Alerts: Apr 5, 2020
UPDATE: At the direction of Governor Holcomb, there will be no onsite classes for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic school year due to COVID-19 pandemic. Offsite eLearning will take place. There will be no preschool programming or child care available. All extra curriculuar activities will be canceled for the remainder of the academic year. LECC will be closed to the public. Click here to see the Coronavirus Communication announcement below for the most current information.

Advanced Placement

girl writing on chalkboardLawrence Central and Lawrence North high schools both offer a wide range of Advanced Placement courses, offering students the opportunity to take courses with more challenging college-level content. Because these are college-level (freshmen) courses they usually require significantly more time and effort than the typical high school level class.  Most use college level textbooks. The AP science courses may require additional laboratory work outside of the school day due to the specialized nature of laboratory work.  AP courses are weighted.

Students who complete AP courses are eligible to take the AP exams and may qualify for college credit at  most colleges and universities.


Additional Information


Contact Information

For more information: Contact Daniel Kuznik, Director of Secondary Education, 423-8327