SVL Registration: Fall 2019

  • Registration for Fall Semester 2019-20 will remain open until Friday, Sept. 13. 

  • Directions

    Many SVL courses are year-long enrollments and are noted as such in the SVL Course List and the registration system. Students who request a year-long course (by selecting the A section for first semester, FALL 2019), will also be enrolled in the corresponding B section of the same course for second semester, SPRING 2020.

    To complete our registration process:

    1. Determine which course(s) you would like to take. Check out our Course Catalog for a full list of courses with descriptions or download/print this one page guide.
    2. Visit the SVL registration site.
    3. Complete all portions of the online registration form and submit. Once your form is submitted, you will receive a copy of your registration by email.  
    4. Print your registration form, sign, and get your parent/guardian's signature.
      *Make sure all information on your form is correct. If corrections are needed, you can correct the form or create a new registration form.
    5. Take your signed registration form to your school counselor.
    6. Your school counselor will sign the registration form and send to the SVL office.

    After the SVL office receives your registration form, watch for a confirmation email from SVL. The confirmation email is your notification that SVL is reserving a spot for you in the requested course(s) for the upcoming semester.

    If you have any questions, please contact the SVL office at 354-7545 or SVL@spokaneschools.org.
     
    All students will be entered into courses based on the order that SVL receives their completed registration paperwork.

What's the difference between A & B sections?

An A section is the first semester of a year-long course and a B section is the second semester.  One of the advantages of SVL is the flexibility to take courses that may not be offered in your building.  SVL is able to offer A and B sections during both Fall & Spring semesters with the following exceptions:

Fall Semester

  • A sections of World Languages courses only
  • A sections of AP courses only

Spring Semester

  • B sections of World Language courses only
  • B sections of AP courses only
  • Fitness options for student athletes

    Student athlete fitness courses are for high school students only. Through SVL, student athletes can meet the activity requirement of their fitness courses through participation in school or community-directed sports. Student athletes simply enroll in their fitness courses through SVL and complete the academic portion of their fitness course online during the semester. Student athletes should match up their season to the corresponding semester. 

    Students participating in community-directed sports must meet all three of the following criteria:

    • Be supervised by a coach at least three times per week
    • Participate in competition outside of training
    • Accrue at least 60 hours of activity within the semester
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  • SVL Policies & Expectations

    Please review the following documents prior to registering. Students intending to take an SVL class must agree to these terms, conditions, and policies as online learners.