At Frederick High, the ultimate goal is for students to advocate for themselves. On the road to self-advocacy, students are supported by a network of advocates which includes school counselors, teachers, business and community partners, and LYNX Advocates.
Our LYNX Advocates for the 2021-22 school year are: Mr. Marlon Moran, Ms. Beth Sands, Ms. Monica Talley and Ms. Sandra Zimmerman.
Every LYNX student creates a “Student Success Plan” to serve as a roadmap for college and career readiness with the support of their parents and families. LYNX students will identify interest-based learning ambitions and career aspirations, then design a schedule of coursework, programs, networks and partnerships specifically designed to support their goals.
Network of Advocates
- LYNX Advocates: 4 school-based teachers who support LYNX students (8th - 9th grades)
- Advocacy Teachers: Team of school-based teachers who provide daily support for 15-20 LYNX students within a 35 minute time block
- LYNX Partners: Educators and business, community, and college partners who provide experiences for LYNX students (9th - 12th grades)
- School Counselors: School-based team who support LYNX students (8th - 12th grades)