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Forecasting

Welcome to La Salle's Forecasting Page

This isn't a page about predicting the weather - this is a page dedicated to helping you plan your future. Read what's here, consider what you want to study, then chart your course for the next school year!

How do you forecast?

First, watch the video that applies to your class:

Next, review registration forms and an FAQ about Forecasting.

After that, check out the Course Catalogue.

Then consider what you want to study. Here's a sample courseload:

Freshman Year Sophomore Year Junior Year Senior Year

1. Catholic Christianity/Intro to Sacred Scripture 

1. Christology & Paschal Mystery 1. Catholic Social Teachings/Catholic Moral Thinking 1. World Religions & Christian Lifestyle or Lasaillian Ministries or Faith & Media
2. English 1 2. English 2 2. English 3 2. English 4
3. World History 1 & Elective 3. World History 2 & Elective 3. U.S. History 3. Economics & U.S. Government
4. World Language or Elective 4. World Language 4. Elective 4. Elective (i.e. Math)
5. Mathematics 5. Mathematics 5. Mathematics 5. Elective (i.e. Science)
6. Physics 6. Chemistry 6. Chemistry 6. Elective (i.e. Language)
7. PE / Health 1 7. Health 2 / PE 7. Elective
(Fine Arts/Speech COM)
7. Elective
(Do you have your Fine Arts, COM, PE credits done?)

All the while, keep in mind these deadlines:

FEB  
23 Science honors applications due for Class of '22
   
MARCH  
1 Science Honors applications due for Class of '21
5
English Honors 2 applications due (Consult your English teacher)
15
Teachers recommend courses for next year in the comment section of P4 Progress Reports in PowerSchool
18 Lasallian Ministries applications due
20 Forecasting info, video and registration forms shared in Falcon Time
21 Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:30-8pm
22 AP World & APUSH applications due (Consult your history teacher)
 25-29 Spring Break
   
APRIL  
1-5

Counselors, Ms. Staggs, Mr. De Ieso help students forecast in PowerSchool in Computer Lab

5  Academic Forecasting Night for Class of '22 (6-8 pm)
   
MAY  
11 Math Level Proficiency Exam to determine placement 8am-12:30 pm (3 sessions)
13 Math Level Proficiency Exam to determine placement 4-5:30 pm
14 Math Level Proficiency Exam to determine placement 4-5:30 pm
28

World Language Placement exam for Class of '23 3:30 pm (after school)

   
JUNE  
14 Math Placement results sent to Class of '23
That's it!
If you have questions, contact your counselor or Vice Principal of Academics Mr. De Ieso.
Happy Forecasting!
 

Interested in AP US History?

In order for your placement to become official, you must print  and sign the form below that compares the expectations and requirements for AP U.S. History compared to the traditional U.S. History class. Have one of your parents sign the form, then return it to Mr. Hegarty. If you have questions, contact him via email or at 503-496-1748.

Interested in AP World History?

In order for your placement to become official, you must print and sign the form below. Have one of your parents sign the form, then return it to Mr. Snow by March 22. If you have questions, contact him via email or at 503-496-1749.