LHS Clubs and Programs
Class of 2023
Ms. Emmy Baker and Mr. Dustin Maher
Class of 2024
Mr. Brian Sweet and Ms. Sara Smith
Class of 2025
Mr. Antonio Clifton and Ms. Jodie Hotchkiss
Class of 2026
Ms. Sarah DePriest and Ms. Melissa Crieger
- Lincoln High School Book Club meets on Mondays in Room 1331 from 2:15-3:15 PM. If you love books of all genres, come join us each week for an informal group discussion about various works of literature! Students will be expected to read the book chosen by the group and be able and willing to contribute to a discussion about the book. We will attempt to read one book per month. Students must have a permission slip signed by a parent or guardian to attend and must be a current LHS student. Transportation is not provided. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Sarah DePriest at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Computer Club meets on full-day Fridays in Room 1408 from 2:15-3:15 pm. Expectations: slip/permission slip must be signed by the student and parent/guardian, and the student must be a current LHS student. Transportation is not provided--the student must have a way home at 3:15 p.m. and should leave the building through the west side. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Gurganus at email@example.com or by phone at 734.484.7000 ext. 7655.
Black Student Union
- Black Student Union is a student-led organization that meets biweekly to discuss current events and social issues surrounding the various social identities that our students hold. Each meeting consists of an open dialogue surrounding specific topic or issue as chosen by our student leaders with input from other members.
- Students also have opportunities to attend trips to meet with other students from nearby schools to discuss these topics and build connections with the community at large, along with opportunities for outreach within our school community.
- Meetings are on Tuesdays after school from 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Lincoln Equestrian Team
- Riders compete in District 7 MIHA meets (open to 9th - 12th grade students)
- MIHA is well balanced with classes in showmanship, Saddle Seat, Hunt Seat, Western, Jumping, Trail, Speed events, and MORE!
- Meets are held in September
- Contact the Equestrian Team Sponsor, Ms. Mayville at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-484-7025.
- Key Club membership is open to any student who desires to become a leader in his/her school and community and wishes to provide service to others. There is a yearly dues requirement for participation. Visit www.keyclub.org for more information on Key Club International.
- Meetings are held on Mondays at 3 pm in room 717.
- Contact Mrs. Malboeuf for more information on Key Club at LHS. Email: email@example.com. Phone: 734.484.7000 ext. 7224.
- FIRST (For the Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Team 6538 The Linc-Bots are a competition robotics team at Lincoln High School. Students work with professionals in their area to build and compete with a huge robot in tasks identified by FIRST.
- Each team has 6 weeks to design, build and tests their robots before they head out to competitions around the world.
- FIRST Robotics Competition Team 6538 was founded in 2016 by Richard Roe, Math and Physics teacher at Lincoln Senior High School in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The team has primarily been mentored by local engineers, community members, and parents since its inception.
- The mission of the Linc-Bots is to provide a purpose for growth, learning, and camaraderie for the Lincoln Community, as well as the Eastern Washtenaw County area. We cooperate efficiently to have fun, learn new skills, inspire those around us, and adapt to new challenges. We achieve our goal by designing, engineering, and building a competitive robot through collaboration, cooperation, and consistency.
- For more information, please contact Mr. Roe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-484-7000 ext. 7656.
- Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Boomerang Project’s proven high school transition program trains mentors from the junior and senior classes to be Link Crew Leaders. As positive role models, Link Crew Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school, facilitating freshman success.
- Interested sophomores and juniors need to go through the application process in the spring of each year.
- For more information contact Ms. Jurk at email@example.com / 734-484-7000 ext. 7206 or Ms. Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org / 734-484-7000 ext. 7241.
- Students are eligible for an application in the spring of each school year.
- Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 to receive an application.
- Students will be selected by a group of anonymous staff called the Faculty Council.
- Students will need to demonstrate the four pillars (character, leadership, service, & scholarship) of NHS on their application plus 2 letters of recommendation.
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The goals of the Peer-to-Peer Depression Awareness Campaign are:
To educate high school students about depression and depressive illnesses
To support them in finding creative ways to convey this knowledge to their peers in order to reduce stigma, raise awareness, encourage help-seeking when needed, and ultimately, help to promote the early detection of depression, bipolar disorder, and related illnesses.
Students can fill out an application at the end of each year if they would like to join P2P for the following school year.
Sexuality and Gender Equality (SAGE)
SAGE (sexuality and gender equality) is a student group where we explore the LGBTQ+ community, its history, and its impact in the present world. Our goal is education, community building, and making positive changes within our school. It is open to all people. Please contact Ms. Criger (email@example.com) or Mx. Clemens (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
LHS Student Council is made up of two Student Council Representatives per grade, as well as four executive officers. The Student Council executive officers are President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, representing grades 9 - 12. In addition to the officers are Junior and Senior students.
To run for a Student Council officer position, a Lincoln High School student must have a 2.2 GPA or above, recommendations from a teacher and administrator, parent/guardian signature, and signatures from fellow students condoning their election to office.
The Student Council is in charge of planning spirit events, dances and service projects for the student body. Bi-weekly meetings are held on Fridays in room 1343 from 3:00-4:00 PM. Attendance is mandatory at all large events for officers.
- Contact Ms. Pathak for more information. Email: email@example.com. Phone: 734.484.7000 ext.7626.
Student Council 2022-2023
Student Council Officers
President: Melanie Macias
Vice President: Danica Crews
Secretary: Emily Moore
Treasurer: Saniya Traylor
Sergeant at Arms: Kyhla Walker and Caylee Parson