Scheduling Classes/Reports

Scheduling Procedures

  • All students are guaranteed enrollment in all required classes, e.g. New Testament. Availability may be limited in elective classes, e.g. Visual Art 2/Drawing.
  • Incoming freshman students are placed into courses after analysis of their entrance test scores, review of personal requests, and assessment of their junior high school transcripts.
  • Transfer students are placed into courses after consideration of their personal requests and assessment of their high school transcripts.

Continuing students review placements and select classes in the second semester for the following year. When maximum class enrollment is reached in elective classes, students are placed in alternate selections. Again, elective enrollments are not finalized until the master schedule is completed. 

Schedule Changes

Students seeking a schedule change may do so at no cost during the Add/Drop period (July 25, 2016 through August 8, 2016) by emailing Mrs. Lori Robowski. Emails are the preferred method of communication and will receive the quickest and most complete response. If email is not available, please leave a message at (408) 342-4216. When leaving a message, include your full name, ID number, the change request, and your daytime telephone number. Please speak slowly and distinctly when leaving a voice message and please call only once. All emails and phone calls will be answered in the order in which they are received. After the August 8, 2016 there will be a $25.00 fee for any change to first or second semester classes. The final date to add or drop a class is August 31, 2016.

Students making a request to drop a course after school begins must have written parent and counselor approval.

Schedule Change Fee

Students will be charged a fee of $25.00 for adding or dropping a class after the add/drop deadline unless the change is initiated by the Administration. Second semester changes must be completed prior to the beginning of the second semester.

Report Cards and Unofficial Transcripts

Report cards are posted to the AMHS webstie at the end of each academic quarter and semester. Unofficial transcripts are also updated and posted. Parents may go to Quicklinks on the website to link to this information.


Transcripts for Alumni

Individuals seeking SAT and ACT results should contact The College Board directly.
Alumni student transcript requests are made by emailing Karen Waterbury, the Registrar’s Office.
Please provide the following information when requesting a transcript:

  1. Graduation name (complete)
  2. Graduation year or withdrawal year
  3. Birth date
  4. Name and address to where transcript is to be mailed

There is a 5.00 fee per transcript and is payable by check. Transcripts are mailed the next business day after receipt of an email request. Checks payable to AMHS should be mailed to:


5000 Mitty Ave

San Jose, CA 95129

Transcripts for Current Students

Individuals seeking SAT and ACT results should contact The College Board directly.

Current student transcript requests are made in writing in the Counseling and Guidance Office. Graduating seniors are allowed ten (10) free copies of transcripts. A final or 8th semester transcript will be sent at no charge to the accepting college or university. Original transcripts are maintained in the Office of the Registrar. The fee for sending additional transcripts is $5.00 per copy that is to be paid at the time the request is made.

Unofficial Transcripts for Current Students

Current students and their parents may view transcripts here on our website. These may be printed as unofficial copies. These documents can be helpful for planning.

Withdrawal Procedure

The parent of a student who intends to withdraw from AMHS must contact the Assistant to the Associate Principal in the Main Office.  The parent must sign the Release of Student Records form and the parent is asked to participate in an administrative exit interview.


Registrar /Scheduling and Student Records
Karen Waterbury