Important Information Regarding High School Course Selection for the 19-20 School Year

Course Selection Window March 4th-15th

Between the dates of March 4th - March 15th, parents/guardians of rising 9th through 12th grade students (this year’s 8th-11th grade students) will be able to review core course recommendations made by teachers and make online course selections for the 2019-2020 school year. Students and their parents/guardians will be using the PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal to make course selections for the 2019-2020 school year.  Both core and elective course selections must be made. For more detailed course information, families can reference the 2019-2020 High School Course Descriptions (linked below) when making these selections.

Please note that the course selection process can not be completed through the PowerSchool smartphone application.  Directions for creating a PowerSchool Parent account can be accessed here. Students can obtain their PS account access credentials by contacting the counseling department. Please review the attachments below in order to complete this process.

If you need help with your course selection please complete this form, and a member of the counseling department will contact you.

Upcoming Events

High School Open House for New HS Students and Current 8th Grade Students

When: Thursday, March 7th from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where: 535 Building

Optional scheduling assistance will be available during this event

Course Scheduling Help Night

When: Thursday, March 7th from 3:30pm-6:00pm & Thursday, March 14th from 3:30pm-7pm

Where:535 Building Cafeteria (3/7) and 535 Building Library (3/14)

School counselors, teachers, and principals will be available to speak with families of Collegium's current 8th-11th grade students about 2019-2020 course offerings and to provide scheduling assistance.  Attending this event is optional as schedule requests can be completed from home.

Questions? Email hscounseling@ccs.us

Need Help with Scheduling? Scheduling Help Form

19-20 Electives

19-20 Course Descriptions

Scheduling Worksheet

Course Registration Directions

Virtual High School Course Offerings

Virtual High School Sign-Up Sheet

  • Due to the timing of the Spring Break Holiday this year, Collegium will not be able to offer the SAT School Day Administration as originally planned on April 23rd.  Students should sign up for other available dates by visiting collegeboard.org.
  • AP Application Procedure Slide Presentation is now posted on the AP page
  • NEW! Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarships--See Scholarship page for more information
  • 2019 PACAC Scholarship--See Scholarship page for more information
  • NEW!!  Introducing the College Board Opportunity Scholarships--See the Scholarship and Financial Aid page of our website for more information
  • Information for Duke Summer Session for High School Students’ 2019 programs is now available! Check out the Summer Opportunities page of our website for more information
  • There are a lot of Open Houses happening on college campuses all around us. Make sure you are checking the bulletin board so you don't miss out on an opportunity to visit.
  • Make sure you are checking our Scholarship and Financial Aid Resources here on the website and on the board at school.
  • Naviance has changed its appearance. You will now find the x2Vol link at the bottom of your Naviance homepage. 


The mission of our School Counseling Services is to counsel students toward achievement of individual goals, advocate for student needs, and support the pursuit of a college education through a comprehensive and proactive guidance program.

“Today’s young people are living in an exciting time, with an increasingly diverse and mobile society, new technologies, and expanding opportunities. To help ensure that they are prepared to become the next generation of parents, workers, leaders, and citizens, every student needs support, guidance, and opportunities during [childhood], a time of rapid growth and change. [Children] face unique and diverse challenges, both personally and developmentally that impact academic achievement.”

~American School Counselor Association

General Questions and Information
Please email us at hscounseling@ccs.us