Course Descriptions
 Transition Skills
LRC Transition Skills will focus on topics related to post-secondary life such as career and employability skills, daily living skills, personal finance and self-advocacy. Students will be given the opportunity to explore various career pathways or college programs through research or job shadowing opportunities. Students will be expected to develop a post-secondary action plan.


American History 
This course is designed to help students better understand the political, geographical, social and economic development of the United States from the 13 colonies to the present. The chronological history course is organized around central topics to allow students to further develop their reading, writing, problem solving and social studies skills. This course is required for graduation under the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

Government
This course is designed to comply with the state law requiring the teaching of civics and political science in all Michigan high schools under the Michigan Merit Curriculum. As required by the state law, the course covers the form and functions of our federal and state government of county, city, township and village government. Throughout the course, the rights and responsibilities of citizens are stressed. This class is required for graduation under the Michigan Merit Curriculum.