Lincoln High School

Lincoln High School or variations such as Abraham Lincoln High School or Lincoln Park High School, may refer to:

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Lincoln High School (San Diego, California)
... Abraham Lincoln High School (also known as Lincoln High Educational Complex, Lincoln High School, or simply Lincoln), is an urban public high school in San ... It is part of the San Diego Unified School District ... It is located in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Southeast San Diego, part of the Encanto neighborhoods ...
Lincoln High School (Tallahassee, Florida) - History
... Lincoln High School was established in 1975 following closure of the Old Lincoln High School in 1970 and relocation from its former location downtown to its current site ... Doug Frick was the first principal at Lincoln High School and served in that position until 1989 ... Godby High School ...
Lincoln High School (West Virginia)
... Lincoln High School is comprehensive four-year public high school located in Shinnston, West Virginia, in Harrison County that operates as part of the Harrison County School District ... Lincoln High School derived its name from the first public school located in Harrison County in the vicinity of the nearby community of Gypsy ... A new addition was added which was completed for the school year of 94-95 ...
People From Southeast San Diego - Athletes
... Eric Allen, football, (Southcrest, O'Farrell Junior High School) Marcus Allen, football, 1981 Heisman Trophy winner (Lincoln High School) Tommy Bennett, football (Morse ... Morse High School) Dominic McGuire, basketball (Lincoln High School) Mark McLemore, baseball (Morse High School) Keith Mitchell, baseball (Lincoln High School) Seattle Mariners, cousin of Kevin Mitchell Kevin ...
Lincoln High School - United States - Wisconsin
... Lincoln High School (Manitowoc, Wisconsin) Lincoln High School (Milwaukee). ...

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