Principal's Message

  •  Dr. Allen Burch

    FOCUS (Parent Portal)

    It is important for parents/guardians to keep the information on their student up-to-date in FOCUS.  Please see the instructions below on how to update your information. 

    If you need to update a physical address due to a move, LCS Policy 5120 requires proof of residency.  Please email these documents to our registrar Cindy Seitel (  Required documents are the current lease, mortgage, deed, or property tax record AND a current utility bill.  If your move was recent, a letter from the utility company acknowledging the connection of the utilities at the physical address will be appropriate.  

    How to Update YOUR Parent Contact Information in FOCUS

School Updates

  • For information on the following topics, please click on the links below.

    Spring 2021 Testing Information


    Undergraduate Awards Ceremonies:

    Lincoln honors students each year for their academic performance. Students honored received a 2021 department award for performance in the classroom and/or an award based on a weighted cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or above for BOTH the 2020 and 2021 school years.  Students with a GPA of 4.0 -4.19 received an academic achievement medal.  The Principal’s Awards are for students with a 4.2 or higher cumulative weighted GPA.  First timers receive an academic letter, second year recipients receive a second year bar, and third year recipients get a third year bar.  Due to COVID protocols, ceremonies were held for students only.  The videos of these events are below for your enjoyment.  Congratulations to all our award winners.


    2020-2021 Best and Brightest:

    The 16th Annual Best and Brightest Awards Ceremony for Leon County Schools will be held virtually this year at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, May 12.  Please join in to celebrate with the following Finalist for Lincoln High:  Mia Scott (Art), Jackson Green (Athletics), Abigail Thompson (Business), Toby Campbell (Career), Joelie Campagna (Drama and Performing Arts), Lily Nelsen (English), Olivia van Vroenhoven (Foreign Language), Cooper Harrell (Journalism), David Monroe (Leadership), Andrew Li (Mathematics), Max Van Hoeij (Music), Megan Peschl (Public Speaking), Riordan Pollock (Science and Health), Armyia Trueblood (Social Science), Kyle Wang (Technology).

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    Lincoln Office Hours:

    Office hours for Lincoln High School are Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm.  

    Students can be dropped off after 7:00 am in the morning, and must be off campus by 2:00 pm.

    Please make sure you are sign up for Lincoln's Listserv to receive important announcements and updates as we move towards the 2020-2021 school year.

    For information on Lincoln's Safe Start Protocols, please click here.

    For more detailed information on Leon County Schools and Education Information visit the Safe Start Website by clicking here.


    Student Passwords:

    If you have having issues with your password, please contact 


    Summer Driver's Education Program:

    Lincoln will be offering the summer driver's education course. Please click here for more information and enrollment form.


    Exceptional Student Education Survey:

    The Florida Department of Education is working with school districts to gather information on how well parents think their child's school is partnering with parents of students with disabilities, and would like to inlcude your input.  Your responses will help guide efforts to improve services and results for children and families. This survey is for parents of students with individual education plans (IEP) receiving special education services during the 2020-2021 school year. All information provided will remain confidential. 

    The survey window opens on Feburary 1, 2021 and closes on May 31, 2021.  Click on thie following link to access the survey: 


    2020-2021 Lincoln Digital Academy Information

    Students who choose to attend Lincoln's Digital Academy are allowed to participate in extracurricular activites and/or sports, but are NOT allowed on campus prior to 2:00 PM.  Students on campus after school hours are required to be under the supervision of a faculty/staff member.

    For more information on the Lincoln Digital Academy can be found by clicking here.

    For more information on the Canvas Learning Management System, and how to sign in for the Digital Academy, click here.

    For technical support, please contact


    Registration Information

    Please note, you MUST be the parent or legal guardian, live in the Lincoln zone, and have all the approriate documentation to register a student at Lincoln.  Please click here for details and information on how to register your student for the 2020-2021 school year.


    2021-2022 Parking 

    ALL paper work and payment must be included with your your application - WE WILL NOT be able to make copies for you.

    Please note: You WILL NOT be issued a parking permit if you owe for fees or lost text books.  Parking applications can be turned in to Student Affairs.

    Documents Required:

    1. Parking Application - Click Here
    2. Copy of Drivers' License
    3. Copy of Current Insurance Card
    4. Copy of Tag Registration
    5. Payment (check, money order, or exact cash only) 


    Yearbook Order Information:

    We are reporting on the most unique and memorable year yet! Pre-order your 2021 Lincoln Legend Yearbook today! The yearbook will be $85 until spring break, and then it will increase to $95. Click here to order online.


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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