• image of 5 pillars of college readiness What is Ramp-Up to Readiness™?

    Ramp-Up to Readiness™ is a school-wide guidance program designed to increase the number and diversity of students who graduate from high school with the knowledge, skills, and habits necessary for success in a high-quality college program.
    Through participation in Ramp-Up to Readiness™, students in grades 9-12 progress toward readiness in five areas: Academic, Admissions, Career, Financial, and Personal and Social Readiness.

    For more information about Ramp-Up to Readiness, visit the site: http://www.rampuptoreadiness.org/

    What is The LINC?

    While Ramp-Up to Readiness™ is a wonderful tool to engage students, staff, and parents in conversation and decision making regarding college and career readiness, we at Lincoln High School believe there are other important themes we would like our students to explore before they leave our walls. One lesson each month will address one of eight over-arching, age-appropriate themes: New Beginnings, Citizenship, Gratitude, Giving Back, Wellness, Acceptance, Kindness and Relationships. Follow us on Twitter! @LINCRampUp


    The Schedule:

    All students in grades 9-11 will meet for LINC every Wednesday from 9:40am-10:25am. (Seniors have SENIOR FOCUS in lieu of LINC.) This is a required class; attendance is mandatory.


    Handouts:

    COLLEGE READINESS FOR PARENTS: GETTING YOUR STUDENT READY FOR COLLEGE
    A PARENT'S GUIDE TO COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS