2018-2019 Updates and Alerts
Courses At Capacity
Each semester, we have a number of courses that reach capacity, and we can’t add any more students to them unless a registered student drops. We also close a few courses due to low enrollment. See our Course Capacity page for the current list.
New Courses and Courses Added Back to the Catalog for 2018-2019
Japanese 3 Honors (11835X0/11832Y0) (NEW)
Accounting I Honors (BA105X0) (NEW)
Computer Programming I Honors (BP105X0) (NEW)
Workforce Ready (96102X0) (NEW)
OCS American History: Founding Principles Civics and Economics (9249BX0) (NEW)
AP Calculus AB (2A007X0) (ADDED BACK)
Courses Not in the Catalog for 2018-2019
Visual Arts Specialization Beginning Non-Western Art
Music Specialization (Beginning): Music Appreciation
Music Specialization (Beginning): Music Business and Recording
AP Music Theory
AP U.S. History
AP Chinese Language and Culture
Arabic II – (Offered fall block only. See note below.)
Credit Recovery Courses (See note below.)
Credit Recovery Discontinued After Summer 2018
NCVPS is discontinuing its credit recovery program. Our last credit recovery offering will be during the Summer 2018 session. Read the full Credit Recovery Discontinued announcement.
Arabic 1 and 2 Update
Please note in our catalog for next year’s classes that we are revising our Arabic courses. We will not offer Arabic 1 next year. We will offer Arabic 2 in the fall semester only, and then it will be archived for revisions.
If you have a student who needs Arabic 2, the fall semester is the only time that it will be offered.
French 3 and 4 Update
Chromebooks no longer support Flash content of any kind. NCVPS courses are compatible with Chromebooks except for French 3 and French 4, both of which use Flash content. We are rewriting both courses to replace the Flash content. The newly revised French III course is tentatively set to be released in Fall 2018, and the newly revised French IV course is tentatively set to be released in Fall 2019.
Until French 3 and 4 are rewritten, we recommend that students enrolled in those courses have access to full desktop or laptop computers and not just Chromebooks or mobile devices.