Timetabling for High School Teachers

A free web site for high school timetabling has been created by Dr. Jeffrey H. Kingston, an Honorary Associate and researcher at the School of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney.

Any number of times, meetings, student groups, teachers, rooms and other resources may be entered. Features include double periods, triple periods etc., even spread of meeting times through the week and between morning and afternoon slots, preassigned times and resources, resource capabilities, unavailable times, hard and soft workload limits, staff meetings, runarounds, electives and other complex meetings. After all requirements are entered, the site will produce a timetable, usually in about ten seconds, which can then be evaluated, displayed in several formats, or downloaded.

For more information, visit the KTS High School Timetabling System.