Lincoln Student Leadership, Be part of the Community!
Lincoln Student Leadership is comprised of a group of High School students who want to grow in their relationship with God and also develop as young leaders. They aspire to use their gifts and abilities to serve their fellow students and the wider Lincoln community. The LSL meet once a week to learn key leadership principles and work towards leading and organizing special events throughout the year. They are a wonderful blessing to our school family.
Small Groups led by our teachers
The students meet once a week in a Connection Group in the Club Bancario in a relaxed and open setting to ensure that every Junior High and High School student is connected to a mentor and other classmates to strengthen their friendships and to support one another both spiritually and emotionally.
Be a lighthouse in the community!
Our vision as a school is to be a lighthouse in our local community, the nation and to the rest of the world. Through our outreach projects, our students grow in sensitivity towards the needs of others and seeks for ways to bless them.
Over the past few years, our High School students have helped to organize and serve at a Children’s Day celebration in a very needy area South of Guadalajara, near Lake Chapala. Face painting, obstacle races, football, basketball, volleyball and jumping on huge bouncy castles were enjoyed by over 2,300 children from local Primary schools and they took home several useful school supplies that our students had donated. Other outreaches have included visiting a local school for blind children, old people’s and children’s homes. Our students have known and experienced that it is better to give than to receive.
Join the Lincoln Lions!
This area focuses on the development of physical abilities, teamwork, character traits, leadership, responsibility, respect and discipline in the students. It helps in cultivating an awareness of the importance of living a healthy life. Students have the option of participating in extracurricular activities that include basketball and volleyball. These activities take place after school hours and include weekly practices and participation in local leagues with teams from other schools.
Additional Learning Opportunities
Additional activities are offered after school such as French classes among others.
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Together is better
Art is an integral part of the student´s education. It helps to develop abilities for observation, assimilation, communication and being creative. Lincoln students will be knowledgeable of the history of art and will learn to appreciate the art of all cultures. Through art, our students will recognize God’s manifestation and greatness.