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|Lincoln High School|
6844 Alexandria Place
Stockton, California 95207
|Motto||"Amity and Peace from Knowledge"|
|School district||Lincoln Unified School District|
|Student to teacher ratio||23.45|
Lincoln High School, founded in 1954, is the Lincoln Unified School District's only comprehensive high school. The school serves approximately 3,000 students from ethnically and socio-economically diverse populations.
- Alex G. Spanos Stadium
- In 2008, Lincoln High completed construction of a one-story gym.
- Ruhl Family Clubhouse
Each student is required to take some basics courses including but not limited to the following:
- 4 years of English
- 2 years of Mathematics
- 2 years of Physical Education
- 2 years of Science (one life science course and one physical science course)
- 4 years of Social Science (including World Geography/Health, World History, US History, and American Government/Economics)
- 1 year of Career/Technical Education, Visual/Performing Art, or World Language
and 8 additional elective courses.
Most academic courses are college prep, honors, or Advanced Placement (AP). AP courses offered include: English Language & Composition, English Literature & Composition, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Human Geography, World History, US History, United States Government & Politics, Spanish Language & Culture Studio Art, Music Theory, Computer Science A, and Computer Science Principles.
UC/CSU-approved Honors Courses include: Introduction to Analysis, Spanish 3, Chemistry, Physics, and Wind Ensemble.
Lincoln High School began on the campus of the College of the Pacific in 1954 and then moved in 1958 to 1956 Stanton Way under then superintendent Mable Barron. In 1964 the current campus at 6844 Alexandria Place was completed and has been home to the school ever since.
The school has over 50 organizations, teams and clubs. These clubs have focuses on academics, culture, recreational, and student interest.
Visual and Performing Arts
Lincoln High School has a Visual & Performing Arts Department. Students with interests in the arts are offered courses in music (band, choir, orchestra, piano, guitar, electronic music and music theory), performing arts (acting, stagecraft, production, oral interpretation, and speech and debate) and visual arts (traditional and computer art, photography and ceramics).
The student body newspaper, The Lincolnian, is both printed and published online monthly by the Newspaper Production class.
- Ricky Barnes, 1999, professional golfer (United States Amateur Champion 2002) 
- Mike Bruner, 1974, Olympic gold medal swimmer 
- David Callaway, 1973, physicist and mountaineer
- Shante Carver, 1989, National Football League player (Dallas Cowboys) 
- Francis Chan, Christian minister and author
- Brandin Cooks Wide receiver for the Houston Texans
- Justin Davis, 2013, professional football player (Los Angeles Rams) 
- Ed Fisher, 1969, National Football League Player (Houston Oilers) 
- Kurt Fuller, 1971, actor
- Mark Gantt, 1986, actor and producer
- Dirk Hamilton, 1967, folk musician
- Bob Heinz, 1964, National Football League player (Miami Dolphins) 
- Dean Kremer, 2013, Israeli-American baseball pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)
- Tommy McClendon, 1972, lead guitarist of rock band UFO from 1984-1988
- Mike Macfarlane, 1982, Major League Baseball player (Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox & Oakland Athletics) 
- Adam Melhuse, 1990, Major League Baseball player (Colorado Rockies, Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs)-GM Chicago Cubs Organization
- Louis Rankin, 2003, professional football player (Oakland Raiders & Seattle Seahawks) 
- Joan Rubinger, 1995, sports medicine specialist 
- Bill Sandeman, 1961, National Football League player (Atlanta Falcons) 
- Dean Spanos, 1968, President/CEO of the San Diego Chargers 
- Roderick Townsend-Roberts, 2010, paralympic professional track and field athlete, 2015 United States National Team, 3 Time USA Champion
- Thomas Spadafore, National Football League player
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