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Laconia Academy Offers Diploma Courses for Winter Semester

LACONIA — aconia Academy is the adult evening high school diploma program in the Lakes Region. "This program provides adults with a "second chance" to earn a high school diploma," says Mrs. Peggy Selig, program director.

Anyone interested in enrolling for the Winter Semester 2014 or learning more about the program is urged to call 524-5712 or stop into the Laconia Adult Education Office located in Room #108 at Laconia High School.

The Winter Semester 2014 classes start the week of January 13 – 16, 2014. The following courses will be offered: Suspense!, Algebra I/Accuplacer, Terrible Lizards, Math Concepts/Algebraic Thinking, Pre-Algebra, U.S. History, Chemistry & Lab, Sports Literature, Math 4 Me!, Got Economics!, American Literature A-Z and Human Biology & Lab.

Laconia Academy also enables In-School Youth, enrolled in day high school programs, to take courses at night if they have failed classes during the day. With the principal's permission, any In-School Youth may enroll at Laconia Academy. This cooperation with local area high schools helps prevent In-School Youths from dropping out of high school or having to repeat their senior year.

Students attending Laconia Academy can earn high school diploma credits in several different ways. Credit is given for previous high school credits earned and life experiences such as military service, work experience, apprenticeship training, correspondence courses, certificate
programs and homemaking. Credits are earned by passing courses at Laconia Academy. Laconia Academy is also approved for those eligible for V.A. benefits.

One vital piece of paper needed at the time of enrollment is a copy of one's high school transcript from the last school attended. It is necessary in order to transfer those previously earned high school credits to one's current record at Laconia Academy.

Bank of New Hampshire has established limited scholarship help for those students demonstrating financial need living in Laconia, Gilford, Meredith, Center Harbor, Plymouth, Bristol and Moultonborough. This scholarship help will enable students to return to school at night and complete their high school education.

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation through the Adult Success Program Grant (ASP) has also provided limited scholarship for these individuals who qualify in addition to limited scholarship assistance through the Pardoe Grant.
Call 524-5712 to make an appointment or for more information.

 
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