STAY TUNED! Course request information for 2023-24 will be posted in March 2023.
Here you will find a wealth of information about graduation requirements, technical and in-district classes, Running Start and more! The requirements for graduation and university entrance vary according to the year of graduation. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with these requirements so that appropriate course selections can be made.
Looking for information about Course Requests for Current 8th Graders?
Course Request Information 2022-2023
Course Requests Presentations:
Course Request Resources
Grade specific Course Request Planning Forms
Please make a copy of the appropriate registration form below if you want to fill it out. If you are a new student coming to us from out of district, you can contact the counseling secretary at 425-431-5663.
Course Request Form for 9th Graders (Class of 2025)
Course Request Form for 10th Graders (Class of 2024)
Course Request Form for 11th Graders (Class of 2023)
Interested in Applying for a CTE Course?
More useful information
The STEM Magnet program at Mountlake Terrace High School
The Magnet Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program at Mountlake Terrace High School is an Edmonds School District program of choice that provides a 4-year study program immersed in STEM studies and learning experiences. Click here to know more.
Information on advanced placement (AP) and college in high school (CHS)
Are you considering taking Running Start or e-Learning classes? Go to your counselor! (Information below subject to change)
Running Start and e-Learning are rigorous programs that require a lot of self-motivation and study skills.
E-Learning (open to all grade levels)
- For now, register as if you were taking all your classes at MTHS
- New students to e Learning must complete an online application in the e Learning website. You will need to notify your counselor which class(es) you're planning to take next year so they can complete an enrollment form for you when it becomes available. You'll need to attend the online orientation in the fall before you can start the class.
What is Running Start?
Running Start program is open to all Washington State high school juniors and seniors to take classes in the community college TUITION-FREE. High school students attending a college through the Running Start program earn both high school and college credit at the same time.
Visit our Running Start page here.
Running Start Startup Execution
- If you are new to Running Start, register for all your classes at MTHS and once you complete the enrollment process with the college and meet with your counselor, the classes can be dropped. You must have complete all the steps and meet with your counselor BY April 29th!
- If you are currently a Running Start student, register ONLY for the classes you wish to take at MTHS.
You must have completed all the steps and meet with your counselor BY April 29th!