Course Selection Guide
La Verna High School Student Planning 21/22
Course Selection Spring 2021 Timeline
February 2 - 4
• Course Selection Presentations and Instructions by Counselors; Selection sheet
• 11th grade English
• 9th & 10th grade History classes
February 5 - 10
• Students complete course planning worksheet and get parent and teacher signatures
• All 9th – 11th students verify that they can log into their Xello account
o Students can log-in via Digital Den or https://login.xello.world/
o User name is LV-student ID # and your password is your 8 digit birthday.
February 11 - 26
• Students select and submit (lock in) courses in Xello. This may be done on any
computer, Chrome Book or iPad. It will not work on phones.
• This may be completed at home. The library and Career Center will also be available.
• All CTE students will have dedicated time in their CTE classes to enter their choices in
Xello the week of February 16 – 19
• PLEASE NOTE – if a student hits “SUBMIT”, they will lock the course planner and
cannot make changes unless a counselor or teacher unlocks it for them.
• Last day to submit course selections to course planner.
• Signed course selection sheets are due to English teachers.
The Foundation High School Program provides students the opportunity to earn an endorsement, a distinguished level of achievement and/or a performance acknowledgement. The link provides the different pathways La Vernia ISD offers.
Listing of all course offerings for the 2021-2022 school year. Please see the Course Catalog for course descriptions and prerequisites.
Students will work with their parents & teachers to develop a plan for their 4 years in High School. Once completed the students will use the form to select courses in Xello.
Formerly Career Cruising, Xello is an engaging online platform to help students build the skills, knowledge & plans to be future ready. Additionally, students will create their Graduation Plans & select courses. Click the link for login info.
LVHS currently offers 26 different courses with opportunity to obtain college credit. Students can do this through AP courses, Dual Credit Courses, or Onramps. Learn more about each opportunity in this guide.