The Lake Holcombe School District recognizes that students learn in different ways and therefore provides a variety of educational programs and options to students developed and approved through the Board and the administration.
The District's programs include a variety of opportunities using both on-site and distance learning. The availability of educational options varies depending on the school of attendance and individual student circumstances, and the District is frequently evaluating and updating its programs. Students and parents are encouraged to consult with the school administration to discuss programs best suited for them. The following contains brief descriptions of the educational options available through the District's programs, but is not intended to be an exhaustive list:
Early College Credit Program
High school students may take college courses for high school and/or college credit.
Start College Now Program
Students enrolled in grades eleven (11) and twelve (12) may take technical college courses for high school and/or college credit.
Dual Credit Programs
Students enrolled in grades eleven (11) and twelve (12) may take approved dual credit programs with Technical Colleges.
Eligible students may receive tutoring from staff or designated student tutors. Qualified students may be appointed to serve as tutors for service credit or academic credit.
Independent study provides the opportunity for students to explore career options or to take a course not available as an offered course. Independent studies may also take the student into the greater school community for experience under the co-sponsorship of people in other professions, businesses, government, or industry.
Advanced study offers students the opportunity to go beyond the curriculum of a course or to integrate two (2) or more content areas. Advanced studies may also take the student into the greater school community for experience under the co-sponsorship of people in other professions, businesses, government, or industry.
Students may enroll in online courses when such course is not otherwise available or as an educational alternative better suited to the diverse learning needs of students.
Students may enroll in the District's cooperative education program offered with a course or in a work-study program designed to the individual needs of the student.
The District offers a summer school program that includes both enrichment and credit recovery options.
Youth Apprenticeship Program
The District offers a Youth Apprenticeship program as part of the Statewide School-to-Work initiative.
Full-Time Open Enrollment Program
The District offers a full-time open enrollment opportunity to students.
Part-Time Open Enrollment Program
The District offers a part-time open enrollment opportunity to students
Courses for Home-Based Private Education Students
Students enrolled in home-based private education programs may take up to two (2) courses per semester in the District.