Principal's Message

  •  Dr. Allen Burch

    Dear Parents/Guardians,

    What a great start to the school year! Our teachers and students have been focused and enthusiastic and the results have been positive. I know this commitment will continue throughout the year as we uphold the tradition of excellence that has been built by Lincoln’s students and faculty. Lincoln teachers and staff are working tirelessly to provide a great education for all students every day. I know this is year is going to be special because we have the best teachers, coaches, and staff members in the state.

    Our theme this year is “Just One”. Lincoln is a model high school for academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities.  Our academics are ranked nationally every year, our athletic and academic teams consistently compete for championships, and our clubs and organizations work constantly to help improve our community.  Lincoln stands alone through our unprecedented success in so many areas and it is because of our students, staff, and community.  Thank you for all that you have done and will continue to do to keep Lincoln High School among the elite high schools in the nation! Although we have a history of successes at Lincoln, we will continue to set new goals and  I appreciate your support and your involvement as we continue to improve every day. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance to you or your student.

     Go Trojans!

School Updates

  • Welcome to Lincoln High School!!!

    Office Hours

    • Monday through Friday 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Registration Hours

    • Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8 am - 10 am.

    To register your student for Lincoln High School, please click here for details and information.

     

    New Bus Routes 2019-2020

    Please click HERE for more information (updated August 15, 2019)

    Parking Hours

    Click here for the application. Please make sure you have photo copies of your Driver's License, Current Proof of Insurance and Current Registration with your application and fees.

    Decals can be picked up and applications can be dropped off in Student Affairs during the school day.

    Please note if you owe textbook or other fees, or have returned mail, you will NOT be issued a parking decal for 2019-2020.

    ***All students must have a parking decal on their car to park on Campus.  If you do not have one, please see Student Affairs immediately. Cars without decals will be booted and a fee of $20 will be assessed to have the boot removed.

    Yearbooks
    yearbook

    The 2020 Lincoln Legend Yearbook will be on sale beginning August 9th!! Starting price: $85. Pre-order yours today!!! http://ybstore.friesens.com/stores/773176.
    Click here to access Senior Advertisement contract.

Career and Technology Education

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.

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