Welcome to our Scheduling Information Page

Welcome to the scheduling process page for the 2018-2019 academic year!

We will add more information year throughout the scheduling process.

Questions may be addressed to Ms. Mary Ann at msy@sjusd.org

Summer School Information

WGHS Summer School will be held at the Willow Glen Middle School campus during our summer construction upgrades.

Summer School Dates: June 11-28
Days: Monday through Thursday
Time: 8:30-1:30
Brunch (free to all students): 10:00-10:30

Current WGHS Students

Important Scheduling Information

Current students receive a one-on-one review of their current transcript, course selection 
counseling, and assistance in selecting their courses during their Social Science Class in the month of March. 



  • The school master schedule will be created based on the courses selected by the students.
  • An early schedule pick up date will be posted when that date is finalized. Students unable to pick up their schedules in person on the pick up date will pick up their schedules during office hours on any subsequent day.
  • Student and parent initiated schedule adjustment requests will be accepted for up to the first 3 days of the academic year for review.  Requests submitted after that time will not be accepted. All requests will be responded to within one week unless the demand of requests requires more processing time. Available space in courses will be limited since the school master schedule is created based on the students' earlier requests. 
  • Students are encouraged to choose their classes wisely as students who drop classes outside of school policy are subject to a drop F grade being placed on their transcript.
  • Students are also encouraged to visit their academic counselor in the College & Career Center if they have questions about their post-secondary plans.
Schedule of Course Selection, Transcript Review and Counseling during Social Science class:


AP Information

AP Information Night

AP information night was held on March 1st, 5:30-6:30 in our Library. The evening will include an informational presentation on the AP course offerings at Willow Glen High School, Followed by a Q & A session.

AP Information During Tutorial Period

Students are encouraged to attend the sessions of the Advanced Placement courses they are interested in learning more about during the tutorial period  on the date below. 


Current 8th Graders

Welcome to Willow Glen High School! Here are some important dates and information regarding the class scheduling process. We look forward to welcoming you in person to WGHS!


  • WG Middle School students coming to WGHS next school year will be visited in their Social Studies classes. The dates for WGMS are scheduled for March 1-8. Students from other middle schools will be contacted by mail regarding course selection. Students will be guided in completing the Schedule Selection Form and submitting a copy. They will also receive a copy to take home to discuss with their parent/guardians.  A traditional schedule for an incoming ninth grade student resembles the following:
      • English
      •  Math
      • Science: Biology, Bio Medical or Honors Biology
      • Social Science: World Geography
      • Physical Education
      • Elective
    • This is only a sample plan. Intervention, Acceleration or Individualized Education Plans require additional scheduling considerations. 
  • Schedule Selection Forms are due to the WGHS main office by April 30, 2018. Students admitted to WGHS later in the year are encouraged to turn in course selection forms as early as possible. Forms may be dropped off in the Main Office or mailed to:
                                             Schedule Selection WGHS
                                                 2001 Cottle Ave
                                                 San Jose, CA 95125
  • We will have a Welcome to WGHS night in May.  All new students to WGHS and their families are welcome to attend.  The presentation will cover sequencing of courses throughout high school, graduation requirements and other aspects of attending high school.
  • Final scheduling occurs at the end of Summer when resources are finalized. A schedule pick up date will be posted when that date is finalized. Students unable to pick up their schedules on the early pick up date will pick up their schedules during office hours on a subsequent day. More information about this will be updated as the date approaches.
  • Student and parent initiated schedule change requests will be accepted for up to the first 3 days of the academic year. Requests submitted after that time will not be accepted. All requests will be responded to within one week of being submitted unless the demand of requests requires additional processing time
  • Students are encouraged to choose their classes wisely. Students who attempt to drop a class outside of the school policy are subject to a drop F grade being entered on their transcript.