Lincoln East School Counselors are hosting 3 zoom sessions to answer any questions about 21-22 Course Requests. These will be an open house format so feel free to stop in the zoom room during anytime during one of the sessions listed below. The goal of these sessions is to help answer quick questions about how to make requests, clarification of course offerings, graduation requirements or placements. You may come and go in each session as needed; you do not need to stay the entire session. Continue reading
This spring, all Lincoln East juniors will be taking the State ACT in the building. Testing will take place the morning of Tuesday, April 6th. This will be a non-school day for current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors– only those students taking the ACT will need to report to school that day. Classes will resume as normal on the following day, April 7th. The areas tested will be English, Math, Reading, Writing, and Science. Juniors will be receiving IMPORTANT testing information in their LPS email Inbox and their Graduating Class Google classroom.
July 11-24, 2021
Sponsored by the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management at UNL
Students will participate in a two-week, project-based, overnight camp, where they will:
–Learn basic programming skills, primarily Java, and innovation concepts
–Receive instruction from faculty members and experience what classes can be like in the Raikes School
–Visit campus research labs and local businesses
–Interact with Raikes School students and staff, all of whom play a key role in the competitive selection process to our program each year
July 18-22, 2021
Spend a week in July at the College of Business to learn about the dynamic world of business and explore potential career opportunities. Cost is free.
Who Attends the Academy?
Current high school juniors expected to graduate in May 2022, who earned a 2.5 GPA or higher, have an interest in business and meet at least one of the following additional criteria:
- First-generation college student
- Underrepresented identity
- Meet federal guidelines for low-income status or qualify for free or reduced lunch
Application Deadline: April 9
Students who are currently in grades 9-11 will work with counselors during the following classes and dates:
Current Juniors: US History classes | February 10-12, 2021
Current Sophomores: English classes | February 1-5, 2021
Current Freshmen: English classes | February 8, 9, 16 & 19, 2021
Counselors encourage students to talk with their current teachers for class recommendations and to view the Registration/Resources page on the Counseling Center website for information/resources for 2021-22 course requests.
UNL has provided you with some great tutorial videos to help you apply and to access your MYRED account!
Application tutorial videos: https://go.unl.edu/how-to-apply
MyRED tutorial videos: https://go.unl.edu/how-to-myred
If you have additional questions–don’t forget CJ Kracl does have office hours available to answer any and all questions about UNL. Schedule an appointment with her using the link below: