Academics

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 Curriculum

The Lincoln Academy will ensure that all graduates gain the skills and experiences necessary to be productive and informed citizens who lead choice filled lives. Our rigorous focus on academic and fundamental skills, a meaningful career exploration and experience, all grounded in a school-wide commitment to citizenship and service, will  create a unique educational environment for The Lincoln Academy scholars.

English Language Arts:

Our commitment is to ensure that all scholars have mastered the foundational literacy skills so that they are proficient readers and writers after three years of attending TLA.  This will begin in K4 by being immersed in a literacy rich, hands-on learning environment.  Across the grade levels, scholars will read culturally diverse, challenging texts closely and intentionally, including nonfiction.  Scholars will write analytical responses that are based on evidence from the text, along with gaining knowledge of their world.

Science:

Scholars will solve real-world problems where they investigate scientific phenomena, engage in collaboration and discussion, and develop models or explanations in order to arrive at solutions.  We will blend hands-on investigations, literacy-rich activities, and interactive digital tools to empower scholars to think, read, write, and debate like real scientists and engineers.
 

Math:

Oral discussion and writing about math will be as significant as arriving at a solution.  Building multiple strategies and deep understanding of numbers work is how scholars will become great math problem solvers.  Personalized learning will provide the necessary support for all scholars to master grade level standards.

Social Studies:

Scholars will explore their world, expand their thinking, and engage their college, career, and civic awareness. Project-based learning will create rich inquiry experiences that develop skills for active and responsible citizenship. Scholars will study: behavioral sciences, economics, geography, history, and political science.  In high school all scholars will take a personal financial literacy course designed to learn how to manage their money.  It is one of the most important skills one can have. Why? Because financial decisions have long-term consequences on having choice-filled lives.

Core Subjects

Career Pathways

Specialties

The exploration of college and career pathways will begin in K4, as we intentionally integrate cross curricular career connections.  Scholars will begin a journey of interests and goal setting that will lead them to their self-selected career path as they create their Individualized Learning Plans.  In middle school scholars will begin exploratory classes, and continue this exploration in high school with service learning, job shadows, internships, and youth apprenticeships.  Advanced Placement (AP) courses will be offered in each core content in high school so scholars can gain college credits while still at TLA.  Scholars will also have the opportunity to take dual credit courses on campus at The Lincoln Academy, through a local technical college such as Blackhawk Technical College, or through a university such as University of Wisconsin Whitewater. 
BIOSCIENCE:  

Molecular medicine and bioengineering, environmental science, bioscience research, veterinary medicine, agriculture

BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY MEDIA: 

Global business, digital design and photography, filmmaking, multimedia journalism, technology solutions, world language, TEALS

ENGINEERING: 

Robotics, small engines, mechanical engineering

MEDICINE/HEALTHCARE: 

Exploring health professions, foundations of medicine, sports medicine, medical sim lab, CNA clinical experience

TRADES: 

Construction, welding, masonry/tiling

A great education includes ample opportunities in learning outside of the core academics.  We will offer art, music, and physical education classes to be sure we meet the spectrum of nurturing the whole child.  Is your child an artist?  Do they love to sing or play an instrument?  Or, do they love to move their body and be involved in sports?  If so, TLA is the place to pursue those passions in our state of the art learning environment. 
APPLIED ART:  

Ceramics, stained glass, drawing, painting, textiles, art history

MUSIC/THEATER: 

Choral music, music history, music production, instrumental, theater, dance

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: 

Soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, golf, fitness, health, fine motor skills, gross motor skills

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Contact Info

55 ECLIPSE CENTER

BELOIT, WISCONSIN  53511

608.312.2056

INFO@TLABELOIT.COM

Office Hours

Walk-ins available every Wednesday from   12 p.m. - 4 p.m.