Natrona County School District recognizes the importance of offering students more educational opportunities than ever. We invite you to explore these opportunities and choose the ones that best meet your child’s ability to learn during their high school experience. We are honored and excited to have the privilege of serving you.
Please visit natronaschools.org for updated information on administrative regulations such as dress code, attendance, and cell phone policies.
All high schools offer a variety of opportunities for all students to meet graduation and Hathaway Scholarship Leveled requirements. Under each High School tab, there is a list of some specific programs:
- General Course Offerings (Specific to each High School)
- Articulated College Courses (Specific to each High School)
- AP - Advanced Placement Courses (Kelly Walsh & Natrona High Schools)
- IB - International Baccalaureate Courses (Natrona County High School Only)
Pathways Innovation Center (P.I.C.) is an extension of Natrona County’s high school system. Pathways courses of study include college-preparatory curriculum, industry certifications, and internships. P.I.C. offers advanced and professional coursework for 9th through 12th grades.
Course Catalog Guide
Course Number (Master SCED - 00000X)
A course that has four (4) letters and then numbers (Master SCED - XXXX0000) signifies a course that is eligible for college credit.
The courses listed for each high school are best organized by selecting one of the desired Content Areas (-Any-).
Additional course information can be found by clicking on any course name. Course Descriptions, Weightedness, Credit, and Course Designations (i.e., Hathaway, NCSD Ranking, NCAA Eligibility, etc.) specific to each course can be found in this section.
The courses listed for each high school are best organized by selecting one of the desired content areas (-Any-). These courses will be offered according to enrollment minimums. Insufficient registration numbers may result in course cancellations, requiring students to make alternate selections.
The counselors will explain the registration process and the time at which registration materials will be distributed. Students will have a scheduled day on which to complete the registration process.
Transfer Student Registration
Students transferring from another school may enter their new school for credit in classes that we can match as long as the time since withdrawing from the previous school does not exceed 12 school days. An administrator may grant exceptions for extenuating circumstances.
Class schedules are developed with information from student requests made during spring registration. Choose your courses wisely, as you may be unable to adjust your schedule. Changes will require a valid reason, parent signature, and counselor approval.
The principal may remove students from courses for disciplinary reasons. Students requesting changes that involve unusual or special consideration must have these changes approved by a principal.
The fees charged for some courses are suggested to help pay for consumable materials used in the course. However, students should not be deterred from registering for these courses if this fee is a hardship for their family. Please get in touch with the school Principal for information on assistance with fees.
|Kelly Walsh High School
Principal: Mike Britt
3500 E. 12th, Casper 82609
|Natrona County High School
Principal: Aaron Wilson
930 S. Elm, Casper 82601
|Midwest High School
Principal: Matt Korkow
256 Lewis, Midwest 82643
|Roosevelt High School
Principal: Bryan Honken
3000 Independence Ct., Casper 82601
|Pathways Innovation Center (P.I.C.)
On-site Assistant Principal: Chris Usry
3000 Independence Ct., Casper 82604
NCSD Administrative Cabinet
|Superintendent Elect & Associate Superintendent
|Associate Superintendent Elect
|Dr. Charlotte Gilbar
|Dr. Trevor Mahlum
|Chief Financial Officer