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Chicago, IL
Students enrolled: 2,338

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2001 North Orchard Street
Chicago, IL 60614

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October 09, 2014
Lincoln Park HS is a pretty good school. I am currently a senior at Lincoln Park. As an incoming freshman, I choose the Double Honors program at Lincoln Park over the Alpha Program at Lane Tech and it was a good choice. The HH program was very challenging for me and I fell behind quickly. Most of my teachers were helpful and tried to support me. Whenever I SEEK HELP, I get it. The college application process is pretty easy too. I meet with my counselor all the time now and she is always willing to help. Overall, any teacher or faculty member is willing to help IF YOU SEEK IT. I would love to praise the music program. As the best CPS music program, LP really cares for its musicians. Beginning band gets just as much attention as the Wind Symphony. The choirs are top notch. The music program is prestigious all around. Although I hate this school with a passion, I must say that it is a pretty great one.

- submitted by a student
September 11, 2014
Graduated from the I.b program a few years ago, absolutely horrible. Nothing but horrid memories from this institution. They counseling services at this school are close to nonexistent. Despite working extremely hard - I didn't get into my first choice university - nobody cared - all the focus and work was placed toward 2-3 I.b students. I do not recommend this place - if I had the $, I would go to Latin or Francis Parker - way less work and yet I would end up at the university of my choice. Disgusted and ashamed that I went here.

- submitted by a community member
May 26, 2014
Lincoln Park high! While the teachers are dedicated, there is still not enough money to do all the things they want to do! If we could have a big FUNDING DRIVE every year, we could become one of the top 10 schools in the nation! If we could enlist an ASTRONAUT, or a well known PUBLIC figure to attend our drives, maybe people would commit! I myself, now living out-of-state, & with a minimum amount of SS per month, would still be willing to contribute something every year! Best wishes to all at LPHS....

- submitted by a community member
May 24, 2014
I'm a sophomore in the IB program at Lincoln Park, and this is in response mainly to those who have had anything negative to say about LP. LP is a great school. It is what you make it. It is impossible to use a school as a scapegoat for your own personal failures. The IB program is ridiculously rigorous, I took Pre- Calculus and Honors British Literature as a Freshman (Junior level classes) and as a sophomore I am currently taking an Integrated Science course and two AP classes as a Sophomore. From what I hear from my peers not in the IB, the Double Honors program is also very rigorous with options to take really advanced classes in the first two years of HS. There is no where else in the city (and arguably) the state where you can get a public education like this. The music program is outstanding. For those of you who complain about the lack of school spirit, you've never heard the band and have never been to the homecoming game. Unless you get involved, you will never experience anything LP has to offer. The administration and teachers are as involved in your/your child's education as you want them to be. LP is an outstanding school, if you want it to be. GO Lions!

- submitted by a student
April 30, 2014
I am a Freshman at Lincoln Park High School. This school is one of the worst schools around. It's so bad that I would rather go to Schurz High School which is one of the worst high schools in CPS. At LP the security guards are terrible. The teachers are not that good. The students are horrible and don't care about anything. I have only been there for a year and I dread the next 3 years.

- submitted by a student
April 15, 2014
I'm currently a junior at LPHS. After reading some of these reviews,i've seen alot of negative feed back. Lincoln park is an excellent school for kids who want to find their true selves because Lincoln Park opens up their eyes in a way they've never did before. Before I came Lp I had no idea that I was talented,important,or smart. i've lived on the far south side for my whole life and only knew what I saw and was told,I never wanted to learn more. I was bullied from pre-k through 8th grade because i'm black with naturally red hair and I was diferent ,which made me hate my hair and myself.When I came to Lincoln Park, the kids embraced my hair and my character and made me feel like I mattered. I was never smart,so my grades, were low and no high school would accept me;but LPHS was the only one that did,out of 12 schools. Lphs gave me a chance at a better education and I'm so grateful. Now some of the staff are rude and ignorant,but so are 50% of Americans now of days. I hate my counselor because she's not good but the rest our border-line perfect.If you want your kid to be ready for the real world then send them Lphs because it's a really good school

- submitted by a student
April 04, 2014
This school is a great school with lots of talented students and lots of potential. But the school and staff are not.focused of the students learning. Lincoln Park is more focused on discipline and not the students education. They're to busy trying to keep up with other schools by buying flat screen televisions for the lunchroom, but we dont have enough books, most are torn into bits, or not enough for a class. We also have insects and mice infested in the school. I think Lincoln park can do so much better than what they are doing.

- submitted by a community member
February 24, 2014
The freshman counselor is great about sending emails and reminders for everything its wonderful. All the teachers I have dealt with are caring and concerned and get back to me right away. I'm hoping this continues after Freshman year!

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2014
Good School. Sends regular communication to parents. They do not prefer to respond to Parent queries. Some of my emails have remained unanswered for 3 months now.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2013
I believed th hype and sent my kid here, since coming here, he has been bullied, very hard to get a appointment to speak with a teacher and when graduated he only got a 18 on the ACT. Don't let this staff fool you, they dont care about students with IEPs or students who are the top students. Not all kids from this school go on to top universities. Many students go on to community colleges or state universities. L.P also have gangs, unruly ghetto kids, and fughts, this school is usually kids second choice , when they cant get into a selective enrollment high school or cant afford a private h.s. This school isnt on the level of Payton, W.Y., lane or Jones. L.P is like a poser, a joke...dont believe the hype about this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2013
I like Lincoln Park High School as its faculty are always willing to help...they post with the students and the parents and keep everyone in touch with what is going on. Their phone calls to keep parents informed of weather, school activities, etc. are great.

- submitted by a community member
August 22, 2013
Lincoln Park High School has made huge improvements since my daughter started her freshman year. She is now a senior. 1- New principal ..teacher and student approved! 2- #2 in the state for their music program 4 years in a row! 3 - Wall to Wall IB program starting this year 2013. Overall teacher quality is likely to improve. 4 - Parent involvement / fundraisers to help with school improvement. I have noticed bathroom renovation, auditorium renovation, outdoor campus improvements, unfortunately air conditioning fundraiser 2012/13 had to be used for budget shortfalls. 5 - This school will continue to improve year by year!

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2013
I attended this school for one year, and I have to say that it is probably one of the worst schools in the city of chicago, regardless of what the statistics say. All classes except for the IB program are not at all rigorous (I was in the Double Honors program) and it was extremely easy. I faced a greater challenge with my work in middle school. Regular classes are a complete joke. Even if you are in the IB program, you still have to deal with the regulars and honors students in the hallways, gym classes and lunch. Teachers are totally underqualified ( I had maybe 1 good teacher), staff is extremely rude, they care more about security then your actual education. The school is extremely dirty, I have never seen a janitor there once in the whole year. I have seen dirt and garbage remain on the floor of some of my classroom for up to a week. Sport s teams are horrible, there is absolutely no school spirit, and i would say that more than half of the students dont care about their future and bring students who do down. Office is so disorganized as well. If you are considering going to this school, I would strongly reccomend you find another choice. Hands down, worst school ever.

- submitted by a student
April 26, 2013
I have a freshman in Performing Arts. He has had a great year and great teachers. He is getting A's and B's and is not being bullied. Being smart and studying hold prestige instead of shame. I am nervous about the wall to wall IB, bue we will give it a try and see how it goes.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2013
Apply to this school, ONLY if you want to study in IB. As a student who' completed all 4 years of IB, I can say that this was the most useful learning experience of my life -- made college a piece of cake. Honestly, a lot of knowledge I've acquired in IB was more useful and insightful than in college. Although teachers vary in their skills, overall majority of them were great to excellent. I would never send my kid to LP to be in regular or even honors classes. From my years at LP, it seemed like a lot of troubled kids, were in those classes, and I personally was threatened to be stabbed for no apparent reason. IB program really is segregated, but that's what I liked about it - that there was no need to interact with delinquent students who often came from ghetto projects and had entirely different mentality. The coursework is challenging but doable and it's not as bad as some people make it out to be. You don't have to give up on social life. Quite frankly, I procrastinated a lot and did everything last minute and I graduated with good grades. If you take regular classes you'll have a more difficult time in college. IB enables you to have easier life after high school.

- submitted by a community member
March 18, 2013
I graduated in 93 and my sister graduated in 97...we LOVED this school, the theater program and honors classes. It is an inner city school that faces the challenges specific to the city itself, but has always sought diversity and teachers that care.

- submitted by a community member
November 27, 2012
Honestly as a student i have to agree that a lot of people are very poorly behaved, but to act as if the issues reported to the dean or teachers are ignored is bogus. Teachers have control but do take a lot of time out of their day telling kids to knock it off. it is easy to find friends at Lp so don't try and say you have a kid who has a tough time, he probably is too busy complaining about that instead of actually talking to people. LP is a great school and you can be broke or rich, you still make friends. Send your kid here this school is really great.

- submitted by a student
October 26, 2012
This is a fantastic well-rounded school with many academic options. The IB program is top notch.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2012
In reference to most recent review posted on August 4, 2012, thank you for that feedback. I have officially chosen LP as the school of choice for my son who will be starting next month. I'm the parent who posted a review on March 22, 2012 when I was close to making a decision. I agree with you in regards to what can be controlled by the student and what cannot and it seems that most of what you mentioned can be determined on the student and how they approach things and not rely or blame others for their successes. Plus as a parent I'll be VERY involved and they will know who I am in that school because I will be proactive in school visits with teachers, counselors and whomever else is involved in teachings of my son. I'm not saying that other parents weren't I'm just stating what I will be doing and I'll be the judge as to how the school really is in my eyes. If there's something I do not like I will address and make sure something is done otherwise I will report it to higher up who ever that may be if necessary. Again thank you for your feedback, I appreciate it, it has helped contribute to my decision tremendously. Because I've heard great things from others as well.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2012
Look at what you're up against. To all the people complaining about how there is no spirit, no personal attention, etc, this is a school of 2100+ kids. There are 7 or 8 counselors dealing with them, how can they give individual attention to each one? LP brings kids into the real world. We have such a diverse student body (in many ways, socially, economically, academically). Of course the school is segregated, it's similar to college. You don't know everyone, and you probably never will. You stick with your group of friends and your teachers will give you all the attention you need. What's great about this school is that it's like a mother bird pushing you out of the nest, you learn to fly by making your own decisions, and they supply you with whatever you need. If you don't like the clubs, start a new one! It's high school, you're a big kid now, you need to grow up and face the real world. Don't associate with the bad people, learn to take care of yourself, and only blame your failures on yourself. LP has taught me so much more than what my IB classes have taught me, it has taught me about life and it's vast-ness. It's a breath of fresh air, even if it gets crazy some days. Lions!

- submitted by a student
July 21, 2012
I'm a current student here and to be honest this school isn't as great as I thought. I'm in the double honors program and it isn't actually rigorous at all. The regulars classes here are a joke. Many of the teachers seem to be under qualified and I only feel I had about 2 or 3 really good teachers. The only "cool" students here are the ones that do drugs or have a lot of money. There's almost no school spirit. The school administration seems disorganized. There's not a lot of extra-curricular activities and most clubs don't really do much to get involved/recognition from the school. The only thing I really like about the school is the location; that's it. I'm considering about transferring to be quite honest.

- submitted by a student
June 27, 2012
Part 3 of 3 I endured all four years of program, lonely and sad and felt like a failure the whole time. I still shed a few tears while writing this. I wonder how many students that graduated actually felt glad about the program. So, if your child is applying or get accepted. Prepare you kids of what he or she will face. (Unless your kids look like they are going to ivy-league at 3rd grade, by all means, go to IB and get challenged and be the star!) Oh and school spirit! I almost forgot about addressing that, because there were none. Think about it, there are four programs, with double honors, honors and regular like a 2nd class, 3rd class and 4th class. They were pretty much segregated, how can there be school spirit.

- submitted by a student
February 02, 2012
My brother is a freshman here and I have watched him go from a happy teenager to a miserable one. Ive been to this school a few times and the staff is extremely rude. No one seems to care about the kids. Ive made calls to his counselor and she has never bothered to get in touch with me. My brother hates the atmosphere here and it seems like it's just not a very welcoming place. We are all very upset that we sent him to this school but fortunately, we are working on transferring him over before things get worse. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone. Many other people that went to this school either transferred or just hated it. Don't the scores and reviews fool you. This school isn't worth anyone's time.

- submitted by a community member
November 10, 2011
I have difficulty getting anyone to pick up the phone at any department in the school. My daughter's counselor does not answer her phone and returns messages days later. By the time she called me the issue had been resolved and she argued with me about why I emailed my daughters teachers telling me that was not necessary. I found the whole conversation bizzare and wonder how she even keeps a job there. I drove to LPHS immediately after that conversation to talk with Mr. Boras about it. Things got worse...he sat there and did not stand to greet me or attempt to shake my hand. I shook his hand and introduced myself. I went on to expalin a pretty serious situation happening with my daughter at the school while he stared out the door, which he did not have the manners to close. I finally stopped and asked if someone was standing outside the door and did he need to go talk to them. He said "No, I am just watching the people walk by." I wish I was kidding but that's what he said. Then, he continued to stare out the door and space out while I tried to have a conversation.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2011
I'm a sophomore here at Lincoln park so I'll b graduating in 2014. I can say that I have learned alot. From booksmarts to street smarts. My grade school had a graduating class of 24 when I was in 8th grade so attending a big is school is really interesting because it's new to me. I've met soo many different people. I've seen soo much in and outside this school that I never thought I'd see. but every experience here so far has been a learning experience. I've learned what to say in certain situations, what to do, what not to do, and just how to make it in general. I've also learned a whole lot academically as well. When I was accepted into this school I was accepted into the ib program but I chose to do double honors instead because I didn't want to work to my full potential. But my teachers know my capability and they always try to get the best from me. I had an amazing set of teachers freshman year and I like alot of my teachers this year too. Along with that we have a wonderful principal. He isn't one of those principals that you never see instead Its crazy that I see him quite often in a school of 2200 kids. I have had a great experience here so far and I can't wait to.....

- submitted by a student
May 07, 2011
Unlike most magnet schools, LPHS has multiple programs, (International Baccalaureate, Double Honors, Honors, and regular), so the educational experience can be tailored to suite the need of individual students. As an example, my son found the IB program too rigorous and transferred into Double Honors for his junior year. Further, there is a separate freshman building so students can transition into high school without a lot of the anxiety that goes along with being the 'low man on the totem pole'. The teachers are engaging and responsive, as is the new principal, which has led to more parent involvement and increased school spirit. You would do you child a disservice by overlooking LPHS in your high school search.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2011
Some mere facts for the IB program, the implementation of the program in this school defeats its purpose. The students have to complete busy work in all courses that allows no time to think and develop. Many blogs and websites exist with answers to recirculated homework. 130 students are accepted in LP IB annually, less than 80 graduate, 30 of them drop from the program the first year (only those with ISATS > 90% percentile are can apply, out of more than 2000 applicants choose 130 are selected) 85% of the 80 who graduate complete their IB diploma. This is merely 68 out of 130 capable students and this is around 50% success. Each student is required to take the 6 IB and around 5 AP courses. The teachers are not up to PAR with the students, recently the program lost its best Math teacher, while the only option for a student to take Physics is to take double Science in sophomore year. The program doesn't provide IB Physics class. To the question if my daughter could take a drama class as elective the coordinator answered with pride that Students in our program are not interested in drama This is a 4 year bootcamp. The number of kids who annually go to IVY schools is not published

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- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2009
In hind site having two students in LPHS was wonderful. They chose this school for the theatre program and the reputation. After attending Cornell on scholarship as theatre majors they both realize what a great experience they had. After the independent training and rigorous expectations they were well prepared for college life. Our children have reached back to visit and continue relationships with teachers and peers thoughout college. They walk proud when they say they are a student from Lincoln Park high. The school is well regarded in acedemic circles. Our first graduated Cornell in '07' and our second is set for '10'. We are pleased with LPHS.. Well rounded grads are all you can ask for and we recieved this here. Were there bumps here and there? 'Yes', as in all schools, its rare that schools measure thier failures.We spoke up and were heard. Since '03' we remain happy.

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November 18, 2009
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no rating August 01, 2009
My daughter is in the double honors program. I am sorry I let her stay at LPHS. If you are ever in the halls, there is no respect, the kids sound like they are on the street, swearing and yelling in the halls. I spoke with the counselor and was told they have too many students and the student should seek them out if they need help. I am am very sorry I sent her to this school.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2009
My son waas accepted into the IB program, and he's learned so much. It's performing arts and IB program rank top in State. It's IB program is best in state and top in the U.S.A. It's an amazing program and we couldn't turn it down. It's very diverse and it's located in one of the best neighborhoods in Chicago(Lincoln Park). The students are academically challenged. Students are pushed to do their best. They are accaepted into Ivy League schools. It was also listed inthe Top 100 high schools in the U.S. Only two schools from Illinois were listed their, Northside College Prep and Lincoln Park. It's IB program really caries the school. If it was only IB, it would be listed alot higher but the school gives opportunites to all the students.

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May 31, 2009
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May 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2009
Very pleased at first when my daughter was accepted to the double-honors/Fine Arts program at LPHS. Her freshman year, she was struck by the lack of community/caring; this past fall we pulled her from LPHS. Her grades were good, she had friends, but the school is not a nurturing academic environment for the vast majority of the 2400 students. I fell prey to the Newsweek Report that put LPHS in th top 100 high schools. While I cannot dispute the test scores, I have to wonder how much is extracted from and exacted on the kids to make those scores. With the exception of a very small percentage - not a lot of school spirit; not a lot of enthusiasm from the students not directly involved in a sport, production, or IB. If you/your child is looking for a good overall highschool experience and not just test scores, look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2009
Student here for two years so far and the biggest problems so far are the lack of understanding and communication between students and administrators, punishments that are disproportionate to the crime, a principal that is rarely seen by students, and very low funding. Half of the bathrooms close after 8th period, the price of IDs and temporary IDs doubled since last year, the business office has closed during the school year, and class fees are for things like printer paper. Discipline is horrible. Since when has it been sensible to end off campus lunch for an entire grade because some abused the privilege? Since when starting a new policy of 'no ID= automatic detention' without telling the students and still expect few to no tardies, which can severely affect grades, make any sense? Why is it that the known pothead gets in less trouble than someone that copies homework?

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December 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2008
I live closer to the northwest side of chicago and live quite a ways away, but I really enjoy the education I'm getting, I like most of the people that go to my school.

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October 29, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 03, 2008
As the parent of a child enrolled in this schools IB program, I can honestly say that I made a very poor decision in sending my child to this school for her education. Unfortunately, I based my decision on test scores and reviews, rather than what I saw and felt whilst visiting the campus.

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August 27, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2008
I came from a school in Missouri my sophomore year to go to lincoln park, to be honest with you i was in the honors program and within that program I really didnt learn anything extra. yes if you notice almost all the other people on this site have given it 4 stars but all of them are in the IB program, in the regular classes some of the teachers did not even seem to care anymore or be able to get control of the class this school really is geared towards their IB, double honors, and advanced placement students, i think they need to put a little more attention on the kids who need more help, in my opinion if this is one of the better schools i would hate to see some of the bad ones, we were subjected to students drinking on campus smoking etc.

- submitted by a student
February 29, 2008
I am in the IB program at Lincoln Park. Students of diverse cultures get along excellently here, and there are many clubs and activities to get involved in for everyone. Sure, we get a heck of a lot of homework, but that shows we can indulge in a brighter future. :]

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February 28, 2008
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February 06, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating January 30, 2008
Lincoln Park H S is basically a good school in comparison to some of the other CPS high schools. The emphasis is placed on the needs and performance of the IB, Honors,Double Honors, and the Performaing Arts students. The general population and special ed programs are lacking in academic supports. It's quite sickening to observe how the school is praised when it comes to the academic opportunities provided to the higher performing students. Students who came into the school with high grades, test scores and GPA's to begin with. A really great school knows how to work with ALL students and can take pride in the academic progression and development of ALL of it's students and not just boast about it's high performers. Take heed!

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December 23, 2007
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September 08, 2007
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- submitted by a student
no rating August 16, 2007
lincoln park treates african american students well andhas a special programs that honors them and gives them the help in academices that they need .

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April 20, 2007
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April 01, 2007
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- submitted by a student
May 13, 2006
Lincoln Park offers several programs, including IB, Double Honers, & (single) Honers. The IB program produces top students with Ivy league aspirations. Double Honers provides advanced placement opportunities and compares to better High Schools statewide. Honers provides suburban quality education. The school has its problemsSports programs depends on volunteers, however the school produces champion ship teams. The IB program is as good as any program, statewide. The Double Honors is a reasonable alternative to the parents who want to avoid the suburban and Catholic High Schools in the City.

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2006
Lincoln Park High School treats it African American students poorly. They put them down and encourage them to take the easy way out. If parents don't stay close to the academic life of the student, Lincoln Park is sure to help the black studnet to never meet their full potential.

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February 25, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2005
This is a very good school academically, seeing as their IB program is very high rated. However, the technology leval of this school is at a bare minimum. This school could use a bit of remodeling and fixing up. ALso, the professional leval some of the staff, such as security guards, is very low.

- submitted by a student
October 15, 2005
I went to this school for 4 years, and it was an excellent school. I was in the IB program so it was a lot of work and was rigorous but it was worth it. i would recommend it to anyone.

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October 10, 2005
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September 24, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2004
My son just graduated from Lincoln Park a performing Arts major and it's nice to see a school that balanced education with performing arts. My son received many scholarships for many good colleges and he has decided to go to University Of Chicago to study Theater, and communications and business on the side. Lincoln Park is a wonderful school with dedicated staff and a diverse learning enviorment suitable for all teens. The facility is nice and has a laid back feeling and students are excited about learning and having fun. I highly reccomend LP to everyone because it offers a quality eduation for all.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2004
I attended and graduated from Lincoln Park. I was in the international baccalaureate program, and although it was a lot of work, it prepared me for higher education. The school itself is very diverse and offers a lot of different programs. Highly recommended!

- submitted by a former student
May 20, 2004
The school is basically a great school but the teachers tend to be racist to minority students. The administrators don't believe in really helping students on a sound college track.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2003
I was in the International Baccalauriate program at Lincoln Park. The accademics are better than most private schools, but the homework load is outrageous. Also, parents are rarely kept up to speed with what's going on.

- submitted by a former student
August 19, 2003
I am attending Lincoln Park High School and it! The diversity is out of this world and we have a great atomsphere, we get off-campus lunch and we have a wide variety of activities and programs. Anyone would love Lincoln Park!

- submitted by a community member
August 19, 2003
I am a graduate of the 2003 class. My time at LP was great. It is a laid back atmosphere, but also provides a quality education. The key is to not abuse the freedom and to embrace the chances that LP gives you.

- submitted by a former student
August 11, 2003
I am a former student of Lincoln Park High School, and I would highly reccommend the school to anyone. It has a very laid back atmosphere, and it is like a little home away from home. The safety at the school is great, never had any problems there, and nobody could ask for better teachers. I wish I could go back to Lincoln Park again.

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August 11, 2003
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Lincoln Park High School
2001 North Orchard Street, Chicago, IL  60614
(773) 534-8130
Last modified Lincoln Park High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lincoln Park High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 69 reviews. Top