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Art 1

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art 1, students explore the roles of both groups of people. Students learn how daily life can be used as inspiration, and how it can be depicted through artwork. They categorize artworks according to the subject matter each is portraying. Additionally, students learn to recognize the elements of art and the principles of design, and they rate artwork. Students explore the ways in which artwork is created outside of the school setting, and they discover that art is made for different reasons. As practicing artists, students will develop their art vocabulary, art understanding, and artistic skills as they work through prompts supplied in the course.

  • Using Art Vocabulary
  • Everyday Objects in Art
  • Art Outside of School
  • Making Art for Different Reasons
  • Value of Art

Art 2

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art 2, students explore artistic expression of their own personal interests. They learn to organize art into categories…

Art 3

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art 3, students create, experiment, revise, present, analyze, and respond to artwork. Students learn the importance of presenting their art and the necessary components to consider when doing so, such as the display space, artwork preparation, and display limitations. Students revise and enhance their art in order to tell a better visual story. They also learn how to ask important questions regarding the imagery and materials an artist uses to better understand the message of the work. Art 3 gives students the observation tools they need to perceive their world and create art based on what they see and how they feel.

  • Making Art to Learn
  • Recording Stories & Life
  • Influence of Time & Place
  • Making Your Art Better

Art 4

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art 4, students begin thinking about the meaning behind works of art. They work both independently and collaboratively to brainstorm ideas for visual art, set artistic goals, and create meaningful artistic pieces. Students experiment with oil pastels and nontraditional art-making approaches and materials. They explore how regional influences can inspire an artist and create their own art based on regional inspirations. Students observe the various ways in which art can be displayed, where it can be displayed, and how its placement can impact the artist’s message. Students compare and contrast works from different cultures and create art to reflect their own cultural traditions. They also learn to use context to interpret artwork and infer information about the time, place, and culture in which works were created.

  • Creative Process
  • Solving Problems
  • Art Safety
  • Mistakes are Okay 
  • Digital Art
  • Preserving Art
  • Viewing Art

Art 5

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Art 5 gives students opportunities to work with a wide range of materials, from metal to watercolors, all while further developing their techniques and skills as artists through repeated practice. Students learn to analyze, interpret, and talk about art with their peers as well as other admirers of art. They are introduced to the idea of cultural associations and perceptions and are asked to look at imagery critically. In doing so, students learn to decide how the details of their own work could be interpreted by others. Throughout this course, students create artwork that will bring attention to topics they find important. Their work will illustrate their awareness of their surroundings and will show their developing artistic abilities.

  • Place of Significance
  • Interpretation Comparison
  • Becoming Aware
  • Quality Craftsmanship
  • Art Can Change Lives

Art K

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art K, students are introduced to the ways in which they can express ideas and demonstrate their creativity…

Cursive Handwriting

In the Cursive Handwriting course, students will have the opportunity to learn the art of cursive…

English Language Arts 1

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts 1 focuses on developing reading, writing, spelling, speaking, and listening…

English Language Arts 2

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Reading, writing, spelling, speaking, and listening are the central concepts covered in Lincoln Empowered™…

English Language Arts 3

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts 3 focuses on expanding students’ reading, writing, spelling, speaking, and listening…

English Language Arts 4

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Students in English Language Arts 4 focuses on expanding their reading, writing, spelling, speaking,…

English Language Arts 5

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In English Language Arts 5, students solidify their foundational skills in reading, writing, spelling,…

English Language Arts EK

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts EK provides a strong foundation for emergent readers and writers, preparing them for Kindergarten. This course focuses on the alphabet – letter recognition, sound recognition, and beginning writing skills of…

English Language Arts K

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts K encompasses reading, writing, speaking, spelling, and listening skills for…

Integrated Early Kindergarten

Length: Full Year

Credits: 4

The Integrated Early Kindergarten course encompasses elements of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, as well as the developmental aspects of 3- and 4-year-old students in the areas of social emotional…

Introduction to Typing

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Introduction to Typing course, students study the proper typing techniques in order to increase…

Learning about Me EK

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Learning about Me EK focuses on the social emotional development of the Early Kindergarten student.  Throughout this course, students begin to develop new and improved ways to understand and express emotions, communicate with others…

Learning through Play EK

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Learning through Play EK emphasizes the importance of growth through play in the Early Kindergarten setting. In this course, students become more familiar with the structure and setting of school, which will help them as they ease…

Learning through the Arts EK

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Learning through the Arts EK allows the Early Kindergarten student to show their creative side in the form of musical expression, visual arts, or dramatic play. Students are given opportunities to express themselves in different…

Mathematics 1

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Mathematics 1, students begin to learn mathematics in a more formal way. They focus on rote counting…

Mathematics 2

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Mathematics 2, students begin to develop the skills to solve problems mentally and to explain how…

Mathematics 3

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Students in Mathematics 3 focus on multiplication and division, as this course aims to build strong…

Mathematics 4

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Mathematics 4, students refine their skills in the areas of place value, measurement, geometry,…

Mathematics EK

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Mathematics EK introduces students to mathematical concepts, allowing them to discover that mathematics is a part of everyday life. The course focuses on rote counting, identifying numbers to 20, and classifying and identifying…

Mathematics K

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Mathematics K, students explore the world of mathematics all around them. Students begin to develop…

Music 1

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 1, students are introduced to music fundamentals such as solfège, rhythms, dynamics, meter, instrument families, and dance forms. Each topic is presented through the use of music and movement activities that include reading, singing, dancing, and writing. Students improvise original rhythmic compositions. They sing using various forms of musical expression and dance. They learn and practice proper stage and performance etiquette techniques, and they explore the ways in which music and dance work together to create specific dance forms. Students also learn about American composers whose music has influenced the American society.

  • Communicating through Music
  • About the Beat
  • Fun Expressions
  • Music About Me
  • Musical Ideas
  • Refining the Rhythm
  • Types of Instruments
  • Musical Expression
  • Influences on America
  • Music and Dancing

Music 2

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 2, students explore musical expression. They investigate how musical concepts such as tempo are…

Music 3

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 3, students explore musical basics such as melody, harmony, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, and context. They also reflect upon how these elements affect a listener’s response to the music. Students use standard notation to read and write notes and rhythm in the treble clef and then practice playing those notes on instruments including the hand drum, rhythm sticks, and the soprano recorder. They learn about new musical ideas such as the pentatonic sound, major and minor scales, and singing in solfège. Finally, students identify key classical composers and explore new musical genres such as blues, bluegrass, country, jazz, and pop music.

  • Instrument Families Dynamics & Tempo
  • Judging the Music
  • Working with Rhythms
  • Utilizing Meter & Melody
  • Musical Form
  • Reading Musical Notation
  • Ensemble Performances
  • Rehearsing and Refining
  • Musical Genres

Music 4

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 4, students identify how the elements of music (melody, harmony, timbre, dynamics, and tempo) affect…

Music 5

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 5, students demonstrate their ability to create, perform, analyze, and respond to music while making connections to personal, social, cultural, and historical perspectives. By the end of the course, students will be able to read music notation, compose music, and improvise original melodies. Students will also apply what they learn through interactive learning activities and performances on a variety of instruments including, but not limited to, the tambourine, rhythm sticks, maracas, and the soprano recorder.

  • Musical Connections
  • Key of C Major
  • Playing to Accompany
  • Fun with Improvisation
  • Composition
  • Expression in Singing
  • Instrumentals
  • Performance Decorum
  • Cultural Connections
  • Musical Theater

Music K

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music K, students are introduced to the expression of ideas and creativity in music through active involvement.…

Physical Education 1

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 1 offers students a complete physical education experience where students…

Physical Education 2

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 2 provides students with a comprehensive physical education course. Within this course, students are encouraged to discover the ways to live a healthy lifestyle, including better food choices and consistent activity.…

Physical Education 3

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 3 offers a comprehensive physical education course where students learn how to live a healthy lifestyle and are motivated to be active. Students begin by learning about the required 36 hours of organized, supervised…

Physical Education 4

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 4 provides students with a complete physical education experience where they not only learn how to live healthier lifestyles, but they are also taught and encouraged to be active every day. The course begins with…

Physical Education 5

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 5 offers a comprehensive physical education course where students are taught the basics for healthy and active living. Students begin by learning about the 36 hours of organized, supervised physical activity required…

Physical Education EK

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education EK offers students a complete physical education course that focuses on getting them up and moving. Students begin by learning about the course requirement of 36 hours of organized, supervised physical activity.…

Physical Education K

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education K offers students a comprehensive physical education course where the focus is to get students motivated to be active. Students begin by learning about the course requirement of 36 hours of organized, supervised…

Science 1

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Science 1 extends students’ exploration of the natural world. Along the way, they practice making predictions and observations, experimenting, and using scientific tools and problem-solving skills. Students investigate ecosystems…

Science 2

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Science 2 encourages students to make sense of the world around them by observing and experimenting. Through focused readings and hands-on activities, students explore matter, energy, and physical and chemical changes. They study…

Science 3

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Science 3 guides students on an exploration of the natural world, its animals, its plants, and its terrain. They learn how clouds form, what causes the cycles of seasons and of day and night on Earth, and that light and sound are…

Science 4

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Science 4 lays a foundation for future excellence in the STEM fields by introducing technology and engineering concepts, such as simple and complex machines and the steps of the engineering design process. This course encourages…

Science 5

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Science 5 puts the emphasis on doing science. Students build their knowledge by crafting models, conducting experiments, creating terrariums, and making electromagnets. They learn about plant and animal cells and their…

Science EK

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Science EK provides students with a foundation for scientific learning. The course emphasizes making predictions and then testing the predictions to determine the reality of the solution. Students test predictions on a number of…

Science K

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Science K introduces emerging learners to the knowledge and skills that help them discover and understand the natural world around them. Students learn to formulate questions, to predict, and to experiment. They use basic scientific…

Social Studies 1

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Social Studies 1 leads students beyond their local community to consider their place in their state, the nation, and the world. They explore the function and characteristics of government in the United States, including the role…

Social Studies 2

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Social Studies 2 empowers students to become productive citizens by developing their knowledge and skills in civics, history, geography, and economics. They deepen their understanding of the U.S. government by explaining the role…

Social Studies 3

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Social Studies 3 focuses on the United States, including its government and its laws. Students are encouraged to think about what it means to be productive, responsible citizens of both the nation and their own local communities.…

Social Studies 4

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Social Studies 4 introduces students to critical analysis, as they develop more detailed knowledge…

Social Studies 5

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Social Studies 5 puts American history front and center, as students learn about the Native American…

Social Studies EK

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Social Studies EK provides a foundation of rules and consequences as well as a beginning look at cultures. Students recognize themselves as being part of a group and begin to recognize and solve their own problems. Students acquire…

Social Studies K

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Social Studies K introduces emerging learners to the knowledge and skills that help them to become…

Wellness EK

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Wellness EK focuses on the physical health and wellness of the Early Kindergarten student. This course emphasizes healthy eating habits, exercise, small and gross motor control and development, safety, and appropriate hygiene. Engaging…

American History I – Colonial Era through Civil War

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

American History I – Colonies through Civil War introduces students to early American history and covers topics ranging from the first inhabitants of the North American continent through the end of the American Civil War. Students examine the growth of the United States, including major events that led to the American Revolution; post-Revolutionary War growth; the political, economic, and social landscape in the early 1800s; slavery; and territorial expansion. Students explore concept of Manifest Destiny and the Civil War, leading to an analysis of the state of the nation at the Civil War’s end.

  • Election of 1828
  • European Colonization of America
  • Canada, Central America, & Mexican Independence
  • Opposing Native Americans
  • The Constitution
  • The Bill of Rights
  • Civil War
  • Northern & Southern Advancement
  • Immigration
  • Industrial Revolution

Ancient History

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Ancient History enables students to explore the cultures of ancient civilizations throughout the world. They discover each civilization's contributions to art, music, literature, education, religion, science, technology, government,…

Art 6

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Art 6 encourages students to collaborate to create art. Students investigate how art can be personally significant while learning to be open to new artistic ideas, materials, methods, and creative approaches. In this course, students also explore the ways in which art equipment and materials can affect the environment. They study why and how artistic design can influence people, and they design art for a diverse population. Students also determine whether works of art successfully communicate their intended message. This course introduces three-dimensional art, and students compare two-dimensional and three-dimensional pieces before creating their own 3-D artwork. They will view art from around the world and determine what the works reveal about the values and lifestyles of the people depicted in the works. Finally, students learn the importance of preserving art and the ways in which to critique art.

  • Artistic Investigation
  • Collaborative Combination
  • Upcycle Design
  • Revising Work
  • Time and Place
  • Art Critique

Art 7

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Art 7, students transition from exploratory art discovery to a more discipline-based approach. This new approach focuses on developing students’ skills and techniques as well as content knowledge, while still allowing for exploration and individuality. Students have the opportunity to act as real artists through repeated sketching, concept development, and continued research and observation activities while they work with a variety of media. Art 7 includes a strong focus on independent, creative thinking and problem solving through project-based learning. This course is designed to cover a half year of instruction, but it can be completed at each student's own pace. The project-based activities have dedicated, multi-day lessons to allow students time to sufficiently and successfully develop their ideas and artwork.

  • Identity Explosion
  • Grass-Growing Clay Pets
  • Thief in the Night
  • Unconventional Garment
  • Figures of Inspiration
  • Two-Sided Landscape Art
  • Daily Food Sculpture

Art 8

Length: Semester

Credits: 1

In Art 8, students will be introduced to design elements and principles, as well as contemporary art-making…

English Language Arts 6

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

The English Language Arts 6 course supports students' continual growth as skilled readers and writers.…

English Language Arts 7

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts 7 introduces students to reading a wide array of literature and informational…

English Language Arts 7 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

English Language Arts 8

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts 8 introduces students to literature and informational texts. Through lessons…

English Language Arts 8 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

The Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met,…

Introduction to Computer Programming

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

The Introduction to Computer Programming course, a course for middle school students, provides a foundation for future programming courses. The Introduction to Computer Programming course, a course for middle school students, provides…

Introduction to Foreign Language

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

The Introduction to Foreign Language course is geared toward students who are interested in taking…

Mathematics 5

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Mathematics 5 focuses on developing students’ math skills and problem-solving strategies. Problems…

Mathematics 5 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Mathematics 6

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Mathematics 6 introduces students to rational numbers and explores the concept of absolute value. Students work with ratios and rates to analyze relationships, and they connect these concepts to percents. Students also apply all…

Mathematics 7

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Students in Mathematics 7 begin their journey on the pathway to developing a strong mathematics framework.…

Mathematics 7 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Mathematics 8

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Mathematics 8 prepares students for more difficult mathematics courses by exposing students to foundational arithmetic concepts. Students in this course examine the elements of geometry by being introduced to angles, lines, and…

Mathematics 8 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Middle School Civics and Government

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Middle School Civics and Government introduces students to the basic principles of the democratic government of the United States. Students examine the structure of legislation, including the numerous branches of government and…

Middle School Earth and Space Science

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Middle School Earth and Space Science, students study the planet Earth and the extensive solar…

Middle School Geography

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Students learn to study the Earth’s landscape in Middle School Geography. In this course, students…

Middle School Health

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

By taking Middle School Health, students begin to learn and adopt healthier lifestyles, diets, exercise routines, and family dynamics. Middle School Health covers topics from improving lifestyles and nurturing familial relationships…

Middle School Life Science

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Middle School Life Science introduces students to an integrated approach to physical and life sciences.…

Middle School Life Science - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Middle School Nutrition and Personal Fitness

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Middle School Nutrition and Personal Fitness, students explore nutrition, dietary needs, and physical…

Middle School Physical Science

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Middle School Physical Science introduces students to the foundational concepts of both physics and chemistry. Students begin by studying topics related to the nature of science and engineering, where they gain the skills necessary…

Music 6

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 6, students express ideas and creativity through music. Students apply music terminology to different…

Music 7

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

In Music 7, students explore the history, development, and attributes of American music. They will learn music theory and music reading skills, which are presented and reinforced within the context of historical musical works. Students interpret sheet music that represents various genres of American music. Additionally, students practice performing music vocally and with a pitched instrument.

  • Foundations of Music
  • Musicalities
  • Musical Architecture
  • Westward Bound
  • Turn of the Century
  • Take the Stage
  • Talk about Pop Music
  • Music of the Future

Music 8

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Music 8, students are introduced to a variety of music genres and instruments. They explore the…

Physical Education 6

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 6 provides a complete physical education experience, allowing students to learn the basics of living a healthy life and the benefits of being active as often as possible. Students begin by learning about the 36…

Physical Education 7

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 7 offers a comprehensive physical education course for students to assist them in creating a healthy lifestyle and living active life. Students begin by learning about the required 72 hours of supervised, physical…

Physical Education 8

Length: Quarter

Credits: 0.25

Physical Education 8 offers a complete physical education experience for students, helping them learn about and implement healthy habits. Whether it is with nutrition, exercise, or general life choices, students are educated on…

Pre-Algebra

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Pre-Algebra, students explore concepts such as integers, expressions, equations, and fractions.…

Pre-Algebra - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

The Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met,…

1960s America

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

The 1960s America course gives students a look at life during this exciting and monumental decade. This course covers the social, political, and cultural movements and changes that occurred in the 1960s. Students explore different historical events and determine how these events impacted American citizens during the decade and afterward. The course also focuses on significant headlines of the 1960s to give students a realistic perspective of this decade.

Course Topics:

  • Music and Culture of the 60s
  • Civil Rights in the 1960s
  • Vietnam
  • Feminism
  • 1968

 

Advertising

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Throughout the Advertising course, students discover the various ways that advertisements touches…

African American History

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

African American History is a survey course that spans the history of America, including ancient African society and culture through the presidency of Barack Obama. Students examine the African American struggle to secure their constitutional rights. This course explores the powerful and influential role of African Americans in U.S. history.

  • Triangle Trade
  • Notable Figures
  • The Great Depression
  • Civil Rights Amendments
  • Jim Crow Laws
  • Advances in the Courts

African American Literature

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

African American Literature is a survey course that spans the history of America as it relates to…

Algebra I

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Algebra I, students explore variables, function patterns, graphs, and equations. They will describe and translate graphic, algebraic, numeric, and verbal representations of relations and use those representations to solve problems. Students will develop computational, procedural, and problem-solving skills throughout this course, building a solid foundation for further study in mathematics.

  • Solving Equations
  • Units & Sequences
  • Graphs & Functions
  • Linear Equations & Graphs
  • Exponents/Exponential Functions
  • Polynomials & Factoring
  • Quadratic Equations

Algebra I - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Algebra II

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Algebra II, students analyze situations verbally, numerically, graphically, and symbolically. Students solve equations and inequalities. They extend their knowledge of algebraic expressions, absolute value, functions, and graphs. The Algebra II course prepares students for more difficult mathematical concepts and content.

  • Rational Expressions
  • Interpret Functions
  • Function Composition
  • Complex Numbers
  • Binomial Expansion
  • Trigonometric Functions

Algebra II - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

American History II - Reconstruction through WWII

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In American History II – Reconstruction through WWII course, students continue to study American history…

American History III - Post WWII to Present

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In American History III – Post WWII to Present, students conclude their exploration of American history…

American Literature

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In American Literature, students explore various cultural periods of American literature. They examine…

American Literature - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Anatomy and Physiology

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Within Anatomy and Physiology, students will explore the fascinating dynamics of the human body. Students begin by exploring the history of anatomy, essential anatomical terminology, and the hierarchical organization of the human…

Applied Mathematics

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Applied Mathematics covers the fundamental mathematics necessary for students to obtain a broad range of skills. Although problems in this course apply to a variety of topics from Algebra to Geometry, emphasis is given to real-world…

Art and Visual Culture

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Art and Visual Culture, students analyze and interpret artwork created by others, examine the concepts of aesthetics and art criticism, and explore the practical application of art in a variety of careers. Art and Visual Culture…

Art Appreciation

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Art Appreciation, students explore visual art from the ancient world to the present day. Students…

Astronomy

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Astronomy, students begin by discussing basic astronomical concepts and discoveries throughout history. They take an in-depth look at the first moments of the universe by studying the Big Bang. From there, they investigate the…

Biology

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Biology covers a wide range of concepts in the field of biology. They are introduced to the concept…

Biology - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

British Literature

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

British Literature provides students with a survey of literature in this genre. Students explore the…

Business Applications

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Business Applications, students focus on business software and the corresponding skills required…

Business Management

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Business Management guides students through examples of their roles as wage earners, consumers, and…

Business Mathematics

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Business Mathematics, students discover a variety of basic mathematical concepts and tools for real-word mathematical application including algebraic equations, formulas, operations using fractions, decimals, and percentages.…

Business Mathematics - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Calculus

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Calculus evaluates higher-level mathematics through analytical/algebraic, numerical, graphical, and…

Career Explorations

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Career Explorations allows students to investigate the necessary steps to prepare for careers that…

Chemistry

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Chemistry gives students a deeper understanding of the world around them as they investigate how chemistry is involved in everyday life. Students explore fundamental chemistry content and concepts, including the metric system, the…

Communications

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Communications, students explore various aspects of communication. They investigate the foundations…

Consumer Mathematics

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Consumer Mathematics, students learn mathematical concepts that they will use in their daily lives. They focus on addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, as well as fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions,…

Creative Writing

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Creative Writing is a course in which students discover, analyze, and apply the methods and styles…

Debate

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In the Debate course, students learn crucial debate terminology, speech strategies, and persuasive…

Earth Science

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Earth Science, students discover the theories about how Earth first formed. They explore Earth’s history and the different geologic processes that continually take effect and help to shape the planet. Students debate the ways…

Earth Science - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Economics

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Economics presents basic economic theory to students. They explore the ways in which the economy effects…

English Grammar

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Students enrolled in English Grammar explore basic, intermediate, and advanced concepts of grammar,…

English Language Arts 10

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In  English Language Arts 10, students focus on literature, grammar, and composition. They examine…

English Language Arts 10 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

English Language Arts 9

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

English Language Arts 9 introduces students to elements of literature from classic to modern times…

English Language Arts 9 - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

Environmental Science

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Environmental Science introduces students to the scientific method, terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems,…

Exploring Cinema

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Exploring Cinema introduces students to film-making and cinematic productions. In this course, students…

Fashion Design

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Fashion Design is an advanced course for students interested in learning the intricate process of…

Forensic Science

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Students enrolled in Forensic Science will develop a better understanding of the reality of forensic science, which is often contradicted by the fictional forensic science portrayed in entertainment. Students begin by exploring…

French I

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

French I is an introductory course designed for students who have little or no previous knowledge…

French II

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In French II, students have the opportunity to review some of the structures from French I, but they…

French III

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In French III, students continue their study of the French language and popular French culture. They…

Fundamentals of Ecology

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Fundamentals of Ecology allows students to explore the ways in which organisms interact with their…

Geometry

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In Geometry, students begin to create a solid foundation in mathematics by studying and exploring…

Geometry - Credit Recovery

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Credit Recovery courses combine four facets of curriculum design, all of which equip students for content mastery. Each uniquely designed course allows for the needs of individual students to be met, and…

German I

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

In German I, students are introduced to the basic and fundamental skills necessary for expressing…

German II

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

German II provides students with a comprehensive introduction to nouns and verbs and previously learned…

German III

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

German III, students continue their study of the German language and popular German culture. Students…

Greek and Roman Mythology

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Greek and Roman Mythology, students explore myths from Greece and Rome. They examine the history…

High School Civics and Government

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

High School Civics and Government offers students an introduction to the foundation of the democratic…

High School Health

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In High School Health, students discover how to make conscientious decisions when attempting to improve their overall health and wellness. From healthy lifestyles, diets, and exercise to responsibilities within individual families…

High School Nutrition and Personal Fitness

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

High School Nutrition and Personal Fitness helps students to recognize the impacts that nutritional…

Human Development and Family Studies

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Students in the Human Development and Family Studies course explore the basic information about human development, parenting roles and strategies, and functioning effectively within the family in today’s changing and complex society.…

Introduction to Business

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In Introduction to Business, students explore their roles as wage earners, consumers, and citizens as they discover the wide, exciting world of business. In this introductory course, students investigate topics pertaining to investment…

Introduction to College Writing

Length: Semester

Credits: 1

Lincoln Empowered™ Introduction to College Writing prepares students to create freshman writing pieces…

Introduction to Digital Media

Length: Full Year

Credits: 1

Introduction to Digital Media provides students with a foundation in graphic arts, sound, and video media. Students explore production and portfolio generation while evaluating and analyzing other artists. Topics extend beyond the…

Introduction to Engineering

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

Introduction to Engineering provides students with an overview of the field of engineering and the…

Law

Length: Semester

Credits: 0.5

In the Law course, students examine citizen obligations to law enforcement, the court system, and…