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Elective Online Registration and Course Registration Timeline
Elective Online Registration is now closed. Please contact the Registrar's Office if you missed registration.
Timeline for 2013-2014 School Year Course Registration
Applications for Classics of Film, History and the Holocaust, and Visual Arts classes will be available until Dec. 14, 2012.
For seniors only applications for the Holocaust Class and Film Class are available. All students may fill out an application for Visual Arts Classes. Department Request forms for core classes distributed
Applications DUE to the teachers of the Holocaust, Film Class and Visual Arts Classes. Department Request Forms due to current teachers
|Feb. 21||Process and options presented to students|
|Feb. 21 - 26||On line elective course registration|
|Feb. 26||Registration forms collected by 2nd period teachers|
|Feb. 27 - Mar. 29||Parent/student course concerns accepted|
|Mar 15||Signed request sheets collected by 2nd period teachers|
|Feb. 21-Mar 22||Parent/student course concerns accepted|
|April||Incoming ninth grade class placement|
|April 29-May 1||Incoming ninth grade registration|
|May-June||Master schedule compiled and conflicts resolved|
|July 1||Preliminary schedules available to students on Netclassroom|
|July 1 - 13*||Final schedule review—errors and conflicts resolved|
|July 15*||Final schedules posted to NetClassroom|
*These are final schedules and the Academics Office will not process schedule changes after this date. A new copy of the student schedule will be provided during Orientation in August.
St. Pius X offers a variety of AP courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors, but students in English, Social Studies, Science, and Foreign Language must apply by Dec. 14 and meet qualifications for each course. While qualifications differ from department to department, students are generally expected to achieve high grades in previous department courses, high PSAT scores and students should be willing to commit at least one hour a night to coursework for each AP class. Students not placed in these classes by February 21 may send a written request for a placement reevaluation to the Department Chair. These written requests must be received by March 22. Department chairs will notify parents about AP Placement after spring break. If your freshman will be taking his/her first Social Studies class in the 10th grade, parents with questions about placement should contact
Ms. Kristin Kramer, Social Studies Chairperson.
All upperclassmen register for courses in February and incoming ninth grade students register in April. Preliminary schedules will be available on line through Netclassroom to students in July 1 with instructions to look for errors or request appropriate changes. Once the school year has started it is not appropriate to change electives or drop a one semester elective course for a study hall or unassigned period.
Students are expected to take any full year course (those labeled Y) for the full year whether the course is required or an elective. It is not acceptable to drop the course at the semester except in extraordinary circumstances.
Once the school year has started it is not acceptable to change electives or drop a one semester elective course for a study hall or unassigned period.