Campus Tours and Student Shadowing

  • Lindbergh High School offers campus tours for prospective students and their families throughout the school year. In addition, prospective students may arrange a shadowing experience with a Lindbergh High School Student Ambassador.

    Campus tours and student shadowing occur on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Fridays and are not available during testing or special events. For more information to set up your tour or shadowing experience, click here and you will be contacted by the school.

Transfer Credits

  • If a student transfers from an unaccredited school (private, public or home-school), the student must demonstrate their knowledge of completed coursework prior to having credit awarded. To demonstrate knowledge of completed coursework, the student must meet with the respective department chair(s). The department chair will interview and assess the student to determine the student's knowledge base of the particular course(s). A letter from the department chair and respective assistant principal will be placed in the student's permanent file outlining credit awarded, if any, and what the grade (A, B, C, D, PS, F) should be issued for the course(s) being reviewed.

    An accredited school is any school accredited by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS) or the University of Missouri Committee on Accredited Schools Non-Public (CAS). If a school is located in another state or country, that school must be accredited by that state or country's department of education, NCA, ISACS, CAS or the equivalent agency.

Credit Policy Concerning Transfer Students

  • Per Lindbergh Schools policy JECC-1 (Assignment of Students to Grade Levels/Classes), if a student transfers to Lindbergh High School from an accredited school (private, public or home-school), the district will accept the units of credits completed in the previous school. It is the family's responsibility to show that the previous school or program was accredited.