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Lincoln High School S.T.E.A.M. Middle College

Lincoln High School S.T.E.A.M. Middle College

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Lincoln High School S.T.E.A.M. Middle College

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  1. Lincoln High SchoolS.T.E.A.M. Middle College

  2. Middle College Philosophy Every student can succeed Personalized environment Rigorous college preparatory curriculum Support to achieve goals Earn both high school diploma and earn college credits Improve high school graduation rates High-skill careers Compressing years to a college degree

  3. Lincoln’s S.T.E.A.M. Middle College Partnerships San Diego Unified School District Lincoln High School San Diego Community College District Educational Cultural Complex (ECC)

  4. Partnership Advantages Reduced college cost Smooth transition into college environment Long-term planning for college and career Unique college setting with faculty and academic support laboratories Align personalization and curricular supports for high school and college courses Opportunity to develop skills in career pathway through technical education Accelerates completion of their higher education program Targeted resources, Academic Support Centers at ECC Academic Labs at Lincoln High School

  5. Lincoln High S.T.E.A.M.Middle College Vision To prepare students for successful high school completion, college success and positive career options To prepare students for rigorous and challenging college course work Provide opportunities for students to earn transferable college credits while completing a high school diploma Provide opportunities for students to complete acertificate or an associate degree program To encounter “real world” experiences in internships

  6. Benefits for Middle College Students Free College tuition College textbooks provided at no cost to the student Begin to take college courses in 10th, 11th and 12th grades Experience college academics prior to high school graduation Earn college transferable credit (dual enrollment) Tutorial labs to support the rigorous demands of college course work Provides students a blend of high school and college courses Increases opportunities for students based on interests, talents and abilities Provides students with first college experiences in a supportive setting Meet and interact with professors and other college students Graduate college early or reduce semester credit loads College courses offered at Lincoln High School and ECC. Technical Education Classes (Account Clerk, Auto Technician, HVAC-Heating and Air Conditioning, etc.) CISCO Academy

  7. Middle College Criteria Students must have a GPA of 3.0. to meet the criteria to enroll in transferable college courses, to participate in technical education classes and the CISCO academy earning a certification. Students with a GPA less than 3.0 will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Students who are interested in internships must have a 2.5 GPA.

  8. College Going Culture Provide positive college transition and dual enrollment for opportunities Increasing high school graduation rates and reducing dropout rates by providing a school-wide support system and an individualized academic plan that challenges each student to succeed Improving academic performance by providing a non-traditional high school structure and environment which allows students access to greater educational opportunities

  9. Internships Students will benefit by… Clarifying career goals and future academics Gain valuable work experience Apply their skills and learn outside of the classroom Gain confidence in the workplace Gain practical hands on experience Establish networking opportunities

  10. Middle College Benefits Students Higher grades and test scores Better attendance More positive attitudes and behavior Students less likely to dropout Higher graduation rates Greater enrollment in post-secondary education Parents/Community Parent will have confidence that students will be prepared for success Stronger school and parent relationships More parent involvement Higher level of community support

  11. Stakeholder Dialogues Lincoln Staff Students Parent Meetings Community Meetings School Site Council Site Governance Team ELAC SDEA San Diego Community College District Educational Cultural Complex Big Picture Learning

  12. Communication Opportunities Students On-going Middle College discussions… Parents/Community December 10, 2013-Board of Education Meeting School based meetings Site Governance Team-December 2013, January 2014, February 2014 Staff Meetings Input/Update December 16, 2013 Introduction to Middle College January 6, 2014 • Input/Update February 12, 2014 • Input/Update February 19, 2014 • Input/Update

  13. Communication Opportunitiescontinued Discussions in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) December 4, 2013-Invite teachers to board meeting December 17, 2013-Discussion of Middle College proposal January-March, 2014- Discussion of Middle College proposal District staff/Teaching and Learning-January 28, 2014-Lincoln High School Community Walkthrough-November 21, 2013, December 10, 2013, January 30, 2014 Community College (ECC)- March 19, 2014

  14. Assessment Staff will utilize an array of assessment tools to determine students’ progress and achievement (Common Core Standards, diagnostic tools, projects, exhibitions, portfolios, oral presentation, etc.) Staff will articulate outcomes and identify measures, findings, and resulting actions concerning student progress and achievement Staff will identify the skills and academic content that students should be able to demonstrate yearly Community College ACCUPLACER

  15. S.T.E.A.M. Middle College Budget 2013-14 64,500 2014-15 660,000 Total 724,500 Expenditures Middle College Coordinator/Parent Coordinator S.T.E.A.M. Coordinator (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) Internship Coordinators (Entrepreneur Center) Academic Labs Teachers (Math & English) Summer Bridge 2014

  16. Our Students, Their Future