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Model Overview

Program Overview

2015
Year Launched
9 - 12
Blended Grades
1,025
Enrolled

Program Focus

General
English Language Learners

School Overview

Lindsay Unified Public Schools (LUSD) is a 4,200 student K-12 district in California’s Central Valley. Lindsay High School enrolls 1,025 9th-12th graders. The district uses a “performance-based” learning system in which every student (who Lindsay terms "Learner") progresses through learning standards at their own pace. Teachers (called “Learning Facilitators”) guide Learners towards resources and provide direct supports as they develop evidence of mastery and move along their own pathways.

Launched in 2007 through the adoption of a visionary, district-wide strategic plan, LUSD has steadily become a model for competency-based learning nationally. The district uses blended learning as a mechanism for supporting their model, helping Learners develop foundational knowledge and supporting them through cycles of inquiry that lead to deeper learning. LUSD uses a number of tools to do this, but relies heavily on Empower, a competency-based learning management system, to support its model.

Ratings Source: GreatSchools

Community Rating

GreatSchools Rating

4

out of 10

School Contact

Contact: Heather Rocha

Contact Title: Principal

Address:
Lindsay High School
1849 E. Tulare Rd.
Lindsay, California
93247
United States

Telephone: (559)-562-5911

Lindsay High School's Website

Demographics

1,025
Total Students
77%
FRL
--
ELL

Student Ethnicity

State Test Scores Source: GreatSchools

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Blended Program Launched 2015