• Registration Information 

    Registration for current North 9th - 11th graders - January 5 (3:00pm) -22 (3:00pm), 2018
    2018-2019 Registration PowerPoint:  Registration PowerPoint 2018-19
     
    Courses Available 
    2018-2019 Registration Quick Guide - abbreviated list contains course titles, prerequisites, grades class is open to and forms needed.
     
    2018-2019 Comprehensive Registration Guide - entire guide to registration including descriptions of classes. NOTE: This is a large PDF document which you can download and save to your computer.
     
    New Courses for 2018-2019
     
    Incoming 9th Grader Information
    2018-2019 9th Grade Parent Night Letter - Monday, January 8 at 6:00 pm
     
    Presentations from the Parent Night 
     
    9th Grade Parent Orientation - The Core at North High
     
     
    Registration Instructions
    For current North High Students
     
    Maplewood students
    MMS 8th graders will register at school on Thursday, January 28 with help from their teachers and North High registration staff.
     
    John Glenn students
    JGMS 8th graders will register at school on Thursday, January 28 and Friday, January 29 with help from their teachers and North High registration staff.
     

    Other 8th graders interested in enrolling at North High

    • Private Schools within ISD 622 - students will receive registration information through the ISD 622 Non-Public School Counselor.
    • All new enrollees should contact the ISD 622 Enrollment Center, located in the District Education Center, 2520 East 12th Avenue, North St. Paul or visit www.isd622.org/enrollmentcenter to get the necessary materials to enroll in ISD 622.
     
    Registration Forms
     
    Course Request Forms (If printing use 8 1/2 x 14 paper) 
     
    Trying to register for Intro Into Phychology online?  Use Course number 12565 instead of 12562.  

    Zero Hour Request Form - Zero Hour

    Band & Choir Dual Registration Form - Band & Choir Registration
     
    Teacher Recommendation for Enrollment in Limited Classes - Limited Enrollment

    Independent Study Request Form - Independent Study 

     

    Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) Forms

    For more information about Postsecondary Enrollment Options visit the North High PSEO page. If you have further questions you may ask your counselor.
    PSEO 18-19 Contract (includes contract as well as transportation and ListServ form)
     
    916 Career and Technical Center Options
    This program offers students hands-on learning opportunities that allow them to explore their passions while earning high school and/or college credits. This program is targeted towards Juniors and Seniors.  If you have any further questions, see your counselor! 
     
    Credit Check Forms
     

     

    Sample Schedules Based on Goals & Interests (2 pages each)
    These are examples of schedules which concentrate on a specific area of interest. The first page is a basic schedule which concentrates electives in an area of interest while the second page is meant for college-bound students seeking to strengthen their knowledge in a particular area.
     
    Make sure to keep track of your credits so that you meet the graduation requirements in addition to taking classes in your area of interest. For example, if you are interested in pursuing
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Additional College Preparation Course Recommendations 
    Students should use their North Credit Check form for their graduation year (above) when enrolling in classes designed to prepare them for post- secondary education to make sure they are meeting all graduation requirements as well.
     
    Subject Recommendation
    English Four years of English
    Mathematics Three years of mathematics, including rigorous courses in Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II
    Natural Sciences Three years of science, including rigorous courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
    Social Studies Three years of Social Studies
    Additional Courses Some colleges and universities require other classes as prerequisites for admission, such as two or more years of the same foreign language or courses in the visual arts, music, theater, drama, dance, computer science, etc.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Source: ACT