Course Registration

COURSE REGISTRATION

This page supports the 2021-22 academic course registration process for current Hoban students in Classes 2022, 2023 and 2024.  

During the second semester, Hoban students and educators look forward to and prepare for next fall. This is an important time for all students as they continue on their educational path. Providing a rigorous curriculum and meaningful learning opportunities for all students is an important part of the Hoban mission. The Office of Student Services takes significant time to meet individually with each student to build their schedule. This is no small task, and therefore this page was designed to help parents and guardians make informed decisions about course selections. Important dates, links and information are outlined below. For additional information about course registration, please contact your student’s counselor.

Students who are learning on-campus will begin the scheduling process during their English classes during the week of Feb. 16. Scheduling will take place in the Holy Cross Room. Students learning remotely will complete the scheduling process via Zoom with their school counselors beginning at 3 p.m. on the following days: 

  • Current Juniors (Class of 2022) will schedule on Wednesday, Feb. 24
  • Current Sophomores (Class of 2023) will schedule on Thursday, Feb. 25
  • Current Freshmen (Class of 2024) will schedule on Friday, Feb. 26

Students will be let into the Zoom meeting individually to complete their scheduling. Students will wait for their turn in the "virtual waiting room."

COURSE REGISTRATION VIDEO

Students watch a tutorial video about the course registration process during the week of January 25 during religion classes. Members of the Student Services team are present to answer questions.

COURSE CATALOG

When making course selections, students and families are encouraged to refer to the 2021-2022 Hoban Course Catalog which contains important information and course descriptions. 
View the Course Catalog

COURSE SELECTION FORMS

Course selection forms were mailed home to students and families on January 15 along with First Semester report cards. Digital copies can also available:

ELECTIVE AND HONORS APPLICATIONS

The applications linked below are the Electives with a: *require a prerequisite or teacher recommendation and electives with **require an application

Applications for electives may be distributed in current English, social studies and visual arts classes.  Please note important dates on each application. Fully-remote students may email completed applications to Associate Principal of Academics Ms. Seliskar

English

Students applying for Honors English 10, AP English Language and Composition, or AP English Literature and Composition should complete an application, along with a timed write. 

Social Studies

Students applying for ACC United States Government, AP European History, AP or ACC United States History, or Archeological Studies must complete the appropriate application. 

Fine Arts

Students applying for Yearbook should complete an application

WAIVER FORM

This waiver should be submitted to the student's counselor by Feb. 26 for on-campus students and by March 10 for fully-remote students.

WAIVER FORM

IMPORTANT DATES

JANUARY 15
Course registration forms are mailed with First Semester report cards

JANUARY 25–29
Counselors discuss the registration process in religion classes

JANUARY 29
Applications for relevant elective and honors classes are due to the Central Office. Remote students may email applications to Ms. Katelyn Seliskar, Associate Principal of Academics

FEBRUARY 1–12
Counselors are available by appointment to answer registration questions

FEBRUARY 16–19
Counselors meet with students for course selections

FEBRUARY 24–26
Counselors meet with fully-remote students for course selections

FEBRUARY 26
Course selection sheets, with parents' approval signature, are due for on-campus students

MARCH 1, 6 p.m.
CCP Funding Webinar for parents of students selecting CCP classes

MARCH 10
Course selection sheets, with parents' approval signature, are due for fully-remote students