- Registration Cards by Grade Level
- Online Registration Instructions
- Registration Videos
- Important Dates & Times
- Letter from the Principal
- Classes Requiring an Application
- Graduation Requirements
- EHS Comprehensive Curriculum
- Registration Guide
- College Admission Guidelines
- What Courses Should I Take?
- Counselor Connection: Special Edition for 8th Grade Families Newsletter
- Online Course Registration Instructions
- EHS Student Registration Class of 2025 Video
- Academic Planner Instructions
There are two major steps for students in planning for next year's program of studies:
(1) registration and (2) scheduling. During January, EHS Registration information for the following year is distributed. Students then register for courses; that is, they select their programs of studies for the next school year. Based on student registration data, the school principal will determine courses/sections to be offered, staff needed, and a master schedule of classes for the next year. Therefore, students should register with care and after consultation with parents.
After students' registration plans have been approved by parents and counselors, We schedule classes for students for the fall, winter, and spring trimesters.
February for courses at EHS for the next academic year.
February/ Principal identifies the exact number of teachers who will be required to provide
March requested classes for EHS students.
March/ The master schedule of classes is built, using registration requests from students and
April teachers selected to teach at EHS.
April/May Student registration requests are computer loaded into the master schedule.
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMES
January 11 Parents are invited to attend a virtual presentation beginning at 6 PM on the Eagan High School website at https://ehs.district196.org/. If you can’t make it during this time, the presentation will be on our website beginning January 12. We strongly recommend that parents view this presentation. The evening will begin with a presentation on The First Day of High School. Following the presentation, EHS counselors and principals will discuss the “online” registration process, “online” Student Registration Guide, and the creation of a 4-year plan.
January 11-12 Students at the two District middle schools, DHMS and BHMS, will be watching a short presentation from Eagan High School in their advisory classes at the middle school. The video will also be available on our website after it is shown at the middle schools.
January 14-15 EHS Counselors will meet virtually with the students during one of their middle school classes to assist with ninth grade registration and to introduce the course planner tool in Infinite Campus. Students will leave the session with the information necessary to register with their parent/guardian at home in Campus.
Jan. 14-22 Incoming Freshmen parents and students will have access to the “Open Window” for online registration for the 2021-2022 school year. Our intention is to have all of next year’s students at Eagan High School register online. We will have videos that will walk you through the process. The final deadline to register is 11:59 PM on January 22.
Jan. 26-Feb. 2 The registration window for students in Grades 10-12 will be open. The window will be opened with students watching a video in their PAWS on January 26. Resources will also be on the Eagan High School webpage under registration.
Call Dr. Peter Zak with any questions at 651-683-6904 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIAL MESSAGE TO STUDENTS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS
Dear Eagan High School Student and Parent(s)/Guardian(s),
Congratulations! You are among the most fortunate students in the state of Minnesota: You are an Eagan High School Wildcat! Because of this, you will have an opportunity to choose from a wide variety of excellent courses taught by some of the best teachers in the state at one of its finest award winning high schools. We build relationships with students and connect with student learning face-to-face and virtually as needed, especially this year! Eagan High School was specifically designed to utilize technology to enhance education. Our courses help you learn about technology with technology, making EHS a much studied and frequently copied model for schools of the future. We are a leading school in ACT and MCA test scores, Advanced Placement scores and College in the Schools success with University of Minnsota credits. The highest high school rankings have been awarded to EHS through The US Department of Education, Newsweek, U.S. News and the Washington Post.
As an EHS student, you assume the responsibility of designing your personal plan of study by choosing your courses wisely. The important first step in registering for your EHS classes for the 2020-21 school year is to go to www.ehs.district196.org and click on Academics then go to Online Registration and Registration Guide. Please take the time to carefully read through the course descriptions. It is a good idea to discuss your options with your parent/guardian so they reflect your long-range educational, vocational and personal goals. Please consider the Honors Designation qualifications, and the Honors, Advanced Placement and College in the Schools courses, as well as a STEM or Humanities Pathway as referenced in the guide. The diversity of the EHS curriculum gives you a great amount of flexibility in pursuing your personal goals and plan for the future.
Once you have made your preliminary course selections, we suggest you follow-up with your Counselor to make sure your plan meets the state’s graduation requirements, as well as your own personal goals. It’s important you know that we sincerely care about you and your success during and after your career at Eagan High School. We strive to give each student our time and attention in order to ensure an excellent academic year and a strong pathway to the future..
We make critical decisions about next year’s faculty placement, room utilization, and funding allocations based on your registration. So please, take extra care to choose wisely!
If you have questions about the registration process, please contact one of our Principals or your Counselor at 651-683-6921. Please join us, the principals, faculty and staff of Eagan High School -- Minnesota’s most successful student-centered and technology-enhanced high school -- to make this your best school year ever! We love welcoming you as a Wildcat if you are new to Eagan High School and welcoming back our returning students!
To be eligible for graduation, a student must have earned a total of 66 credits (minimum) in grades 9 through 12. It is possible to earn 84 credits during your four years at EHS. Many students accumulate far more than the minimum number of credits during their high school studies. All students are encouraged to select more than the minimum of required courses to take advantage of the broad scope of course offerings available.
There are 7 periods each day in a 12 week trimester. For each course passed, students earn 1 credit. If a student passes 7 courses each trimester, he/she will have earned 21 credits for the year.
7 credits x 3 trimesters = 21 credits earned that year
Note: Some courses meet for more than one class period and are worth more credit. These exceptions are noted in department course descriptions. The number of courses taken each year will depend upon student individual needs and interests. In no instance shall a student be enrolled for fewer than 5 credits each trimester in Grades 11 and 12. Students in Grade 9 and 10 must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credits each trimester. (Students may enroll in study halls for no credit)
On the following page are the general registration requirements for each grade. For grades 9-12, the minimum graduation requirements include: 26 courses required by title; 17 courses required by department (courses selected by student from specified department's offerings); 23 course electives (courses selected by student from any department's offerings). For complete information about graduation requirements, students must read each department section. In some instances, special exemptions to the general requirements are noted.
· Arts - 1 credit in Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Interior Design, Intro to Graphics
& Video, Architecture & Landscaping, Marketing B-Advertising, Creative Writing
2.Electives - 16 credits (not more than 12 in Music or Work Experience)
In addition to the above:
NOTE: Adjustments to the graduation requirements may be made in response to changes in state and federal laws.
2. Demonstrate mastery of related skills and technical information.
3. Possess unusual interest in the Independent Study subject.
4. Have a well-established record of self-motivation, self-discipline and exemplary leadership.