Choosing courses for Fall 2017
For with the upcoming registration for the fall semester of 2017, students in grades 9-11 will be submitting their course requests electronically. Advisement Day will be March 2nd and students will be sent home with course offerings and instructions. Course requests will be able to be submitted through the Student Portal between March 2 & March 15. All requests must be submitted from the Student Portal account but can be viewed from the Parent Portal accounts.
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It is extremely important that your student creates his/her own Student Portal account immediately and completes this process in a timely fashion. Failure to submit a course request, electronically or in print, may result in your student being placed on a wait list for courses in high demand and/or make it difficult to get their first choice of elective classes. You can log in to the Parent/Student Portal at http://abi.capousd.org. There are also helpful FAQ’s and videos to assist you in creating your account. If you have any questions regarding creating an account you can receive assistance by emailing email@example.com.
Applications & Forms
Newspaper - CVHS Times - Coming Soon
Model United Nations (MUN) - Coming Soon
Yearbook Application - Coming Soon
AVID Application - Coming Soon
SPRING ADVISEMENT 2017
Spring Advisement is in full swing. Students have received course offerings for the Spring Semester and must go into their Student Portal to add or view classes. The Parent/Student Portal can be found in the drop down menu of the "I'm Looking For...." section on our website at www.cvhs.com. Portal Instructions
Most student’s schedules will not change. Examples of changes include adding a sport or a CCA (CTE, ROP) class. If you did not receive course offerings or need assistance, students are welcome come by the Guidance Office. Course Offerings
All students will meet with their Academic Advisors the weeks of Nov. 28th or Dec. 5th to discuss classes, academic progress and future course progress. Please make sure you visit the Student Portal prior to November 27th.
Advisement ListServ Message
CAPISTRANO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Advisement for Fall 2016 Course Requests
Throughout the week of March 9-13, core subject teachers (English, Math, Science, Social Science, World Languages) have applied CUSD course placement guidelines to place students into appropriate core subject courses for the 2016-17 school year. Teachers also conferred with their students about the course placement if students and/or teachers felt the placement might need additional consideration.
Yesterday, during 2th period tutorial on Tuesday, March 1st, students received a course offering list for the Fall 2016 semester as well as additional considerations for reference when completing course requests in Student Portal (which are listed below). Beginning Tuesday, March 1th students will have access to Student Portal to enter course requests at the following link: Aeries SIS: Portals
Course requests must be completed prior to March 13; at that time, the Student Portal will close and Academic Advisors will begin meeting with English classes for 1:1 student advisement meetings until April 1st. Guidance team members will be available before school, during passing periods, break, at lunch and after school to answer any of your questions. If you have any questions regarding classes, see your Academic Advisor or go to the CVHS webpage: http://www.cvhs.com/advisement We have converted to conducting most functions electronically. You will be requesting your classes online through the STUDENT PORTAL.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION WHEN MAKING COURSE REQUESTS
· Electives were not chosen for you. Use the course offerings sheet to choose your electives. List an alternative elective in the Course Request screen on the STUDENT PORTAL to increase the chance of getting your desired elective!
· Students entering the 10th grade must take 6 classes.
· Students entering the 11th or 12th grades and are on track for graduation must take a minimum of 5 classes. However, please encourage your student to enroll in a minimum of 6 classes to ensure graduation.
o Students entering the 11th grade with 120 or more credits are on track for graduation.
o Students entering the 12th grade with 170 or more credits are on track for graduation.
· Seek the advice of your teachers regarding your class selection.
· Discuss with your parents.
· The Academic Advisors will choose classes for students who have not completed the process.
o Do not plan on having a 5th and 6th period free. If you are credit deficient in any area you are not eligible to have an open period.
· CHOOSE COURSES WISELY- ELECTIVES ARE ALSO YEAR LONG COURSES AND CANNOT BE DROPPED
You will have the best chance of getting the classes you request if you
COMPLETE YOUR STUDENT PORTAL COURSE REQUESTS
PRIOR TO MONDAY, March 13, 2016.