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Class of 2022

Current Freshman Registration Presentation

posted 2/11/19 10:46am
  • power point slide show featuring current freshman course selection 

NHS Course Selection for 2019-2020

Post Date: 2/8/19
 3:05 PM
• School Name: NHS

The NHS course selection process for the 2019-2020 school year will begin Monday, February 11, 2019.
This NHS Course Selection Calendar (Google doc) from NHS Counselors outlines the process and provides information to help current 9th, 10th and 11th grade students select courses for next year.
Teachers will discuss their department’s course options February 13, February 14 and February 15.
Parents should talk with their student(s) about course selection. 
Information about course offerings and guidelines are available in our online Course Catalog.
All course selections need to be entered online by midnight on February 26th. If a student does not enter course requests by this date, their counselor will choose for them.
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