Program of Studies

2019-2020 High School Program of Studies

Mission Statement
Message from High School Principals
Message from Guidance Director
Graduation Requirements
Regents Appeals and Superintendent Determination

Academic Policies  - Instructional Level Placement, Grading Practice, Course Credit, Final Course Average, Cumulative GPA, Advanced Placement (AP), College Courses, Transcripts, High School Course Designations, Repeating a Course/Failing a Course, School –To-Career Activities, College and Career Center, Academic Recognition, and National Honor Society (NHS)

Honors, College and AP Course Offerings - Advanced Placement and College Courses Successful achievement on the AP exam and passing a College course can result in college credit (see chart below). It is the expectation of the Lakeland central School District that all who enroll in either an AP and/or College courses pay for the exam and/or course when payment is requested. Additionally, it is expected that all students taking an AP course sit for the AP exam (note: AP exam scores are not reflected on a student’s transcript).

Scheduling  - Drop Policy, Dropping Deadline, Add Policy, Add Deadline, and Course Availability

Academic Departments
Art

Career and Technical Education
English and English Electives
ENL - English as a New Language
Math
Music
Physical Education and Health
Science
Social Studies
Special Education
Departmental 3 Program

ACE Academy - Achieving Connections in Education
World Languages

OC21 - Online Courses for the 21st Century
Interscholastic Athletic Activities 
Tech Center