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Timetables and Request to Change Courses

Jeff Hemstreet

Guidance Counsellor, Canadian Section

Ferdinand Bolstraat 1
NL-6445EE Brunssum
The Netherlands
+31 (0)45-527-8201 Ext 202

Students will be receiving their timetables in their 1st period class on Monday morning.  These will reflect the courses selected by you and your son/daughter back in May when you submitted a signed Course Contract.

No timetable changes will be entertained until Thursday morning August 19th at 9 AM when our online Timetable Change Request Form is activated.  It will remain open until 3 PM on Monday August 30th.

Students with no timetable or with a hole in their timetable will be the priority for the first three days of school.

A few items to keep in mind regarding requests to change timetables:

  • Timetables were built based on the demand that you gave us in the spring when you completed, and your parents signed your Course Contract.
  • In submitting this form, I assume that both the student and the parent have discussed this request completely.
  • ONE online request will be entertained per student.  That said, within this one request there may be more than one course change requested.
  • Many classes are now full and some have been relocated or collapsed based on demand.
  • There is NO GUARANTEE that your request can be accommodated in which case you will need to remain in the timetable that you originally requested.
  • Priority placement in classes will be given to students needing compulsory credits and to senior courses that impact graduation pathways to post-secondary.
  • All students except for grade 12s MUST have 8 courses in their timetable – most grade 12s are entitled to at least one Study Hall period.

I will deal with requests in the order in which I receive them.  

  • Where they are simple and solvable, I will make the change immediately and send the parent/student an email clarifying that the change was made and asking the student to pick up their new timetable from the Canadian Office.
  • For changes that are not possible (class is full), the parent/student will receive an email clarifying that they will need to remain in the timetable they originally chose.
  • For changes that are more complicated, I will call the student down so we can resolve their request in person.  Again, an email will be sent to the parent/student clarifying the action that was taken.

The Timetable Change Request Form will be accessible from Thursday morning August 19th at 9 AM until 3 PM on Monday August 30th.

Timetable Change Request Form


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