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Published by ddequevedo, 2017-07-28 08:59:18

2017-18 Lakeland Profile

2017-18 Lakeland Profile


The Lakeland Junior OUR MISSION
Senior High School,
opened in 1974, • Provide an excellent education that is meaningful for all students
serves all students • Empower all students with the skills and knowledge necessary to maxim-
grades seven
ize their learning potential

• Instill in all students respect for themselves and for others in a nurturing
and safe environment

• Encourage all students to become community-minded individuals and
globally aware individuals

through twelve. The Student Enrollment
Junior Senior High
School was complet- Grades: 7-12 Economically Disadvantaged: 28%
ed in 1974 and has
an enrollment of 725 Total: 723 Ethnic Enrollment: 97% Caucasian

Girls: 46.9%

Boys: 53.1%

Average Class Size: 18
Student to Faculty Ration: 14:1

students. The build- Special Programs:
ing is located in Scott • Project Lead the Way (PLTW) provides a comprehensive approach to
Township, 10 miles
northeast of the city STEM Education. Lakeland programs include Engineering, Computer Sci-
of Scranton. ence , and Biomedical Studies.
• CTC is an opportunity for our students who are interested in the trades
The Lakeland School District • Brainbusters Academic Tournament Champions—small schools
will retire the practice of • WVIA Scholastic Scrimmage Champions
class rank upon graduation of • Small School National Scholastic Championship Tournament, 25th in the
the class of 2018. Beginning nation
with the class of 2019, there • Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Regional Excellence Award in
Earth Science, 1st Award winner in State
• Scranton Times Scholar of the Year
• Senator Blake Student Ambassador Program legislative competition 2nd
• Envirothon 1st place in Lackawanna County
• Mock Trial Team: District Championship, Regional Championship; State

tournament: finished 3rd of 321 teams in the state


391925 The Lakeland School District offers students opportuni-
ties for Advanced Placement curriculum in 7 subjects in
CLASS OF 2017 ACT COMPOSITE addition to Project Lead The Way (PLTW) courses which
similarly offer the opportunity for college cred-
22 it. Lakeland also has cooperative Dual Enrollment agree-
ments with Lackawanna and Keystone College. Students
CLASS OF 2017 SAT COMPOSITE can additionally choose to enroll in college level courses
at the University of Scranton, Marywood University and
Middle 50%: 905-1195 The Pennsylvania State University (Worthington Cam-
Mean: 1025 pus).


• All coursework in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 is included Advanced Placement Cources
in computing class rank. Rank and GPA is calculated
using a weighted average of grades based on the • Computer Science Principles
credit value. • Biology
• Calculus
• Honor courses are weighted courses using a percent- • Chemistry
age value of 5 percent of the earned grade for honors • Language and Composition
courses or 8 percent for advanced placement cours- • Literature and Composition
es. • Government and Politics

GRADING SYSTEM PLTW Engineering Concentration

A = 93-100 I = Incomplete • Introduction to Engineering Design
• Principals of Engineering
B = 85-92 M = Medical • Digital Electronics
• Civil Engineering & Architecture
C = 76-84 F = Fail • Computer Science & Software Engineering
• Engineering Design & Development (Capstone
D = 70-75 P = Pass/Proficient
Course) -
F = Below 70 WF = Withdrawal Failing
PLTW Biomedical Concentration
WP = Withdrawal Passing
• Principles of Biomedical Science
• Medical Interventions
SUBJECT CREDIT AMOUNT • Biomedical Innovation -

English 4.0 PLTW Computer Science Concentration

Mathematics 4.0 • Introduction to Computer Science

Science 3.0 FACULTY

Social Studies 3.0 51 Teachers
2 Counselors,
Arts/Humanities 2.0 Average years of educational experience: 9
Classes taught by highly qualified teachers: 97%
Health 0.5

Physical Education 1.0

Electives 7.5

Total Credits 25

20 hours community service required

Students are required to maintain a minimum of 7 credits

per year


• Société Honoraire de Français
• Mu Alpha Theta
• National Honor Society


Last year 60% of the Class of 2017 continued their education with 44.5% attending 4 year post-
secondary colleges and universities. Below is a sampling of colleges offering admission to Lakeland
students in the last two years.

Albany College of Pharmacy Empire Beauty School Pace University
PA College of Technology
Albright College Florida Atlantic University Pennsylvania State University
Philadelphia University
Alfred University (Allegheny College Anderson Florida Gulf Coast University Point Park University
Quinnipiac University
University-SC Florida International University Randolph College
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Antonelli Institute Florida Southern College Robert Morris University (PA)
Rochester Institute of Technology
Arcadia University Fortis Institute Rutgers University
Saint Francis University
Bard College Gannon University Saint Leo University
Saint Peter's University
Bay Path University High Point University Saint Vincent College
Seton Hill
Binghamton University Hood College University Shippensburg
University of Pennsylvania
Bloomfield College Indiana University of PA St. Bonaventure University
St. John's University
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Iona College Stevenson University
Stonehill College
Brevard College Ithaca College Stony Brook University
SUNY Broome CC
Bucknell University James Madison SUNY Oswego
Syracuse University
Buffalo State College of SUNY University Johnson College Temple University
The University of Scranton
California University of PA Keene State College The University of Tampa
Thiel College
Campbell University Keuka College Tiffin University
Transylvania University
Catawba College Keystone College University of California
University of Delaware
Cazenovia College King's College University of Denver
University of Jamestown
Cedar Crest College Kutztown University of PA University of Kentucky
University of New Haven
Cedarville University Lackawanna College University of Pittsburgh
University of San Diego
Chatham University Lafayette College University of San Francisco
University of South Carolina
Chestnut Hill College Lake Erie College University of the Pacific
University of the Sciences in Phila
Clemson University Le Moyne College University of Utah
Ursinus College
Cleveland State University Lebanon Valley College Utica College

Coastal Carolina University Lehigh University

Colgate University Liberty University

College of Mount Saint Vincent Lipscomb University

College of Saint Elizabeth Lock Haven University of PA

Colorado State University Luzerne CCC

Community College of Philadelphia Manhattan College

Cornell University Maryland Institute College of Art

Daemen College Marymount Manhattan College

Delaware Valley University Marywood University

Dowling College McCann School of Bus & Tech

Drexel University Messiah College

Duquesne University Millersville University of PA

East Carolina University Misericordia University

East Stroudsburg University of PA Mount St. Mary's University

Eastern University Nazareth College

Eckerd College New England College

Edinboro University of PA Newbury College

Elizabethtown College Niagara University

Elmira College Norfolk State University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Northeastern University

Emmanuel College Norwich University

Emory & Henry College Ohio Wesleyan University


Varsity Sports Other Activities Superintendent of Schools

Baseball Drama Club Andy Falonk
Basketball, Boys Envirothon
Basketball, Girls FBLA High School Principal
Cheerleading Mock Trial
Cross Country Pennsylvania Junior James Pivirotto
Football Academiy of Science
Golf SADD Dean of Students
Lacrosse Scholastic Bowl
Soccer, boys Ski Club David Rosenkrans
Soccer, girls Student Council
Track and Field
Dawn deQuevedo, MS
[email protected]

570-254-9485 ext. 2003
Grades 8.10,12

Larissa Valonis, MS NCC
[email protected]
570-254-9485 ext. 2004

Grades 7,9,11


Lakeland Jr-Sr High School
1355 Lakeland Dr.

Scott Twp. PA 18433
Phone: 570-254-9485

Fax: 570-254-7085

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