1872908 LINCOLN HS(Environmental/Social Policy)

1872908 LINCOLN HS(Environmental/Social Policy)

Program Description
The Liberal Arts Magnet theme provides programs that prepare students to be knowledgeable citizens of the 21st century and empower them to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. The programs are dedicated to the formation of knowledge in Humanities, Social Policy or World Languages areas or to utilize alternative pedagogies. Academic excellence and commitment to the values of diversity, community and collaboration provide the foundation in Liberal Arts Magnet schools.
Grades:
9-12
Phone:
(323) 441-4579
Program Capacity 2018-2019:
372
Applications Received 2017-2018:
10
Openings 2018-2019:
93
Success Secret:
The Lincoln Environmental and Social Policy (ESP) Magnet School that provides all students a career-ready and a 4 year college-preparatory program. Because of the small size of our school, our teachers commit themselves to engaging students, accommodating to different student learning styles, and believe in personalized instruction. At Lincoln ESP, we challenge ALL students to be critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, hard-working collaborators, and reflective, inquisitive, and thoughtful members of our community.
Track:
Single Track
School Website:
Tour Information:
Call anytime to set up an appointment
Magnet Vision:
All students will graduate having met state standards and having prepared for a highly skilled career and/or a four-year college/university. It is our firm belief that parent involvement will improve student achievement and our efforts are continuous in promoting parent participation. Our goal is to involve all parents/guardians of Lincoln Environmental and Social Policy Magnet High School Students. We are committed to educating active participants for a socially just and environmentally sustainable future.
Magnet Mission:
To foster a personalized, rigorous and engaging academic environment where every student is known, valued and supported. Our mission is to graduate students who can participate actively in the form and function of these communities by fostering a personalized, rigorous, and engaging environment where every student is known, valued, and encouraged to realize her/his maximum potential.
Academic/Career Pathways:
Agriculture and Natural Resources, Video Production Business and Finance
Academic Competition Teams:
Academic Decathlon
Athletic Teams:
American Football, Cross country, Girls Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Boys Track and Field, Girls Track and Field, Boys Volleyball
Community Partnerships:
Occidental College St. Johns Clinic LA Works(Day of Sevice for MLK Day) Community Gardening Classes(2nd Semester)
Advanced Placement (AP) Course Offerings:
International Baccalaureate (IB) Program:
After-School Programs:
Educare AVID, Band, Cheer, Drama,Key Club, MESA, M.E.C.H.A, United Students, Environmental Activism
Other Theme-Based Activities:
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