Welcome to Students and Parents
The purpose of this academic planning guide is to assist students and parents in planning a course of study tailored to individual student needs, interests, and aspirations. After an introductory section on general requirements, grades, academic placement, and student classification, the program of studies provides a brief description of the prerequisites and content of the courses offered by the Beaumont Independent School District. These descriptions should be consulted in selecting courses for next year. Students and parents with questions regarding courses and the implications of selecting them are encouraged to consult with school counselors. Information in this guide is subject to change at any time due to updates in local, state, and federal policies.
Parents and Students should:
- Review the state and local course requirements included in the guide. Also, review the graduation requirements for the Foundation High School Plan.
- Consider your post-secondary education plans and career interests. Decide which college or other post-high school programs you might attend.
- Review the core course and elective offerings.
- Complete the course selection process as directed by your school counselor and/or advisor.
Availability of courses listed in the academic planning guide depends on student requests, staffing and other resources at each campus. Some courses may not be available on all campuses in a face-to-face traditional format. Other formats (online learning or distance learning) may be utilized to provide a course to meet student requests within district procedures. Beaumont Independent School District seeks to provide equal educational opportunity without regard for race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability.
Additional information can be found on the Beaumont ISD website, www.bmtisd.com