HS Advising or MS Course Selection

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Dates: Late May – June 30, 2020


HIGH SCHOOL (9th Grade)

Each student and at least one parent/guardian will meet with their designated advisor to create an Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP), and select their first semester courses.  The ICAP helps a student identify a career cluster (grouping of careers) that interests them, or a specific career, and then links what they are interested in doing in the world of work with courses, extracurricular activities, and postsecondary plans.


MIDDLE SCHOOL (6th-8th Grades)

Students will take two elective courses in addition to five core classes.  Students will have the opportunity to select their top three academic elective choices for the upcoming year.  CEC cannot guarantee that students will get their top choices, however we will do our best to fulfill those requests,


Information on how to sign up for your high school advising meeting or choose middle school elective courses will be provided after attending a required Wolf Welcome.