More and more high school teachers, administrators and students are taking advantage of Lakeland's popular Concurrent Academic Progress Program (CAPP). The benefits of this program are many, and they're addressed in the following questions and answers.
CAPP is an accredited program offered to high schools by Lakeland University. CAPP classes are pre-qualified and allow high schools to offer Lakeland University credit and high school credit for the same class.
For more information contact Barb Dodge, Director of School Relations, at 920-565-1000 ext. 2153 or DodgeB@lakeland.edu!
What is CAPP?
Why is CAPP beneficial for teachers and administrators?
How do I register for CAPP Courses?
Which students qualify for CAPP courses?
Why is CAPP beneficial for high school students?
How are CAPP courses different from AP courses?
How can other courses qualify for CAPP?