High School Program

High School Programs (9th-12th grade)

Standard Diploma Program (48 slots)

(Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 2:20 pm)

Direct teaching will be utilized to help students earn standard units of credits towards their high school diploma. Core subjects are offered in a co-taught or inclusive class for students in grade levels 9-12. Verified units of credit may be earned when the student has passed the SOL test associated with the course. The duration of the program is for one full academic school year. The goal of the program is to prepare students academically and socially in order to return them back to Amherst County High School.

Sixteen slots are available for students with disabilities and a current Individualized Education Plan (IEP) who experience extreme difficulties in adjusting to their regular school environment and display significant behavioral, social, and/or academic challenges that may or may not be directly related to their identified disabilities.

Lancer Academy 2

Students may be placed in LA2 using an eLearning curriculum that blends the online course with teacher support. This resource may be utilized when students require credit recovery for graduation or choosing to expedite the earning of verified or standard units of credit. Students must be granted authorization from the school administrator or school counselor.

High School Program of Study