Academic Support options in a variety of subject areas will be listed after the school year starts.
Activities / Clubs / Groups:
Below are the activities/clubs/groups that were held in the 2016-2017 school year. Many of the activities/clubs/groups are driven by student interest and are subject to change. Additional information, such as dates, times, and locations of activities/clubs/groups will be updated after the school year begins.
ASB (Associated Student Body/student council)
ABE'S Golden Acres
Work in the greenhouse and Lincoln farm space. Get community service hours, learn job skills, give back to the community, and meet new friends.
ABE'S Special Olympics of WA
Come and help out the program, or sign up to be an athlete. These are activities and events that are not affiliated with Tacoma Public Schools for special needs students.
Drama & Film Club
Make movies, produce and perform for the camera and on stage, meet professionals in the industry, and see movies every month downtown at The Grand Cinema
Lincoln International Travel
The purpose of the Travel Experience Club is to provide guidance and instruction for international trips. We go on international trips every two years. The club does not provide for the cost of the trip, except when members participate in fundraising activities.
Key Club is the world's largest student-led organization that helps our home, school, and community. Become involved in the LHS community and build your leadership skills.
Magic: The Gathering
Learn how to play the game, or, if you already know, come and compete with fellow students.
Major Taylor Bike Club
Learn how to ride bikes all over town, take care of a bike, and prepare for a long bike ride in the spring.
Outdoor Adventure Club
Have you ever wanted to get out of Tacoma and explore what Washington has to offer? Or maybe you want to go hiking, but never really had the chance? Maybe you've seen Mt Rainier in the distance and have always wanted to check it out. That is what we do. We travel. We explore. We show you what the world has to offer.
Bring your school spirit to games, events before games, and in-school activities.
An innovative, school-based learning program dedicated to building community and empowering women and girls. We cover a variety of topics, such as body image, self-esteem, hygiene, sisterhood, love, truth, and respect. there will also be guest speakers, a book club, field trips, and a Sisterhood retreat at Camp Seymour. More information: http://www.Ladies1stOrg.com
Social Justice Seminar Sessions
Interested in social justice and activism? Please join our social justice learning community. We will be meeting twice a month during seminar. Each session will explore a new topic based on student interest. This is a safe space to learn, ask questions, and share experiences. You must sign up to attend. If you are interested in participating in this learning community, please sign up in Ms. Niccoll's office (guidance office), Ms. Teague's room (200), or Ms. LeTourneau's room (218).
Youth Leading Change
This is a youth prevention club, where students create and implement prevention projects related to issues facing teens now, such as bullying, drugs, alcohol, suicide, and dating violence. You also earn community service hours, work with a local non-profit, work with teens from all Pierce County high schools, and much more.
College Success Foundation: Achievers Scholars: Robert Jones, College Prep Advisor | 253-571-6609
Department of Education, Office of Post Secondary Education Federal TRIO Programs:
> MDC (Making a Difference in Community) - TRIO (Educational Talent Search): Mikaela Mattes | 253-571-6657
> MDC (Making a Difference in Community) - College (Upward) Bound: T'wina Franklin | 253-571-6613
> College (Upward) Bound (The Evergreen State College affiliated): Gabriel Emeka | 253-571-566
Tacoma Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, relition, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator: Lisa Nolan, 253-571-1252, email@example.com; Title IX Coordinator: Jennifer Kubista, 253-571-1123, firstname.lastname@example.org; and 504 Coordinator: John Page, 253-571-1420, email@example.com. Address: P.O. Box 1357, Tacoma, WA 98401-1357.
The full text of the non-discrimination statement and contacts can be found on the District website.