Course Selection

Nau mai haere mai

Getting Started with Online Course Selection

Course selection for 2023 will be open for viewing only on the 28th July and will open on the 22nd August for course selection.

Next years classes:

Year 9 students do not need to login to School Point to select core programmes or options. They will enter their selections on the enrolment form. Year 9 students will choose between integrated and subject specific core programmes. You will choose up to 8 options.

Year 10 students will choose between integrated and subject specific core programmes. You will choose up to 4 options.

Year 11 students must select English (full year) and two Mathematics courses as these provide literacy and numeracy credits. We highly recommend that students select a broad range of courses. You will be able to choose up to 12 courses. Most courses are 6 months long and count as 1 course. A course that lasts over the whole year will count as 2 courses.

Year 12 students must have a literacy rich subject in their course. You will be able to choose 5 other courses.

Year 13: You will be able to choose 5 courses.

For Students

This site will provide you with everything you need to know about choosing your courses for 2023.

Use the resources available to you at school to help you make wise course choices. Your whanau teacher, subject teachers, Deans or the Careers Team will all be very happy to help you make the best decisions.

SchoolPoint Instructions for Students

For Whanau

Your student will be able to select their courses for 2023 by logging into School Point through the Parent Portal. Junior students will have to select their core programme and their options. Senior students (Years 11 to 13) will have greater choice but will be guided toward including the required literacy and numeracy standards contained within the courses. For students in Year 12 and 13, the full range of credits available in each course is shown although students are expected to complete only 16 - 18 credits in each course. Through discussion with their subject teachers, students and classes will negotiate which standards are the most appropriate for them to complete over the course of the year.

You will need to approve your student's courses. Once your student has completed their course selection, you can log on through the portal and approve their choices. Once you do this, they will no longer be able to change their courses.

SchoolPoint Instructions for Whanau

Due date for 2023 options 9 September 2022

Please note, after this date, course selection or any changes will not be possible through this site. Make an appointment to see your Dean for any further help or guidance.

Ngā mihi