Lincoln High School Early College
Through the Vincennes Lincoln Early College Program students can earn the Indiana College Core Certificate. This package of credit hours is a credential that is transferable to any public college or university in the state of Indiana. In addition to the 30-hour program, students have the opportunity to earn additional college credits through a variety of elective coursework. Our mission is to accelerate college readiness, success, and completion through challenging college credit coursework in a personalized environment with a network of staff, family, and community supports. It is our goal to produce college or career ready students, making a positive difference in our community. Lincoln High School is one of only forty-five schools in the state of Indiana that is endorsed by CELL (Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning). Lincoln is a mentor school of RECN (Rural Education College Network).
Early College Presentation
Cost & Affordability
- Classes taught by LHS staff cost $25 per credit hour.
- Speech cost is $75 per credit hour.
- Most classes offered are 3 credit hours with the exception of Calculus (5) and Science Labs (1).
- Students who are free/reduced lunch do not pay tuition costs for any classes taught by LHS staff, but must still pay for speech and textbooks.
- Tuition fees must be paid in full prior to registration or the student will not earn college credit.
- Tuition is due, approximately, at the end of August and end of January for each semester.
It’s easy! Visit the link below and complete the online Early College Application. Be sure to provide as much information as possible. Missing information may result in delayed acceptance.
|ENGL 101||ENGLISH AND COMPOSITION I|
|ENGL 102||ENGLISH AND COMPOSITION II|
|MATH 102||COLLEGE ALGEBRA|
|MATH 111||FINITE MATHEMATICS|
|BIOL 101||PLANT AND ANIMAL BIOLOGY|
|BIOL 101 L||PLANT AND ANIMAL BIOLOGY LAB|
|BIOL 107||ESSENTIALS OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY|
|BIOL 107L||ESSENTIALS OF HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB|
|HIST 139||AMERICAN HISTORY I|
|HIST 140||AMERICAN HISTORY II|
|POLS 111||AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT|
|LITR 100||INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE|
|LITR 222||AMERICAN LITERATURE I|
|LITR 223||AMERICAN LITERATURE II|
|ART 110||ART APPRECIATION|
|HIMT 110||MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR ALLIED HEALTH|
|MGMT 100||INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS|
|MGMT 280||INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING|
|ENTR 221||CREATING A SMALL BUSINESS|
|ECON 208||PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT|
|AUTO 100||AUTOMOBILES AND YOU|
|AUTO 101||TRANSPORTATION CAREER EXPLORATION|
|AUTO 105||TRANSPORTATION FUNDAMENTALS|
|AUTO 102||ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES|
|BODY 280||AUTOMOTIVE CUSTOMIZATION AND RESTORATION|
|AUTO 160||AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS|
|AUTO 160L||AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS LAB|
|AUTO 110||TRANSPORTATION ELECTRICAL|
|AUTO 110L||TRANSPORTATION ELECTRICAL LAB|
|AUTO 120||AUTOMOTIVE CHASSIS SYSTEMS|
|AUTO 120L||AUTOMOTIVE CHASSIS SYSTEMS LAB|
|WELD 160||GENERAL WELDING|
|FREN 201||FRENCH IV|
|SPAN 201||SPANISH IV|
|BIOL 100/L||BIOLOGY: CONNECTIONS AND IMPACTS/LAB|
|BIOL 111/L||ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I AND LAB|
|BIOL 112/L||ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II AND LAB|