Po-Hi Enrollment for 2020-2021 School Year

Mike Seals - April 16, 2020 10:03 pm

Ponca City High School Enrollment for 2020-2021 School Year

Ponca City Senior High School is working on completing the spring enrollment process for the 2020-2021 school year

All 9th & 11th grade students will complete enrollment ONLINE. All 11th grade students will have access to enroll April 20-24. All 9th graders will have access to enroll April 27-May 1, 2020.

All 8th graders (next year’s freshman) and 10th graders (next year’s juniors) already completed the enrollment process before spring break.

A link to view the 2020-2021 Course Catalog is on the main page of the High School website. The Course Catalog provides descriptions of all classes offered. Go to www.pcps.us and click on “Schools” and “High School.” The Course Catalog link is under “Po-Hi Announcements.”

Enrollment may be completed on any device with an Internet connection including a phone, tablet, laptop or desktop. Go to www.pcps.us and click on “Parents” “Students” “PowerSchool for Parents.” Parents may log in through their Parent Portal. Students may login through their Student Portal (This is how students login to check grades). Any parent who does not have a Parent PowerSchool account, needs to create one.

Juniors must choose enough classes to fulfill a seven period day schedule. If juniors are accepted into PTC or enroll in Concurrent classes next fall, counselors will make adjustments to the schedule.

If you have difficulty choosing courses, please contact your student’s counselor. Students are grouped by last name:

A-Go: Ms. Jayme Evans [email protected]

Gr-O: Ms. Tracey Scott [email protected]

P-Z: Ms. Kellie Burch [email protected]

Offsite Programs/Severe & Profound/Lead Counselor Audra Mason: [email protected]

 

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