The Academic Advantage

Lincoln Lutheran provides a comprehensive and challenging college preparatory curriculum for students in grades 6-12 through distinct middle-school and high-school programs.  The Lincoln Lutheran Academic Advantage includes:

  • Accreditation through the Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) and National Lutheran Schools Accreditation (NLSA)
  • Curriculum standards meet or exceed state and national levels
  • Teachers who are certified by the Nebraska Department of Education in the areas they teach
  • Educators that integrate their Christian faith and values in all areas of the curriculum
  • Religion classes each semester
  • Required service hours during each high school year
  • The opportunity to earn almost 30 hours of college credit while taking classes at Lincoln Lutheran
  • Small class sizes enabling more one-on-one student/teacher interaction
  • Three computer labs and technology integration in classroom teaching
  • Computer projectors in every room

American College Testing

Lincoln Lutheran scores significantly higher on the ACT than national, state, and local averages.  Virtually all of our students take the ACT, compared to "about two-thirds" of students in Lincoln Public Schools, yet the average ACT scores for our students are consistently the highest in Lincoln.  

"The type of education that a student receives at Lincoln Lutheran is best described in two ways: Academically Sound and Christ Centered".
--a parent

Graduate Information

  • 98% of our graduates matriculate at a two-year or four-year college or university
  • The five-year average GPA of our graduates is 3.20
  • The five-year average ACT score for our graduates is about 24, significantly above national, state, and local averages
  • Our graduates are awarded between $2 million and $3 million annually in financial aid
  • Our graduates attend institutions throughout the Midwest and the United States