College Preparatory courses are designed to help high school students prepare for success in college level courses and programs. These include: 
The AP program gives students the opportunity to participate in a college level course to enrich their education and possibly earn college credit while still in high school. 
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Advancement Via Individual Determination is a class in which students prepare for four year college eligibility. AVID students are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses and attend an academic elective class called AVID.
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The Cambridge AICE Program at Lehigh Senior High School is intended for highly motivated, academically driven students. LSHS offers a Pre-AICE program (IGCSE) for freshman with advancement to the AICE program beginning sophomore year.
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The Center for the Arts provides an exciting opportunity for artistically talented high school students of Lee County.
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Dual Enrollment is a program that allow Lehigh Senior High School students to take college courses directly on campus while also earning high school credits toward graduation. Students in the dual enrollment program can even graduate high school with a two year college degree.
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