• 2024-2025 Course Selection

    How are courses selected?
    Teachers will be evaluating student performance and data to make recommendations for course levels for next year in January 2024. Teacher recommendations will be populated automatically into StudentVUE. Please take teacher's recommendations seriously, and encourage your student to have a conversation with his/her teacher if the student does not agree with a teacher’s recommendation.

    The core classes will be locked in StudentVUE and can only be changed by the school counselor AFTER the individual academic advising session has been conducted. Counselors will meet with ALL students individually to review each student’s course selections and discuss them in depth with their Academic Career Plan and post-secondary options.

    Important Dates:

    • January 18: AP/DE Night in Auditorium at 7:00PM
    • January 25: Rising 9 Night in Auditorium at 7:00PM
    • January 26: StudentVue course selection open for Tuscarora. Teacher course recommendations for the 2024-2025 school year are uploaded for review by parents and students.
    • January 30-31 & February 2: Smart's Mill Middle School Rising 9th graders course selection.
    • Beginning of February: Individual Academic Advising conducted by counselors for current 9th and 10th graders (Class of 2026 & Class of 2027) during Health and PE 9 & 10 classes.
    • Middle of February: Individual Academic Advising conducted by counselors for current 11th graders (Class of 2025) during study halls.
    • March 14: Spring College Planning Night in Auditorium at 7:00PM
    • March 18-21: Dual Enrollment Registration Support during all lunch periods.
    • June 1: Paperwork deadline for Dual Enrollment classes.
    • June 13: Final deadline to make course request changes for the 2024-2025 school year.

    Schoolinks:
    Before courses are selected, please complete the onboarding process in SchooLinks application.

    SchooLinks Instructions
    • Open LCPS GO
    • Click on the SchooLinks Icon
    • Select No, take me through onboarding for step 3
    • Complete the onboarding assessment

    Course Information:

    LCPS Program of Studies 2024-2025: Program of Studies


    2024-2025 Course Selection Sheets:
    9th Grade
    10th Grade
    11th Grade
    12th Grade


    4-Year Academic and Career Plan Worksheet:
    Use this worksheet to help plan a student's four years of high school courses. Academic and Career Plan

    Presentation:
    AP/DE Night Slides


    Dual Enrollment Course Information:

    Dual Enrollment (DE) course offerings in LCPS high schools are determined by student interest, existing course offerings, and availability of teachers possessing the endorsements required to teach the course. Not all DE courses will be available at all LCPS high schools. Students should speak with their school counselor to determine which courses are available at their high school.

    If a student enrolls in a DE course, they may be required to meet certain admission criteria set forth by the partnering college or university. Students will work directly with their high school to determine what those requirements may be and how to register for that course. DE courses through Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) are available for students in 11th and 12th grades, and students must pass the Virginia Placement Test (VPT) administered by NOVA or by a substitute assessment, such as the PSAT or SAT. In addition, there may be certain prerequisites required for specific courses.  If you have questions that aren't covered in the information provided here, please contact your school counselor.

    DE Application Instructions:

    Step 1: Apply to NOVA

    You will be assigned an EMPLID, myNOVA username and temporary password. Save these for later!

    Step 2: Create DUALENROLL Student Account
    • Go to www.nvcc.dualenroll.com/login
    • Select "Create My Account" under new students.
    • Select your high school. Create a login and password. Enter your name, date of birth, and contact information. You must use your personal email address to receive a verification code and activate your account. You may also enter your phone number to receive a verification code to activate your account.
    • Verify your account from your email or text message.
    • Complete account setup and enter your 7-digit NOVA EMPLID (please do NOT use your high school ID number).
    • Check the box to agree to terms and conditions.
    • Enter your parent/legal guardian name and contact information. Select a preferred communication method (email or text).
    • Select your high school counselor and enter your high school student ID number.
    • Click on ‘Finish’ to complete your account set up.

     

    Accommodation for Dual Enrollment Courses - Northern Virginia Community College:

    For students who need to seek accommodations related to their current plans (i.e. 504, IEP) for Dual Enrollment courses offered through Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC), NVCC Accommodations and Accessibility Services Office serves as the approver of accommodations.

    Students and parents are directed to follow the NVCC approval process located here: 
    https://www.nvcc.edu/accommodations/index.html

    Upon completion of an Accommodations Application, students are notified through the student’s VCCS (Virginia Community College System) Google mail account regarding their application. 

    Once accommodations have been approved through the NVCC Office of Accommodations and Accessibility, LCPS Dual Enrollment instructors will then honor approved accommodations.

    The NVCC and LCPS Contract states that “the School (LCPS) shall work cooperatively with the College (NVCC) to implement accommodations or services in a manner which does not fundamentally alter the nature of the dual enrollment course in which the student is enrolled.”

    For further NVCC policy or questions regarding college level coursework and the IDEA Improvement Act of 2004, please consult the NVCC at accommodations@nvcc.edu

    Early Release:
    Use this form to obtain a waiver of the requirement that a student attends school for the full day. Early releases are only granted to 12th graders.  Seniors are allowed to leave school every fourth or eighth block in lieu of having a study hall or elective.  Please note that early release is a privilege and can be revoked at the discretion of administration.   Please click on the link below to access the form.

    Early Release Form



Last Modified on February 15, 2024