Litchfield School District provides extended learning opportunities at the high school level as a means of meeting the diverse instructional needs of students with different talents, interests, and development. The intent is to allow opportunities for extensions beyond those addressed in the regular classroom.
Credits can be granted for extended learning activities, including, but not limited to, independent study, private instruction, team sports, performing groups, internships, community service, and work study. Where credit is not granted, such experiences may be used to fulfill prerequisite requirements for advanced courses. The granting of credit shall be based on a student’s demonstration of mastery of core competencies, as approved by a certified District educator by the principal and free from conflict of interest, for courses included in the Campbell High School Program of Studies.
Examples of Extended Learning Opportunities at Campbell High School have included: FIRST Robotics, Adventure Education Program, educational field trips, and EMT & LNA courses. For more information, make an appointment with your school counselor or contact Mrs. Green [email protected]
Extended Learning Opportunities