Criminology classes will be offered at E.C Glass High School beginning next year. The School Board yesterday approved the program. Media outlets report, starting in the fall, administrators plan to enroll 20 juniors in Criminal Justice I, a daily elective that will be taught by members of the Lynchburg Police Department. The following year, a senior-level class will be added to provide more in-depth instruction. Heritage High students also will have the opportunity to participate. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, careers in law enforcement nationwide are expected to grow by 13 percent — 600,000 jobs — by 2020.