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Lincoln High School, founded in 1954, is the Lincoln Unified School District's only public high school. The school serves thousands of students from ethnically and socio-economically diverse populations.
According to California Department of Education's report in 1956, Lincoln High had a graduation rate of 97% with about 50% of graduates going on to two and four-year colleges. The graduation rate has dropped precipitously since 1956.
Each student is required to take some basics courses including but not limited to the following:
and 9 additional Elective Courses.
Lincoln High Schools has a wide array of courses offered to students in all areas of education, including foreign language, performing arts, physical education, science, history, mathematics, English, art, fashion, computer science, student leadership, and film.
Most academic courses are college preparatory or Advanced Placement (AP).
Some of the AP courses offered include:
Some of the Honors Courses include:
The school has over 30 academic organizations, teams and student interest clubs. These clubs have focuses ranging from athletics to academics.
Lincoln High School has a Visual & Performing Arts Department. Students with interests in the arts are offered courses in music (band, choir, orchestra, piano, guitar, electronic music and music theory), drama (acting, stagecraft and production) and visual arts (traditional and computer art, photography and ceramics).
The student-produced newspaper, The Lincolnian is printed or published online monthly.