CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 2014!
We are so very proud of you!
Jolene Gregory, Ceagin Darling, Wade Greenwood, Alex Zuckerman, Kyle Kidder, Cody Edson, Dakota Sawyer, Simone Gordon, Valerie Ribeiro, Simone Wasick, Rylie Hoerl, Eliza Hoffman, Winter Batten, Alexis Chamberlain, Katie Dixon and Heidi Mays & Krissy Bass (not pictured)
It has been a big week for LCS! The Board of Directors are thrilled to announce that we have hired John Higgins to serve as the new Executive Director of LCS. John comes to us from Kearsarge High School and has a wealth of experience as a special education and math teacher as well as key business experience with Pepsi prior to pursuing his passion for teaching. John is due to start July 7th and we are all looking forward to welcoming him to the LCS family. We have also secured a new facility! We will be located in the Whipple Building in downtown Lebanon. We are thrilled with the new space and appreciate the support of Balagur Associates who has made the space affordable to our school.
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Please contact Administrative Assistant Jessika Fisher for an application packet.
If your child is receiving special education services, please read this VERY important document.
FAQ about LCS
What does it mean to receive an LCS education?
Listen to this:
Scroll to December 2, 2012 interview.
Fast-forward to the halfway point.
Get a great glimpse into who we are.
Then join us and make the most of your high school experience.
Help LCS to help the environment.
Please click the link below to find out how to recycle and raise funds for our sustainability program.
What does it mean to “Make Learning Real?”
Meaningful learning is learning that makes a difference — in one’s mind and in one’s life. This type of learning is what we want our students to achieve.
Meaningful Learning is:
Students are more likely to be actively engaged in their education when a purpose is clearly defined and the results are tangible and meaningful.
Please follow this link for the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory’s definition of
meaningful learning: http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/engaged.htm
At Ledyard, learning focuses on students’ strengths & interests and provides highly motivating & relevant learning opportunities based on an integrated academic core, supplemented with service learning & internships in the community.
Ledyard Charter School
Makes Learning Real
“Tell me and I will forget. Show me and I may remember. Involve me and I will understand.”
~ Ancient Chinese Proverb
Each individual learns differently.
Each individual should have the opportunity to receive an education that will maximize his strengths and best prepare him for life.
Each individual deserves to work with adult mentors who will take note of her talents and support & guide her through the decision-making process.
How do you see the world???
Ledyard Charter School offers a Collaborative, Alternative, Adventurous, Purposeful, Practical,
“Outside the Box” High School Education.
Mail: Ledyard Charter School PO Box 327
22 School Street Lebanon, NH 03766-