• Course Selection

    We expect students, after discussion with their parents, teachers, and counselors, to choose their courses with care. It is important that students select courses that will help them achieve their future educational and/or career goals. Alternate courses must also be selected and should be ones that the students want to take if their first choices are unavailable. Occasionally, a course listed in the program of studies will not be offered due to low student enrollment or is unavailable due to a conflict with another course. Please also note, changes made by the State of Florida DOE may not be reflected in this Curriculum Guide due to changes not being finalized prior to printing. 

     

     

    Course Prerequisites

    Entry-level courses, in most cases, have no prerequisites and are open to all students. However, as students progress to upper level classes, basic skills must have been mastered in order for students to be successful. At North Marion High School, we want all students to be successful at the highest academic level possible.Through working with students, we have found that students who meet the prerequisites designated in the Program of Studies are most successful. If a student wishes to enroll in a course and has not met the prerequisites, the parent should arrange a conference with the student’s guidance counselor.

     

     

     

    Marion County Public Schools: An Equal Opportunity School District

    Statement of Non-Discrimination Policy

    The Marion County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, or genetic information in its educational programs, services or activities, or in its hiring or employment practices as required by Title IX, Title VI, Title VII, Age Discrimination Act of 1967 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 1992, Americans with Disabilities Act, the Florida Educational Equity Act of 1984.  The District also provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other patriotic youth groups as required by the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act. Complaints/Inquiries regarding compliance with these regulations may be submitted to: Dawana Gary, Director of Equity Assurance.

     

    Dawana Gary, Director – Equity & Ethics, ADA, Title IX and Equity Issues

    352-671-7711

     

    William McAteer, Director – Student Services, Title IX Student Grievances

    352-671-6860

     

    Richard Sumner, Coordinator

    Section 504 Compliance

    352-671-6832