This program is designed to accommodate students who do best in high school classes with teacher-directed, standards-based instruction. Each day, a student receives 270 minutes of instruction, and attends classes on a rotating block schedule. A student is enrolled in a minimum of six classes plus an academic enrichment homeroom. Success in completing credit deficiencies is dependent on student willingness to complete take-home and/or individualized instruction classes, as well as enrollment in Work Experience, Riverside Community College or the county’s Regional Occupational Program.
The majority of LPHS students access this program. A typical student schedule includes three to four academic classes, one to two electives and a homeroom class. That student would likely also have take-home portfolios assigned as homework.
Several student groups for students in the regular program foster social, cultural and personal growth. Our Associated Student Body (ASB) and Ethnic Advisory Council (EAC) groups help build student interest and increase student enrollment.