Registration

PARENT NIGHTS:
Click below to download the Rising Senior Parent Night Power Point:
Rising Senior Parent Night

Click below to download the 9th/10th grade parent night power point:
Class of 21/22 Parent Night


AB TECH COURSE CATALOG FOR COURSES NOT ON OUR CAMPUS:
It is the students responsibility to research any available AB Tech course offerings.  In order to search available courses offered through AB Tech please follow the steps below.  Please keep in mind that students must have transportation to and from the AB Tech campus and must pay for textbooks and any lab fee on his or her own (even online courses).  NDA cannot guarantee any AB Tech course placement.  If a student is interested in any course not offered on the NDA campus he/she must contact Dr. Pollock the director of educational partnerships as well as your school counselor.  AB Tech Fall/Summer course catalog will not be made available until April.  

Email Dr. Pollock here:catherinefpollock@abtech.edu 

1. Head to: https://www.abtech.edu/register
2. Click on "Online Class Registration in Self Service"
3.Click on "Curriculum Students" on the right
4. Click on "Curriculum Search for Sections- Self Service" on the right under Curriculum Registration
5. Click on "Advanced Search"
6. Select your term from the drop down box (Summer or Fall 20__)
7. Select your subject from the drop down boxes.
8. Choose your location from the bottom drop down box (online or AB Tech Main Campus)
9. Click "Search"
10. Once you find the subject you are interested in, click on "View Available Sections".  Several courses have lab hours that interfere with high school courses so make sure you look at the dates and times carefully.

College Course Policies:
Course Grades

Students must earn a C or higher in order to earn college credit for a course. A grade of D in a college course will earn high school elective credit only. Please also refer to A-B Tech’s Grading System.

Course Withdrawals

Students will not be allowed to drop any college courses until they have met with the school counselor. Unless the withdrawal occurs within the first 10 days of school, students who withdraw from a college course will receive an “F” for that course on their high school transcript. The failing grade will be removed from the high school transcript when the student retakes the course and makes a passing mark.

If withdrawing from a course will leave a student with fewer than three courses, he or she will be assigned to a mandatory Success Lab each day for the remainder of the semester.

FOR COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: Click Here and use the sections to the left.

FOR FOUR YEAR PLAN CHECK SHEET: Click Here

TYPICAL COURSES BY GRADE LEVEL:

9th Grade Core Courses 
English I Honors
Math I or Math II Honors
Earth Science Honors
American History I Honors
PLTW--Introduction to Engineering
CIS 110 (AB Tech course)
ACA 115 (AB Tech course)
Physical Education/Health (PED 211)
1 Elective course in core, PLTW or College level
 
10th Grade Core Courses
English II Honors
Math III Honors and Advanced Level Maths
Biology Honors
Chemistry Honors 
American History II Honors
PLTW--Principles of Engineering 
2 Elective credits in core, PLTW or College level
 
11th Grade Core Courses 
English III Honors
or
ENG 111/112 (mini-mester)
Math III Honors and Advanced Level Math options 
American History: The Founding Principles, Civics and Economics 
Advanced Level PLTW course (CIM, CEA, ES)
4 Elective credits in core, PLTW or College level

12th Grade Core Courses
English IV Honors
or 
ENG 232 (semester long) AND
ENG 241 (semester long)
Advanced Level Math
Honors World History
or
AP World History (semester long)
PLTW Engineering Design and Development
3-4 Electives credits in core, PLTW or College level

 
Elective Choices are a combination of College Credit Courses, PLTW Engineering Courses, Additional Math/Science Courses and Spanish: 

ART 111 Art Appreciation (9-12)
BIO 111 General Biology (11-12)
BIO 112 General Biology II (11-12)
CIS 110 Introduction to Computers (9-12)
Career Management (10-12)
Chemistry Research H (11-12)
Chemistry AP  (11-12) pre-requisite Chemistry Research H 
COM 231 Public Speaking (11-12)
HEA 110 Personal Health and Wellness (11-12)
MAT 152 Statistical Methods
MAT 171 Pre-Calculus Algebra
MAT 172 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry
MAT 271 Calculus I
MUS 110 Music Appreciation (9-12)
Orchestra (9-12)
Physics Honors (11-12)
Physics AP (11-12)  pre-requisite Physics H suggested
PLTW Computer Science Essentials Honors (9-12)
PLTW Computer Science Principles AP (10-12)
PLTW Computer Science A  AP (11-12)
PLTW Computer Integrated Manufacturing- successful completion of IED and POE
PLTW Civil Engineering and Architecture- successful completion of IED and POE
PLTW Environmental Sustainability- successful completion of IED and POE
PSY 150 General Psychology (10-12)
SOC 210 Intro to Sociology (10-12)
Spanish I, II Honors- 10th-12th grade (rising 9th graders who completed high school level Spanish I may be considered for Spanish II)
Wellness and Human Performance (10-12)