On August 25, 2011, the Superintendent was notified that Lincoln High School had been identified by the State of Michigan as a Persistently Low Achieving (PLA) school. Placement on this list requires that we develop and implement a school improvement plan to address areas of concern. We are enthusiastic about this challenge, and optimistic . . .
What can our data tell us?
What can our data tell us? This presentation from last November will help you understand what is going on at the high school. To access the presentation, click here .
How do we face the challenges of teaching and learning math?
Take a look at this presentation to learn how Lincoln High School enriches math content. Click here to view the presentation.
Higher ed's expensive 'bridge to nowhere' costs taxpayers $100 million a year
By Ron French | Bridge Magazine More than a third of incoming college students in Michigan take high school-level classes on campus -- essentially repeating material they should have learned before they got their diplomas. Those . . .
See how your local schools do on college remediation. By Ron French/Bridge Magazine In more than 100 school districts across the state, more than half the graduates enrolling in public colleges take remedial courses – . . .
What percentage of Michigan high school seniors are ready for college?
Who's ready for college? Who's scoring? By Ron French/Bridge Magazine What percentage of Michigan high school seniors are ready for college? 17 percent 39 percent 61 percent 74 percent The . . .
Find out what is going on with the PLA plan!
PLA Plan Updates What's been going on? What happens next? Find out all of the finer details of the PLA plan by clicking the links below. PLA Schools Webinar - What is PLA? . . .
The Lincoln Highs School PLA (Persistently Low Achieving) Redesign Plan has been conditionally approved by MDE. If you are interested in viewing the official letter and the approval rubric, click on the links below. Letter to . . .
The Lincoln High School administration and staff are enthusiastic about the challenges ahead as we redesign ourselves under the state's PLA program, and optimistic about the opportunity we have been given to transform Lincoln High School into . . .