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Copy of Lincoln Interactive
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Welcome to the
Over 250 Core and Elective Courses
All Lincoln Interactive core high school courses have been approved by the NCAA Eligibility Center. This organization establishes academic standards that student athletes must meet in order to compete in intercollegiate athletics
The National Network of Digital Schools works with Academic Benchmarks, the recognized leader in K-12 standards management solutions, to align all Lincoln Interactive courses with the standards set by all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the DoDEA.
The National Network of Digital Schools, which designs, develops, and delivers Lincoln Interactive courses, has received accreditation from AdvancED. We are proud to hold this distinction; it reinforces our efforts to achieve and maintain organizational quality
Stem Cell Research
Lincoln Interactive's unique language course structure promotes comprehensive learning of pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary for both the written and conversational language skills. Students also learn about the culture and cultural traditions of the language to engage them more fully and broaden their understanding.
Through collaboration with several research and educational institutions, such as Los Alamos National Laboratory and California University of Pennsylvania, students learn from real experts using simulations, videos, digital labs, and other multimedia tools.
Course Accreditation and Review
Through our relationship with the Tri-State Area School Study Council of the University of Pittsburgh, all courses are subject to a three-tier audit process to evaluate the quality of content, collect and analyze student feedback, and study student achievement and performance
Drawing and Design
Introduction to Energy
Transportation of the Future
New Solar Technologies
Energy, Climate Change, and Biodiversity
Rocket Cars and Speed Vehicles
A standards-based curriculum that combines rich multimedia with comprehensive, hands-on activities.
A program that encourages excitement and creativity in math, science, reading, writing, social studies, wellness, and visual arts.
A dynamic virtual classroom that uses teacher videos, audio stories, animated characters, and interactive games.
State-wide virtual in Wisconsin - 600 students
Blended brick and mortar high school – 600 students
Blended Brick and mortar high schools – over 3500 students
Partner with the Florida Consortium of Public Charter School Association – serve over 350 charter schools in Florida
State-wide Virtual - over 11,000 students
Serve over 300 school districts and Educational Service Centers in the following states:
State-wide virtual in Kansas – 300 students
The Guide is the adult who will be leading the student through the daily educational activities. The relationship between the Guide and the student is very important, as the Guide will be leading the student on his learning journey. In some cases, the Guide may be a teacher, a parent, or a different relative or adult. No matter the relationship, the Guide should be seen as the educational facilitator who provides the student with structure, assistance, and guidance each day.
Online Activities include audio components, educational mini-games, and teacher videos
Each student will receive one seasonal box per nine-week quarter. Each seasonal box contains one Guide Book, three activities books, storybooks from the Tales of Midlandia series, and other necessary printed materials.
State-wide virtual in Colorado - 400 students