True College and Career Readiness Starts with a Global Perspective
“In a 21st century world where jobs can be shipped wherever there’s an Internet connection … a child born in Dallas is now competing with a child in New Delhi.” — President Barack Obama
Lincoln West School of Global Studies helps prepare students to compete in the 21st century global economy. Students graduating during this era will work for international companies, compete with people from other countries, buy from and sell to the world, manage employees from other cultures, and solve global problems.
For students to participate effectively in this changing world, they must first understand it. Lincoln-West School of Global Studies ensures that our students understand the world and are ready for their future with our unique school model and four-year experience which:
Exposes our students to the international world around them.
Year 1 - extensive field trips, service learning projects and classroom experiences that focus on Cleveland as an international city
Year 2 - excursions at the state and national level
Year 3 - exposure will occur at the international level
Year 4 - students will complete a capstone project that incorporates their global learning with work experience and individual projects that impact both their local and global communities.
Emphasizes service learning in every subject where students meet their academic requirements by engaging the community and solving real problems for non-profit organizations and other community leaders.
Focuses on teaching students a skill set that makes students competent citizens, workers, and leaders in a global society and economy.
Enables students to showcase and celebrate their classroom and service learning projects twice a year with their families, community partners, business leaders, local officials in Cleveland.