For all returning students, the selection of classes for the upcoming year will take place in the Spring Semester. Counselors and Administrators will meet with students individually and recommend courses based on academic performance, graduation requirements, and personal interest. After counselors have met with students and recommended classes, it is the student’s responsibility to return the official registration form with a parent’s signature for class selection. IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR, ALL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO THE SCHOOL FOR THE CURRENT YEAR MUST BE MET. Any student who has not fulfilled his/her financial obligations will not be allowed to register for classes and will lose his/her opportunity to reserve a spot in desired courses.
Once the course selection form has been returned, the counselors will begin scheduling students. Schedules will be completed by the end of the second week of July and mailed to students. Students and parents may not make teacher requests. There will be no schedule changes granted for the purpose of changing teachers, changing periods, or a change in elective courses that directly impacts core courses.
Please note that every course listed in the St. John XXIII College Preparatory Course Selection Guide may not be offered every academic year. Course offerings for any given year are determined by the number of students requesting entrance to specific classes. Classes that have less than ten students requesting entrance may not be offered.