During your Lakeside Years
Advanced Placement Exams are administered each year in May. These tests allow students students to earn college credits, advanced placement or both. More information on AP exams can be found here.
Each exam has a fee of $97 (payment due in Guidance office by May 1, checks to LLHS); if a student initially signed up for an AP exam and has now decided not to take it, there is a $40 fee that must be paid.
We administer exams for our four AP classes: AP Calculus, AP Composition & Literature, AP Psychology, and AP Statistics plus a few for students taking online AP classes.
Test schedule (different than dates in planner and wall calendar).
AP Environmental Science - Tuesday, May 2 - 8 am
AP Psychology - Tuesday, May 2 -Noon
AP Lit & Comp- Wednesday, May 3 - 8 am
AP Macroeconomics - Thursday, May 4 - 8 am
AP Statistics - Thursday, May 4 - Noon
AP Microeconomics - Friday, May 5 - Noon
AP Calculus AB & BC - Monday, May 8 - 8 am
AP Physics 1 - Thursday, May 11 - Noon
Questions specific to a college or university's handling of AP scores should be sent to the college directly directly. For questions specific to the AP class, please contact the classroom teacher. For questions regarding payment or test administration, contact LL Guidance office.
2023-24 Course Selection
2023-24 Course Selection
The portal for making course requests in PowerSchool for the 2023-24 school year is open. Students have until Dec. 15 to choose the next year's courses. After that point, the portal closes, but changes can be made through the Guidance office without a fee through March 1. After March 1, there is a $50 fee for course request changes. (This fee does not apply if the change is initiated by a teacher.)
Mrs. Uher is in process of meeting with students in classrooms to discuss course selection options, and how they relate to post graduation plans. If you have any questions, please contact her.
See the Curriculum page for the current list of course offerings.
See this Google sheet to make your 4-year course plan. The online document is "view only": to edit your own course plan, download the Google Sheet as an Excel/spreadsheet and edit/save it locally.
Xello (pronounced “Zello”) is an online program that helps anyone, anywhere in the world create a successful future through self-knowledge, exploration, and planning. Xello is used in Computer Essentials class by all Freshmen. In addition, all students will complete Xello activities according to their grade level throughout this year under the guidance of their homeroom teachers.
LLHS youth apprenticeships allow students to work and explore their God-given skills while taking a related class. Eligible students would interview at a jobsite, be hired, and log 450 hours of work from June 1 to the end of the school year. Look here to read about some of the common careers that our students have been paired with local businesses. See Mr. Meske or Mr. Rosenau as you explore scheduling for next year; apprenticeships are an option for class of 2023 and 2024 when choosing courses.
In addition to our full range of course selections, Lakeside participates in Amazing Grace Virtual Academy. These online credit courses are taught by various active and retired teachers within the WELS high school system. Interested students/families can see course descriptions and more info on the Amazing Grace Virtual Academy.
Planning on College?
Read Lakeside college prep course recommendations. (Also available below.) We share which classes here to prepare you for your chosen career.
See Post-Lakeside Planning on right side menu for more important college info.