The enrollment of Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School has grown from approximately 110 students in 1995, to over 330 students for the 2016-2017 school year in grades 6-12. Lincoln Lutheran serves non-Lutheran students as well as Lutheran, with over 30 non-Lutheran students enrolled this year.
Research indicates small schools often differentiate from their larger school counterparts by: providing more personal attention to students, experiencing higher graduation rates and facilitating a higher level of participation by students in a variety of activities. Lincoln Lutheran’s small school environment, founded in Christian values, has been credited for the growth of the school’s enrollment.
Lincoln Lutheran provides a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. We graduate academically strong students as evidenced by seniors consistently scoring above the State and National averages on the ACT. On average, 98% of our students take this important test. Lincoln Lutheran consistently experiences over 90% of our graduates continuing their education at a post-secondary institution.
As part of our mission to prepare young people for college and life, Lincoln Lutheran offers excellent Fine Arts and activities programs. Our vocal and instrumental groups earn highest ratings at district and state music competitions. Athletic programs continue to show success. In our short history Lincoln Lutheran athletic teams have won several state and numerous district championships across the sports offered.
Lincoln Lutheran is becoming more racially diverse as well. During its years as a 6th – 12th grade secondary school, Lincoln Lutheran has provided Christ-centered, academically strong educational opportunities to students of Native American, African-American, Hispanic and Asian descent. Our graduating classes have included many students of these diverse cultural backgrounds, as well as a number of foreign exchange students.