Lincoln High School

Club selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts to raise money

By Patty McAlpin Lincoln News Messenger Reporter Lincoln High School’s California Scholarship Federation club is conducting an emergency fundraiser through Wednesday selling Kris ...

Zebras plan trip to Washington DC

The Smithsonian Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, Ford’s Theatre, the White House, Capitol Hill, the Holocaust Museum and so much more all in one trip? While some might say th ...

Help the Lincoln High Choir perform at Carnegie

Lincoln High School advanced choir students are raising money to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City next April. “Since the choir performed at Carnegie Hall two years ago, ...

Lincoln High School Principal’s message

Lincoln High School wants to thank the families of Travis Whalen, Jake Waterlyn and Aldo Aguilar for their generous contribution of $5,000 to "We are Lincoln--Building GREATNESS wi ...

Help the high school band get uniforms

Cement mason Ken Marlow worries a lot about the Lincoln High School band. He asked City Council last week to waive the $615 McBean Park Pavilion rental fee for the school band’s ...

Principal commends Family Night Out

The Family Night Out, this past Friday night was an outstanding kickoff to the school year, outstanding publicity for Lincoln High School athletics and extra curricular activities, ...

High school wants to offer character-building program

Lincoln High School Principal Jay Berns is hoping to bring a character-education program to the high school to help students interact better with one another and realize their drea ...

Nonprofits: "The Lucky O"Learys" fortunate for Lincoln High School

The Lincoln Hills Players have collaborated with the Lincoln High School Booster Club to bring a play to Lincoln High School and raise money for the school?s clubs and sports teams ...

Booster banner replaced via donation

From left, Lincoln High School Booster Club members Olin ?Oly? Pace, Vice President Deb Snook and President Marilyn Courage are excited to show off their new banner after the previ ...

Cummins and Radican retire from Lincoln High School

Teachers and students, as well as the Lincoln High School atmosphere, are two aspects of the school Ed Cummins and Sheila Radican will miss. That?s because Cummins, 61, and Radic ...