Course Selection and Class Registration

The journey toward graduation begins well before high school, and the pathways that lead to a high school diploma are numerous. The school counselors are here to help you navigate the road to graduation, while enabling you to explore and develop your educational interests. The information below will apprise you of class offerings, minimum requirements, the registration process and much more.

Courses and Class Registration

Suggestions Before Requesting Courses Through Infinite Campus

Print out a scheduling transcript to view previous courses, grades, and credits earned by logging into an Infinite Campus portal account through a web browser, then going to “Reports” and “Scheduling Transcript.”

View the webcast of counselor’s presentations given to students.

Review the Course Registration Guide (under “Junior High School Course Guide and Fees” below) to learn more about the classes, credits, fees, etc.

Review the other helpful documents on the Course Registration page to learn more about the graduation requirements, grading policies, diplomas, NCAA standards, etc.

Fill out a Course Request worksheet for your grade level to assist you once you’ve logged into the portal (these forms do not need to be turned in). Worksheets were distributed by counselors, and are also available on the Course Registration page

Log into the portal using a web browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer). Mobile devices using a web browser/internet connection can be used, but you will not be able to use the mobile app for course registration.

Summer 2017 Credit Recovery / Grade Replacement Program

Pickerington Schools will offer a credit recovery/grade replacement program during the summer of 2017. The program is open to any current high school or past students of the Pickerington Schools. Out-of-district students may be considered if space is available.

Registration is now available online.

Credit Recovery is a self-guided, computer-based program that will allow a student to earn credits in areas where the student has previously been unsuccessful.

Courses will vary in terms of the hourly requirements needed to complete a course. Each course will be worth ½ to 1 (0.5 – 1.0) Carnegie units. There are ways for a student to accelerate progress by pre-testing out of some units. Students will be able to take as many credits as they want during the session but will not be permitted to work on more than one course at a time.

Registration will be on a first-come basis, although students who should have graduated in May 2017 will be given the first priority of placement. All Pickerington students will be given priority before the placement of any student from outside the school district.

Summer Session

  • Dates: June 6 through July 7 at Pickerington High School North, Room 109.
  • Registration is not complete until payment is received AND you have attended one of the mandatory orientation sessions.
  • The student ​AND​ parent must attend an orientation on May 25 at the Pickerington High School North Lecture Hall. You may attend the first session at 6 p.m. OR the second session at 7 p.m. You only need to attend one of the sessions. ​Please contact the Teaching and Learning Department at 614.920.6167 if you are unable to attend one of the sessions on May 25. Other arrangements may be made but can result in a delay in the registration process.

Available courses

  • Math: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, Probability and Statistics
  • Science: Integrated Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
  • English: English 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Social Studies: World History, U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, Sociology
  • World Languages: French 1, French 2, Spanish 1, Spanish 2, Spanish 3, German 1, German 2
  • Health

Class hours

  • ​Regular Session: Tuesdays through Fridays, June 6-July 7 (no class July 4); 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Extended Session: Tuesdays through Fridays, July 11-21; 10 am – 2 pm
  • Students taking courses for credit recovery MUST attend school during class hours until the course is completed. If they do not, there will be no extensions.
  • ​ALL tests must be completed in person during class hours


The cost is $200 for in-district students during regular session. This cost covers all courses completed during regular session. An additional $200 will be collected for each course taken during the extended session.

The cost is $250 per course for out-of-district students.

Registration and payment to be completed on Infinite Campus.

Questions should be directed to the Teaching and Learning Department at 614.920.6167 or email:

Summer Physical Education Courses

Pickerington Schools will offer a physical education course this summer for 1/4 credit. The class is open to students who will be in grades 8 -12  for the 2017-18 school year. For next year’s eighth graders to be eligible, they must have:

  • successfully completed junior high physical education with a “B” grade or better, and
  • meet grade 9 literacy requirements.

The cost for this course is $175. Registration and payment will be done online.

This course will be held at Lakeview Junior High School beginning Friday, May 26 through Friday, June 9. There will be no class on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29. Students are allowed to miss one day; however, it must be made up on Monday, June 12 to receive credit.