
How do I run for Sophomore (10th grade) Office?
Elections will take place in the spring. Watch for the signs at your junior high in late April, portfolios due to
SHS by early May. You must have a 3.0 GPA and no F’s or U’s to be eligible to run for office.
Why would I take Intro to Health?
If you want to pursue a career in the medical field you should take Intro to Health in place of Health Education. Please note that Intro to Heath is a full year class and you must pass all four terms.
Do I need World Language to graduate?
No. However, you will need 2 years of the same World Language 9-12th grade if you want to be eligible for the Regent’s Scholarship, or admission to the University of Utah and many universities outside the state of Utah.
What is a prerequisite?
A prerequisite is a class that you must complete before taking the next class. For example, you must take Clothing I BEFORE you can take Clothing II. The prerequisites are listed next to the name of the class where they apply (*).
How do I sign up for Driver’s Ed?
If you want to take Driver’s Ed during your 10th grade year you must put it on your course request form. You will need to obtain your learner’s permit prior to the first day of class. Cost of the school day class is $80.00.
Can I take Summer Driver’s Ed?
Yes, IF your birthday is June 1st through November 30th. Cost of summer driver’s ed is approximately $140.00. Sign ups start around the first week of May in the SHS main office. You must have your permit. Classes are held the first two weeks of summer break, at SHS. YOU MAY NOT MISS ANY CLASSES—NO EXCEPTIONS!
How do I sign up for Seminary?
You need to list Seminary on your course request. It is a full year class. Early morning and online options must be scheduled through Seminary directly.
Do I have to take Fit For Life?
Yes. Fit for Life is a required class.
Do I have to make up a class I failed in the 9th grade?
Yes. Please work with your junior high school counselor to make up credits you have lost during your 9th grade year.
Do I have to make up the U’s I earned in the 9th grade?
Yes. Any U’s you earn in the 9th grade are part of the citizenship credit you need for graduation.
1. Continue getting excellent grades. Your grades and your ACT score (when you take it) will form your index score which will determine, in some cases, whether you can be admitted to the college of your choice.
2. Take Honors and AP classes when you can.
3. Continue to develop and seek leadership qualities through service to your school and community. An in-depth quality experience with one or two organizations is better than just getting your name on the rolls of several.
4. Be aware of classes that you need to take for scholarship consideration (i.e. The Regents’ Scholarship) and to prepare for college—THE #1 PREDICTOR OF GRADUATING FROM COLLEGE IS THE CLASSES YOU CHOOSE TO TAKE IN HIGH SCHOOL.
5. If you know where you want to go to college, make sure you are meeting their admissions requirements. Some competitive colleges and universities have more demanding admissions requirements than the Davis School District graduation requirements.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have updated our schedule change procedure for this school year.
For the safety of students and staff, and in order to adhere to social distancing requirements, all schedule changes will be done online by clicking on this google form: Schedule Change Request. Please fill it out completely and list alternate courses you may want in case your requested course is full.
Due to the pandemic and restrictions on class sizes this year, teacher change requests will NOT be considered. If you feel you absolutely need to request a teacher change you must fill out the teacher appeal section of the class change form. Filling out this section will not guarantee a teacher change. All requests will be taken to a committee to approve and can only be considered if the class size allows.
The following requests, and only the following requests, will not require a fee:
- adding DTC programs to your schedule
- adding internship to your schedule
- removing a duplicate course (listed twice in your schedule, or taken already over the summer)
- made a sports team, audition only class and it is not on your schedule
- filling a hole in your schedule
- a change has been requested by a teacher
Any changes you want to make for 2nd semester can be done in the counseling center at no charge during October and November, prior to Thanksgiving break. After that, you will be required to pay a $10 fee.
General Schedule Changes:
- General Schedule change sessions are held at the beginning of each semester; one day before the semester starts, and the first two days of classes.
- Students may change schedules without teacher approval.
Appealed Schedule Changes:
- Must be completed within the first two weeks of each term.
- Must be preceded by a teacher, parent, student meeting.
- Appeal forms must be completely filled out and submitted to counselor within the two-week schedule change time period.
After the time periods stated above there will be no schedule changes made or classes dropped.