At Archbishop Hannan High School we believe that education requires a strong partnership between our parents/guardians and the school. In order to facilitate this process we utilize Edline, an education web portal solution, to ensure timely communication between the school, parents, and students in regards to grades and classroom activity.
Edline provides both the students and parents the capability to view grades and their current averages in all their classes at any point throughout the semester, eliminating the need for mid-term report cards. Teachers also update class information such as, project information, test dates, and in particular situations, class notes to assure students know what is happening in each class. Edline allows parents and students the opportunity to:
- View class information
- Track your child’s progress in classes
- Access to the class and school calendar
- Download class syllabus and contracts provided by teachers
- Much more
Your Edline Account
Edline provides a separate user login name and password for both students and parents. This information is handed out a the beginning of each academic year and remains the same until graduation. Students and parents must activate their own account seperately in order to access the grade and homework information pages. As is true for any online service, the parent and student are responsible for recording their own screen name and password. Parents should never share their password and screen name with their child. Families with multiple students enrolled at Archbishop Hannan have the option to combine their accounts or use separate accounts. If you did not receive your activation code or have forgotten your login name and password, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with both your name and student’s name.
To begin using your Edline account right now, just follow these easy steps:
- Make sure you have your personal Edline Activation Code. Please email our Technology Director if you have not yet received your activation code.
- Go to www.edline.net and Click on ‘Click here if you have a new activation code.
- Fill in your Activation Code. Your school may give you one parent code for each child. If you receive several parent codes because you have several children, enter each parent code one after the other. Then you can view all your children’s information from the same login account. If you happen to receive the same code for the same child twice you do not have to enter it again. Click “Activate This Code” once you have entered all codes.
- Make sure to provide an email address you regularly access. Report cards, progress reports and grade updates will be emailed to this address. Thus, it is very important you update this email address with any changes. You will receive a confirmation email from Edline. Your account is not active until you click on the link provided in the confirmation email. If you do not see the confirmation email, please check your spam folder.
- Follow the remaining steps to create your Edline Screen Name and Password. When asked if you already have an account, click “New Account” if this is your first time using Edline. If you already have an Edline account, click “Combine Accounts” to add this child to your existing account.
- On the last account activation page, print the “Student/Parent Quick-Start Guide” so you can make the most of Edline. After this, you no longer need your Activation Code – you will always use your Screen Name and Password to access Edline.
- Never share your password or information with your child or anyone else.
The Edline service is a “self-managed” service which will occasionally request that parents/guardians confirm your e-mail address. It is each parent/guardian and student’s responsibility to update their e-mail address in Edline when necessary. Changing your e-mail in Edline does not notify the school’s administrative offices of your new e-mail address. Please e-mail the school’s registrar with any changes to your e-mail to ensure that our administrative system reflects the correct information.