Lincoln Charter 1:1
Lincoln Charter currently offers a 1:1 computing program for our high school students – meaning that all high school students use a school-owned device (laptop) throughout the school year. These devices afford Lincoln Charter students and staff various capabilities that would not be possible without this program. To learn more about Lincoln Charter 1:1, please click on the links below:
Gaston College and Cleveland Community College, in collaboration with Lincoln Charter School, offer qualifying students the opportunity to take college courses tuition free while enrolled in high school. College courses are taught to high school students who earn high school credit and college credit simultaneously. Courses are primarily taken during the school day.
Advanced Placement (AP)
Participating in the AP program gives opportunities to take college-level courses while in high school. LCS offers several AP classes that allow students to discover the joys of learning by studying subjects in greater depth and detail. AP courses demand skills that can lead to success in college. Additionally, taking rigorous AP courses demonstrates a students’ maturity, willingness to push themselves intellectually, and commitment to academic excellence; which can help students to stand out during the college admissions process.
|Content Area||College/University Prep
Course of Study (UNC 4 yr. College) Requirements
I, II, III, IV
Math I, Math II, Math III, and higher level math course with Math III as prerequisite.
A Physical Science course, Biology, Earth/Environmental Science, a science elective
|Social Studies||4 Credits
Civics and Economics, American History I and II, World History (2 courses to UNC minimum admission requirements – US History and 1 Elective)
|Second Language||2 Credits
In the same language
|Health and Physical Education||1 Credit
|Arts Education (Dance, Music, Theatre Arts and Visual Arts)||Recommended at least one credit in an arts discipline and/or requirement by local decision|
|Electives||4 Elective Credits|
This letter details changes which are in effect for the 2015-2016 school year (and beyond). These changes are mandated by NC legislation and NC School Board policy.