Students Begin Next Year’s Course Registration

February 16, 2016 | Erika Newland

The 2015-2016 school is coming to a close and Crestview High School students are now signing up for classes for the next school year. Meetings with guidance counselors are also being scheduled for approval of course selections and aid in selecting the right classes. Here are some thoughts on the course registration from three CHS students:

What are you most looking forward to about next year? 

I’m super excited to get my permit next year. – Destiny Caron, 9th grade

Personally, I’m looking forward to a new year in band because some of the best memories I’ve made in my high school career have been achieved through band. – Ailee Kirkpatrick, 10th grade

I’m really looking forward to graduating! I’m ready to get out and explore the world. – Hunter Gerard, 11th grade

What classes are you planning on signing up for?

Photography 2 and college classes. – Destiny Caron, 9th grade

I plan on signing up for AP U.S. History, College Algebra and Statistics, Anatomy/Physiology, Band, Health Science, American Sign Language, and dual enrollment comp 1. – Ailee Kirkpatrick, 10th grade

[Bulldog] Pack, Yearbook, Digital Design 3, some AP classes here and some college classes. – Hunter Gerard, 11th grade

What class/classes are you most looking forward to taking?

I’m starting my college classes this summer and I’m really excited for that. – Destiny Caron, 9th grade

I’m looking forward most to taking Anatomy and Physiology as well as Health Science because I plan on going into the medical field and those classes facilitate my interest in that area of study. – Ailee Kirkpatrick, 10th grade

I’m excited for my yearbook and digital design class. They are both are helping me out because I’m going into Graphic Design in college. Plus they are super fun and I  love Mrs. Kennedy and Ms. Porter. – Hunter Gerard, 11th grade

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