Course Selection Resources
This will be a helpful event for students and parents to explore all the awesome elective and extracurricular options at Churchill High School. We are hosting the course fair at Churchill, starting in the library at 5:45 pm. Whether your student is an incoming 8th grader or rising senior, hear directly from Program Directors about On Ramps, Dual Credit and Alamo Academies. These programs allow students multiple pathways to earn college credit that could save thousands of dollars in post-secondary schooling. Also, explore courses that are available next year through the multiple displays and staff available throughout the evening.
Advisory & Planning
Current 9th grade February 6 - February 10
Current 10th grade January 30 - February 3
Current 11th grade February 13 - February 17th
Counselors will advise students on course selection for next year. Elective and academic teachers will promote courses for next year. Students are encouraged to use the four-year planning tool to ensure they incorporate all graduation requirements over the four years of high school. Current students are encouraged to review their transcripts that can be viewed in the portfolio tab in Skyward Student Access. The Career Plan option in Skyward can also be helpful for progress on required credits towards graduation. For a helpful guide on required courses, use the Foundation High School Program.
Counselors will work with students to enter course selections in Skyward together. All students will receive course cards and handouts to help with course selections. (See Directions to Enter Courses in Skyward.) Skyward opens for students to enter course selections using Skyward Student Access on January 23. The deadline for students to enter and/or make changes to course selections in Skyward is February 17. After February 17, changes will need to be submitted to the students’ counselor. All course changes must be made prior to May 26.
In-Person Churchill Course Fair
Jan 23, 2023 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm)
Endorsements and Programs of Study:
Endorsements consist of a related series of courses that are grouped together by interest or skill set. Students must select an endorsement in the ninth grade. Visit your school counselor to learn more about your options. Students may earn more than one endorsement.
WC Career/Tech Elective Choices organizes the career and technical electives offered at Churchill.
NEISD Endorsement Guide visually organizes the endorsements and pathways offered within each NEISD high school.
NEISD Programs of Study provides information for programs of study including Industry-Based Certifications offered.
TEA Graduation Toolkit provides definitions for terms helpful in planning for graduation.
Glossary of Graduation Terms gives information for planning your high school years and beyond.