In accordance with Maine Department of Education policy, sophomores and juniors will begin state-required testing next week. Sophomore NWEA will be administered during study halls between May 1 and May 12. Most sophomores will miss two study halls during this testing window.
Juniors will take a state science assessment on one of three testing days between May 15 and May 26. Juniors will be excused from other classes on these days.
Sophomore and junior parents should have received an email last week with more details.
Want to see what’s ahead for our senior class? Follow the new Instagram account @LAGradPlans! The page is currently being updated. Want to submit your senior plans to be added to the page? Use the form at this link.
Students interested in the Fall Musical should plan to attend one or both meetings on May 15.
- An informational meeting will be held during the FLB – all are welcome.
- A meeting to review titles and suggestions AFTER school that day. 2:45 – 4:00 at the latest.
All students are invited; meetings are in the Poe Theater, and auditions will be announced soon.
ASVAB Test: Thursday, May 25th 11:30-2:30
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude test that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in and outside of the US military. It is administered annually to more than one million military applicants, high school, and post-secondary students. It is a useful test for undecided students or students who want to explore multiple career options beyond high school that may or MAY NOT be related to entering the US Military. Your results will NOT be shared with US Military recruitment. The ASVAB test will be a paper-based exam and will be administered at LA on Thursday, May 25th 11:30-2:30. Students who are interested in taking the exam should speak with their school counselor and must sign-up by 5/15. Priority will be given to seniors and juniors.
AP testing began this week and will continue over the next two weeks. AP Exam information is always available in the CAC office, and with AP teachers. Students should be checking with their AP teachers about AP Exam locations and times. Testing locations will be on campus in Hall House, St. Patrick’s Church in Newcastle, and at the Second Congregational Church at the bottom of Academy Hill Road. It will be the student’s responsibility to arrive at least 20 minutes in advance of the exam starting time. It will be the student’s responsibility to provide their own transportation to and from exams. This may require parents, guardians, or friends providing rides to early morning exams and bringing students home from late afternoon exams. There will be a bus available for students with exams that start at noon at St. Patrick’s Church. Some exams can last up to four hours. Bring pencils, black or blue pens, approved calculators, water, snacks and your AP ID number. *If you have testing accommodations please check with your teacher or the CAC office, your exam may be in a different location than your other classmates.*
Bath Tech is offering a FREE summer program for rising sophomores (current ninth graders) focusing on Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, and Math. Students can take part in their choice of programming including: Automotive, Culinary/Baking, Welding, Carpentry, Graphic Design, Electricity, and Cosmetology. Transportation can be provided, please inquire. CAC recommends that students with any interest in attending Voc in the future take advantage of this opportunity. Applications have been given to freshman advisors.
Complete your Application for Graduation and Scholarship! This form was shared with seniors through email and will serve as an application for free money through Lincoln Academy endowment funds; the details that students provide will help the Awards Committee see how they may qualify for a variety of awards whether they are going to college, trade school, military, or work.
We are asking seniors to complete this form once they are confident about their post-graduation plans (i.e., know the college or trade school they plan to attend, know that they will be apprenticing or joining the workforce). It is important that the information they provide is comprehensive and accurate. Please touch base with CAC if you have any questions or concerns.
Scholarships are updated regularly and posted in Naviance! Encourage your senior to check often. Additionally, the CAC office is running an FLB that meets weekly on Mondays to give seniors time to research and apply for scholarships. FLB’s have been shared with students, but feel free to speak with your senior about this option.
If your student is interested in becoming a Peer Tutor, please email Ms. Alicia Lemar in the CAC office at Lemar@lincolnacademy.org. This will happen during FLB and only in subjects students choose. Sign up now to join this exciting program!
In turn, if your student would benefit from the help of a peer tutor, please reach out to Ms. Alicia Lemar at: email@example.com
High school girls can experience a 3.5 day residential program to explore STEM careers at UMaine through Selfmade Engineering Leaders of the Future (SELF). More information and online application is available at www.umaine.edu/gem. Click here for more information!
University of New England Health Careers Exploration Camp: Click here for more information! This is a free health career explorations overnight camp for high school students to participate in hands-on activities to learn about various careers in health care. In addition, they learn about the college admissions process. The camp will take place June 24th – June 26th. During the camp, students will participate in fun hands-on activities while learning about careers in: Dental Medicine, Dental Hygiene, Neuroscience, Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities Treatment, Nursing, Occupation Therapy, Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant. To submit an application, please fill out our online application at https://forms.gle/CkzWUUi77qQ9ghBc8