Course Selection

It's time to choose courses for the 2021-2022 school year! 

Rising 10th, 11th & 12th Grade Traditional & Remote Students: If you didn't pick up your courseCourse Selection Graphic selection sheet at the sessions in the auditorium on February 18 or 19, you must go to the main office to pick up your sheet.  

Rising 9th Grade Traditional Students: Course selection sheets were distributed to students during PE on February 19. 

Rising 9th Grade Remote Students: Course selection sheets were mailed to homes the week of February 15. 

PHS counselors have summarized the sessions for students and parents so you have all the information you need to make decisions about your classes for the next school year. Click the links below for all the details. 

Rising 9th Grade Course Selection Information 
Rising 10th Grade Course Selection Information
Rising 11th & 12th Grade Course Selection Information

You can also view the 2021-2022 Course Selection Guide for information about all of the classes offered and more. 

For an overview of the graduation requirements for diploma with Advanced Academic Endorsement with Honors, click here


  • Completed Course Selection Sheets are DUE on Thursday, February 25!
    • Course Selection is NOT complete until the LONG course selection sheet is turned in WITH PARENT SIGNATURE. 
    • Rising 10th, 11th & 12th grade students will turn in the completed sheets in the PHS Counseling Center.
    • Rising 9th grade students will turn in the completed sheets to English teachers at PPMS.
  • Counselors will be available on Tuesday, February 23rd from 8-11 am and 1-3 pm to discuss course options with students.
  • If you do not complete the form by the deadline, courses will be selected for you based on teacher recommendations. 
  • Any requests for course changes between February 26 and May 1 will require a $20 schedule change fee.
  • Once you return your form, this is a one year commitment. Once school begins, there will be NO schedule changes. A schedule will NOT be changed just because you are failing a course, including Advanced and AP courses.