Create a SchooLinks Account to Review Your Student’s Course Plan

Your student is now using a new tool called SchooLinks to create a personal graduation plan and navigate the journey of college and career planning. Soon, students will begin to submit their course requests for the 2022-23 Academic Year online through SchooLinks.

While counselors have been meeting with students to discuss courses, your input and approval of their course plan is a critical part of this process. Rather than receiving a paper course selection sheet, as in years past, you now will review and electronically sign your student’s course plan in SchooLinks. But first, you must create a Guardian Account in SchooLinks.

To sign up for SchooLinks, ask your student to send you an invitation via email or text. Use the claim code included in the invite to create the account.

View this video for instructions.

Once you’re in SchooLinks, you can review your student’s 4-year course plan, including a plan for the 2022-23 School Year. Take the opportunity to discuss selections with your student. If there are changes needed, your student can make those changes. Through your Guardian Account, you will be asked to electronically sign your student’s Personal Graduation Plan to approve their course selection for the 2022-2023 School Year. Each year, you and your student will have the opportunity to review, revise and approve their 4-year course plan.

Course selection for high school students (including current eighth grade students moving to high school next year) begins Jan. 24 and must be completed by Feb. 25.

Course selection for current middle school students begins Feb. 7 and must be completed by March 4.

If you have questions regarding course selection and SchooLinks, contact your student’s school counselor.