The high school will begin the scheduling process for 2017-2018 in February 2017. Recognizing that course selection is extremely important, we encourage each student and his/her parent to carefully review the scheduling information and take the time to make the necessary course selections. When selecting courses, students/parents should consider: course rigor; courses needed for college entrance; NCAA requirements; athletic eligibility; diploma with honors; valedictorian/salutatorian requirements, etc. The Academic Handbook describes each of these areas in detail and should be referenced when selecting courses for next year.
The Academic Handbook for the 2017-2018 school year will be given to all students currently in grades 8 - 11. The booklet contains important information that will help when selecting courses. It also includes a description of all courses offered at Hubbard High School. Please click on the link below to view the Academic Handbook.
The high school will have a general scheduling Q & A meeting for parents of current students in grades 9 - 11 on February 15, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the HS auditorim. All parents are encouraged to attend to address any scheduling questions they may have.
The high school will have an informational 8th grade parent scheduling meeting on February 15, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the HS auditorium. All parents of current eighth graders are encouraged to attend. Eighth grade scheduling sheets are due to their social studies teacher by February 16, 2017.
2017-2018 Academic Handbook
Guidance counselors will meet with students to distribute scheduling information and discuss course selections. All scheduling sheets are due to guidance by Tuesday, February 21, 2017with a parent signature.
- Important things to remember:
1. All students must carry a minimum of 5.25 credits for the year and five classes
2. We recommend student athletes carry a minimum of 6 classes per semester
3. Phys Ed classes do not count toward eligibility, however they do count
towards the "F" rule
4. At no time may a student drop a class for a study hall
5. Students may not drop an Honors/Advanced Placement/College Credit Plus
course without a penalty of a Withdrawal Failing (WF). Reimbursement
of tuition/books for dropped CCP course will be required
6. Students enrolled in AP courses will be required to take the AP Exam
in May with a cost of approximately $94.00