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2018 -2019 Course Selection Process

​The Smoky Hill Course Selection Process will run from January 24 until February 10 using Naviance Family Connection.  Students will attend counselor presentations where they will learn about how to select courses using Naviance.

To watch an instructional video on how to pre-register for next year's courses please click on the below link:

Instructional Web Video

(Click on link to watch)

1. Read course descriptions and department flowcharts in the 2018-2019 Program of Studies BEFORE you choose any classes. You can view the Program of Study under documents below. Copies are also available for student use in the Smoky Hill Library Media Center, Counseling Office, and department resource centers.

2. Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are required to take six (6) classes each semester with four (4) of those classes in the academic core areas (English, Social Studies, Math, Science, World Language). Seniors are allowed to take (5) five classes each semester with four (4) of those classes in the academic core areas.  All teacher course recommendations for next year can be found on your Naviance account.

3. Choose your courses VERY carefully. Your 2018-2019 schedule is built according to your course selections and schedule repairs are only granted for specific academic reasons.

4. Use the graph below to help map your course selections before you enter your courses in Naviance.

Detailed course descriptions can be found in the 2018-2019 Program of Studies (attachment is below). 

10th Grade Course Selection 2018.pdf
1/30/2018 8:45 AMQuintana, Craig
11th Grade Course Selection 2018.pdf
1/30/2018 8:45 AMQuintana, Craig
12th Grade Course Selection 2018.pdf
1/30/2018 8:46 AMQuintana, Craig
9th Grade Course Sheet (18_19 SY).pdf
1/30/2018 8:45 AMQuintana, Craig
CTE Course Catalog CC 2018-19.pdf
1/30/2018 8:46 AMQuintana, Craig
PreReg Presentation 2018.pptx
1/30/2018 8:51 AMQuintana, Craig
SH Program of Study 18-19.pdf
1/30/2018 8:46 AMQuintana, Craig
SHHS Credit Check Form.pdf
4/22/2015 9:58 AMQuintana, Craig
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