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NHS Course Registration Information

When considering course selection, students should refer to the Academic and Career Planning Guide for complete information. Course catalogs and registration materials will be distributed during ACP time on January 23, 2020.   

Course registration is done via Xello during English classes on the following dates: January 29-9th grade English, January 30-10th grade English, January 31-11th grade English.

Students may find the resources linked below helpful as they register.

Using Career Cruising to Register
Registration Guide
Math Pathways
Youth Apprenticeships - Powerpoint


ECASD Graduation Requirements

4    credits English
3    credits Math
3    credits Science
3    credits Social Studies
1.5 credits PE
  .5 credit Health
8.5 credits electives

Eau Claire County Off-Campus - Alternate school setting for seniors who need to remediate missing required credits for graduation.  Students are referred by their counselor.

ECASD Grading System

North High School implements a grading system that includes plus/minus grades (A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+ C, C-, D+, D, D-, and F). The plus/minus system will give a more accurate reflection of academic performance, as well as provide a uniform grading scale to help with consistency in grading. Grade reports are distributed to students in homerooms at the close of each 9-week grading period, except fourth quarter grades, which are mailed to parents at the end of the school year. Grade point averages are computed according to a 4.0 point scale.

 Grading system
  • A     93%     4.00
  • A-    90%     3.67
  • B+   87%     3.33
  • B     83%     3.00
  • B-    80%     2.67
  • C+   77%     2.33
  • C     73%     2.00
  • C-    70%     1.67
  • D+   67%     1.33
  • D     63%     1.00
  • D-    60%     0.67
  • F     0
Each student’s grade point average (G.P.A.) is determined by dividing the total number of grade points accumulated by the number of credits in which the student is enrolled. Senior students’ class rank is determined by their grade point averages.

The ECASD Guidelines for Grading and Reporting will provide you with detailed information.