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Community Service
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Community Service Organizations

Student Clubs


Anime ClubAnna EdwardsMr. Daniel Resz
Black Student UnionChloe VarlackMs. Sharla Stephens
Chess ClubAtzin Galvan/Vera BoukhonineMr. Ken Pringle
Computer Science ClubAlex PenaMs. Nancy Reid
Cosmetology: Beauty BugsBrianna SalazarMs. Deana Thai
Environmental ClubKian MartinMs. Catherine Handschuh
French SocietyAnyela GonzalezMs. Anne Barbu
Friday Night LivePaulyne YouriMr. Ken Pringle
Four More YearsJustin JioMr. Pete Madden
Hope & HealingAnna OrtizMs. Artemisa Borja
InteractLiberty OrtizMs. Deana Thai
Key ClubFrank ZhouMr. Ken Pringle
Latinos UnidosAndrea Guera/Stefan VelasquezMs. Illiana Perez
League of LegendsRyan WeberMr. Alberto Alonso
LHDLeila MendezMs. Christine Scadina
MESA ClubLukas WilliamsMs. Samantha Frandsen
Music ClubLeo Da CostaMs. Loni Fuller
NAHS & FIDMGivanni FloresMs. Eileen Zamora & Ms. Sofia Arredondo
Project GardenNathania PreciadoMr. Ken Pringle
Queer Student UnionKenia CarreonMr. Danny George
Secret Mermaid ClubRachel Stagi/Janet HenriquesMs. Michelle Bennett
SLKCelia RiojasMr. Pete Madden
Young LifeCiera McCainMs. Kelly Phillips
Youth Led By ChristGabriel Richardson/Matthew TroxellMs. Simona Konnegan

Leadership News

Our Mission Statement

As a Leadership class, we are striving to create a more welcoming environment for all those who attend Lincoln High School. We recognize the differences that every single person at our school has, whether they be cultural, sexual, identification, or any others. We work hard together to create engaging activities for the entire student body as well as educating all who wish to be more engaged in our school and our community.

Our Overarching Quote:

“A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” -Laozi

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leadership events


Get to know your 2016-2017 ASB Officers

ASB CeciliaCecilia Madrigal-González is the ASB President at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her freshman year. She has had the roles of Freshman Class Commissioner, Sophomore Class Commissioner and ASB Secretary. Along with a group of Leadership students, she participated in the International High School of the Future Design Competition in 2014 and won Second Place out of approximately 15 entries. She is a current member of the SJUSD Intra-District Leadership Council and this year she has taken on the role of Alternate Student Board member for SJUSD. Additionally, she has been a part of Girls Water Polo since her sophomore year.
ASB AlondraAlondra Esquivel is the ASB Vice President at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her junior year. She had the role of Link Crew coordinator in the previous school year and has continued to take on that role this year as Head Link Crew Coordinator. She is also highly involved in the Thespians Club and was the Mermaid Club Treasurer for 2015-2016. She has also participated in Badminton and was the Head Captain for 2016.
ASB MiyuMiyu Nakajima is the ASB Secretary at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a junior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her freshmen year. She has had the roles of Freshmen and Sophomore Class Vice President. She is co-captain for our Lincoln Convertibles and has been an active member since her freshmen year. Along with the rest of her dance team, she won 3rd place at their Nationals competition last year. She’s also a part of a 12 year Japanese Graduate Program that will allow her to graduate high school fluent in Japanese.
ASB AtzinAtzin Galvan Hernandez is the ASB Treasurer at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member in Leadership since her freshmen year. She has taken on the roles of Freshman and Junior Treasurer as well as Co-President for Chess Club. She along with the 2015 Girls Cross Country team won first place League Champions. She also works closely with the school banker to ensure that our money is safe and spent responsibly.
ASB BlakeBlake Panian is the ASB Chief Justice at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. He is a junior this year and has been an active member in leadership since freshmen year. He has had the roles of Freshmen and Sophomore Class President. He currently serves as Intra-District Leadership representative that meets and discusses with the SJUSD high schools about what we can improve at our high school. He is also actively involved in Boys Water Polo and Varsity Swim Team as well as the LHS Mock Trial Team.
ASB NathaniaNathania Preciado is the ASB Environmental Commissioner at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member in leadership since her freshmen year. She is part of Project Garden which ensures and promotes school recycling and decomposition. She also won 1st place in our annual Thinkin Lincoln project. Additionally, alongside her friend Liliana they worked to receive funds to diversify the school curriculum.





Future Vision Coordinator

Jolene Schmitz
408-535-6300 ext. 64422
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Volunteer Positions Available!

Future Vision

Future Vision Mentoring Program

The Future Vision Mentoring Program, begun by the LHS Foundation in 1993, inspires and guides students at Abraham Lincoln High School to set and achieve personal and academic goals.  The Future Vision Mentoring Program seeks to enrich students’ educational experiences and to stress the relevance of education through monthly meetings with volunteer mentors.  Students with the potential and desire to succeed and the capability to meet challenges of high school are invited to join the program.  Mentors utilize a variety of activities that emphasize study skills, time management, goal setting and career planning.  Mentors plan visits to local colleges as well as offer presentations showing a wide range of career opportunities.  For those interested in becoming a mentor, contact Jolene Schmitz, 408-535-6300 ext. 64422 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


“Future Vision”(Visión del futuro) tiene la esperanza de enriquecer la experiencia educacional de los estudiantes y reforzar la importancia de la educación a través de varias actividades.  La tutoría y la observación de varios empleos van a ser partes del proyecto junto con excursiones a Universidades, escuelas técnicas, empresas de alta tecnología, etc.  Frecuentemente, las sesiones mensuales se llevan a cabo durante el periodo consultívo (advisory) de martes o jueves.

La visión del programa de tutoría Future Vision en La Preparatoria Lincoln es de ofrecer voluntarios adultos y estudiantes de universidad para trabajar con grupos de 10-12 estudiantes durante sus años en la preparatoria.  Este año el programa celebra su vigésimo aniversario trabajando exitosamente con los estudiantes.

Las metas del programa son:

  ·  Ayudar en el establecimiento de metas personales y académicas

  ·  Guiar a cada estudiante en conseguir competencias en técnicas de estudio para sus cursos  

  ·  Inspirar y animar a los estudiantes a tener confianza en su preparación para las carreras después de
    graduarse de la preparatoria

  Los maestros recomiendan a los estudiantes para el programa.  Yo, en turno, me reuno con grupos de estudiantes que se han recomendado, para explicarles cómo funciona el programa de tutoría.  Ahora estoy solicitando permiso para que su hijo participe en el programa. Simplemente firma el documento adjunto para permitir que su hijo sea parte del programa de tutoría “Future Vision.”                           

Jolene Schmitz

Coordinadora de Future Vision

Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor póngase en contacto conmigo al: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) o por teléfono al: 408-535-6300 ext.64422

Lincoln Alumni

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Celebrate My Drive
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Upcoming Events

October 10, 2016

2016 Annual Golf Tournament Brochure
Letter To Participants (Coming Soon)
2016 Sponsor Form (Coming Soon)


Meetings are held at 5:30pm in the Gallery located in the Main Building.

Meetings are generally on the second Wednesday of the month.

2016 - 2017 School Year

Athletic Booster

The Lincoln High School Athletic Booster Club is organized to lend moral, physical, and financial support to the entire Lincoln High School athletic and spirit programs, which includes all boys’ / girls’ sport teams, and our spirit squads. This endeavor is done in the spirit of fellowship to promote good will among the membership and to serve as a model for the student-athletes for whom we are supporting. To join the Athletic Booster Club, download the form HERE


The Lincoln High School Athletic Boosters support our athletic teams with equipment, tournament fees, and college scholarships that they would not have without your support.  We are a 501c(3) organization and with your donation a thank you letter will be sent with our EIN for tax purposes.  Any donation amount is surely appreciated.  If you’d like a sponsorship in the Golf Tournament they are:  Tee $200, Hazard $500, Contest Hole $1000, Golf Cart $1500, Corporate $2500. All sponsorships are acknowledged with appropriate signage.

Hall Of Fame Nominations - TBD

More information to come this coming Spring!


The Athletic Boosters main fundraiser is in October (of each school year) where we host the Lincoln Lions Golf Tournament. By asking businesses and families to sponsor the Golf Tournament in increments of 5,000, 2500, 1000, 500 and 200 dollars, we raise over $25,000 each year.  Additionally, we organize golf foursomes (who pay to play of course), organize raffle prizes, solicit gift basket donations for a silent auction. We always need more volunteers to help us with the fun task of organizing this event. Although every single sport at LHS has to do its own fundraising, it is necessary for each sport to have proportionate funds needed to operate (with the understanding that some sports need more money for capital improvements from time to time). The Athletic Boosters can only raise money for capital improvements, and if your child plays a sport at LHS, they have benefitted from the dollars that we’ve raised. Please consider joining us! If you are interested, contact Julie Erwin via .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  to volunteer.


Join us for this year’s fantastic annual Lincoln High School Athletic Boosters’ Golf Tournament on October 13, 2014.  Along with an entry into the golf tournament you will be treated to a tasty lunch, dinner, golfer’s gift, and a great time.  The proceeds support our athletic teams with equipment, tournament fees, and college scholarships.

Letter To Participants (Coming Soon)
2015 Sponsor Form (Coming Soon)




2015 Golf Tournament Brochure (Coming Soon)
2015 Sponsor Levels (Coming Soon)

Some of the funds raised by the Athletic Boosters have been used to purchase:

Badminton birdies -  $150
Baseball portable batting cage - $3390.38
Baseball batting cage net - $1500
Basketball backboard protector - $389
Basketball lockable storage containers - $500
Football equipment and helmets for freshmen, JV and Varsity - $5000
Volleyball/wrestling and other gym sports scorers’ table - $3250
Volleyball/wrestling and other gym folding chairs - $2630
Volleyball equipment - $800
Hall of fame update - $200
Soccer balls and nets - $1697.36
Swimming lane lines - $2500
Tennis wind screens - $3000
Track hurdles - $3000
Track sand pit covers - $1704.94
Wrestling scale -$ 200

We are really appreciative of all of our coaches and our student/athletes. We also would like to gratefully acknowledge our Athletic Director and Varsity Football coach, Kevin Collins; without his leadership, none of this would be possible.

Lincoln Foundation

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Become a Part of LEGACY wall history!

Have your name, family name, your class year, your company name, or the name of a loved one etched on our commemorative Lincoln Foundation Legacy Wall. Our initial series of engravings will showcase the donors whose $500 contribution will fund the building of the wall. After these initial engravings are sold out, only donors giving $1,000 or more will be showcased on the wall. Don’t delay…reserve your space today! All donations are fully tax deductible.


You may pay by check, Visa, or Master Card. Credit card payments can be made in one of three ways: You may pay the $500 in full, or you may make 5 monthly payments
of $100 each, or 10 monthly payments of $50 each. (If you pay by check, please make your payment to the Lincoln High School Foundation).

Order Form HERE!

The Lincoln High School Foundations is an independent, non profit organization that is dedicated in its financial support of Abraham Lincoln High School. Foundation Annual Campaign

Questions or concerns? The Lincoln High School Foundation would love to hear from you…Contact Us

Be a Foundation donor! Every cent raised goes directly towards Foundation-sponsored programs at Lincoln High School, and your contributions are fully tax deductible!  Employer Matching Gifts appreciated!  Non-profit 501(c)3 California Organization, Tax ID# 77-0381615.
Foundation Donors 2014-2015
Foundation Donor Form
Or… you can donate through PayPal

The Lincoln Foundation Honored by Mayor Reed
On February 18th, 2015 the Lincoln Foundation was recognized at Mayor Reed’s Community Breakfast and State of the City address. The Lincoln Foundation was selected to be honored for its exemplary community involvement. Outstanding Citizens from each City Council District will also be recognized at the event as well as exemplary city employees. All honored guests will receive the Pride of San Jose Award.

Foundation Members


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Membership Form

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PTSA Donations

PTSA Membership

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Our General Membership meetings are on alternate months throughout the school year on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm.  Our principal attends each meeting and we would love to have you join us!  (We meet in the Media Center unless otherwise indicated.)

Meeting Dates

Board Only

Board 6:00 PM and General 6:30 PM

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Board 6:00 PM and General 6:30 PM

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Board 6:00 PM and General 6:30 PM

Board Only

Board 6:00 PM and General 6:30 PM

Board Only

Board 6:00 PM and General 6:30 PM


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