Information sessions for incoming high school students, parents
It is time for current and future high school students to consider what classes they want to take at Elkhorn Crossing School, Great Crossing High School, and Scott County High School for the 2020-2021 school year. To help parents learn more about class offerings and scheduling for next year, there will be a series of parent/student information meetings for incoming freshman and their families.
Great Crossing High School:
The information night for Great Crossing High School will be held on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 6-7:30pm. Eighth grade students and parents from Georgetown Middle School will have an information session at 6:00pm followed by a tour of the school. Eighth grade students and parents from Scott County Middle School, Royal Spring Middle School, or any eighth grader who attends private school or homeschool who will attend Great Crossing next year will start with a tour at 6:00pm followed by an information session at 6:45pm.
Elkhorn Crossing School:
Elkhorn Crossing School will offer a preview night for any interested eighth grader and their parents on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 5-7:00pm. Eighth grade students from each middle school will also visit ECS during the school day the week of January 27. Students must complete an online application to be considered for enrollment at ECS. Online applications will be available from January 13- February 13 on the ECS website.
Scott County High School:
The information night for Scott County High School will be Monday, February 3, 2020 starting at 5:00pm for eighth grade students who attend RSMS or GMS and their parents. Eighth grade students who attend SCMS, private, or homeschool should arrive at 6:00pm.
It is our goal to offer these meetings to ease the transition to high school for students and parents. Please follow ECS, GCHS, and SCHS on social media. CLICK HERE to receive important information from the school your child will attend next year.
Course guides are also available on school websites for your review. CLICK HERE to view course guides for 2020-2021.
High school counselors will visit middle schools in January to share information with eighth grade students and will return in February to assist with scheduling. They will visit PCA and St. John’s School as well.
Phoenix Horizon Community:
Phoenix Horizon Community serves students in grades 7-12 in an alternative setting with small class sizes focusing on work ethic skills, relationship building, service, and academics. If you or your student are interested in programs offered at PHC, please see your guidance counselor. Applications for PHC for the 2020-2021 school year are due by March 15, 2020.