ALHS Green Academy Partners with Generation Citizen
ALHS Green Academy has made it a priority this semester to focus on conserving water. Our partnership with Generation Citizen is strengthening our ...more
Hey Mustang Readers!
Please submit Book Reviews for books that you have recently read to share with the Lincoln Community & you can also read the reviews others have submitted. The Book Review Submission Form & reviews written by others can be found HERE.
Login to School Loop on your Smart Phone!
View classwork assigned & have most of the full website's functionality from your Smart Phone by logging into ALHS' School Loop Mobile Website HERE through your phone's web browser.
The Abraham Lincoln Oral History Project Website is published and live!
Students worked very hard to create these webpages. In all they recorded 20 Oral Histories- all of which can be seen on its own page on the site.
This site is a public resource and was created to be shared with the Lincoln Community.
Please visit our site, watch the video clips, read the biographies, summaries, analysis and enjoy!
Please also pass the link along if you get the chance.
Join a Club at ALHS!
There are over 30 different clubs at Lincoln to choose to be a part of! Make new friends, learn a new skill, &/or practice your favorite hobby! It's not all about studying for your classes--have some fun & do some interesting things with like-minded Mustangs. Check out the different clubs HERE & attend a meeting to find out if its for you.
You Shop & ALHS gets FREE MONEY for Classroom Needs!!!
Senior Clearance Forms due to Counselors in Room 149 by 3:30 PM
May 20th, 2016
Last day to submit final transcript request to college/universities
Graduation rehearsal at ALHS Auditorium at 9 AM. This rehearsal is MANDATORY for all graduating seniors. Graduation "Bids/Entry Tickets" will be distributed at this rehearsal.
Last On-Campus Dance for all students (with advance ticket purchase) in the North Gym
Caps and Gowns: Mr. Reid from Jostens will be in the cafeteria in the afternoon at 2pm on Friday to distribute preordered caps and gowns. If you did not pre-order your cap and gown, you can buy it on this day. The cost is $40.00, cash only.
Monday, May 23, 2016
Mandatory graduation rehearsal at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium at1:30pm for all graduating seniors.
Senior Dinner Dance (seniors only, no guests), off site, tickets required, at the SF Palace of Fine Arts (see Ms. Eng for questions)
May 24th, 2016
Graduation Ceremony at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
Graduates arrive at 7:30 AM.
Doors open for families at 8:30 AM.
Ceremony begins at 9 AM. Audience must have Bid/Ticket to enter the auditorium.
FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FOR COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
For students planning to attend college in the fall, an online final transcript request to the SFUSD Transcript Office must be completed.
Students must complete the online final transcript request form by Friday, May 20th.
The procedure for requesting a transcript is:
First check your SFUSD email account for the link to complete the online final transcript request sent on April 18th by the Transcript Office.
Complete the request between April 18th and May 20th.
You can select up to 3 colleges/universities to send transcripts.
Final transcripts requested online by May 20th are free of charge.
If additional transcripts are needed or if transcripts need to be requested after the May 20th deadline, students must go directly to the SFUSD Transcript Office and the cost is $5 per transcript.
After completion of the final transcript request form, you will receive a confirmation email that the request has been received by the transcript office.
If you need to make corrections after the request is submitted, please see your counselor.
The transcript office will begin mailing final transcripts to colleges/universities beginning mid-June to ensure that the deadlines for colleges to receive final transcripts are met.
If you have any questions please contact your counselor.
Lincoln AVID visits San Jose State!
This past Tuesday, May 3rd 35 AVID 10th graders took a fantastic tour of San Jose State University. With its impressive history of social justice, vast array of majors (145 areas of study with an additional 108 concentrations) and incredible post-graduate job opportunities (more than 20,000 graduates working in Silicon Valley), we were reminded of how fortunate we are to live in an area with a school like this in our backyard. With this visit, San Jose State jumped to the top of many of our AVID student’s college lists. - Mr. Doyle
Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp
Abraham Lincoln Football Field
(24nd Ave between Santiago and Rivera)
Monday thru Thursday 3pm-430pm or 5pm-630pm
Monday thru Thursday 4pm-6pm for ALHS Football
Fridays from 230 pm- 430 open workout
June 6th- August 12th
Coach Kevin Doherty
USA Weightlifting Senior International Level Coach
Abraham Lincoln Football Strength and Conditioning Coach/Head Track and Field
National 20-under, 17-under, 15 under Weightlifting Championships Coach
This camp focuses on the basic strength and conditioning principles needed to succeed in high school and college.
At camp, you will acquire:
• The concept of a Dynamic Warm up
• Speed and Footwork drills
• Olympic Weightlifting technique and the benefits of perfect technique
• Explosive movements to help achieve athletic goals
• Overall cardiovascular conditioning
Camp is open to any and all boys and girls 10 and up. The kids will be divided into 4 groups:
Pre High/High School/Collegiate and Lincoln High Football.
All groups will be working out together but on different workouts.
One does not need to participate every week or everyday. The camp is formatted for easy drop in workouts. Three workouts a week are encouraged whenever possible. All activities are age appropriate and are supervised by Coach Doherty and other certified coaches from the collegiate level.
Please call and reserve a spot. Spots are limited.
The cost of camp will be $150/summer for SFUSD students which includes USA Weightlifting membership registration, $50/week plus $50 registration for all others. Please contact Coach Doherty with any hardship concerns.
*Kevin Doherty: email@example.com or 415-290-4907*
Checks made payable to HASSLE FREE BBC LLC
Sessions run daily from 3pm-430pm or 5pm-630 pm
ALHS returning football players from 4pm-6pm
Wall of Fame Senior Scholarship and Inductees Banquet
Leadership Class's Backpack & School Supplies Drive for Glide Memorial
J.E.T.S (Japan Ecuador Terremoto Support)
Abraham Lincoln High School's La Raza Club and Japanese Culture Club have successfully raised $3,400 in support of the victims of the destructive earthquakes that hit Japan and Ecuador in April 2016. This incredible amount could not have been reached without the support of the Lincoln community. We want to give an enormous thank you to the students, parents and staff of ALHS! Half of the donations are going to the Consulate General of Japan, and the other half to the Asociacion Ecuatoriana de California. Lincoln is always willing to give support in any way they can to not only their local community, but their international community as well.
Grand Prize Winners of the EAA ( Engineers Alliance for the Arts) Competition
Best in Show and First Prize for Washington DC scenarios. Samantha Mendez, Danielle Lei, Cindy Li, Catherine Li.
Please get application forms from Ms. Fong in room 323 if you are interested in performing for this event. Performers will will be selected by audition and will receive a modest gratuity for their work.
Anti-Bullying Assembly with Brian Stow Visits Lincoln
Harvard's Poetry in America Series Visits Ms. Falls's English Class
English teacher Sara Falls welcomed environmental activist and philanthropist, Tom Steyer (https://nextgenclimate.org/about/tom-steyer/) along with the Alliance for Climate Education, and Harvard University into the class as part of Harvard's Poetry in America series. The class focused on poetry and our connection to the natural world through the lens of Japanese haiku translated by Robert Hass, Hass's poem "The State of the Planet in Verse and In Adversity," and Octavio Paz's poem "Wind, Water, Stone."
Congratulations to the All-City Champion Lady Mustangs Varisty Basketball Team!!!
Seth Tom Class of 2020
Kuinini Manumua Class of 2018
Dangelo Osocio Class 2012
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Lincoln Graduate Jenny Lam Class of 2011
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David Garcia class of 2007
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9th Grade Academy Sign-Up!
Academy of Finance Meets NFL Players Super Bowl City
Interview for CBS
Kurt Warner Joe Staley Blaine Gabbert
During Super Bowl 50 week Academy of Finance students attended the unveiling of Financial Football Game at the Moscone Center. Speakers including Betty Yee, California's State Controller, Jose Cisneros, San Francisco's Treasurer, and 3 NFL players Blaine Gabbert, Joe Staley, and Kurt Warner spoke with students about the importance of financial literacy. Students played the video game with the NFL players and were able to take pictures and receive autographs.
Lincoln Inclusive Week
Mr. Sultan's AP Human Geography Classes
Mr. Sultan's two AP Human Geography classes visited three historically important religious landmarks in San Francisco as a part of their unit on religion.
Students were taken on guided tours of Temple Emanu-El the site of the oldest Jewish congregation west of the Mississippi, The Buddhist Church of San Francisco- the first Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temple in the United States. Finally, students did a self guided tour of Grace Cathedral- a world renowned Episcopal Church on the top of the California Street hill.
Academy Freshmen & Sophomore Applications Now Open! Pick One Up In Room 21a-b-c
Mock Trial 2016
Last minute coaching
I just want the truth
Pressure on the stand
Preparing to compete
Time for strategy
Putting a witness under pressure during cross examination
Job well done Mock Trial 2016
11th Grade Green Academy Visit Berkeley
12th Grade Green Academy Visits SF CommUNITY Garden
Tryout for Dragonboat in January! For more info, visit Ms. Thieu in rm 125
NEW UC Personal Insight Questions for Fall 2017 Freshmen Applicants. Applicants must respond to 4 out of the following 8 Insight Questions. Each response is limited to a maximum of 350 words.
Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes, or contributed to group efforts over time.
Every person has a creative side, and it can be expressed in many ways: problem solving, original and innovative thinking, and artistically, to name a few. Describe how you express your creative side.
What would you say is your greatest talent or skill? How have you developed and demonstrated that talent over time?
Describe how you have taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity or worked to overcome an educational barrier you have faced.
Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to overcome this challenge. How has this challenge affected your academic achievement?
Describe your favorite academic subject and explain how it has influenced you.
What have you done to make your school or community a better place?
What is the one thing that you think sets you apart from other candidates applying to the University of California?
Here are some tips and techniques to help you get started.
Give yourself plenty of time for preparation, careful composition and revisions.
Making a list of accomplishments, activities, awards or work will lessen the impact of your words. Expand on a topic by using specific, concrete examples to support the points you want to make.
Use “I” statements.
Talk about yourself so that we can get to know your personality, talents, accomplishments and potential for success on a UC campus. Use “I” and “my” statements in your responses.
Proofread and edit.
Although you will not be evaluated on grammar, spelling or sentence structure, you should proofread your work and make sure your writing is clear. Grammatical and spelling errors can be distracting to the reader and get in the way of what you’re trying to communicate.
Your answers should reflect your own ideas and be written by you alone, but others — family, teachers and friends — can offer valuable suggestions. Ask advice of whomever you like, but do not plagiarize from sources in print or online and do not use anyone's published words but your own.
Copy and paste.
Once you are satisfied with your answers, save them in plain text (ASCII) and paste them into the space provided in the application. Proofread once more to make sure no odd characters or line breaks have appeared.
This is one of many pieces of information we consider in reviewing your application. Your responses can only add value to the application. An admission decision will not be based on this section alone.
Additional instructions for active military, veterans and dependants
Because UC is interested in knowing about your or a family member's military service, you may wish to use this section to communicate the following:
Describe how your military service has been instrumental in developing your educational plans.
Indicate if you're affiliated with the military, such as the spouse or dependent of someone who is on active duty or a current participant in an ROTC-type program.
What about the “Additional comments” section?
After you complete the personal insight questions, you will see another section called “Additional Comments.” This is an optional section and should not be used as a continuation of your responses to the personal questions. Instead, you should use this section to:
Provide additional clarification on important details in your application, such as honors, awards, activities.
Share information regarding a nontraditional school environment or unusual circumstances.
Describe anything else that you HAVE NOT had the opportunity to include elsewhere in your application.
Do you need to make up or take classes to graduate high school? Our summer school offers “a-g” courses for credit recovery. Students in 11th or 12th grade with "F" course grades will receive priority registration. Registration begins on April 6.
Summer school will run from June 8 to July 13 at the following locations: Galileo HS (senior graduation summer school), Balboa HS, Mission HS, and Lincoln HS. Please meet with your counselor to register for summer classes.
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NOTE: Event days/times subject to change without notice.
Mustang Daily News Feed
Fellow MUSTANGS, did you know that Lincoln has OFFICIAL Facebook,Twitter, Instagram,&Tumblr Pages?!
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SFUSD Instructional Calendar
Download next school year's instructional calendar HERE!
A Low Cost Internet Option for Lincoln Families
Qualified families only have to pay $9.95/month for internet service AND have the option of purchasing a computer for $150. See this SITE for details:
Check out the ASB STORE, showing you what is available & for how much by clicking HERE.
ALHS College & Career Center
Please click HERE to visit our College & Career Center website section for updated resources & information.
Attention Parents/Guardians! SFUSD Has a School Lunch Pre-Payment Program Available
Our school cafeteria has a prepayment program called MealpayPlus that will increase convenience for families and speed up lunch lines. Student Nutrition Services is encouraging families to prepay for ...more
Download and print an application for membership in CSF HERE, the California state honors society now! Bring a copy of your report card or transcript and turn them into Ms. Kelley in NB12 at lunch ...more
SFUSD Non-Discrimination Policy
San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.