LAKE ORION COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
Quality Learning Environment Students enrolled in Learning Options High School attend classes in a recently remodeled, dedicated wing of Lake Orion’s Community Education Resource Center. The area features updated classrooms with modern instructional technology, inviting common areas, counseling ofﬁces, cafeteria, lockers and other amenities that provide a quality learning environment.
Pride and Respect Like the entire Lake Orion educational community, a key goal of the Learning Options’ team is to instill a sense of pride and self-worth in each student. This is fostered in part by the personal connections forged between students and staff. In addition, the unique learning environment helps infuse students with a healthy respect for each other, the instructional team and the community at large.
We are all Dragons!
Graduation Requirements A total of 24 credits are needed to graduate and receive a diploma from Learning Options High School. This is aligned with other leading alternative high school programs in Oakland County and meets all of the requirements set forth by the Michigan Merit Curriculum. Course subject areas include mathematics, English language arts, science, social studies, physical education, visual, performance and applied arts, and foreign language. An online learning experience also is required. The high school’s web-based credit recovery program helps Learning Options students quickly complete previously started courses for credit.
Did You Know? More than 90 percent of students who enroll in the Learning Options High School graduate on time with their respective classes. The majority go on to attend community colleges and vocational schools. Some serve their country and pursue their educations in the military, while others enroll
“Thanks to Learning Options, I am going to actually graduate from high school and do something with my life. If it wasn’t for this program, I would never have ﬁnished high school on time.”
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