contact information

Ms. Tia Holliman
Dean of High School Curriculum and Instruction
(614) 269-4703 direct line
@Ms_Holliman

Quick links
Lincoln High School

Curriculum resources

Program of studies  
2017-18 Program of Studies Guide (PDF) 

This guide is subject to change. Please see the Guidance Department, or Ms. Holliman in the front office, with questions.

Graduation requirements by class

For a chart of minimum credit requirements for the Classes of 2018-2021, please click HERE.
*Class of 2018 and beyond - please click HERE for a graduation requirement update.




Scheduling information and procedures

To ensure that families and students are receiving the same information, while maximizing instruction time in the classrooms, registration and course offering details will now be available online. The scheduling presentation and all important forms are provided below.  It is very important that you watch the video "GLHS Scheduling Process" in its entirety. School counselors will be available to answer questions about the new scheduling process.  Help Sessions will be provided to students on February 8th, 9th and 10th during all lunch periods in the library. 


Helpful Video Resources
GLHS Scheduling Process  
Freshman Scheduling Information 
Registration Instructions
What is the Program of Studies?
What's New at GLHS for 2017-18?
How to register using HAC 


Importa
nt Forms for High School Scheduling

Class Registration Forms

Freshmen Course Offerings Form
Upperclassmen Course Offerings Form

​Registration Changes Forms
Course Change - Add/Drop Form
Early Dismissal/Late Arrival Form

Physical education waivers at GLHS
PE Exemption form


Special academic options at GLHS

The College Credit Plus (CCP) program, formerly known as PSEO and dual credit, is designed to provide GLHS students the opportunity to complete college course work while still in high school, at no cost to parents. Upon successful completion, students will earn transcripted college credit, as well as high school credit for courses taken. This program allows for families to save thousands of dollars in college tuition while giving students a jump-start on their post-secondary plan.

Through partnerships with public colleges and universities, students are provided a large selection of general education and career-technical courses from which to choose.

Students are not limited to the courses or the institutions of higher education listed. The links below provide information regarding the College Credit Plus Program at GLHS. Please see Ms. Holliman in the main office or your school counselor for more information regarding participation in this program.

 *For students that have submitted the Intent to Participate form by April 1, 2017!

 

All high school students are eligible to participate in the Credit Flexibility Program. There are three (3) options for earning credit within the program. Contact your guidance counselor if you are considering the following options:

  • Long Distance/On-Line Learning: allows for a course to be completed through an accredited long distance vendor.
  • Test Out: an option to test out of and earn credit for a high school course through the successful completion of an assessment.
  • Educational Options: allows a student to earn credit through the creation of and completion of a student-designed project/proposal. 

Please read through the information entirely; contact your school counselor before completing the program application.

Important Forms:
Flex Credit Application
Advanced Placement and Flex Credit 
Athletics and Flex Credit 
-Athletic Eligibility
-NCAA Guidance: Non-traditional Coursework


Imagine an education program that allows your child to explore a variety of career-related interests, starting as early as middle school – without getting locked into any one pathway. Imagine an education program that provides your child the qualifications he or she needs to get a good job right out of high school – or to use those same skills toward earning a four-year college degree. Such a program exists right at your child’s school, alongside his or her regular course choices – not in place of them! There is no charge for your child to enroll beyond nominal materials and lab fees comparable to those for other course offerings. Innovation Generation, a unique collaboration of 15 central Ohio school districts, businesses and higher education partners founded on the need for young people to explore their interests and talents before deciding on a career.

Pathways at GLHS

Enrollment for 2015-16 is going on now. To find out more about the pathways and how to participate, students and parents can talk with a teacher,  school counselor or Ms. Holliman, in the main office of the high school.