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Registration Timeline for 2017-2018 Classes

The goal of the registration process is to help all SPHS students indicate course preferences for the upcoming school year to create a schedule that  meets graduation and completer requirements and ensures college/career readiness appropriate to individual post-secondary plans.

On 11/28 and 11/29, folders with registration resources and required paperwork are distributed to each student in social studies classes. Students watched this video presenting registration guidelines and elective course information:

The SPHS counselors/administration will hold grade level presentations to review elective and completer courses available to students:
  • Grade 11, 11/30, 8:20am
  • Grade 10, 12/1, 8:20am
  • Grade 9 and AM Sollers, 12/2, 12:00pm
Parents/guardians are encouraged to attend Registration Info Night in the SPHS cafeteria on December 1, 2016 at 5:45pm. The Community College of Baltimore County presented about the Early College Access Program (ECAP) for to students interested in taking college courses during their high school career.

Counselors will meet with 676 ninth through eleventh graders individually on December 6-22, 2016 to discuss course selections, graduation requirements, and post-secondary plans.  Students are scheduled through social studies classes. Course Selection Worksheets must be completed in pencil, signed by a parent and turned in at this meeting.

Sparrows Point Middle School 8th grade high school registration timeline:

1/6/17     Electives Fair at SPHS for all SPMS 8th graders, periods 1 & 2
1/10/17   SPHS Counselors present in gr. 8 social studies classes. Registration forms are distributed.
1/11/17   Grade 8 Registration Night for Parents/Guardians, 6pm, SPHS Cafe
1/12/17   Grade 8 Registration Night for Parents/Guardians, 6pm, Battle Grove Elementary School
1/13/17   Completed Grade 8 Registration Forms due, collected by SS teachers   

Extended Day Learning Program 

Students access high school courses scheduled after the school day at an Extended Day Center. Courses are self-paced and blended to include independent online work, peer-to-peer work and teacher directed instruction. EDLP is ideal for students who want to recover high school credits for courses already taken or seek to gain extra credits needed towards graduation.

BCPS Extended Day Learning Program Website
EDLP Flyer