Welcome to registration for the 2018-2019 school year!
Please see below for all documents used in the course registration of students.
Powerpoint designed to allow students to work with parents from home to complete registration. This year registration will be done via PowerSchool so all students wishing to register on their own must have a login and password. All course selections will still be reviewed by school counselors.
Yellow form given to all upperclassman used for registration.
Bright blue form given to students at Western Exploration. In the case you lost it or were absent, feel free to print your own!
Curriculum Fair presentations and handouts :
Not sure what classes are options? Want to know more about electives? Check it out HERE
Learn the order and what your four year plan could look like by checking out the course sequencing guide. If you came to the curriculum fair, it was the YELLOW form we referenced.
website used to input registration for upcoming school year.
Powerpoint presented by Mrs. Moore to students and parents. Discusses graduation requirements, curriculum changes, and what to consider when registering for courses. Also includes the AP Capstone presentation.
Learn the differences between students designated as 'AIG' in elementary and middle school and how that applies to high school.
Please have your registration forms ready and signed starting this week to ensure you get the classes you would like. Feel free to log on to PowerSchool and get started at home (see powerpoint above for instructions)! If you have specific questions or concerns we will address these when we meet with you!
Counselors at the middle school February 25-27
Additional Resources for Registration
If you are interested in taking a class at Elon in the fall of 2016 you will need to complete this packet and return it to Mrs. Moore. This document also lists the courses you can sign up for, 2 max per semester. at a cost of $250. Must have qualifying GPA and Test Scores.Recommended Elon Classes
ACC Career and College Promise
The Career & College Promise (CCP) program allows qualified high school juniors and seniors in North Carolina the opportunity to pursue college courses (tuition free) while in high school. Students interested must have a 3.0 high school GPA and meet certain test score standards. For college pathway options students must choose from three areas and for CTE credits students can select from 24 different pathways. More information including the application and courses available can be found below! All Applications must be submitted to Ms. Seligman