Principal's Message

 Dr. Allen Burch
It has been a great year at Lincoln High School. Throughout the year, our students have been amazing on the stage, on the fields, and in the classroom. This spring, drama, choral groups, and bands had stellar performances. In addition, we had individual student art award winners for drawings, sculptures and digital images. I believe that the arts at Lincoln are like no other and it is easy to support this claim when you see what our students are doing. Similarly, our athletic dominance continued this semester as our students participated in post season play in multiple sports. These student athletes have been great Trojan warriors on their playing field and have added to the legacy of Lincoln. 

During this semester, we will complete our state and AP testing. We are very optimistic about the results of our student’s performance. Our students always have a positive approach to these assessments and I know that their hard work from the year will be realized. As the end of school year approaches, we began the process of planning for the 2017-18 school year to continue our tradition of excellence. While things change over time, our dedication to excellence will not waiver. We appreciate your support of this school and respect your contributions as we will continue to function at the highest level. Next school year holds much promise and we are excited that you will be working with us to make sure that Lincoln continues to be best! 

School Updates

Career and Technology Education

Lincoln High School takes great pride in preparing students for the future.  The following video was created to highlight Leon County Schools' emphasis on Career and Technology coursework, with a great piece on Lincoln!

A spotlight on Ms. Proctor's CTE classroom


Yearbooks are now on sale for $90. Please visit and use order #2242 to order online.

If you would like to purchase a yearbook by check, deliver a check made out to Lincoln High School to Mr. Herrera in Room 204. Please ensure that a phone number and student name is included on the check.


Microsoft Office for Students and Teachers

Leon County Teachers and Staff-

Leon County Schools is proud to announce the new Microsoft Student Advantage Program to students and parents. This program provides free access to Office 365 Pro Plus for students enrolled in school districts that purchase enterprise-level licenses. Leon County Schools meets this requirement!

Any student who is currently enrolled in the Leon County School District is eligible and may download and install Office 365 Pro applications on up to 5 devices (PC, MAC, and/or mobile device).

Click here to register.

Lincoln on the Weather Channel

Lincoln High School and WeatherSTEM have partnered to provide real time weather data from Lincoln High School to our community.  The personal weather station's data is being utilized in our classrooms and on our athletic fields.  Recently, the Weather Channel produced a story on the Lincoln High School football team and their use of the weather data.  This story is currently airing on the Weather Channel.  Click here to view.

Say No to Bullying