Lindbergh High School Academy
The Lindbergh High School Academy is an extension of Lindbergh High School that provides an alternative learning environment for students. A school within a school, the Academy is designed to meet each individual student’s needs. It is designed to assist students who have experienced limited success in the regular educational setting and see a true need for change in themselves.
How is it the same as LHS?
- Students receive a Lindbergh High School diploma.
- Students participate in Lindbergh High School’s graduation ceremony.
- Student follow the Lindbergh Schools Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
- Students follow Lindbergh High School’s attendance policy.
- Students may participate in extracurricular activities and school sponsored events.
- Courses follow the same curriculum objectives.
How is it different?
- Smaller school size (Limited to 75 students)
- Reduced student-teacher ratio
- Hands-on learning; interdisciplinary units in an exploratory 1-1 learning environment
- In-class assignments and supervised study
- Individual, self-paced learning
- Service learning projects required every semester
- Four classes every nine weeks; students can earn 8 credits per year
- Modified Daily class schedule
Who should apply?
Students who may be experiencing one or more of the following situations:
- Low motivation for school, both academically and social-emotionally
- Lack of consistency in earning credits
- Potentially able, but lack basic skills
How to apply?
Contact your school counselor for more information.