Academic Planning

  • Georgetown ISD has academic course offerings to prepare you for higher education experience and post-secondary success.  Once you begin your college experience or career, you need to feel confident that your high school preparation was more than adequate: this is academic readiness, a crucial component for college and career success.

  • School Academics

    To find out about course selection information including obtaining college credit in high school and creating personal graduation plans, follow the School Academics link.

    GISD Course Guide

    The GISD Course Guide is the parent and guiding document for all supplemental information and resources. The guide is available in English and Spanish.

    Transript Requests

    Whether you are a current GISD student or an alumnus, chances are you'll need to access your official high school transcript after graduation.  

    Off Campus PE

    The purpose of the OCPE Program is to accommodate students who are making a serious effort to develop higher-level skills in a specific activity that exceeds what the school district can offer through the general physical education program. The OCPE Program allows students in 6th through 12th grades to earn credits that meet the district and state physical education requirements. Only agencies who have been trained and approved by GISD can provide OCPE credit.

Secondary Schedule Change Guidelines

  • The course selection process starts in January and continues through the spring semester each school year.  During this process, students and families have the opportunity to learn about the required coursework and available electives in Georgetown ISD.  Students will choose their courses for the following school year before spring break.  Students will have the opportunity to make changes to these requests at course verification time in April-May.  In order to prepare for the following school year, and to ensure the accuracy of the requests, we only allow requests to be made on the course selection worksheet and/or the course verification worksheet, and we require a parent signature.  After these processes are complete, students may request a schedule change.  Schedule change requests must be made in writing, with a parent signature, within five (5) days of the start of class.  Requests may not be approved.

    Requests for schedule changes will be approved for the following reasons:

    1.  Error in schedule (This will be confirmed by counselor and the course verification form.  If the course verification form was not returned, this request will be denied.)
    2.  Student failure in prerequisite course
    3.  Change in program (athletics, band, choir, orchestra, etc.)

    To read more about the Secondary Schedule Change Guidelines, visit the GISD Course Guide.