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How to pick a program group and program as a student

Updated 2 months ago by Sarah Welbes

  • In this article, we will show students how to pick a program group and program when they are course planning.

1. Accessing Course Planner

To access Course Planner, hover over the Apple icon on the navigation bar on the left, then select Course Planner from the dropdown menu.

Depending on your district, a Program Group could be called an Endorsement, School, Pathway, Cluster, etc. Ask your counselor if you aren't sure about what your district calls Program Groups.

2. Picking a Program Group

Students will see a list of all Program Groups offered at their district. Students should pick one that matches their future career interests.

Depending on your district, a Program could be called a Pathway, Major, etc. Ask your counselor if you aren't sure about what your district calls

3. Picking a Program

To pick a Program, click the arrow next to a Program Group to see Programs offered in that group. Then click the checkmark next to the Program to pick it.


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