Students interested in attending Lincoln’s newest high school can now submit the form to do so

LINCOLN, Nebraska – The application form for Lincoln’s newest high school is now available online for students who are interested in attending.

Standing Bear High School is officially taking High School Choice Forms from students already enrolled in grades 8-11 who are considering joining the school, according to a statement released by Lincoln Public Schools.

According to LPD, it provides every high school student with the chance to select the high school that they wish to attend when they begin their freshman year.

Every student who will be enrolled in grades 9 through 12 in the fall of 2023 will have the chance to apply to Standing Bear High School because the new school is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019.

Additionally, the Nebraska Business Focus Program, which serves students in grades 11 and 12, will be housed within the high school.

If a student wishes to attend Standing Bear High School, they are required to submit the High School Choice Form to their school counselor as soon as possible after filling it out and indicating their choice of high school on the form. Students who turn in the form after the 31st of January, 2023, risk having their transfer request rejected. According to a statement issued by LPS, “early submission of the form enables administrators to begin preparing for classes and personnel.”

Those who are interested in gaining additional knowledge regarding the high school are invited to attend a learning session that will be held by LPS on Thursday, January 19, at 6:30 p.m. at Moore Middle School.

After the staff has gathered information on student interest and enrollment, they will decide whether or not to offer varsity levels of competition in the many athletics and activities that are offered.

According to the press release, “it is crucial that high school students indicate their interest in Standing Bear High School prior to the January 31 deadline in order to assist in making this judgment sooner.”

More information about all of the LPS high school information nights, along with the High School Choice Form can be found on the website:

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