Course Selection & Registration for 2021 - 2022
Welcome to Course Selection & Registration for the 2020 - 2021 school year! We are excited you will be joining us and look forward to getting your class chedule complete.
Course registration for new spring 2022 students is underway!
New students who have not previously been enrolled at NCCA will receive directions and all required links for course registration via email once the enrollment process has been completed. Please refer to that email and reach out to your school counselor with any questions. Once your schedule has been determined, you can see it under "Course Requests" on your Edgenluity student dashboard once logged in.
Elementary School - Students in grades K through 5
Students in grades Kindergarten through fifth grade will have their courses assigned by the scheduling team at NCCA. Students will be scheduled for one course in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, as well as health/physical education.
Middle School - Students in grades 6 through 8
At the NCCA Middle School, core courses (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies) will be assigned by the scheduling team at NCCA. Students will take English, Math, Science, and Social Studies on a year long schedule, Health/PE one semester, and one elective course the opposite semester. The information collected in the MS Elective Course Registration Form is crucial to completing your class schedule.
New Middle School Students who have not been previously enrolled at NCCA and are looking to begin January 2022, will receive the link to the MS Elective Course Registration Form via email when you receive your Edgenuity login credentials so be on the lookout for that email message once you have successfully completed the enrollment process.
High School - Students in grades 9 through 12
The NCCA high school counseling department attempts to schedule students for 2 core classes and 2 elective courses each semester. Your course placement and schedule will depend on which courses you have already earned high school credits for, if you are on track for graduation, your post secondary plans, and course capacities.
The graduation requirements set out by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction are detailed in the High School Course Catalog. The year you entered ninth grade will determine which set of requirements will be applicable to you. Please review those requirements closely and keep them in mind when selecting your courses for the 2021 - 2022 school year.
High School - Schedule Changes
Once returning NCCA students have selected their courses and completed registration, it is expected that the student follow that schedule for the upcoming academic year. Much attention and effort has been given by the scheduling team to create a master schedule that provides the greatest number of students with the best schedule possible. The Team, does everything that they can to provide students with the courses they select during the course registration period - please understand that the Team creates these schedules under certain parameters, i.e.: some courses are offered fall or spring only, some courses fill up quickly and meet capacity before others, etc.
When schedules are constructed and distributed to students, changes may only be made for to the following reasons:
The student has no schedule or an incomplete schedule,
A different course is needed for promotion, graduation, or post-high school plans,
The student has passed and received credit for a course that they have been scheduled for, or
The student has previously failed the course with the assigned teacher.
Reminders about schedule changes:
Students may only request a schedule change within the first 10 days of being enrolled in a course.
Students are not allowed to drop a course after the first ten days of enrollment in that course.
If a student withdraws after the ten-day window, a "withdraw failure" (WF) is noted as the grade on the students high school transcript, and the course is counted as a course attempted with no quality points earned. This action will result in a lower grade point average for the student.