The International Baccalaureate Program
Prepares students for a global society by developing inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better, more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect. To this end, the IB organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programs of international education and rigorous assessment to prepare students aged 16 to 19 for success at university and life beyond.
Provides academically gifted students with an opportunity to develop individual educational plans in academic areas, and/or in areas of high interest.
School-Community Intervention Program
A broadly-based school and community program to educate students and parents about drug use and abuse. The program involves identification, intervention, treatment and reintegration strategies.
A school-community program for pregnant students and young parents having three components: health, guidance and education focusing on knowledge and skills related to self-empowerment, pregnancy, parenting, healthy lifestyles and economic independence.
Interscholastic Athletic Programs
(F=fall, W=winter, S=spring, B=boys, G=girls)– Cross Country F/B&G, Football F/B, Tennis F/B & S/G, Golf F/G & S/B, Volleyball F/G, Softball F/G, Basketball W/B&G, Swimming W/B&G, Wrestling W/B, Baseball S/B, Track S/B&G, Soccer S/B&G.
City of Lincoln
Population: approximately 300,000; Home of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska Wesleyan, Union College, Southeast Community College and several private vocational-technical schools. Major employment includes government, banking, insurance, education, light industry. The city is considered very livable with an abundance of parks, bike trails and entertainment/recreational venues.
The Lincoln Public School District includes 39 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 6 high schools, one alternative school, a Career Academy School and two specialty focus high school programs. The district serves over 42,000 students, employs approximately 3,500 teachers and has a total of over 5,000 employees.
Lincoln High School
- Serves over 2400 students with a faculty of more than 175 and support staff of 63, grades 9-12.
- Approximately 18% of the population qualifies for Special Education Services; 64% qualify for the Free and Reduced lunch program and 13% qualify for ELL services.
- LHS’s school colors are Red and Black and the school mascot is the Links.
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Nebraska State Department of Education.
Students: Enrollment (9/6/19)
|Class of 2023||602|
|Class of 2022||602|
|Class of 2021||571|
|Class of 2020||641|
Students: Ethnic/Racial Background
|American Indian or Alaska Native||1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||<1%|
|Two or more||9%|
Determination of Class Rank
Class Rank Points will be used to determine class rank for all students. Students will receive class rank points for each course enrolled in, based on grade received. Weighted courses will receive additional points. Class rank points will be listed from highest to lowest with a rank assigned to each student. A student may not accumulate more than 280 credit hours for the purpose of calculating class rank. If a student has more than 280 credit hours, the courses with the lowest grades will be dropped.
Lincoln Public Schools District Wide Grading Scale
|LHS||% Equiv.||4.0 Scale all classes Equiv.|
Weighted Grades for Designated Classes
S=Satisfactory (credit earned); U=Unsatisfactory (Credit withheld). Grades of S and U are not included in GPA calculations. INC=Incomplete
IB and AP Exams
In May of 2019, 214 Lincoln High students took either an AP or an IB exam.
102 total students of which 43 sought the full Diploma. Of IB Diploma students, 79% earned the diploma with and average exam score of 4.71.
AP Exam Students
112 total students. Of the 138 AP exams administered, 69% of exams earned an exam grade of 3 or better.
Students are required to complete 245 credit hours. Lincoln High School is organized into a semester system including specific quarter classes with eight, fifty-minute periods per day. Students may earn 2.5 credits for successfully completing a quarter class and 5 credits for a semester class. Double period classes and compacted classes can earn 10 credits per semester.
|Required Area||Credits Required|
|CTE/Fine Arts||20 total, including 5 each from Fine Arts and CTE|
|Career Planning/Personal Finance||5 Credits|
|English, including Oral Communication||40 Credits|
|Human Behavior||5 Credits|
|Physical Education||10 Credits|
|Social Studies||30 Credits|
Post Secondary Plans: Class of 2019
|Number of Graduates||448|
|Community Colleges, Vocational or Technical Institutes, etc.||38%|