​​REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

Consult the Course Description Guide for details about each course.

English Language Arts - 4 credits
ELA I or Honors ELA I - 1 credit
ELA II or Honors ELA II - 1 credit
ELA III or AP Language and Composition - 1 credit
ELA​ IV or AP Literature and Composition or Contemporary​ Communications - 1 credit

Social Studies - 3 credits
History of the Western World or AP European History - 1 credit
US History Since 1856 or AP US History - 1 credit
American Government or AP American Government - 1/2 credit
Social Studies elective - 1/2 credit

Science - 3 credits

Science Enrollment Prerequistes and Path
Biology or Honrs BiologyInformation Guide
Biological Sciences - 1 credit
Physical Sciences - 1 credit
Additional Science - 1 credit

Mathematics - 3 credits

Math Flowchart

Electives - 7 1/2 credits
Computer Technology - 1 credit
Fine Arts - 1 credit
Health and Wellness - 1/2 credit
Physical Education - 1 credit

ELECTIVES

AVID
AVID program information

AVID Program Application Class of 2024

Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Business/Computer/Marketing/Programming Flowcharts and Offerings
business, family and consumer science and industrial technology

Performing Arts
drama, choir, band, orchestra, speech, debate, forensics, journalism, yearbook and broadcast technology

Physical Education
general education, lifetime fitness, aquatics and weights and conditioning

Visual Arts
2-dimensional and 3-dimensional courses

World Language
World Language Incoming Freshmen brochure
French, Latin (through Digital Bridge) and Spanish

Other
cheerleading, drill team, teacher/office/counselor's aide, peer tutoring, CDOP (Career Development Opportunity Program), learning center, gifted​, center-based programs, CAPS and virtual

Some courses may be available through the Johnson County Technical Education Partnership

A study hall application is required for all students interested in taking study hall.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

CAPS: Center for Advanced Professional Studies
Juniors and seniors can join other Blue Valley students to explore interests​ in profession-based learning. Classes are offered in: bioscience, business, technology and media, engineering and human services. Learn more on the CAPS website.

CAPS course options

Career Ready Blue Valley Programs
The following Career-Ready programs are offered through partnerships with Johnson County Community College and outside professinal resources.  Each program has unique requirements and information.  Contact your school counselor for more information about a specific porgram

Special Services
Special Education - Students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) may enroll in Study Skills or Gifted Education, as applicable. IEP students may also be eligible for Career Development Opportunities Program (CDOP) classes. Consult the counselor, case manager or transition specialist for more details.

Summer Program
Learn more on the Summer Program website.

Virtual Education
Students may enroll in virtual courses during the school day as one of their seven courses or as an after school option (fee involved). Learn more on the Virtual Education website.​​​

Virtual information

Virtual Summer course information


NEW TO SOUTHWEST

Students must live inside Blue Valley District boundaries in order to attend a Blue Valley School.  If you are new to the Blue Valley School District, or are returning after having left the District, please go to the District Online Registration page and register your student.  You will be required to provide certain documents and complete all student related info and agreements.  This process will route your student's registration to their attendance school.  No appointment will be made for selecting courses until registration is reviewed by the Registrar.  Once verified for completion, you will be contacted by the Registrar to schedule an appointment.  We cannot accept walk ins.

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WITHDRAWING STUDENTS

Students withdrawing from Blue Valley Schools must contact the Registrar and complete an Official Withdrawal form. The form requires sign off from each of the student's teachers, library, counselor, administrator and bookkeeper. Please allow two days for this process. All books and borrowed equipment, uniforms, etc. need to be returned. Teachers will ​provide a withdrawal grade that can be given to the student's new school.​​

CONTACTS

​FAX NUMBERS

(913) 624-2047 counseling
(913) 624-2038 registrar​​