Lincoln High School (Arkansas)

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Lincoln High School
Address
1392 East Pridemore Drive
Lincoln, Arkansas, United States
Coordinates 35°57′23″N 94°25′12″W / 35.9563°N 94.4199°W / 35.9563; -94.4199Coordinates: 35°57′23″N 94°25′12″W / 35.9563°N 94.4199°W / 35.9563; -94.4199
Information
Type Secondary school
Motto Where All Belong – All Learn – All Succeed
Established 1947
School district Lincoln School District No. 48
NCES District ID 05084890[1]
CEEB Code 041405
NCES School ID 0508489000601[2]
Principal Courtney Jones
Faculty 25.59 (on FTE basis)[2]
Enrollment 360[2] (2010–11)
Student to teacher ratio 14.07[2]
Color(s) Main colors:
        Maroon and White
Secondary colors:

                Gold, Silver, Gray, and Black

Athletics conference 4A Region 1 (2012–14)
Mascot Wolfpack
Teams Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Football, Cheer, Dance, Lacross, Track, Golf, Bowling, Volleyball
Team name Lincoln Wolfpack
Other Yes
Website

Lincoln High School is a public secondary school in Lincoln, Arkansas, United States. Lincoln is one of ten public high schools in Washington County, Arkansas and is the only high school administered by the Lincoln School District.

Academics[edit]

Lincoln High School academics are divided into the following departments: English Language Arts, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, P.E./Health, and Vocational Education. The school offers Advanced Placement (AP) and Pre-AP courses in English, Biology, United States History, Environmental Science, and Psychology. Lincoln High school is a member of the Teacher Advancement Program, a program that seeks to "close achievement gaps and ensure a quality educational opportunity for all students."

The assumed course of study follows the Smart Core curriculum developed by the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE). Students complete regular and career focus courses and exams and may select Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and exams that provide an opportunity to receive college credit.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The Lincoln High School mascot and athletic emblem is the wolves with maroon and white serving as the school colors.[3]

Athletics[edit]

For 2012–14, the Lincoln Wolves compete in the 4A Classification within the 4A Region 1 Conference as administered by Arkansas Activities Association. Lincoln High School competes in football, volleyball, golf (boys/girls), golf (boys/girls), cross country (boys/girls), basketball (boys/girls), track (boys/girls), competitive cheer, cheer, competitive dance, dance, baseball, softball and bowling (boys/girls).[3]

In the 2000 season, the football team recorded a 5–5 record in the 1AAA Conference, led by Lance Price at halfback who broke the school record with over 1,400 yards in 10 games.

The cheerleaders were state champions in the 2006–2007 school year in the 1-3A Small Co-ed division. They were also awarded the Grand Champion title. The dance team were overall regional champions in 2007–2008 placed third at the state competition.

In 2009–2010 both the men's and women's basketball teams won the district championship. Both games were against Mountainburg.

Clubs and organizations[edit]

The following student clubs are active in Lincoln High School: Academic Competition in Education, Photography Club,National FFA Organization, Future Business Leaders of America, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America,EAST Initiative, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Marching and Concert Band, Educational Talent Search, Arvest Junior Bank Board, Beta Club,Chess Club and A limited number of students in the University Of Arkansas Upward Bound Program.

The Lincoln High School Band, under the direction of Billy Mere, traveled to Branson, Under the former direction of Jeremy Falk the Band went to Missouri for the Ozark Mountain Choir/Band Festival. There was a contest in which the LHS Band received a rating of 1, 1, 1 scores.

The FFA chapter at Lincoln has won the following state championships since 2005: Poultry Science, Food Science, Farm Business Management, Prepared Speaking, and Creed.

The Gifted and Talented program is directed by G/T Coordinator Ann Taylor. Students participate in the JBU Sife World Trade Expo, the YES competition, Quiz Bowl, Future Problem Solvers, Science Olympiad, and the Stock Market Game. Students do individual research and participate in group activities. The curriculum is designed to help students develop higher-level thinking skills and creativity.

Statistics[edit]

Lincoln High School serves grades 9–12. In the 2010–11 school year, LHS had 360 students enrolled.[2]

How Students performed on College Entrance Exams (2005)[4] This school This district State
ACT – average score 21.2 21.2 20.3
ACT – participation rate (%) 66.2 66.2 59.4
PSAT/NMSQT – average score 140 140 146
PSAT/NMSQT – participation rate (%) 22.1 22.1 19.5
AP – scores 3 or above (%) 16.7 16.7 31.0
AP – participation rate (%) 32.5 20.2 32.5

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