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Race to the Future

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TAKE ONLINE COURSES AT ONE OF OUR PARTNER
UNIVERSITIES AND EARN COLLEGE CREDIT

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University of Holy Cross (New Orleans, LA)
Franciscian University (Stubenville, OH)
Marquette University (Millwaukee, WI)
Eastern Kentucky University (Richmond, KY)
 
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Lexington Catholic’s Race to the Future program is open to Junior or Senior students who have demonstrated the ability, motivation and maturity to begin their college education before their high school days are behind them. All students must meet their selected university requirements.
 
Expectations for Race to the Future participants are high. Online college courses maintain the same rigor and demands as courses taught on campus.
 
By the time a student steps onto a college campus, he or she is able to successfully jump into core classes right away.
 
Studies have shown that students who participate in dual credit programs:
  • Are better prepared for college-level work
  • Are able to take online college courses with more
    confidence
  • Complete their college work more quickly and
    successfully
  • Are able to save thousands of dollars in tuition
 
Shorten Your College Graduation Time and Save Money on Tuition with Dual Credit Online Courses
POTENTIAL ONLINE COURSES AVAILABLE
(availability depending on University Offerings and LCHS)
 
Public Speaking
Intro to Comparative Govt
Criminal Law
Intro to Justice Systems
Elem Spanish 1 - College Level
Elem Spanish 2 - College Level
Int Spanish I - College Level
Int Spanish 2 - College Level
World Geography
Food Science
Ethics
Introduction to Business
Aviation
Microeconomics
Macroeconomics
Intro to Stats and Bus Analytics
Communications in Media
Intro to Economics
Intro to Hospitality
Intro to Anthropology
Intro to Archaeology
 
Program Requirements and Guidelines
 

Students have the opportunity to take online/off-campus seated courses to supplement their course work at Lexington Catholic. These classes generally are classes not offered by LCHS that term/year or are not available in our course offerings: The following guidelines apply:

      • Courses must be taken at a partner university.
      • All students must meet their selected university admission requirements for their dual credit program.
      • Courses taken are not offered by LCHS either that academic year or in our course offerings.
      • Supplemental courses are not calculated into GPA or into total credits earned.
      • Courses will be listed on the student’s transcript after LCHS is provided an official transcript from the university.
      • Supplemental courses cannot be used in lieu of graduation requirements.
      • It is the responsibility of the student to request and provide LCHS with an official transcript from the institution that the supplemental course was taken through.
      • It is the responsibility of the student who takes dual credit courses to have official transcripts sent to his/her college upon graduation from LCHS.
      • All supplemental courses must be approved by the Principal.
      • Any alterations to this policy are at the discretion of the Principal.
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