Welcome to our High School. The High School Program at Lincoln features a vigorous and engaging curriculum for adolescents in Grades 9 through 12. Our approach may be characterized as one of “High Challenge – High Support”; we offer academic and social counseling, learning support, enrichment opportunities and advanced courses, as well as a range of extracurricular activities to enliven the day-to-day experiences of the youths in our community. Our goal is to ensure that all students learn at high levels and that every Lincoln student finds a pathway to confidence and success.
Our Academic Program culminates in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) in Grades 11 and 12. Prior to this, in Grades 9 and 10, students follow a program of courses comprising core subjects in: English, Spanish, Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, Arts, Health and Physical Education.
Throughout the four years of high school, students meet regularly within grade-level Advisory groups to build trusting relationships, pursue academic counseling, find support in social-emotional learning and self-management, goal-setting and communication skills. In Grades 11 and 12, all students develop a portfolio of Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) projects in partial fulfillment of the AEL graduation and IB Diploma requirements.
"Our approach may be characterized as one of "High Challenge – High Support""
Mr. David Redmond
Here you can download the High School handbook. This document is the ultimate guide for all students, parents and guardians.
It includes our academic program, school policies, protocols, and expectations.
The Lincoln school profile contains information about our student demographics, our courses and our three diplomas. This document also shows our PSAT and IB results for the last years.
You may also check where our graduates head off to college to!