Are there any classes in high school, within the Lawrence public school system, that earn college credit?
Students taking these courses are eligible for dual/articulated credit with Johnson County Community College: Natural Resources and Wildlife Management; Agriscience; Introduction to Drafting and Architecture; AutoCAD; Computer Applications I and II; Interior Design; Business Law I and II; Welding; Marketing I and II; Marketing On-the-Job Training; and Automotive I, II and III, said Patrick Kelly, the district’s career and technical education specialist. Certain requirements apply. Visit www.jccc.edu/home/depts/1281 for more information. In addition, Lawrence high schools offer Advanced Placement courses in Studio Art: Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design; Music Theory; Latin; Calculus; Biology; Chemistry; Physics; English Literature and Composition; European History; U.S. History; and Government and Politics, Kelly said. Students taking Advanced Placement courses and achieving qualifying AP examination scores earn college credit.