REGISTRATION OVERVIEW

  • Registrating for courses each year is a critical part of the high school experience.  Thoughtful course selection and student performance will determine a student's future opportunities. Following the 5-step registration process helps students design a pathway to achieve their future goals. It is important that students and families utilize the support available through their deans, assistant principals, and Ranger Connect teachers.

     

    Before you begin, please watch the Registration Video.

     

     Current Students
     Prospective Students
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    The registration process is an intergral part of each student's digital portfolio. Follow the steps below to better understand our registration process. 
  • Tips to Consider:

    • Team Approach - The best approach to a proper schedule is for students, with assistance from their parents and dean, to carefully select correct choices when they register.

    • Aim High - Select challenging courses in high school to prepare for future educational and career goals. Students who plan to attend college are encouraged to take Ranger U identified courses to earn college credit.

    • Be Selective - Choose elective courses that challenge learning, support interests, allow for exploration, and pursue vocational goals.
  • Before You Begin

    Registering for high school courses is the next step to prepare for college and career readiness:

    Registration can require a great deal of planning and preparation.

    Set aside time to "do your homework."

    Connect with your teachers, family, Ranger Connect teacher and your dean about your plan.

    The course catalog and the Career Pathway Guide should be used within the five step process to ensure you are checking the itmes below. 

    graduation requirements

    career planning

    registration supplemental information

    Ranger U/ CIS/ Articulation 

    Spend time reviewing the numerous topics below BEFORE you complete the planning worksheets and prepare for registration. The more time you spend reading and planning, the better experience you will create for high school and beyond.