The Lebanon Community School Corporation recently unveiled information touting the corporation’s efforts, aimed at “Building the Bridge Between Education and Career Opportunities.” You can view the complete publication by clicking the link above. Below are a few information snippets.
At Lebanon Community School Corporation, we offer high school students over 40 course options in Career and Technical Education (CTE), so that we can energize learning and encourage our students to prepare for college, a career, public service, or any combination of the three.
Advanced Placement Course Offerings
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science A
AP English Language & Composition AP English Literature & Composition AP Environmental Science
AP European History
AP U.S. History
AP U.S. Government & Politics
AP Physics 1: Algebra Based
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design
Lebanon High School students that pursue college level courses will receive rigorous instruction involving independent and self-directed learning, research, academic writing, debate and presentation. These rigorous courses are taught as college classes and are listed in the Course Description Guide as AP, Pre-AP, Honors, or Dual Credit. Contact us at
[email protected] and we’ll send to you a recent LHS Course Description Guide.
These challenging pathways will require students to spend significant time outside of the classroom studying, reading, and writing. Students who pursue these rigorous courses are planning to earn college credit in high school, attend a four year college with increased admission standards, and/or pursue competitive academic programs after high school.
Capstone Course Experiences
The Capstone Course Experiences are a great way for students to engage in a career area of their interest. Through these courses students are exposed to real world experiences while applying skills taught in our classrooms. Important details to note about the programs:
• Grades Grades 11 and/or 12
• Double-block experience
• Full-year program
• Students must provide their own transportation
• Students must meet all requirements for specific program and be on track to graduate
• Construction Trades I & II
• Health Science Education II: Nursing
• Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
• Cadet Teaching
• Precision Machining
• Work-Based Learning
From Superintendent Dr. Jon Milleman:
“Our Lebanon High School teachers and staff work every day to prepare our students for a post-secondary education and the 21st century workforce. LHS accomplishes this by providing students with rigorous and high-quality educational opportunities that include 14 Advanced Placement Courses, 40 CTE courses, and 36 Dual Credit and College Credit Courses. We know that not every student wishes to pursue a post-secondary education, this is why we offer students a Work-Based Learning experience and partner with over 100 local businesses and organizations to provide students the opportunity to develop skill sets that will prepare them for workforce immediately after graduation.
We also provide students learning environments and community spaces that are safe, state-of-the-art, and designed to support student success.”