2010-2011 Junior-Senior High School Curriculum
When you select courses, please
be certain you make informed decision and consider a variety of options.
You will need to focus on long term goals that match your interests.
Regardless of whether you plan to attend college, technical school, join
the armed services or the work force, the courses you select now will
lead to building your knowledge base and preparing you for what lies
ahead. You should always try to make choices that maximize your
Junior High 2010
Senior High 2010
The Lackawanna Trail
Junior-Senior High School 2010-2011 curriculum is updated with
several new courses including courses that are eligible for
college credit at Keystone College.
Please be sure to check
to the course descriptions meet your educational needs.
The years that you spend in seventh and eighth grade will
prepare you for entrance into the challenging curriculum of the
high school. As you complete your studies, it is of great
importance that you dedicate the time necessary to master the
content taught. Each skill learned will prepared you for
academic success in the future.
Seventh Grade Courses
Eighth Grade Courses
The High school curriculum features several
Advanced Placement offerings including AP English, AP US
History, AP US Government, and AP World History, as well as
courses which earn college credit through our partnership with
Keystone College. Students may also choose a
Vocational/Technical option or School-To-Work Experience and
earn up to 2 units of credit for their experience in the
workforce. When selecting your subjects, check for prerequisites
as some courses will require them.
Guide to selecting your
* Establish personal
* Evaluate your personal strengths
* Have specific objectives
* Learn about the college you want to attend
* Plan college visits or job shadowing
* Talk to parents, teachers and guidance
* Select subjects to help you reach your goals.
Dual Enrollment with Keystone College
Dual Enrollment allows students to take
college courses and earn post-secondary credits while completing high
school gradation requirements. Lackawanna Trail offers several dual
enrollment courses including AP English, Honors English IV, AP US
History, Honors Word History, Honors Psychology, Honors Chemistry,
Honors Physics, Honors Statistics, Honors Calculus, Honors Anatomy and
Physiology, and Honors Spanish IV. Contact the Guidance Department for
more information about these courses.