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HBCU College Fair


Historically Black Colleges and Universities organization is holding an information fair at Woodbury High School on Thursday, November 15, 2018, from 6:00 - 8:30 pm.  For more information, click here.


2018 - 2019 Trimester 2 Schedule Change Request

Students please read carefully! Please talk with your parent/guardian about your request.
Schedule changes are rare and are made for the following reasons:
  •  “Empty” on your schedule
  • Already had the class
  • Did not take or did not pass the prerequisite
  • Elective changes may be considered on a space available basis
  • Inappropriate academic level
Changes will NOT be made to accommodate:
  • Teacher requests
  • Lunch requests
  • To have the same class as your friend
  • Sport schedules
If you have an empty spot on your schedule for 2nd trimester, please complete the online form.
If you have already taken the class or did not complete the prerequisite, please complete the
online form.
Requests for elective class changes , please complete the online form. This will only be changed if there are seats available.
Elective changes will not be made after November 26.
If you feel you are in an inappropriate level . Please complete the google form and print the year long course change request form.
Process for requesting senior study, student aid, independent study, or weighted class study
  • Pick up the correct form in the Counseling Office or print out the form here.
  • Read the form completely!
  • Complete it and return it to the Counseling Office.
  • Do not make an online request.
Student Aid Form (juniors and seniors only)
seniors only)
If you have a request for 3rd trimester, please wait to make that request.




Full-Year Course Drop/Add Instructions

In extremely rare cases a student may request to drop a year-long course.  To make such a request the form must be completed with signatures from both the student's parent/guardian and the teacher of the course before submitting the appeal to the Counseling Office.



Thinking You Would Like a Tutor?

The East Ridge National Honor Society offers student-to-student assistance with ERHS coursework.  Click here to request  help.





Students and Parents – click on the SchoolShelf logo to access helpful information about:

  • Academic Skills
  • Student Development
  • Parent Involvement
  • Career Exploration
  • College Planning



Directions for Requesting Transcripts Through Naviance


***You must pay the transcript fee on FeePay before transcripts will be sent to your college.

If you are requesting a transcript for a Common Application school, you MUST see your counselor first!!

Directions for requesting a non-Common Application school transcript are as follows:

  • Log in to your Naviance account (your user name is your student ID number. Your password is your computer password).
  • Click on “Colleges I am Applying To”.
  • Click on the pink plus sign on the right hand side of the screen to add a college.    
  • Search for the college in the first field titled “Which college are you applying to”.
  • Choose the “App Type” (this is an important step).
  • Indicate how you are submitting your application under “I’ll submit my application”
  • Click the box indicating whether you have already submitted your application.
  • Make sure everything is correct and click the “ADD AND REQUEST TRANSCRIPT” button.
  • Indicate what type of transcript you are requesting. If it is your first transcript for that school, please choose Initial.
  • Click “Request and Finish”.
  • Continue to add all of your colleges by following these same directions.


ONLY REQUEST A TRANSCRIPT ONCE FOR EACH COLLEGE. If you have questions about whether or not it was sent, please see Mrs. Kadrlik in the Counseling Office.

Naviance Transcript Fee Payments


Payment of the $15 Senior Naviance Transcript fee is through the FeePay system. Transcripts will not be sent unless this fee is paid. Please click here to pay your fee. Once you are in the FeePay site, click on the picture.

NCAA Eligibility

If you want to play NCAA college sports at a Division I or II school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. You need to qualify academically (2.3 GPA or above) and you will also need to be cleared as an amateur student-athlete. The NCAA Eligibility Center helps high school student-athletes transition to college. The online content gives student-athletes and counselors a broad look at the initial-eligibility process and detailed information about common eligibility situations.


Parents' Responsibility for Underage Drinking

Parents: Did you know that you are criminally responsible for underage drinking on your property?  Click here for information  about the Social Host Law in Cottage Grove, St. Paul Park and Woodbury.



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High School Program of Studies