Abraham Lincoln High School’s College and Career Academies are positioned to offer students college credit and career experience during their high school years. All college credits earned are a guaranteed transfer to any college or university in Colorado.
Abraham Lincoln High School will begin offering Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) for the 2021-22 school year. P-TECH gives students a head start on college through work-based experiences in real-world businesses. The Abraham Lincoln High School P-TECH Business Academy will focus on students who are interested in business and wish to pursue a two- or four-year college degree. Lincoln is the Only P-Tech Business Academy in Denver Public Schools
Incoming 9th-grade students will be selected to participate in the program. Focus areas include work in finance and accounting, human resources, entrepreneurship, information technology, management & more. The P-TECH Academy offers college-level courses through the Community College of Denver and culminates in an Associate’s Degree earned in grades 13 and 14 at Abraham Lincoln. P-TECH is made possible through a partnership between Community College of Denver, Microsoft©, Pinnacol Assurance© and Denver Public School’s Finance.
Please visit our P-Tech website for more information.
FREE CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT (CE) AND ADVANCE PLACEMENT (AP) COURSES OFFERED AT LINCOLN
“College Success” Academy allows students to explore a variety of Advance Placements and Concurrent Enrollment courses at Lincoln. Students can achieve up to 60 College Credits. Lincoln High School has more than 30 different CE and AP classes on our campus.
What is the Advanced Placement (AP)?
What is Concurrent Enrollment (CE)?
Concurrent enrollment allows students to earn free college credit while still in high school, giving them a head start on their college and career goals. Students gain exposure to the academic challenges of college while in their supportive high school environment or on a college campus, earning college and high school credits simultaneously.
Pathway to the Spanish Minor
MSU Denver Department and Denver Public Schools partner to offer a pathway toward a minor in Spanish (five out of seven required courses) to concurrent enrollment students. Three of these five courses are offered on-site at participating high schools and are taught by a qualified high school instructor. Students may receive equivalent college credit for two to five Spanish courses with Advanced Placement (AP) and/or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and meet prerequisites for subsequent Spanish courses.
All students at Lincoln graduate college and career ready, on path to earning 12 college credits, industry experience, certification or an associates degree.
Please visit CareerConnect for more information on the program!
9th Grade Connect Academy begins one week earlier and is filled with FUN activities to acclimate students to the high school environment. Grade 9 will receive their first high school academic elective credit for attending 9th GCA.
Watch our overview of the College Success Academy here at Lincoln in the video below.
Concurrent enrollment courses allow Denver high school students to take college classes while still in high school. This provides students an idea of what college classes are like and saves families money.
We currently partner with Community College of Denver (CCD), CU Succeeds and Metro State to offer more than 40 concurrent enrollment sections on campus at ALHS. Students have the opportunity to continue their postsecondary plans with support from Denver Public Schools through the CareerConnect Youth Apprenticeship program and support through the Denver Scholarship Foundation.
More information about these programs:
Questions about Lincoln High School College and Career Academies Please contact Post Secondary Coordinator Mariam Tapia