• Steps to Completing the Enrollment Form for Current Students

    • Students will receive the Enrollment forms from their math teacher at SCW and will return the completed forms back to the same teacher, 1-31-22.
    • Please access your Tyler SIS portal to review your academic history. This will tell you how many credits you have earned and then you can check those off from the graduation requirements listed on the back of the enrollment form. Do Not sign up to see your counselor to ask what credits you need to graduate, the video for your grade level shows how this looks on the Tyler SIS portal. 
    • If you are unsure of what classes to take for a specific college program, research on that college website the courses you would need to take with them, and sign up for those courses if we offer them. This will help prepare you for that college program. 
    • Counselors will be at a table during all lunches from 1-24-22 to 1-31-22 for any questions you may about completing your form. 
    • With 3 counselors in the building and 660 students we will try to call down those that still have questions. If you want to know about specific classes, talk to teachers and students, the ones that teach the class and have been in the class can tell you what to expect.
    • All Forms are due to your math teacher by January 31st.  Please check google classroom 
  • 9th grade Registration is for incoming  9th grade students that are new to our district

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  • Please click HERE for the Class of 2026 Presentation 

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  • Early College Start Program:

    "The St. Charles School District (SCSD) is proud to partner with Saint Charles Community College (SCC) to offer the Early College Program (ECP) to students at all SCSD high schools. The Early College Program offers high school students an opportunity to earn transferable college credits while still enrolled in high school. Beginning in a student’s senior year, students may enroll in the Early College Program and replace part of their traditional high school course schedule with oncampus courses using textbooks and curriculum taught by SCC professors. Please speak with your guidance counselor for further details."

     Attached is the PDF booklet about the Early College Start Program.

    Here is the link to the application:   https://forms.gle/h3BaCxszeNuqVEXXA

    Early College Program

Dual Enrollment Info

  • Dual Credit

    SCSD is partnering with Missouri Southern University to offer students who qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch an opportunity to receive up to 6 college credit hours per semester free of charge. Students who qualify must be enrolled in a dual credit course (Advanced College Credit: Composition, Advanced College Credit: Literature, Calculus, College US History 1 and 2, College Algebra) and qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch status during the current school year. Details regarding the process for obtaining credit will be provided through the Guidance Department and the instructor. Please contact your guidance counselor with any questions.

  • Virtual Education:

    SCSD will also offer virtual courses taught by district teachers for the 2022-2023 school year. Students interested in the SCSD virtual course offerings will need to fill out an application for Virtual Learning.  Each applicant will be reviewed to determine if virtual education is in their best educational interest. Criteria considered includes previous success in the virtual learning environment, GPA, and the ability to be self-directed and complete work independently. Other characteristics or reasons can also be considered that suggest that the applicant would do as well as or better in the virtual environment than they are currently in the in-person classroom. The following will also be considered when applying: 

    • Student Skills Necessary for Success in Virtual Courses 
    • Student has demonstrated time-management skills that indicate the student is capable of submitting assignment and completing course requirements without reminders 
    • Student has demonstrated persistence in overcoming obstacles and willingness to seek assistance when needed. 
    • Student has demonstrated verbal or written communication skills that would allow the student to succeed in an environment where the instructor may not provide nonverbal cues to support the student’s understanding. 
    • Student has the necessary computer or technical skills to succeed in a virtual course. 
    • Student has access to technology resources to participate in a virtual course. 
    • Consideration of the student’s previous success (or struggle) in virtual coursework.
    Here is the link to the application: