According to 21st Century Learning, “We live in a society which is continually evolving and yet, somehow, it has become generally accepted that schooling should not change. Many still hold expectations that what “used to work” remains appropriate. But we are not the same, we are different. The world is different.
Ledyard Charter School offers a program that provides students with the important foundations of a strong curriculum; alternative education does not necessarily mean we throw out the functional and beneficial coursework and solely offer “outside-the-box” learning experiences. The wise person knows the benefits of combining the practical with the pioneering, the traditional with the innovative.
Students at LCS reap the benefits of a program that meet the demands of the world – writing, reading, mathematics, history & science – without foregoing the valuable aspects of education and experience such as technology, world cultures, languages, social sciences, studio art, music, physical activity & culinary arts. The LCS faculty delivers a challenging curriculum in inventive ways; we make learning relevant & fun.
2012-2013 Curriculum Maps
Please browse through some of our curriculum maps from the 2012-2013 year. (Not all subjects and classes are listed.)
*Denotes a class offered for one or two trimesters. The blended curriculum we utilize allows for subject area material (such as writing) to be addressed in multiple content areas.
LEDYARD CHARTER SCHOOL
COURCE OF STUDY
Ledyard Charter School is a non-profit, public high school of choice for students in the state of New Hampshire, Our mission is to provide our students with the following:
A robust personalized course of study, the application of 21. century concepts, skills and dispositions to real-world problems, the authentic performance of mastered competencies, and meaningful relationships with the adult community through personal advisors, mentors, apprenticeships and service learning.
Additional offerings include:
- Personal Fitness
- Outdoor Education
- Creative Writing
- Dartmouth College
- Hartford Vocational Technical Center
2014 15 HACTC Introductory Video
- The Center for School Success
- Upper Valley Technical Center
The charter school may accept transfer credits for grades “A” to “D” in applicable courses only from any approved public, private or home schools. (Credits from unaccredited schools will be evaluated on an individual basis.)
A diploma is received by earning 20 Credits & providing 120 hours of community service.