Welcome to Course Registration 2018-19! 


Click here for Scheduling Instructions

Click here for Registration Overview PowerPoint

Click here for the Registration Overview PowerPoint in Spanish


 Click here for Freshman Registration Card

 Click here for Sophomore Registration Card

 Click here for Junior Registration Card

 Click here for Senior Registration Card

4 Year Planner

9th Grade Course Guide


Below are links to each course groupings that will provide a course and sequence to each area. 

This will give you details about course numbers, course titles, prerequisites, brief descriptions, and if there is a fee for the course. 

IB/IBCP Course Sequence Information


Fine ArtsMusic

Health Education/PE



Social Studies

World Languages

 Programs of Study (POS)
Courses in the Programs of Study may be taken as part of a program or as an elective. These courses are open to all students.

College/Career R&D

Education/Early Child Development


Hospitality Management/Culinary

Justice, Law & Society

Computer Science (CODE.ORG)

Broadcast Media

College/Prep Support

Thomas Edison HS of Technology

Important Dates
Jan. 30, 2018  11th grade (English 11) - counselors visits classroom  
Jan. 31, 2018 10th grade (NSL) - counselors visits classroom
Feb. 1, 2018 Wood MS Electives Fair- all RHS elective programs visiting Wood MS (Haas and Sandall)
Feb. 1, 2018 9th grade (US History) - counselors visits classroom
Feb. 4 - 10, 2018      Online Registration window open 
Feb. 7, 2018 8th graders (via Social Studies) counselor visits
Feb. 8, 2018 Incoming 9th Grade parent information/registration meeting with RTs held at Rockville HS (7:00-8:00pm).
45 minute presentation and RT to answer questions
Feb. 14, 2018 WMS 8th graders (via Science) select courses (Counselors) @ Media Center


Rockville High School will be a nationally recognized center of learning whose graduates possess the academic, social-emotional, 

and critical thinking skills to be global leaders in the 21st Century.

The mission of Rockville High School is to prepare students for the challenges and expectations of careers and college readiness by the implementation of 

Common Core State Standards (CCSS) through English Language Arts and Literacy and (STEM) science, technology, engineering and mathematics content. 



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