2014 College Application Week

October 27 - 31, 2014

Gallup Poll Link

The Gallup Student Poll measures student hope for the future, engagement with school, and well-being - factors that have been shown to drive students' grades, achievement scores, retention, and future employment.

The Gallup Student Poll student survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. In addition to several demographic questions such as age, grade, and gender, students are asked 20 questions about what they do, how they think, and how they feel about their home, school, and community life.

To complete the 2014 Gallup Student Poll, click here.



Parent Voice is Needed

LCHS Parent Survey

Parents, your voice matters to us.  Please take a few minutes to complete an important survey.  The results will be used to write our new School Improvement Plan which will be due in December.  To complete the survey, click here

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.  We appreciate all you do to support your student at LCHS!

LCHS Hall of Fame Nominations

2014-15 Lincoln County High School Hall of Fame

The LCHS Hall of Fame Selection Committee is now accepting nominations for the upcoming induction ceremony in December. All nominations must be postmarked by December 1. For the official 2014-15 LCHS Hall of Fame nomination form, click here.


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LCHS Twitter Accounts

The following are Twitter accounts relating to the student life at LCHS:

Lincoln County High School Official Twitter:
Follow @LCHSPatriotNews

Class of 2016:
Follow @LCHSclassof16

Steve Bullock's class:

Amy Withrow's AP Government and Politics Class:
Follow @APWithrow

LCHS Patriot Football:
Follow @LC_Patriots

McClee Manion's Class:
Follow @manionmath

Kevin Bandura's Class:
Follow @BanduraMath

Dana Moore's Health Science Classes:
Follow @lincolnatc_hs

Joanna Steven's Class:
Follow @MrsStevensMath

Bryley Murphy's Algebra I Classes:
Follow @MurphyMathClass

Katherine Wilson's Class:
Follow @MsWilsonlc

Cristal Collins' Class:
Follow @MrsCollinsEng

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA Club)
Follow @LincolnFBLA


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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