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Registration Information

New Student Enrollment:

New student registration is completed online.  Please follow the process below to complete your registration. 

  1. Complete the Aeries Online Enrollment to begin the online registration process. 
  2. Submit, via email or in-person, the Home Language Survey (Spanish version) and the Confidential Student Information for School Nurse (Spanish version). 
  3. If you have additional documents to submit that weren't uploaded during the online registration process (residence verification, age verification, immunization records), email or drop them off to your School of Residence. 

Note, your registration is not complete until you complete all the steps above. 

Please contact our registrar, Ms. JuDee Stagnoli  for more information.  jstagnoli@slcusd.org

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New and Incoming Student Registration Steps

This includes Cayucos students planning to attend MBHS and new students who have moved to the area and are planning to attend MBHS. You will need to download the Registration Form and save it with your student name. Then please send the form to the Counseling Secretary, Beth Sayler: bsayler@slcusd.org

 

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Before requesting your MBHS classes for the next school year, refer to the following resources to make your most informed course selections: 

  • Graduation Status:  This will show you what credits you have already earned in high school, and what credits you still need to meet Morro Bay High School Graduation Requirements

    •  Log-in to your Aeries portal ­čí¬ click Grades ­čí¬ click Graduation Status

  • College Entrance Requirements:  We encourage all students to maintain 4 year college eligibility so they have the option to apply during their Senior year.  The course requirements tracked in Aeries reflect UC/CSU A- G minimum entrance requirements, only.  MBHS A-G Course List

    • Log-in to your Aeries portal ­čí¬ click Grades ­čí¬ click College Entrance Requirements

  • Course Offerings Guide: To learn about all the courses offered at Morro Bay High School, students should refer to this guide or speak with the instructor who teaches the course.  To determine which level course you should take -- Advanced Placement (AP)/ Honors vs. College Prep – speak with your current teacher or counselor to help advise you.

  • Career Technical Pathways (CTE) chart: Explore career-related interests. 

NOTE: Some of these courses earn you both high school and college credit (i.e. Dual Enrollment)

Deadline Registration Steps: 

October 2023 – December 2023

ACADEMIC PLAN- Input courses for your next school year. This process was reviewed in October 2023 during counselor presentations in English classes.

February 28 - March 11

COURSE REQUEST ENTRY- Confirm and adjust courses imported from your Academic Plan AND add alternate electives.  (See video demo)

Log-in to your Aeries Portal-­čí¬click Classes ­čí¬ click Course Request Entry.   

Confirm and adjust your PRIMARY courses.  You should have 12 primary courses (unless you plan to take a zero pd.), and 4 alternate course. *Make sure to enter the courses by using the 6-digit course numbers listed on the Course Offerings sheet.

FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THE COURSE OFFERINGS WORKSHEET

Turn in the Course Offerings Worksheet to your English Teacher by your grade level deadline.  *See your Counseling Google Classroom for your grade levels specific due date. 

Counseling Google Classroom Codes:

Class of 2027 (Current 9th graders): hbjerev
Class of 2026 (Current 10th graders): 3srn6r6
Class of 2025 (Current 11th graders):  63zm4w2

THE DEADLINE FOR COMPLETING THE ABOVE STEPS IS 

MARCH 08, 2024

MBHS counselors will begin individual meetings with students from March 12–May 28