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Exceeding Expectations 

Lincoln is more than a school, it’s a family. Lincoln has won national recognition for academic excellence, quality teachers and innovative classrooms – but it’s the personal connections and supportive environment that set Lincoln apart.

Lincoln earned a state innovation designation by instituting a pilot project - Lincoln Center - that provided students with 450 extra instruction hours over the course of their high school career. Due to the proven success of Lincoln Center, all of Lincoln High School adopted the extended day, homework help and academic advising model beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. With the new "Lincoln 2.0" approach, the coursework is more challenging with many classes taught at the honors or Advanced Placement level. Lincoln also weaved in time for clubs, sports, extra-curricular programs and homework.

Teachers and students work together to set high standards, creating a culture of mutual respect, support and strength.

Awards and Recognition  
  • 2016 - Washington State Teacher of the Year, Nate Bowling
  • 2013/2014 -  Milken Educator Award, Nate Bowling
  • 2011- 2014 Named one of America’s Most Challenging High Schools
  • 2011 - Golden Apple Award for Lincoln Center
  • 2011 - Innovative School Designation from Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • 2010 - Washington Achievement Award from Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and Washington State Board of Education (most improved)
  • 2014 - Boys & Girls Club Washington State Youth of the Year, Tae McKenzie
  • 2015 - Narrows League Champions, Girls Tennis
  • 2015 - West Central District Champions, Girls Tennis
  • 2014 - Narrows League Champions, Football
  • 2014 - State Quarterfinalist, Football
  • 2014 - Narrows League Champions, Boys Basketball
  • 2014 - West Central District Champions, Boys Basketball
  • 2014 - Narrows League Champions, Boys Wrestling
  • 2014 - Narrows League Champions, Boys Track

We Are Lincoln

2015 Lincoln grads share their perspectives.


Middleschool_Transition.jpg “The vision of this school is to be consistently great. This is a place where you can fell accepted, this is a place where students know they can be a leader and somewhere that does feel like home.”  - Quinton Lee

Middleschool_Transition.jpg “I feels like it’s a second home. The staff are genuine and extremely committed to the students. That’s why it feels like a family at Lincoln.” ​- Tina Sok

Middleschool_Transition.jpg “My teachers were the most supportive people I’ve ever met, they will be​ there for you 110 percent”  ​-Chandler Hatch


Middleschool_Transition.jpg “I was a person who could have slipped through cracks, but I had family [teachers and the principal] here that helped me, that lent a hand to me. Without that connection I think I’d be lost.”  - Siga Fa’alevao


Lincoln is more than a school. It's a family..