Getting involved outside of the classroom can not only improve students' high school experience, it can prepare them for the future! Explore ways to get involved, such as sports, clubs on campus, AVID, or our leadership program!
Lincoln High School works to shape students into safe, respectful, and responsible learners who participate in communities. While certainly contributing to the enjoyment our students experience, our campus activities like dances, sports events, and school rallies also allow students to support each other and our teams. These activities build the unity of the Zebra family and provide opportunities to connect with the local community. LHS welcomes about 5,000 alumni, current students, and people from all over Placer County to our homecoming games and graduation ceremony each year, testifying to our school’s legacy of unity. The Lincoln community also gathers together to create our Sober Grad Party, a significant send-off event for each graduating class.
In addition to school-wide activities, the many clubs on the LHS campus further enrich students’ high school experience. By participating in clubs, students can enter a smaller community of peers who share their interests and affiliations, enjoying unique connections and making life-long friendships. With over 20 clubs, any student can find a place to belong. But if the perfect club does not yet exist, LHS always has room for more! Any student can approach our Activities Director to learn how to connect with a supervising teacher and form a new club.