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High School Program

Dallas Learning StudentsThe DLC High School program offers both standard and college preparatory academic tracks from the University of Nebraska High School, which is accredited by AdvancED. The curriculum choices are tailored to individual student needs.

We offer additional programs designed to meet the needs of the learning-differenced and the accelerated student, as well as students on the autism spectrum. We provide an 8 to 1 student/teacher ratio as well as one-on-one math instruction with speciality area teachers in all subjects. DLC helps motivate students to achieve their goals using strong academics but in a less pressured, positive school environment.

High School Curriculum

Individualized standard and college preparatory high school curriculum through the University of Nebraska High School


Two high school tracks available: Standard and College Preparatory


Students are enrolled in the University of Nebraska High School, which is accredited by AdvancED


Full curriculum, including electives, structured to be completed in one semester. Students can complete courses in less than a semester if they desire.

Accelerated programs and programs to make up credit deficiencies available

Enrichment Curriculum

Studio art, digital photography, history in the making, Music Learning Band, yearbook, team-building field trips, daily study halls, community service field trips, and athletic leagues

Grading System Used

Numerical (e.g., A = 90 to 100)

  Homework Policy  

Homework varies from no homework to maximum one hour per night.

Structured, positive environment with 45 minute classes and 15 minute breaks between classes. Phones allowed at breaks.

  Credit Transfer    

Course work transfers to public and private schools and colleges.

Conferences Per Year

At the request of parent or administration; open house twice per year

Tests Administered

Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) available upon request. California Achievement Test (CAT) English section only, mandatory for graduating seniors and transferring high school students

School Hours

9:15 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday; 9:15 am to 1:45 pm Friday. Early release and Friday off option available

8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday


Bring sack lunch, microwave ovens available. Vending machines on site. Pizza, Chinese food, and Subway available 4 days per week

        Dress Code          

Casual (see policy manual for specifics). No uniforms


Laptops are available for student use, or students may bring their own laptop.

Maximum Enrollment

60 students

DLC utilizes techniques to strengthen organization, time-management, and study skills.


Positive, accepting, friendly environment


Using positive feedback, teachers help motivate students to achieve their goals in a timely manner.

High School Diploma Plans

U.N.H.S offers two diploma tracks: the college preparatory diploma track and the general diploma track. Each track is individualized to meet the student's academic needs and college aspirations. The sequences below are only samples. Many course options are available that are not shown in these samples, including AP courses and college dual enrollment.