Below is the 18-19 & 19-20 LHS Curriculum Guide. If you have additional questions about our courses please ask the Registrar or your school counselor.
- 1819 LHS Curriculum Guide updated 8/23/2018
- 18-19 curriculum guide addendum added 5/16/18
- 19.20 LHS Curriculum Guide
Help document about online forecasting below:
Online forecasting officially open on April 4, 2019 and closes on April 26, 2019. If you need to make any changes to your course requests after April 26th, please see the LHS Registrar or send an email to Rhonda.Restau@lebanon.k12.or.us
We are again doing online forecasting in a program called “Registar”. Students enter their course requests into Registar and counselors approve or not approve requests. We will still send paper forecast sheets to use as a guide only. No need to turn in paper copies of forecast sheets. Students will enter all their information into Registar Course Request Login which gets entered into our SILK scheduling system. Registar has course descriptions. We still recommend students use the LHS Curriculum Guide which is available on the LHS website.
9th Grade Info (Class of 2023)
- 1920 LHS Grade 9
- Application for Accelerated Biology Placement at LHS
- AVID application 19.20
- Leadership Application
- Yearbook application 19.20
Core classes will be pre-loaded into Registar. These classes include:
Language Arts 9 – Algebra 1 – Physical Science – Global Studies 9 – Freshman PE
Here is the Student Login Link to Registar. To login to the online course request system called “Registar” students will need their student ID # and date of birth (format DD/MM/YYYY).
9th Grade (Class of 2023) Forecast Information
10th Grade (Class of 2022) Forecast Information
11th Grade (Class of 2021) Forecast Information
12th Grade (Class of 2020) Forecast Information
Students will need their date of birth (format DD/MM/YYYY) and student ID number in order to enter course requests
Modified Diploma Requirements
Our School Code is 380590
LBCC College Now Information
Through an agreement with Linn-Benton Community College, students may earn college credit for courses taught at Lebanon High School. These credits may transfer to a four-year university, and Associates Degree, or apply toward a technical degree program at LBCC. Check with the college you are interested in for more information. Earning these credits at Lebanon High School will save you time and money; you will not have to repeat the same course at LBCC. Students must complete an application and turns it into the Registrar’s office at LHS. Check the curriculum guide for a list of College Now classes.
College Now Application – link below – paper copies also available at the LHS Registrar’s office.
Have you earned LBCC COLLEGE NOW credit in high school? Here’s how to transfer your COLLEGE NOW credits transfer to your school.
To order a free unofficial LBCC transcript, log in to WebRunner, https://sis.linnbenton.edu/sis/prod/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin click on “Student” menu, click on “Student Records,” select “Academic Transcript”
Student Legal Name ______________________________
My LBCC user ID ____________________ Format 123456789 or X00001234
(you can get your LBCC user ID/College Now number from LHS Registrar)
PIN _______________ First Time User: Format is birthday MMDDYY
To order an Official LBCC transcript ($5 first copy, $1 additional copies, whether official or unofficial), you have three options:
- In WebRunner, click on the National Student Clearinghouse link
- Go to Student clearinghouse’s MyStudentCenter page at: http://www.mystudentcenter.org/
- Fill out the Transcript Request Form on the Forms and Applications page, http://www.linnbenton.edu/future-students/make-it-official/forms-and-applications/forms-related-to-transcripts take to LBCC Registration desks in Takena Hall or at one of the centers, or send by fax or mail
If you are in a college now class this semester be sure to check the box “Hold for Current Term Grades”. For example, you are in Trigonometry 2nd semester and you want to make sure that college now grade gets posted on your LBCC transcript before it gets sent to OSU.
Printable forms (including PDF’s) cannot be saved after completion – be sure to print a hard copy when you are done and before you exit the form. Printed forms can be returned via any of the methods listed below:
- IN PERSON: Admissions office – located in Takena Hall at the LBCC Albany Main Campus
- BY MAIL:
Linn-Benton Community College
6500 Pacific Blvd. SW
Albany, Oregon 97321
- BY FAX: 541-917-4868Questions? E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org