Login to PowerSchool, then click the Applications icon there (box with arrow at upper right), then click the Parents app link in the panel that pops up. You will end up back on this site, logged …
PowerSchool. PowerSchool is IMSA’s Student Information System. Use one of the login links below to access the section of PowerSchool you require: Parent/Student Login (aka the Public Login) Teacher Login; Admin Login; Google GSuite for Education. Use the link below to access IMSA GSuite for Education email: GSuite for Education Email; Google ...
Select the MySchoolBucks link/button on either the Balance page or the MySchoolBucks page (both reached via the tabs on the left in the PowerSchool parent portal). To see general information about the student fee and payment plan for IMSA parents, see 2019-2020 Student Fee …
How to register a PowerSchool parent account. IMSA parents, this describes how you can open a login account with our IMSA PowerSchool system. (Where this says just “parent” we mean parent or other legal guardian and by “student” we mean an IMSA student related to that parent/guardian.)
IMSA parents, this describes how you can login to IMSA’s online student-registration system where you can then access and complete the registration forms. Step 1: Login to PowerSchool. Visit https://sis.imsa.edu/ and log in to your parent/guardian account.
As a parent of a new IMSA student, you will undoubtedly have questions arise that were not answered during your other contacts with us. ... Powerschool– Can be accessed by students and parents to check student attendance, grades and comments.
The Student Life staff at IMSA believes that it is a student’s responsibility, during the student’s three years at the Academy, to reach the student’s full potential in all areas of development with a special emphasis in leadership.
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The College and Academic Counselors (CACs) collaborate in the development and delivery of college application materials, financial aid, college admission testing, as well as all course selection and scheduling processes, academic counseling and intervention programs.
This resource is for members of the IMSA community to participate in online learning opportunities, both formal and informal. It is primarily for full-time residential students in the three-year program.Other students should visit our other Moodle system: learning.imsa.edu.