Campus Programs

Campus Programming:


Elementary Campuses:       

  • Identified gifted students are clustered together with Gifted and Talented trained teachers in heterogeneous classrooms.

  • Course enrichment utilizing GT strategies and differentiated lessons occur in the regular classroom with some independent study options.

  • Pull-out programs for enrichment with STRIVE Specialist.

  • Students participate in Service Learning projects at least two times per year.


Intermediate:

  • Identified gifted students are clustered together with Gifted and Talented trained teachers in heterogeneous classrooms.

  • Course enrichment utilizing GT strategies and differentiated lessons occur in the regular classroom with some independent study options.

  • Some advanced classes may be offered for students who wish to broaden their knowledge with coursework that is indepth and rigorous.

  • Pull-out programs for enrichment with STRIVE Specialist.

  • Students participate in Service Learning projects at least two times per year.


LH Junior High, Grades 7-8  

  • STRIVE classes use curriculum designed specifically to meet the special needs of gifted students with emphasis on modifications in content taught, processes used for learning, and student products.  Students complete guided as well as independent research.

  • Advanced classes are offered for students who wish to broaden their knowledge with coursework that is indepth and rigorous. The classroom environment encourages students to be more involved in their academic learning outcomes.

  • Students participate in Service Learning projects at least two times per year.


LH High, Grades 9-12

  • High school programs are designed for students who wish to broaden their knowledge with coursework that is indepth and rigorous.  The classroom environment encourages students to be more involved in their academic learning outcomes.

  • Students have the opportunity to participate in advanced coursework through Pre-Advanced, Advanced Placement and Dual Credit courses.

  • Courses are offered in language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, foreign languages, art, music, and computer science.

  • Students who participate in coursework of advanced academics may be eligible for the Distinguished Achievement Program for graduation.

  • Students have the opportunity to become a Mentor or participate in apprenticeship assignments.


Options for enrichment:


  • Robotics

  • Science Fair

  • Service Learning Activities

  • Projects in art/music/theatre

  • Odyssey of the Mind

  • UIL Activities

  • Special performances

  • Independent studies

  • Community activities

  • In-class compacting/acceleration

  • Part-day placement in higher class

  • Pull-out program

  • Distance learning classes

  • Dual enrollment classes (HS and college concurrently)

  • Correspondence courses

  • Summer credit for advancement (outside the district)

  • Advanced Placement courses/exams

  • Mentorships

  • Special interest clubs

  • Contests, Book Challenge

  • Small School Academic Challenge

  • Advanced Technology Applications

  • Microsoft Office Certifications

Campus Programs.pdf