Registration and course selection
Rising 9th-grader registration worksheet: This lists the courses for which rising 9th-graders are eligible.
9th-grade waiver form: Rising freshmen may work with their middle school counselors to submit these forms.
Course Description Guide: This is the new 2017-18 update. The new guide includes a host of new features, including examples of how to calculate GPAs, NCAA eligibility requirements, the differences in graduation requirements for various grade levels, and a list of classes for which students take statewide finals.
Video Q&A: Click here for answers to commonly asked questions about the registration process.
Parent waiver of teacher recommendation form Here is the current form. The form must go to the teacher first for the teacher's rationale before the parent signs it; otherwise, the waiver will not be considered valid. Waivers need to accompany the "Golden Ticket" registration form for the student to be registered for the waived-into course. Waivers turned in after March 27 will not be considered.
Checklist for 2017-18: If students want to create their own version of the checklists they reviewed at pre-registration, using the transcripts they received, this template will allow them to do so.
Career and Technical Education Career Clusters: Students received a copy of this sheet at pre-registration. It organizes the courses offered at Enloe by category. Students who complete a CTE concentration will be eligible to take the ACT WorkKeys Assessment to earn a national certification in Career Readiness.
Registration schedule: Here is a timeline of when students will report through their English classes for registration.
Advanced Placement information: Here is an overview of the AP program at Enloe, and a link to the agreement students and parents will be asked to complete for 2017-18.
Tips sheet: Here are some questions and answers about the registration process. Students are receiving a copy of this in pre-registration.