Online Classroom Experience

CONTACT US

Address: Las Colinas Sur, de la base militar Julian Roque 600 mts al sur.

Phone: +505-2276-3000

US Phone: +1-(786) 467-8457

E-mail: lincoln@lincoln.edu.ni

Programs

Elementary Program

 

The Elementary Division partners with schools and families to provide an academically supportive online environment to engage all students. Coursework is accredited and delivered by highly qualified educators who work with you to prepare students to excel throughout their elementary years. Our goal is to ensure each child works with educators who understand the importance of providing a curriculum in a personalized and meaningful experience so that your learning is the focus of our program. Please see the Curriculum Guide for a complete listing of all the core, elective, and specialty course options available for elementary students.

Middle School Program

 

Middle School is the time when students can explore options or begin to determine their strengths as they relate to possible careers and preparation for high school. Serving as the transition between lower and upper school,  the middle school team provides a strong foundation while building scaffolds in to support academic growth that will prepare students for rigorous college prep and career prep classes.

Academically advanced or talented eighth-grade students have the opportunity to take several courses for high school credit, earning dual credit for both middle and high school success. Please see the Curriculum Guide for a complete listing of the core, elective and specialty courses available to Middle School students.

High School Program

 

Our High School Programs offer a highly engaging, academically rigorous program of study that is designed to challenge each student to achieve the highest academic standards possible as they prepare for college.

Each full-time student meets with their academic advisor to develop a personal academic plan, designed to meet their individual career and college goals.

Graduation Requirements

20+ Credits

  

  • English Language Arts

    • 4 years of study (4.0 credits)

  • Mathematics   

    • 4 years of study (4.0 credits)

 

  • Science

    • 3 years of study (3.0 credits) 2 years – lab-based

 

  • Social Studies

    • 3 years of study (3.0 credits) American Government and Economics required.

 

  • World Language

    • 2 years of study (2.0 credits)

 

  • PE & Health

    • 1 year of study (1.0 credit)

  • Major or Minor Program of Study

    • 3 years of study (3.0 credits)

Majors & Minors

  • Full-time students may choose a Major or Minor in one of our exciting programs of study: Career and Technical Education focused programs, (STEM, Business & Finance, Marketing & Entrepreneurship, Emerging Technologies ) World Languages, Theology, or International Studies, are all among the many exciting options available for students. Summer Programs

  • Our full service “Summer Program” offers a unique opportunity for students to take courses for accelerated learning, test prep, additional credits, or for credit recovery. We offer instruction by subject area experts in over 100 online courses, including core subject areas, electives, remedial courses, and College Test Preparatory classes.  All of the teachers utilize interactive and engaging student activities, resources, assignments, quizzes, and tests.

  • Some summer programs offer a blended learning approach and so students can come to campus, participate in career-related internships, or enroll in college-level courses. All courses are offered online, with some classes being offered on-site at a LIA Campus. Please request additional information or register today for summer opportunities.