• Registration Information

    • Current 9-11th grade students will begin registering for their 2019-2020 classes in January 2019.  
    • Academic advisement sessions will include a discussion about student's post-secondary plans and a review of the student's academic recommendations along with their transcript.
    • A hard copy of registration requests will *not* be sent home this year. Student requests will be input in FOCUS under course requests and can be viewed through portal.  
    • Changes to these requests will be accepted until April 18th, 2019. 

    2019-2020 Course Registration Sheet (Front)

    2019-2020 Course Registration Sheet (Back)


    Incoming Freshmen Course Offerings and Academy Information


    Academy registration for 2019-2020.

     To schedule an appointment to register your academy student for the 2019 – 2020 school year please email Mrs. Faustino at faustinos@pcsb.org with the following information.

    Student name

    Parent name



    Current School


    She will get back to you with appointment details. 

  • Schedule Changes

    • Each year, a new master schedule is created to accommodate students’ course requests made during registration in February and March. Faculty members are employed, textbooks are purchased, and rooms are assigned on the basis of these requests.
    • Once the semester has begun, schedule change requests must be made by completing a schedule request change form, which is usually only available within the first three to four days of school. These requests will be honored for exceptional circumstances, as space is available.
    • We DO NOT honor requests to change lunches, change teachers, changed mind, be with friends in a different period, or because personal opinion regarding difficulty of course.
    • If a student signs up for an Advanced Placement (AP) course, he/she will be expected to remain in that course for the entire year.
    • Registration for Dual Enrollment (DE) courses requires schools to follow college mandated add/drop periods. Please speak with your counselor if you have any questions about this.