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Dear Parents, Students, and HS Community,
As I begin my fifth year as High School Principal for the 2022-2023 academic year, it is my pleasure to welcome returning and new students for another great year at LIA. We are very excited to be living in more normal times after COVID. It makes such a big difference to see smiles, expressions, and laughter without these being hidden behind masks.
We have a lot to look forward to and let’s not forget that…
It takes all of us, working together, to help our students meet and exceed our expectations.
High School Principal
Explore why our HS is the best option for your child's future
Choosing the right school is key for success in and out of the classroom. The most important quality a school and its educators can have is the understanding that great minds and great leaders are fostered not only through a rigorous curriculum that covers every possible requirement to attend any college in the world but also through programs that build leadership, social, service skills, such as STUCO (Student Council), Honor Societies, Service Learning Clubs, LIA Houses among many others. At Lincoln, we not only believe in this but also live it daily through everything we do. Every student that comes to LIA and more importantly, graduates from LIA will take with them all the skills needed to achieve the goals they set for themselves.
We offer 17 Advanced Placement Courses for College Credits
Sports provide important life skills like leadership and dedication, helping students form deeper friendships and gain discipline and confidence.
We provide an approach to learning that uses Science, Religion, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.
We offer a variety of electives that include both AP and regular. They give students the opportunity to take classes that foster specific interests outside of our curriculum and help them build a stronger resume for college applications.
Belonging to the National Honor Society is a privilege. Students must have important pillars in Leadership, Scholarship, Service, and character in order to be considered for membership in NHS. We also have other Honor Societies for subject areas. These are NEHS (National English Honor Society), SNHS (Science National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta (National Math Honor Society).
Students & HS staff are grouped into 4 Houses using diverse criteria to foster communication and peer learning. The four Houses are Lionhearts of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Griffins of St. Theresa of Avila, Wolves of St. Francis of Assisi, and Golden Cobras of St. Patrick.
Theology Department Team
Communication is key for our team and we are always available during school hours to answer questions to ensure your child feels safe, supported, and cared for. Do not hesitate to contact us.