Technology Campus

Technology Campus provides an opportunity for juniors and seniors to receive experience with real world projects and authentic problems in a wide range of topics in a two year sequence. Located next to the College of Lake County in Grayslake, the Technology Campus engages students in excellent educational opportunities as they acquire skills specific to Health Services, Communication, Transportation, and Engineering. Students enrolled in Technology Campus courses will leave the high school by the bus provided at 7:45am, attend the First Session of Tech Campus classes that run from 8:20 - 10:20am and return via school bus to LFHS by 10:50 am (with some exceptions.)

More information regarding Technology Campus can be found on their website: www.techcampus.org.

Dual Credit: Dual credit will be recorded in a College of Lake County transcript in your name; a grade and three hours of credit will be recorded. There is no guarantee of the credit being accepted by other colleges.

Articulation: Student must have a grade of B or higher to receive three hours credit when and if the student registers at the College of lake County.

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Have you looked recently at the Lake County High Schools Technology Campus course guide? It describes opportunities for LFHS students in their junior and senior year to gain authentic experience in a variety of fields of study. Courses in the fields of Communications, Health Services, Transportation and Engineering, including the Project Lead the Way program, provide opportunities for students to further enrich their high school experience. We invite you to consider these options as you finalize your course of study for the 2016/17 school year.

Link to the Tech Campus Course Guide

DUAL CREDIT

Dual Credit: Goes immediately onto a transcript in your name at College of Lake County; the grade and three hours are recorded (no guarantee of this credit being accepted by other colleges).

ARTICULATION

Articulation: Student must have a grade of B or higher to receive three hours credit when and if the student registers at the College of Lake County; the three hours, but not the grade, will show on the students transcripts (greater likelihood of being accepted at other colleges).