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101 West Lamine St
Lincoln, MO 65338

(660) 547-3514
(660) 547-3729
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May 14, 2006
I graduated from this school in 2005. It is definitely a good school, not terrible. However, being in a small town, the administrators and some teachers actually have their own sons and daughters to look after, giving a slanted interest to policy and financial decisions (i.e. sports vs. academics.) There is very little choice of classes, and often, students find it hard to take the diversity of courses they would like to prepare for their lives. diversity is an issue, and many nonwhite, non Christian, or non heterosexual students find a hostile environment in Lincoln. Parent involvement is a big plus, but there is a prestige-related line in the student body drawn between those with involved parents and those with none. There are many great teachers in the school, though some areas that are sorely lacking. Unless you get to upper-level courses, science and math are sore spots in Lincoln.

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August 17, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
June 26, 2005
As a student at Lincoln, it is pretty much all right. One big problem is that there is no air conditioning, which can make learning a harder place. You have a lot more one-on-one with students and teachers, so you can learn more. But I think that we have a deffinate clique problem. You have your 'preps' 'jocks' 'neards' 'freakers/goth' 'church-goers' 'druggies' ... I dont think I need to say any more. Plus a lot of failing and drop-outs are always being made. But other than these few problems i really like Lincoln.

- submitted by a student
August 25, 2004
As a student, I feel that Lincoln resides at a decient middle level, you know as far as most schools go. Now it being a small school, and that everyone knows each other, there comes some compatibility issues between students and teachers. But in general that usually works out to the advantage of the student, and I hear parents tean to like haveing teachers know what their names are.

- submitted by a student
August 12, 2004
As a student in this school, I can say that for one-on-one instruction, Lincoln has no equal. Lincoln also shines in the area of making students feel that they belong. However, there are few classes to choose from and a decidedly non-diverse student population.

- submitted by a student
June 23, 2004
I think this is a great school. It has a wonderful sense of community. The teacher are friendly and know what they are doing.

- submitted by a student
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Lincoln High School
101 West Lamine St, Lincoln, MO  65338
(660) 547-3514
Last modified Lincoln High School is a Public school that serves grades 7-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lincoln High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews. Top