Registering at Pius X High School
Our registration page contains the information for new and returning students to register for school and classes at Pius X. If you need assistance, please contact our counseling office by phone at 402-488-0931 or at email@example.com.
Add and Update Student and Family Information
- If you have access to Parent Power School, update family and demographic information using that username/password.
- If you do not have access to Parent PowerSchool but do have a snapcode, use the Diocesan Registration webpage.
- Families new to diocesan Catholic schools will choose ‘2020-2021 New Student Registration’ and will not need a Snap Code. Register on the Diocesan Registration webpage.
Choose your courses in all one setting using the student username and password. After submitting your classes, print the Registration Verification Page using Ctrl+P and return this form. Check out our tips below.
Pius X and the Diocese of Lincoln offer need-based and merit-based scholarships for students. Just one application is needed, but the deadline for the Diocese of Lincoln is March 30 and May 31 for Pius X.
Print and return items 3, 4 and 5
Tips for registering for classes
Incoming Freshmen (Class of 2024)
- Open House Presentation Slides
- Tips and strategies for choosing ninth-grade classes
- Course planning worksheet
- Course selection considerations (PDF)
The due date for registration for students currently in a Lincoln Catholic grade school is listed below. Counselors will come to your grade school to get all needed papers and the $150 registration fee. Parents and student must sign the Registration Verification Form with all selected courses and bring it with other materials. We will check that the Consent Form has been checked and electronically signed, and that you have completed the demographic information.
Tuesday, Feb. 18
- St. Peter, 9 a.m.
- St. Michael, 10:15 a.m.
- St. Joseph, 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 19
- North American Martyrs, 9 a.m.
- Cathedral, 10:30 a.m.
Thursday, Feb. 20
- St. Teresa, 9:15 a.m.
- St. Patrick, 10:45 a.m.
- St. John, 11:30 a.m.
- Blessed Sacrament, 1:30 p.m.
If you are a prospective student not currently in a Lincoln Catholic grade school, please call the Counseling Office at 402-488-0931. We will establish an account for you on PowerSchool so that you can register for courses. It will be helpful for you to schedule a meeting with your counselor (see below) to discuss Pius X and what we have to offer.
Incoming Seniors (Class of 2021)
- 12th grade course selection considerations and instructions
- Incoming 12th Grade registration – 2020 Presentation
- Due date is Feb. 4
Incoming Juniors (Class of 2022)
- 11th grade course selection considerations and instructions
- Incoming 11th Grade registration – 2020 Presentation
- Due date is Feb. 5
Incoming Sophomores (Class of 2023)
When considering classes
- Challenge yourself to difficult classes, but don’t overwhelm yourself with a too rigorous schedule.
- Developing a four-year plan for courses is advisable and will help ensure that you will be able to take all your desired courses. There is also a 4-year course planning guide for you to complete and keep.
- Graduation requirements are listed in the Pius X High School Student/Parent Handbook. Please refer to these requirements as you plan your classes for this year and each year. This handbook is online at www.piusx.net under the “Academics” tab.
Remember college requirements
- Many colleges require up to four years of English, Math, Social Studies, and Science, even though we don’t require that much credit for graduation in Math, Science and Social Studies.
- Colleges often require two-years of a single foreign language for admission and may credit students for college requirements if they have taken four years of that same language during high school.
- Advanced Placement (AP) classes are available beginning sophomore year in Art, English, Social Studies, Math and Science. Students must be academically prepared for these classes, have taken the required prerequisites and able to do college-level work. Advanced Placement classes are college-level classes taught by Pius faculty followed by a national test. Colleges determine their acceptance or rejection of AP credit.
Filling out your schedule
- Be sure that you have filled all eight periods of the school day both semesters.
- If you choose to be a teacher assistant, you must still take seven courses each semester. You must complete the assistant form and turn it in with all other registration documents. It is in the Counseling Office.
- Be mindful of your extra-curricular and out-of-school schedules. Do you need a study hall? Will you use it effectively? If you choose to register for a study hall, you will be able to choose them in “Miscellaneous Courses.” Remember, you will have an automatic 20 minute study hall during 5th period each day.