Lincoln County High School & Lincoln County Board of Education Placed on the College Board’s AP® District Honor Roll

For Immediate Release: December 15, 2014

A Record 547 School Districts across the Nation are Honored

Lincoln County High School and the Lincoln County Board of Education became one of only 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada honored by the College Board with placement on the 5th Annual Advanced Placement ® (AP) District Honor Roll.  To be elligible for this award, high schools must have increased access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Reaching these goals indicates that the district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for the rigor of AP classes. Since 2012, Lincoln County High School has increased the number of students participating in AP courses while improving the number of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher.

According to Superintendent Karen Hatter, “The recognition of the school's effort to increase the rigor of coursework at Lincoln County High School is evidence of the commitment to high expectations by the school staff, as well as the students' response to the challenge set forth in AP classes.” 

The complete 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll can be found here.

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Lincoln County United Way

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Lincoln County Public Schools - A Proficient/Progressing School District

The Lincoln County School District made gains in the 2013-2014 school year and improved once again from a baseline score of 64.2 to 69.6.  This lands Lincoln County Public Schools at the 82% in the PROFICIENT/PROGRESSING Category. We want to thank our board members, central office leadership and all of our school leaders, teachers, staff and students for a team effort in moving our district forward!

Lincoln County High School ~ A Proficient/Progressing School

What an amazing turn-around and accomplishment has been wrought in just two short years at the Lincoln County High School. Mr. Godbey, Mrs. Denny, and Mr. Harris were rewarded a banner proudly proclaiming them a Proficient/Progressing school.   With an 88% rank on the K_PREP scores, they are just 2% points shy of the distinguished mark! Congratulations staff and students for an excellent job!!

Lincoln County Middle School ~ Third year as a Proficient/Progressing School

Lincoln County Middle School has once again made the district proud, going from an overall score of 60.6 to an overall score of 67.1.  This rates them as a Proficient/Progressing school for the third straight year. Congratulations to your staff and students on a job well done!!

McKinney Elementary ~ A Proficient\Progressing School

Congratulations to McKinney Elementary once again! They had an increase in their K-Prep scores from an overall score of 63.9 to an overall score of 72—placing them in the 80th percentile in our state. Congratulations McKinney staff and students!!

Stanford Elementary - A "High Progress" School

Congratulations to students, faculty, and staff at Stanford Elementary School.  Recognized as our “Most Improved” school, Stanford's percentile ranking rose an impressive 55%--putting them in the 67% and top 10% of all state schools making significant improvement.   This impressive achievement makes them a “High Progress” school.  Kudos to all involved!


The Lincoln County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetic information, disability, religion, marital status, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to its facilitates to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

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