Choose Your Classes
When it's time to choose your classes for the upcoming school year (we call it forecasting), you need to review and complete the forecast form for your grade (below) and your transcript. The form is a worksheet that does not need to be turned in but will help you complete the process easily online. The Curriculum Guide will also be helpful in making wise selections.
- 9th Grade Form (Class of 2026)
- 10th Grade Form (Class of 2025)
- 11th Grade Form (Class of 2024)
- 12th Grade Form (Class of 2023)
When you are ready, complete your forecasting online by clicking the button below and following these steps:
- Once you get logged into the program, enter your Student ID (including leading zero) and your date of birth (format MM/DD/YYYY). This information is located in the top right of your forecast sheet.
- Click the green + sign to add primary classes and the blue + sign to enter alternates. We recommend that you enter your course requests in the same order they are listed on your forecasting form.
- We require students to sign up for 7.0 credits, which is a full class schedule. (Seniors may take less if needed, but remember that 2.5 credits are needed each semester to be eligible for athletics, band, and choir.)
- When you are done and satisfied with your selections, click the blue SUBMIT button.
If you have any questions about forecasting, please contact your counselor or the LHS Registrar.
Some classes have an application process for enrollment. If you are interested in taking one of the following, complete the application and follow the instructions on the form to submit.
The Modified Diploma (MD) is a high school completion document that may be earned by students who have demonstrated an inability to meet the full set of academic content standards required for a regular high school diploma, even with reasonable accommodations.
Learn more about MD facts and requirements here.
LBCC College Now
Through an agreement with Linn-Benton Community College, students may earn college credit for courses taught at Lebanon High School. These credits may transfer to a four-year university, an Associates Degree, or apply toward a technical degree program at LBCC.
Check the Curriculum Guide at the top of this page for a list of College Now classes. Contact the college you are interested in for more information. Earning these credits at Lebanon High School will save you time and money--you will not have to repeat the same course at LBCC. See the links below for information and to apply!
Already Have College Now Credits?
Have you earned LBCC COLLEGE NOW credit in high school? If you will be going to LBCC next year, then your credits will automatically be in your account and you don’t have to do anything!
If you are headed elsewhere, you will want to order an official LBCC transcript. If you are currently in a College Now class, be sure to check the box "Hold for Current Term Grades" to ensure your grade is posted on the transcript before it is sent. We recommend waiting until all high school and college grades are posted before ordering transcripts.