Registration for Los Alamos High School 2016-2017 school year is rapidly approaching.
Registration will be held in August.
The Los Alamos Public School District is excited to announce an online student registration/data validation system for the upcoming school year, powered by InfoSnap. The system is a secure and green process that will allow the district to verify all student demographic, emergency, and medical information for students prior to the start of the new school year. Additionally, the system will allow electronically signing of the annual permission forms. 
When it is time to fill out the online form, you will receive a letter/email from LAPS with instructions on how to access the system for your student. The letter/email will contain a link and a secure “snapcode” that links directly to your student’s information. You will create an account that you will use each year for this process and submit a form for each student in your family. For those families with more than one student attending LAPS, you will have the option to copy all generic family information to all other students within your family. We would appreciate all families to take action and complete these forms as soon as possible after receiving the letter/email. Your student’s registration will not be complete until the forms have been submitted. If you do not have access to the Internet, you may visit the respective school site and use a school computer to complete the process. If you have any further questions, please contact the school office or Pierce Jones via email, or by phone (505) 663-2660. 
There will also be an online version of Athletics registration for the Middle School and High School using InfoSnap. If you do not have access to the Internet, contact your child’s school and you can make an appointment to use a school computer to complete the process or we will still make paper forms available if parents do not wish to use the online registration process. 
NOTE: New Students do not need a “snapcode” you may begin the registration process by clicking on the link below:
Returning Student Registration click here.
NEW TO THE DISTRICT Online Student Registration ONLY click here.
Student Athletes:
After registering your student for school please be sure to register your student athlete through InfoSnap
We are no longer registering through FamilyID.

We hope to open the PowerSchool portal on: Information coming soon
Once the portal is open, you will be able to view your student's schedule. You will use this to pay fees (see information on Paying Fees below).
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your student's schedule (including schedule changes), please note that you will not be able to make changes on the Registration days. You will be able to make an appointment to meet with your Counselor at a later date.
Registration Appointments
Through PowerSchool. Important: Course assignment IS NOT based on a first-come first-served basis. Selecting courses early will not guarantee placement, nor do course requests reflect a student's final schedule.
Paying Fees  (You cannot pay your fees on InfoSnap)
Once you have seen your schedule, you can pay your fees for this school year by paying here at Topper Freshman Academy/ LAHS pay fees. (On any LAPS campus please use Safari to be able to access payment link) Please note that ALL students pay a $50 agenda/activity.
Please be sure to bring your receipt with you to Registration.
Invoices for past years' fees and fines were mailed out earlier this Summer. You can stop by LAHS to pay the fees, mail in a check, or pay it online through PayPal (see link above).
**You will not be able to continue the Registration process until you have paid all fees & fines (including past years’ fees/fines).**
Course Loads
Freshmen and sophomores are required to take seven (7) classes each semester. A Students who is removed from a class is expected to remain off campus during any dropped course. That student becomes the responsibility of his/her parent or guardian during that class time.

Juniors are required to take a minimum of six (6) classes each semester and the 6th class can include concurrent or dual enrollment. Seniors are required to take a minimum of five (5) classes each semester. The principal can waive these requirements if an extenuating circumstance exists. Any request to the principal for a waiver must be submitted in writing. Juniors and seniors who have an unsupervised period are expected to abide by the conditions of the unsupervised contract.
It is the student's responsibility to pick up a copy of the contract and return it to the Guidance Office with a parent or guardian signature.
Placement for Algebra 2/Trigonometry
At the end of the first semester of each year, math teachers complete placement forms for a math class for each student for the following year. Some Geometry students wish to be placed in Algebra 2/ Trigonometry. This class is an accelerated class in which students receive 3 semesters of credit in 2 semesters. Students need to be aware that a minimum of a B average must be maintained to stay in the class. If a student's grade drops below a B, s/he will be moved to a regular-paced Algebra 2 class. Substantial work outside of class is required.

In order to be placed in Algebra 2/Trigonometry, four criteria must be met:
1. A's in Algebra 1 both semesters.
2. A's or B's in Geometry.
3. A score of 23 (out of 30) or better on the pretest.
4. Teacher recommendation.

The test will only be given on the dates above unless alternate arrangements are made by January 16. If you are undecided about taking Algebra 2 or Algebra 2/Trig, you should take the test since these two dates are the only options for taking the pretest. You may not sign-up for Algebra 2/Trig without taking the pretest.

If you have any questions, please contact your student's math teacher.


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Last Modified on February 3, 2017