2018-2019 Course Selection Information

Students will have an individual registration appointment with their counselor as outlined in the schedule below. The course selection appointment with the counselor is just one piece of the registration process.

2018-19 Academic Planning Guide

Below is a timeline of the entire 2018-2019 registration process.

Prior to December 22, 2017:

Teachers meet with students and make recommendations for 2018-2019 courses. Please contact individual teachers with any questions or concerns regarding student course recommendations.

January 12, 2018:

Course recommendations become available on Home Access Center for current students in the Class of 2019, 2020 and 2021. Recommendations are based upon standardized test scores, first semester grades and/or teacher recommendations.

January 18, 2018: Advisement Day

Counselors will visit all English classes to explain the registration process, which includes handing out a course selection worksheet.

January 22-26, 2018: Course Selection for Class of 2019 

Counselor Registration Appointments for the Class of 2019 (current Juniors) during their English class to select 2018-2019 courses.

January 29- February 2, 2018: Course Selection for Class of 2020

Counselor Registration Appointments for the Class of 2020 (current Sophomores) during their US History class to select 2018-2019 courses.

February 1, 2018: Class of 2022 Open House

Class of 2022 Open House: Incoming 9th grade students and their parents/guardians will receive course recommendations and have an opportunity to learn more about curricular and co-curricular options.

February 3, 2018: Course Selection for Class of 2022

Counselor Registration Appointments for the Class of 2022 (current 8th grade students) to select 2018-2019 courses.

February 5-8, 2018: Course Selection for Class of 2021

Counselor Registration Appointments for the Class of 2021 (current Freshmen) during their PE class to select 2018-2019 courses.

Please Note:

Once courses have been selected, changes will only be made for the following reasons: enrollment process error, failure in a prerequisite course, successful completion of a summer school course or scheduling conflicts.

February 2018:

Decisions will be made regarding what courses will be offered based on enrollment.  Some students may need to speak with their counselor to select a different course if a course has been cancelled due to under enrollment or has been closed due to over enrollment.

April/May 2018:

Some students will need to speak with their counselor during this time to assist in resolving a schedule conflict. Students may need to select a different course to resolve the conflict in their schedule.

August 2018:

All students must report on Schedule Pick-Up Day to resolve any outstanding balances and to pick up their final schedule  Course changes will only be made for the following reasons: enrollment process error, failure in a prerequisite course, successful completion of summer school course or scheduling conflicts.

Once the school year begins, a student must go through the formal drop process in order to have a class removed from their schedule. Course drops cannot be initiated until the end of the 4th week of any given semester. A student will not be allowed to drop a course, if, in doing so, he or she would fall below the 6 credit class minimum requirement.