Course Registration

Course Registration

To register for classes for the upcoming school year, please select the appropriate category below and follow the outlined steps for registration.

If you need to request a schedule repair, fill out this form.

  • November 30th – Career Development Center & Innovation Center Registration Opens
  • December 1st – Open Enrollment Opens
  • January 8th – Career Development Center & Innovation Center Registration Closes
  • December 15th – Open Enrollment Closes
  • January 25th – Erie High School Registration Opens
  • January 27th – Class of 2025 Registration Night
  • January 29th – Classes of 2022, 2023, & 2024 Official Registration Date
  • February 1st – Erie High School Registration Closes

Dear Erie Tiger Families:

Choosing classes is one of the most important decisions students make during their high school career. Research (and common sense) has shown that students who take academically rigorous courses in high school are the most successful after graduation. Over the past few years, we have added several new classes to the core curriculum and electives as well as in our Academy of Engineering and Aerospace, Advanced Placement Capstone program, and the Erie Tiger Network. EHS students may also take classes at St. Vrain’s Innovation Center and the Career Development Center.

My hope is parents and students will approach course registration as a team and spend sufficient time reviewing this course description book and choosing classes. Our primary goal as a school is to build a master schedule that maximizes the number of student course requests met. This is a complex process. Once the master schedule is completed (spring), schedule changes will be made only if a student is missing a graduation requirement. This reiterates the importance of choosing classes wisely. As you reflect on class selection, the following questions may be beneficial:

1. What are my goals after high school? As students progress through their four year career, they tend to gain a better understanding of what they intend to do after graduation. Reflecting on the results of the career cluster survey from Advisory class is also helpful.

2. Have I set realistic expectations for my schedule and workload? The most successful students set realistic expectations and select classes accordingly. Students who get overwhelmed have typically over-extended and find themselves unable to keep up with homework, studying, athletics, co-curricular activities, etc. The other side of that coin is students who coast through their freshman and sophomore years without a plan and then discover in their junior year of high school that they have not taken a rigorous enough load of classes to be college-career ready.

3. Have I considered broadening my horizons by taking a new class? High school is a great place to try something new – art, broadcast journalism, drama, engineering, leadership, etc.

4. Have I considered taking an honors, Advanced Placement, or Front Range Community College class? My hope is that every student will consider taking at least one class that is at the honors, Advanced Placement, or college level. There are honors and AP classes in nearly every subject area at EHS. If you are considering taking your first AP class, my best recommendation for you is A.P. Human Geography. Erie High offers several college classes

We are committed to helping students achieve their dreams and making Erie High the very best, comprehensive high school in America. Good luck in your class selection. If you have specific questions about selecting classes, be sure to check in with the counseling department.

Thank you for your support of Erie High School and GO TIGERS!

Matt Buchler
Principal

Step 1: Watch the Grade Level Considerations video for your class

Step 2: Watch the How to Check Your Credits video & complete the Course Selection Sheet for your class

Step 3: Watch the How to Register for Courses video

Step 4: Log into Infinite Campus and register for the 21-22 School Year through the Academic Plan tool

Make sure to click Save and then you are finished! Congratulations!

St. Vrain Valley School District will approve up to 2.0 credits of online course work taken outside the district while students are enrolled within the district. Below are programs already approved by the district.

Click Here for Keystone Online
Click Here for Florida Virtual Academy
Click Here for BYU Online Independent Study
Click Here for Mizzou Academy*
Click Here for University of Nebraska High School*

*These programs offer online courses that are NCAA approved.

A Parent Guide to Section 504 is designed to provide parents with a short overview of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as it pertains to St. Vrain Valley School District. While Section 504 defines the equal access requirements for students, employees, and other individuals, this publication will focus on students. This information has been organized around questions parents frequently ask when trying to understand this civil rights statute. Please note that when working with disabled students, Section 504 serves the same purpose as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Concurrent Enrollment allows students in high school to earn college credit by taking classes at the community college or college level. There are some additional steps students need to take to register for these classes. Please check the resources below for the most current information. If you have specific questions about concurrent enrollment you can always reach out to your counselor.

Students who have failed specific core courses have another opportunity for success through the SVVSD eCredit Recovery Program. St. Vrain Valley School District offers this hybrid credit recovery program that allows students to recover credit by retaking only the concepts in which they were previously unsuccessful through a blended learning model. The eCredit program uses the award-winning K-12 software-based curriculum from Edmentum which is aligned with both the state content standards and the St. Vrain Valley School District Scope and Sequence.