High School Registration
New Student Registration
If your student is new to Provo City School District, use this registration form. If you have not logged in before, create a login name and password. Enter your name, NOT the student’s name.
Please fill out the information for one student at a time. All forms in the registration process must be filled out in order to submit the registration. Upon receipt of a completed registration packet, eSchool staff will review, and if all is correctly completed, accept the registration.
Parents must also provide the documents listed at the end of the registration process, namely copies of a student’s birth certificate, immunization record, proof of residency, and special ed (IEP) documentation if applicable. All documents should be e-mailed to email@example.com or faxed to 801-374-4996.
High School Registration
NEW POLICY as of 10/24/17: Provo eSchool is no longer a full-time option for high school students. All students in the Provo School District must be enrolled at Independence, Provo, or Timpview High School. Students may continue to enroll in online courses with counselor permission, but eSchool will not accept full-time high school students nor award diplomas. Current full-time eSchool students may continue their course of study until graduation.
Once registered in one of the local high schools, students may meet with their counselor regarding online courses. The student and counselor, in collaboration with the student’s parent/guardian, then fill out and submit the Secondary Enrollment Form to the eSchool office in person, via e-mail (eSchool@provo.edu) or fax (801-374-4996).
Students who wish to take courses through Edgenuity, please register using the course catalog below:
UPDATE: Beginning Summer 2018, eSchool will no longer be an online course provider for the Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP). This means that only 9-12th grade students in Provo may enroll in eSchool courses.
What To Expect
Students using the K12 program (grades K-8) participate in a hybrid learning system. Some materials and workbooks will be sent home for the student to use as well as having access to their classes and other materials online. The learning coach will guide their student through the courses each day, recording their progress online.
Students in grades 9-12 will receive online access to their courses. All curriculum is found there and students complete and turn in assignments through the online course portal.
Students in grades 9-12 may take courses from Edgenuity or BYU Independent Study. Most core classes are offered by both providers, but most electives are offered by one or the other. See the High School Courses page for more information on individual classes. In general, Edgenuity courses have many small assignments and BYU IS courses have a few larger assignments. Edgenuity courses have a teacher available for help via e-mail or online chat/tutor sessions. BYU IS classes offer free tutoring on the BYU IS campus in Provo, UT.
Provo eSchool no longer enrolls full-time high school students or awards diplomas. However, Provo School District high school students may still take accredited online courses through eSchool that count toward a high school diploma.
Provo School District Graduation Requirements
|9th grade||10th grade||11th grade||12th grade|
|(4) English (3) & Language Arts (1)||English 9 (1)||English 10 (1)||English 11 (1)||English 12 (1) or Other (1)|
|(3) Math*||Secondary Math I (1)||Secondary Math II (1)||Secondary Math III (1)||Optional advanced math|
|(3) Science||Earth Science (1)||Biology (1)||Chemistry (1) or Physics (1)||Optional advanced science|
|(2.5) Social Studies|
World Geography (.5)
World Civilizations (.5)
|US History (1)||US Government (.5)||Optional advanced social studies|
|(3.5) Directed Course work||Computer Fundamentals (.5)||CTE (1)||Fine Arts (1) & Personal Finance (.5)||Fine Arts (.5)|
|(2) PE/Health||Fitness for Life (.5) & Health (.5)||PE (1)|
*Students who take Secondary Math in 8th grade follow the same continuum. Pre-Calculus follows Secondary Math III.
Italicized courses are mandatory.
Classes do not have to be taken in the exact arrangement specified above. All credits must be met, but courses may be taken in different years than suggested.
Credit recovery courses are available for students in grades 9-12 who previously failed a core course. Credit recovery courses cost $35 per term and students are given 5 weeks to complete these courses. Credit recovery course grades do not replace failed grades, but are added into the student’s overall GPA.