Register at SCHS

Course selection for 2023-2024:
  • begins February 13, 2023
  • closes on February 27, 2023


  • The information on this page will be updated by early February. 

OCDSB students will register for their courses via the Student Portal using Xello. Login using your OCDSB email address and password, then go to the Grade 7-12 waffle to locate Xello. 

Step-by-Step Instructions for Using Xello 


Parents must approve course selections by submitting this Verification Form.



Considering OCVSS?

The OCVSS Request to Register form is due: Tuesday, February 14, 2023. This is to declare your intent to register with the Ottawa Carleton Virtual Secondary School (OCVSS) for the 2023-2024 school year. OCVSS will confirm student registration with families by the end of February. Visit the OCDSB website for more information about registering with the OCVSS.


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Students New to the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

Students new to the OCDSB who wish to register at South Carleton must complete the online registration form. Please read the Online Registration Parent Process carefully. You must also complete one of the following forms:

  • Course Selection Grade 9   OR
  • Course Selection Grades 10-12 

Please email Cara Fauser for more information regarding registration. These documents may be required to register:

✔ Proof of Age/Birthdate Verification – ONE of the following:

  • Birth Certificate (if born in Canada)

  • Passport

  • Immigration Papers

  • Canadian Citizenship (if born outside of Canada)


✔  Proof of Address within the South Carleton High School boundaries – TWO of the following:

  • Purchase agreement, property deed or rental agreement

  • Property tax bill

  • Current bank statement

  • Current utility bill

  • Current telephone, cable or internet bill

✔  Most recent report card - Grade 9

✔  Ontario Student Transcript or Credit Counselling Summary - Grades 10-12 


Information regarding course selection and the programs available at South Carleton may be found under Additional Resources below.



Information for Students Entering Grade 9

Information regarding course selection and the programs available at South Carleton may be found under Additional Resources below.

The Ministry of Education has announced that students currently in grade 11 and below are subject to a mandatory eLearning graduation requirement. Students who would like to opt-out of this requirement can do so using this form. Frequently asked questions about the mandatory eLearning requirement and the opt-out process are available on the OCDSB website.



Returning Students in Grades 9 to 11 

Students in grades 9-11 will attend option sheet presentations during the week of February 6-10. Copies of the presentations will be posted here and in the grade Google Classrooms for students who miss their presentation or for those who want to refer back to the presentation while making their course selections.

For a detailed listing and description of courses being offered at South Carleton next year, go to South Carleton's Student Course Guide.

Worksheet for Students Entering Grade 10 

Worksheet for Students Entering Grade 11 

Worksheet for Students Entering Grade 12

Certain courses require that additional forms be completed in order for a student to register. These forms may be found below.

Application Forms for Special Courses and Programs

 

Mandatory eLearning Graduation Requirement and Opt-out Information

The Ministry of Education has announced that students currently in grade 11 and below are subject to a mandatory eLearning graduation requirement. Students who would like to opt-out of this requirement can do so using this form. Frequently asked questions about the mandatory eLearning requirement and the opt-out process are available on the OCDSB website.

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Additional Resources

South Carleton offers a wide variety of courses in all subjects. Informed course selection is key to being prepared for life after high school, whether that includes work, apprenticeship in a trade, college, or university. The following resources may be helpful as you make these decisions. You may also consult your teachers and guidance counsellor for advice.

lightbulb clipartGuidance Counsellors will be available in the Library Learning Commons at lunch February 13-27 to answer any questions you may have about course selection!

 

Links for More Information:

Course Selection Guideline and Considerations: 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1eV5pHu_3A7XhTEnHh3f7BZktDk18I59QjOslDFauVXM/present?usp=sharing

Secondary Programs: http://www.ocdsb.ca/cms/One.aspx?portalId=55478&pageId=237886

Program Pathways: http://www.ocdsb.ca/cms/One.aspx?portalId=55478&pageId=214516

SHSMs: http://ocdsb-southcarletonhs.ss13.sharpschool.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=235084&pageId=1159592

International Certificate Program: 
https://southcarletonhs.ocdsb.ca/academics/international_certificate_program 

Community Involvement Hours: https://ocdsb.ca/secondary/the_classroom/community_involvement_hours

Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program: http://www.ocdsb.ca/cms/One.aspx?portalId=55478&pageId=214374

Ontario Universities: https://www.ontariouniversitiesinfo.ca/

Ontario Colleges: http://www.ontariocolleges.ca

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Grade 12 Students

Any grade 12 student wishing to return to South Carleton for a victory lap must make an appointment with their Guidance Counsellor before February 27.





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