School CHOICE Process Class of 2017. 2012-2013. LBUSD Mission: To support the personal and intellectual success of every student, every day. The 9 CHOICE High Schools. Cabrillo CAMS Jordan Lakewood McBride Millikan Poly Renaissance Wilson.
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School CHOICE Process Class of 2017
LBUSD Mission: To support the personal and intellectual success of every student, every day.
Every student must fill out an application
November 17, 2012
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Special Education SDC Tours:
Morning & Afternoon
Monday, December 17th
Application for High School/Secondary Specialized Programs to the middle school counselor.
at Special Projects Services, High School Choice Office
Robinson and Powell Applications
Due December 10, 2012
Specialized Programs select students who have indicated an interest in their programs, and input into LROIX
Monday, January 28th
Secondary Specialized Programs’ Letters of Acceptance/Denial mailed home from the High School Office.
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Monday, February 4th
DEADLINE for students accepted toSecondary Specialized Programsto return oneIntent to Attend form to their Middle School Counselor who will input this into LROIX no later than February 8th.
Private school students deliverIntent to Attend formdirectly to the Secondary Specialized Programselected.
February 11th – 15th
Secondary Specialized Programs finalize their Specialized Program rosters based on the number of Intent to Attend forms that are returned and inputted.
No LROIX pending lists will be created for SSPs.
February 25th – March 1st
High School Office assigns students to high schools based on high school CHOICE and priority enrollment to their resident high school
Assignment letters sent to parents from High School Office
Private School students may enroll at their resident high school (call High School registrar to determine documentation and/or programming date)
Beginning in March
High School counselors will program incoming freshmen
Deadline for Appeals to be mailed/submitted to the School Choice Office
(Appeal letter forms will be emailed to counselors in late February)
Criterion for granted Appeals are generally
computer or input errors
Very few are granted!
Specialized Academy of Computer, Media, Arts and Animation
9th Grade Academy
IB (Federally funded Magnet)
Business and Entertainment School of Travel, Trade and Tourism
Excellence Through the Arts
Jordan’s Media and Communication Learning Community
Jordan’s Technical Studies
Explore career options in law and education
Pursue interests in drama, fine arts, music, film, dance, journalism, writing, and foreign language
Lakewood Academy of Sports Medicine, Exercise Science, and Recreation
Cross-curricular, academically challenging program with a focus on marine studies
Trade, Commerce & Business
Questioning, Understanding, Engaging Success through Technology
Personal success through Empowerment, Academic achievement, Conflict resolution, and Ethics in action
Community of Musicians, Performers, Artists, and Social Scientists
Millikan Integrated Technology Academy
Generating Respect for the Earth, the Environment, and Nature
Millikan Business Academy
McBride High School
PACE - Program of Additional Curricular Experiences (185 students selected)
CIC - Center for International Curriculum
Pacific Rim Magnet Academy
Poly area students are accepted and have the opportunity to select an Academy (SLC) to match their interests. All provide a college preparatory curriculum. AVID is available to students.
Visual and Performing Arts
Success is an Art
Academic Art Emphases
CLASSICAL SCHOOL (all students)
_ An Enhancement to Distinguished Scholars – minimum of 5 AP classes over 4 years
_ Dual Immersion for students who have completed K-8 DI
Step 4 If you are interested (optional); choose three Specialized Programs by placing on the line a “1,” “2,” and “3” of your first, second, and third choice.
These programs have a competitive admissions process.
ACE (Jordan) Distinguished Scholars* (Wilson) PEACE* (Millikan)
AIMS (Jordan) Dual Immersion* (Wilson) QUEST* (Millikan)
ATM (Lakewood) 1 IB*** (Jordan) SACMAA (Cabrillo)
CAL J (Cabrillo) Knights (Lakewood) STEM (Lakewood)
CED (Cabrillo) 2 Merit Scholars (Lakewood) 3 University Scholars (Cabrillo)
CIC** (POLY) PAC RIM*** (Poly) WAVE (Wilson)
COMPASS* (Millikan) PACE (Poly)
School is a Specialized Program
CAMS** (Application must be in by December 10th to CAMS)
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is offered at all High Schools.
This elective class provides students with important study skills necessary for success in their academic classes.
ROTC or NJROTC is available at several high schools.
If you are interested in AVID or ROTC / NJROTC or both at the high school you are assigned to, please mark the elective or electives
____ AVID ____ ROTC OR NJROTC
School Bus Transportation Unavailable: The district does not provide bus transportation to the School of Choice or any magnet or Specialized Program.
Students who have been accepted to a Specialized Program(s) must turn in the “INTENT TO ATTEND” form to their middle school counselor no later than FEBRUARY 4, 2013
Those who turn in their “Intend to Attend” formcomplete their high school application process.
NO CHANGES WILL BE MADE AFTER FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Frequently Asked Questions Specialized Programs