Registration for classes for the 2020 - 2021 School Year
The date for current SRMHS students (rising 10-12) to begin selecting courses for next school year will be announced soon. Students will be working with their counselors, teachers, and parents to select appropriate courses that lead toward completion of graduation requirements.
Rising 9th Grade Information
**Rising 9th-grade students will register at their current middle school. Parents with questions about course selections should contact the middle school counselor at their child's school.
However, incoming Freshman/9th Graders who need to register for the 2020-21 school year and are not attending a WCPSS, should use the form below to register and review the course selection guide to review the course description:Registration Tips and Information Tips and Instructions Powerpoint Instructions for selecting courses.Powerschool and Claiming Your AccountClaim Your Account Beginning July 2015, access to HomeBase/PowerSchool REQUIRED the process of claiming your account through NCEdCloud. If you have not accessed your PowerSchool account this school year, you must claim your account before proceeding to the PowerSchool instructions below.PowerSchool Instructions Instructions for logging in and selecting courses through the Class Registration link.Whom To Ask Provides a quick one-page guide to faculty and staff who oversee particular programs. See the people on this list if you have a question about a program or class.
Course Recommendation Waiver Form: Students wishing to take a core class they were NOT recommended for by their teaccher (i.e. Honors English and recommended for Academic) should select the class they were recommended for and print and complete the waiver form from the link. Complete the form, get parental signature then turn the waiver form with your course verification sheet to your grade level Counselor, in Student Services.Advanced Placement (AP) Contract: Students are encouraged to challenge themselves academically and may be interested in taking Advanced Placement courses. SRMHS offers 18 AP courses. Students are challenged to complete college-level work and may earn college credit with successful scores on AP exams. To learn more about AP classes, visit the College Board website.Why Should I Take an AP Class? Thinking about challenging yourself and taking an advanced class? Read about how AP classes can help you reach your goals.
World LanguagesWorld Languages - Recommendations
Program Information and ApplicationsCareer Internships Seniors interested in working in their field to gain experience can apply for an internship. See Ms. Frazier in Student Services for information.
Tryouts and Auditions
Band (Information coming)