School News

LHS Class of 2018 is Heading to College

5/10/2018

Lincoln’s Class of 2018 is wrapping up their final year in high school and getting ready for their future. Many of out students are heading to college after graduation. Check out the photo gallery (click here) to see our #ACCEPTED seniors and where they will be heading next year. Congrats seniors!

iJAG Students Compete at Career Development Conference

5/9/2018

On Thursday, May 3rd, six Lincoln iJAG students (Deja Austin, Angel Cart, Emmanuel Seakor, Allie Brockett, Jennifer Smith, and Toia Harris) competed at the Career Development Conference in Ankeny. The students competed in several different events, including art expression, employability skills, public speaking, STEAM banner competition, critical thinking, community service projects, and math skills. Lincoln … Read more »

LHS Construction Students Hard at Work

5/3/2018

The LHS Construction Pre-Apprenticeship students have benn hard at work. On Tuesday, May 1st, students in the class made a pour to finish the parking area outside the auto/construction lab. The class was visited by Congressman Young. Congressman Young was interested in this class, because it is the only one in the United States that … Read more »

AP Music Theory Students Attend Des Moines Symphony

4/30/2018

Mr. White’s AP Music Theory class recently completed a weeks-long score analysis project, analyzing the piece: Enigma Variations (Edward Elgar) in-depth, looking at historical significance, influence and inspiration, compositional techniques, form, chord structure, texture and instrumentation, and more. The Des Moines Symphony performed this very piece at the Civic Center. Lincoln’s AP Music class attended … Read more »

Live Stream 2018 Graduation Ceremony

4/19/2018

Would you like to be able to watch the 2018 Commencement Ceremony live online?  If so click the link below. You may also view the ceremony after the event as many times as you wish. http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/affiliates/herff-jones-marc-havnen

Are You 17 1/2 Years Old? Become a Voter!

4/13/2018

One of the missions of DMPS is to educate students who “understand the rights and obligations of citizenship.” And one of those rights is becoming a voter, a right available to many high school students. To register to vote in Iowa you must (a) be at least 17 1/2 years old, (b) be a U.S. citizen, and (c) be a resident of Iowa. Click the photo to visit the Iowa Secretary of State’s web site to learn more and complete a registration form.

Upcoming Events

May 21
Baseball: 9th vs. Dowling Catholic (Home)
May 21
Softball: 9th vs. Dowling Catholic (Away)
May 21
Baseball: 10th vs. Dowling Catholic (Home)
May 21
Softball: JV vs. Dowling Catholic (Away)
May 21
Baseball: Varsity vs. Dowling Catholic (Away)
SEMINAR STUDENT SELECTION

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Class of 2022 Parent Night (Thursday, May 17, 2018)
Incoming 9th graders and families are invited to the Class of 2022 Parent Night at Lincoln Rails (located at 1000 Porter Ave.) from 5:30-7:30 pm. There will be presentations on academics, school policies, and an opportunity to meet with representatives from the many programs, activities, and athletics offered at Lincoln.


2018 Graduation Live Streaming Link

Would you like to be able to view live streaming of the 2018 graduation? If so click here. You may also view the ceremonies after the event as many times as you wish.


Lincoln Text Messaging Service

Lincoln now offers a text messaging service for you to receive updates on important news happening at Lincoln, such as snow days and cancellations. All you need to do to get signed up is text 81010 with the proper code. For students the code is @07509. For parents the code is @e6679.


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About Lincoln High School

2600 SW 9th Street, Des Moines, IA 50315

P: 515-242-7500 | E: lincoln@dmschools.org
School Hours: 7:40 AM to 2:40 PM

 

Abraham Lincoln High School leads, inspires, and educates all students by providing access to a rigorous and relevant curriculum in order to meet the challenges of today. Read more.

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