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Course Catalog 2022-2023

Welcome new Ingraham Rams for the 22-23 school year! We are excited to have you in our community! The following information should give you some information about Ingraham as well as instructions on how to register for classes for next year.

If you are not planning on attending Ingraham, please email our registrar, Cindy, cgspencer@seattleschools.org with the school you plan on attending.

Please complete your registration by April 29, 2022. You will receive information throughout the spring about opportunities for new Ingraham Rams to learn more about and get involved at Ingraham including Welcome Wagon on June 15th. New student orientation will be held the first day of school in the Fall. Watch your inbox!

For questions about requirements and registration, please contact your student’s Ingraham counselor:

Leanne Hust, Last names A-Du, lkhust@seattleschools.org

Kathryn Feder, Last names Dw-Ki, kmfeder@seattleschools.org

Jensen Bonney*, Last names Kk-Q, jtbonney@seattleschools.org

Angie Allemand, Last names R-Z, ajallemand@seattleschools.org

*If you are having any technical difficulties, please contact Jensen Bonney.

Welcome new Ingraham Rams for the 22-23 school year! We are excited to have you in our community! The following information should give you some information about Ingraham as well as instructions on how to register for classes for next year.

If you are not planning on attending Ingraham, please email our registrar, Cindy, cgspencer@seattleschools.org with the school you plan on attending.

Please complete your registration by April 29, 2022. You will receive information throughout the spring about opportunities for new Ingraham Rams to learn more about and get involved at Ingraham including Welcome Wagon on June 15th. New student orientation will be held the first day of school in the Fall. Watch your inbox!

Please complete the Microsoft Forms by April 29

How do PE waivers work?  

PE Waivers will be granted for only ONE Semester at a time. A student can only be waived from the credits for physical education. Waivers don’t give credit, a student must take other classes to make up for the missing credits to meet minimum high school graduation requirements. If you participate in an Ingraham sport, your coach needs to sign our PE waiver form. If you participate in an outside sport, you use the same form but use the back to log 80 hours of practice and competition/performance.

PE Waiver Form

How do I participate in Ingraham athletics?  

It’s best to follow the Ingraham Athletics website! The website has the paperwork you’ll need to register, and will also include tryouts and coach information when it’s available.

Ingraham Athletics 

I am interested in band. How do I get involved?  

Each year, our performing arts department publishes their auditions and summer activities.  

Can freshman go off campus for lunch?  

9th graders are expected to stay on campus for lunch. 10th – 12th may go off campus but are expected to return to school in time for class to start.   

Are there clubs at Ingraham?  

Yes! We have numerous clubs and if you don’t see one on the list you want, you can start one! Most clubs meet at lunch, so everyone has the opportunity to take part.

List of Clubs

Do I have the option for honors courses?  

We offer a lot of classes using an integrated honors model where you can pursue honors credit each semester. Your teacher will talk to you at the start of the semester on how to earn the honors credit. Currently in math there is no honors options for Algebra 1.  

What do I need to do to prepare for IB? 

Pass your classes! Our 9th and 10th grade courses will prepare you for taking IB courses in junior year. If you want to do the full diploma, you need to start a world language in 9th grade. Honors is not a requirement!  

Do I need to take health?  

Due to updated district policy, procedure and expectation, all 9th graders should take health unless they are taking a full year of world language AND a full year of music. If this is the case, you will take it in 10th grade when history is only one semester. For the 22-23 school year while we make this transition, your 9th grader may not get health in which they should expect to take it in 10th grade. The one exception to this would be if a 9th grader is taking full year of world language and full year of music, and then they start the IB diploma in 10th grade. 

How many credits do I need to graduate? 

You need 24 credits to graduate. And in a typical schedule, you earn 24 credits in your 4 years, so every class counts! Counselors will follow your requirements closely and ensure you are getting everything that you need but you should follow your requirements too!

Graduation checklist  

What else do I need to graduate? 

There are a few additional requirements: 

  • High School and Beyond Plan: There are numerous tasks in Naviance (that you should’ve started in middle school) that you need to complete throughout your four years. This is supposed to help you learn more about yourself, your goals and what you want to do after high school.  
  • Service Learning: You currently need 60 hours of Service Learning that you need over your four years of high school. There are numerous clubs at Ingraham that work in the community to earn hours. Incoming 9th graders can get up to 15 hours the summer before high school. You need to fill out the service learning form to document your hours. Service Learning form
  • PE Competency test: Any student that does not take the Personal Fitness class will need to complete this before they graduate.  
  • Graduation Pathway: There are numerous ways to complete the graduation pathway, the Smarter Balance test being the most popular. Counselors will be sure to help each student determine the best pathway for them.  

I took high school courses in middle school, will I get credit?  

You can! Per a new district policy, for 22-23 School year, all high school level courses will automatically get put onto your high school transcript. You will have until Junior year to request any courses to be removed.  

What does my first day look like? 

Typically, we have the first day of school split in two pieces. The first piece is dedicated to 9th graders and Link Crew Leaders. 9th graders will be involved in some get-to-know-you activities, get a tour of the school, find your locker, etc! After the first half of the day, all students will come on campus for short periods in order to meet your teachers and get your syllabus.