Thank you for your interest in LCS online.
The vision of LCS Online is to provide 21st Century opportunities that support academic enrichment and seek to challenge students in critical thinking, preparing them for success in a collegiate setting.
What We Offer
LCS provides courses that run year-round in either individually paced or 8-10 week sessions. Courses include those that come from a provider or are taught by a Linfield faculty member, and are included on the student’s transcript and factored into the GPA.View Our Course List
Required for all Freshmen
Health is now taught online and is a requirement for all entering Freshmen. It is part of the tuition, and students must complete the one semester course prior to entering Sophomore year. Linfield offers five 9-week sessions: two summer, one fall, and two spring.Register for Health
How Do I Know if Online is a Good Fit for Me?
It is important that students and parents consider the following factors when deciding to take an online class:
- The online class environment is predominantly independent learning and will require students to be self-motivated and mature as they will be responsible for their learning.
- While the format of the online classes is non-traditional and flexible, students should expect to be challenged and have nightly and/or weekly homework, tests, projects, or papers. Students must be disciplined to follow the designed scope and sequence of the course to be successful.
- For the courses that are provided by a partner institution, each partnering institution has policies and procedures for the completion of online work, grading, tests, late work, and other educational practices and do not necessarily follow the same policies and procedures as Linfield Christian High School. Therefore, parents and students need to understand and agree to follow the institutions’ designed curriculum and policies.
- While Linfield Christian High School will facilitate enrollment into these courses and recognize this coursework on a student’s transcript, the student and parents will primarily be dealing with the online instructor and partnering institution. It is critical to understand the expectations for communication and also realize that online education is different from a traditional classroom experience. The majority of communication will occur electronically, so students and parents need to understand and follow the procedures designed by the partnering institution to insure success.
- For courses that are owned and/or taught by Linfield and its faculty, the Linfield Parent/Student Handbook policies apply. Students have some face-to-face access to faculty, however, content of the course is delivered online and is equivalent in expectations and rigor to the on campus alternative.
First Steps and Enrollment
The first step in enrolling in an online class is to meet with the College Counselor assigned to you. Once the online class is integrated into the four-year plan and is approved, a link will be provided for registration and payment. After the registration information is received, you will be contacted by the student advisor to set up the class.
NOTE: Health class is the only exception, to register for health, click the button below.
Health Sessions for 2018-19
Linfield faculty Joanna Ricketts
May 29-July 29, 2018
July 16-September 16, 2018
October 1-December 9, 2018
(one extra week for Thanksgiving break)
January 7-March 10, 2019
March 18-May 26, 2019
(one extra week for Easter break)
World History and Honors World History
Linfield faculty Ryan McKenzie
Semester 1 – June 11-August 17
Linfield faculty Krista Mullen
Semester 1 – June 18-August, 2018
AP U.S. History
Semester 1 – June 18-August, 2018