Spring ISD offers tools to aid students with 2022-23 course selection

Spring ISD trustees approved the district's annual Education Planning Guides for high school and middle school students Jan. 11. (Courtesy Spring ISD)
Spring ISD trustees approved the district's annual Education Planning Guides for high school and middle school students Jan. 11. (Courtesy Spring ISD)

Spring ISD trustees approved the district's annual Education Planning Guides for high school and middle school students Jan. 11. (Courtesy Spring ISD)

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Spring ISD students have until Feb. 14 to choose the courses they would like to take in the 2022-23 school year. (Courtesy Spring ISD)

As the second semester of the 2021-22 school year is underway, Spring ISD students will soon be picking their courses for the next school year.

During the board’s Jan. 11 meeting, SISD trustees approved Education Planning Guides for the 2022-23 school year. These guides offer information for parents and middle school or high school students as they plan which courses students will take next year.

“Both Education Planning Guides are designed to serve as easy-to-read course catalogs that align to the types of course catalogs that students will see when they attend college,” a Jan. 13 SISD news release said.

Students began the process of selecting courses for the upcoming school year in January and will have until Feb. 14 to make their selections, according to SISD.

The high school ECG outlines information such as graduation requirements, testing information, grade point average calculation, college readiness checklists and course offerings for the upcoming year, including Advanced Placement and dual-credit courses. The middle school version includes similar information, including a list of high school-level courses offered and a list of college/career resources.



“One of the things I love about what we do here in Spring is we start even at a middle school level, getting them geared up and towards the path that works best for them,” board President Justine Durant said Jan. 6.

To view the full ECGs, scan the QR code in the above SISD graphic or click here.

By Emily Lincke

Reporter, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Emily joined Community Impact Newspaper in August 2021 after working for a small town newspaper in El Campo, TX for two years. Before that, she interned and freelanced for the Houston Chronicle and worked as a freelance photographer and writer in the Houston area. A controversial fact about Emily is that she prefers sugar cookies over chocolate chip cookies. She graduated with a print journalism degree from the University of Houston in 2018.