High School Academic Planning
Core Class Comparisons - information to help you compare standard, honors, AP, and IB courses
- For information about particular electives, visit the HS Electives Fair Site. Student will need to log into their FCPS Google account to view the site. Parents, please ask your student to log in for you if you would like to view the content on the HS Elective Fair Site
Course Selection for 2023-24
School Counselors are excited to have the opportunity to meet individually this year! Please note that students will be meeting one on one with their Counselor and will NOT need to reach out directly to schedule a time to meet. The schedule for each grade level is shown below. If students have taken a course like HPE over the summer or are not currently enrolled in the course (not to worry) Counselors will still find time to meet with students during that scheduled time frame.
Rising 12 Academic Advising: Feb 13—Feb 24 in English
Rising 11 Academic Advising: Jan 30—Feb 10 in HPE 10
Rising 10 Academic Advising: Feb 27—March 10 in HPE 9
Students not enrolled in above/online course will meet separately
What can students do to prepare for our meeting? Please use this time to consider 7 course selections and 3 alternate electives after reviewing the following resources:
-Conversations with the current teacher during Academic Days of Emphasis January 12 & 13
-Virtual Electives Fair website for short videos of Robinson offerings
-Rising 11th or 12th grade students on track for the IB diploma should be meeting with IB Diploma Coordinators, Ms. Vu and Ms. Cho, prior to their academic advising window.
Course Change Requests Policy and Deadline: June 16th, 2023
Students may make changes to their course selections until March 17, 2023 – after this date, course request changes will only be made on a space-available basis. If students wish to be registered for a “closed” course after March 17, they will be placed on a waitlist. All requests for changes to course selections must be made before June 16th, 2023.
Course Change Policy for High School Students