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Course Selection

2019-2020 Course Selection

Attention 8th graders!! If you wish to request a UHS course for which the GRADE prerequisite was not met please read, sign and submit the Grade Prerequisite Waiver Agreement. This waiver form cannot be used if a student has failed to met the course prerequisite; i.e., you may not skip an entire course. The waiver agreement must be submitted by MONDAY June 24, 2019. No late submissions will be accepted by the Counseling Center. 

Grade Prerequisite Waiver

9th Grade Course Selection

January 31
TCHS is rolling admissions but they do have a Priority Deadline of 1/31/19. Students can still apply after this date. If interested, create a TCHS application account online by visiting www.technicalcollegehighschool.org

February 11
Rising 9th Graders Course Selection Meeting with Counselor

February 13
Course Selection Night for Rising 9th Graders at UHS - 7 pm

February 14
Online High School Course Registration for Rising 9th Graders Opens

March 1
Online High School Course Registration for Rising 9th Graders Closes


Course Selection for Current 6th and 7th Grade Students
  • The 6th and 7th grade course selection night for parents is Thursday, February 28th at 7:00pm.

  • The 6th grade course selection student assembly will be Wednesday, February 27th during Hawk Time.

  • The 7th grade course selection student assembly will be Thursday, February 28th during Hawk Time.

  • All 8th grade students must have their 9th grade courses selected by Friday, March 1st.

  • The course selection window for 6th and 7th graders will be Monday, March 4th - Monday, March 11th.

  • School Counselors will be in the cafeterias during the week of March 4th to answer course selection questions.

6th and 7th grade students will also be completing a course selection reflection form during Hawk Time on Monday, March 4th.  This activity is to help students make appropriate course selections. During the assemblies the counselors will be encouraging students to consider the following: 1) Take time to choose classes that are right for YOU (do what's best for you, independent of your friends’ choices); 2) Have a conversation with your parents; consult with your teachers and counselors; 3) When choosing between Core and Ext-Core make sure to consider your areas of strength, areas of interest, homework/study habits, and extra-curricular time commitments that you may have next year (school sports teams, etc.) - strive for a good BALANCE between challenging yourself academically, allowing yourself time to participate in outside activities, and also have some down-time. in PowerSchool