Educational Career Plans are a tool students use to coordinate their academic schedule for the four years they are in high school.
They plot the courses they plan to take and keep track of the courses required for graduation as well as academy classes required for the career strand.
The ECP helps the student take those classes needed to be College and Career Ready.
ECPs are stored on the school server and are updated during Counselor appoinments and during advisory.
March2Success - The Army provides this resource to aid students interested in military careers. However, they also provide practice for high school standardized tests, SAT, and American College Testing (ACT). Student do need to register to access practice tests. Registration and use of the site does not obligate students to receive recruiting calls. They may choose to contact an Army representative, via email or chat, if they are interested in further information.
We encourage our seniors to pursue collegiate scholarship opportunities through the Maryland General Assembly. Each Senator and Delegate has their own deadline, required materials and timeline for processing applications. It is extremely important for students to know their legislators and to submit their scholarship applications only to the legislators that represent them. Legislators cannot accept a scholarship application from a student who lives outside of their legislative district. A student can check who their legislators are by entering their home address into the search tool available on www.mdelect.net. From this website, students can link directly to the contact information for their Senator and Delegates. If students fail to apply to the proper legislator, their application will be delayed and their eligibility to earn scholarships can be impacted.
School Specific Scholarship Opportunities – Nomination Required
REQUIREMENTS FOR NOMINATION
If a student is interested in being nominated for a scholarship opportunity, the student must provide a resume and self-assessment to their counselor, as well as the scholarship name that the student is is applying.
The Lion Learning Lab is run by our High School Facilitator of Student Support, who works with counselors, administrators, and teachers to monitor a student's academics, attendance, and behavior outside the Lab in order to provide the best possible support for students in the Lab.
Students may be assigned to the Lion Learning Lab to take online credit recovery classes, or to receive extra support in traditional classroom courses. Teachers may also send students to the Lab who need a quiet place to take a test, or extra time with an assignment
Mr. Pete Lester is the LHS Facilitator of Student Support, who runs the lab with the help of Mrs. Nancy Farver, our instructional assistant, and several LHS Peer Mentors.
Students and parents who would like to know more about the Lion Learning Lab, and additional support services, should contact their student's LHS counselor.