PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FOLLOWING HAS NOT BEEN UPDATED FOR SCHEDULING FOR 2018-19
Before a student can determine course selection for the subsequent school year, he/she needs to understand the details of his/her Personal Graduation Plan (PGP). A short video explaining the PGP can help students grasp his/her future courses.
Scheduling courses for the 2017-18 school year for freshmen, sophomores & juniors will be conducted primarily online. Before a student begins the process, he/she should watch an overview video that explains The Foundation Plan, Course Selection & Scheduling for 2017-18.
CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE ONLINE SCHEDULING FORM FOR 2017-18
DUE DATE: FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 2017
High school graduation is based on House Bill 5, which allows for a more individual path through high school to create students who are college & career ready. Please visit our HB5 Graduation Plan section of the website for more information.
A list of courses offered at CSA next year can be found here: Courses Offered at CSA 2017-18
Description of Electives offered at CSA next year can be found here: Elective Descriptions 2017-18
According to subject & coherent sequences, a list of typical tracks offered at CSA can be found here: Typical Tracks of Courses at CSA 2017-18
A list of available methods to take courses outside of CSA can be found here: Courses Other Than CSA Overview
Students interested in enrolling in AP courses should look at the CSA AP PreRequisites
Students can earn COLLEGE CREDIT during high school! To find out how, check out: How Do I Earn College Credit
To determine if a student is eligible to take the HB5 College Preparatory course in English or Math, he/she can look at: CSA HB5 ELA College Prep Course Offering Determination Chart 2017-18 or CSA HB5 Math College Prep Course Offering Determination Chart 2017-18.
Students may need help determining his/her college & career goals. CSA helps develop graduation plans with current 8th graders, who took the ONET Interest Profiler to find out where his/her interests were to help determine his/her personal graduation plan.
Achieve Texas is a great website where students can explore all 16 career clusters, along with associated programs of study. Here is a short description of the various programs of study: Brief Descriptions of Programs of Study. For just a list: Programs of Study Master List.
The state also provides plenty of information about HB5, explaining the details of graduation including endorsements, distinguished level of achievement & performance acknowledgements.