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Posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013 12:00 am

Questions I am often asked: What is Lincoln Technical Academy? Is it part of Lodi Unified? Is Lincoln Tech a continuation school? Is it the Adult School? Read on for the answers:

What is Lincoln Technical Academy?

Lincoln Tech houses the Regional Occupation Center and Adult School for Lodi Unified School District. Lodi Unified high school juniors and seniors are transported daily by school bus to our beautifully restored campus on the corner of Cherokee and Pine Streets.

Our students learn industry specific skills and knowledge which prepare them for the rigors of post-secondary education as well as entry-level jobs. High school students can earn college credit in many of our classes as well as participate in career internships. Some of our ROP courses are open to adults although the majority of our students come from our district’s comprehensive and continuation high schools.

ROP Courses Offered at Lincoln Technical Academy:

  • Careers With Children
  • Careers in Education
  • Computer Networks (Cisco 1 & 2)*
  • Computer Based Office Training*
  • Computer Web & Game Design*
  • Dental Assisting
  • Fire Science
  • Health Occupations*
  • Medical Assisting*
  • Retail Sales/Fashion Merchandising
  • Sports Medicine*

*College credit may be earned in these classes.

Back to the questions:

Is Lincoln Tech a part of Lodi Unified School District?

Yes.

Is Lincoln Tech a continuation school?

No.

Is Lincoln Tech the Adult School?

Yes. In addition to the aforementioned ROP program, Lincoln Technical Academy houses the Adult School for Lodi Unified. We offer English Language Development, adult diploma and GED preparation classes in the mornings and evenings, Mondays through Thursdays. We are also home to an Adult with Developmental Disabilities class in which developmentally disabled adults develop independent life skills.

To enroll in our classes, consult your high school counselor or call Lincoln Technical Academy counselor Trang Do at 331-7605.

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