Available courses

120 Bible Elective
67-Cultures and Customs of Bible Times
67-Cultures and Customs of Bible Times

This course is designed to grow students as readers and writers. Students will read, discuss, and reflect upon novel selections centered on four genres of literature: autobiography/biography, dystopian fiction, mythology, and poetry. Students will also interact with a variety of non-fiction texts.

Grammar will be incorporated into both reading and writing. Word study will focus on the study of Greek and Latin roots and prefixes/suffixes. Poetry will be analyzed with four selections being chosen for memorization. Through whole group and one-on-one instruction, students will be guided through the writing process. Students will be responsible for a variety of original works including responses to reading, reflections, a personal narrative and research based papers.

This course is designed to grow students as readers and writers. Students will read, discuss, and reflect upon novel selections centered on four genres of literature: drama, science fiction, dystopian fiction, and historical fiction. Students will also interact with a variety of non-fiction texts.

Grammar will be incorporated into both reading and writing. Word study will be instructed using Spelling Scholar, including study of Greek and Latin roots and prefixes/suffixes, homophones, and etymology. Poetry will be analyzed with four selections being chosen for memorization. Through whole group and one-on-one instruction, students will be guided through the writing process. Students will be responsible for a variety of original works including responses to reading, reflections, realistic fiction, and a persuasive/argumentative essay.

This course is designed to grow students as readers and writers. Students will read, discuss, and reflect upon novel selections centered on four genres of literature: historical fiction, adventure, mystery, and fantasy. Students will also interact with a variety of non-fiction texts.

Grammar will be incorporated into both reading and writing. Word study will be instructed using Spelling Scholar, including study of Greek and Latin roots and prefixes/suffixes, homophones, and etymology. Poetry will be analyzed with four selections being chosen for memorization. Through whole group and one-on-one instruction, students will be guided through the writing process. Students will be responsible for a variety of original works including responses to reading, reflections, a personal narrative and

a persuasive/argumentative essay.

66-Creative Writing

AP English Language and Composition

English as a Second Language Course

176-Yearbook
Middle School Yearbook
High School Band

Dual Enrollment Principles and Practices of Public Speaking

176-Yearbook

162 - JH Spanish

Dual Enrollment Spanish 3 Adrian College Adrian course code: MLCS 201-2

Dual Enrollment Spanish 4 Adrian College

Dual Enrollment Spanish 101

94-Health

This course is designed as an introduction into the study of health through the lens of scripture. Student’s will examine spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical attributes of a healthy life style.  For each component of a healthy lifestyle the student will examine how God’s word directs, and consequently protects humans from sin. 

94-Health

94-Health
On-Line Pre-Calculus

This course helps students take responsibility for their personal financial decisions, find and evaluate financial information from a variety of sources, learn major consumer protection laws, make financial decisions by considering alternatives and consequences, and develop communication strategies for discussing financial issues.   

Dual Enrollment Interpersonal Communications from Adrian College

Dual Enrollment Psychology from Adrian College taught at LCS Dual Enrollment Psychology on-line Spring Arbor University 3 credits

Dual Enrollment Psychology/Sociology

79-Entrepreneurship

21-Anatomy/Physiology

155-Science 7

21-Anatomy/Physiology
55-Chemistry

Introduction to Forensics

21-Anatomy/Physiology

Physical Science is the science of matter and energy.  The second half of the course is designed to give the necessary background information to prepare the student to take biology and chemistry. It focuses on matter, reactions and applications of chemistry.

Dual Enrollment Government - SAU
101-History 8
100-History 7
Dual Enrollment Intro to Computers Spring Arbor CPS150 - 3 credits

Dual Enrollment Intro to Computers Spring Arbor CPS150 - 3 credits

Dual Enrollment Business Communications SHU 3 Credit Hours

Dual Enrollment Personal Finance from Siena Heights University 3 credits

Dual Enrollment Introduction to Business from Siena Heights University 3 credits

Dual Enrollment Accounting 203 On-Line Siena Heights University 4 credits