The LHS Class Reunion Schedule

Here are the current Class Reunions that we have scheduled.  We will link additional information for each reunion as we are made aware.

September 16, 2022 from 6:00-11:00 pm. Class of 1985 turn 55 Reunion. The reunion will be held at Plum Ridge Acreage (1300 Plum Ridge Rd, Lincoln, NE 68527. The reunion will be outdoors. Munchies will be provided, but please bring your own beverages. Also, feel free to bring picnic dinners for your immediate groups. We recommend you bring lawn chairs or blankets and don’t forget the bug spray. Significant others/plus ones are invited as well. Please invite other LHS ’85 classmates that we may have missed or who are not on Facebook. A $5 per person donation at the event will be appreciated. The rain date is September 17 (same time and place).

*If you don’t see your class reunion listed on the schedule, please contact The Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools at 436-1612.

An additional resource you might want to access is the Lincoln High School Alumni Website. And if you are interested in other Lincoln Public School reunions, you will find a complete listing on the LPS Foundations Website.

Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools

Log on to The Foundation For Lincoln Public Schools for more alumni information. The Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools provides new and expanded opportunities for Lincoln students, recognizes excellent teachers, staff and students, and builds strong, supportive relationships between the community and our schools. Since our founding in 1989, generous donors have provided more than $24 million to Lincoln students and schools through the Foundation. 

The Foundation is managed by a professional staff with the guidance of an active, involved Board of Directors and Board of Trustees. We work with donors who wish to establish or enhance programs through one-time gifts, annual pledges, lifetime gifts or legacy gifts. The Foundation received the 2006 Integrity Award from the Lincoln Better Business Bureau in recognition of our high standards of service and accountability. Our Fund-A-Need program and Community Learning Centers have both been recognized nationally as model programs.


Fund-A-Need is an innovative web-based program developed to help students and staff in the Lincoln Public Schools. The Fund-A-Need section of the Foundation’s website allows teachers to post creative educational ideas and needs online as a “proposal” for all to view. Donors can choose from the online list of proposals and make a gift to fund a classroom need.

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