LIVINGSTON, NJ — Through Course Preview Day, current Livingston High School (LHS) freshmen, sophomores and juniors recently had the opportunity to learn valuable information about courses they are interested in taking during the 2020-2021 school year before scheduling begins in February.

During the program, students met with teachers of elective, college preparatory (CP), honors and advance placement (AP) courses, who gave an overview of their course, outlined course expectations and provided examples of class assignments and student work. Through these informative sessions, students gained insight to help them make informed decisions for their upcoming scheduling choices. 

Junior Cassie Borino, a new student to the Livingston district this year, adding that the course-preview program gave her the opportunity to learn about courses that she didn't know existed and provided a good outline of what to expect next year.

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"We believe that Course Preview Day is one more way to enhance our commitment to helping our students make strong, challenging and balanced choices as they map out their careers at LHS," said Mary Kate Pretto, assistant principal and director of School Counseling Sinead Crews.

The updated LHS course guide can be found by CLICKING HERE