Course selections for the 2019-2020 school year will occur between February 18th through March 12th of 2019.
Please review your curricular options prior to your meeting for course selection. Your study hall teacher should have your course card to give to you so you may begin selecting your courses for next year prior to meeting with your School Counselor.
Please see the Course Descriptions in order for you to view more information about courses that you are interested in taking.
Please find the Curriculum Guide here.
2/18 - 2/22 (Current 11th Graders)
2/25 - 3/1 (Current 10th Graders)
2/10 - 3/2 (Current (9th Graders)
*Incoming 8th Graders will be done at school visits
CAPE/CAREER PATHWAYS (CLICK EACH PATHWAY TO VIEW COURSE PROGRESSION AND COLLEGE/SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION)
Please view our Schedule Change Policy.
Students will have access to a schedule change form in their first period class on the first day of school, August 15th. They must turn this form in during lunch, in the cafeteria. There will be a counselor in the cafeteria each day during the first week of school to receive schedule change forms and answer any questions. Counselors will not be accepting Schedule Change Forms after Friday, August 24th.
If the student already turned a schedule change form in when they picked up their schedule, please do not turn in another one. Our counselors are in the process of taking care of forms that have already been submitted.
Students and parents are encouraged to log onto Virtual Counselor to view their child's academic history, as well as FSA and EOC scores, schedules and much more. Course requests for the upcoming school year will be done through Virtual Counselor. You can log on and select Course Request from the drop down menu to view your child's course progressions and requests for the upcoming school year.
ACADEMIC COURSE GUIDELINES
The district has developed course progressions for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, designed to assist parents and students choose the most challenging and rigorous courses. The criteria for these course recommendations include Florida Standards Assessment (FSA), Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT), Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), College Placement Test (CPT), as well as their grades in the respective academic course.
Parents/Guardians requesting to change from the recommended course progression must complete a Course Override form. If you have any questions, please contact our Guidance Department at 754-322-1270.