This is Cascadia's searchable schedule of classes. You can search by subject, online classes, days of the week, time of day or instructor. You also can combine search criteria. For example, if you are looking for English classes offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, select English from the subject dropdown menu and make sure the boxes next to Tuesday and Thursday are the only ones checked in days of the week.
For information regarding open seats in a class click on the item number of the class. A separate window will open in your browser.
Shaded Items = Classes on weekends, evenings, and early mornings

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The section code for each item number contain important information about the class delivery method. See the definition for each code below.

BHS - This section takes place at Bothell High School

C# - This section is part of a linked group of courses

D# - This section has special dates; see notes in the class schedule

H# - This is a hybrid section that combines online and on-campus learning

IL# - This section is part of a linked Integrated Learning experience

LC# - This section is part of a Learning Community

LS# - This section starts after the first day of the quarter

OL# - This is an online section

PF# - This section begins and ends before Fall quarter

S# - This is a "stretch" course. Students have the opportunity to earn credit for a higher-level course

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