Vision and mission

To be a lighthouse in the Guadalajara community, in the nation, and throughout the world.

To educate young people who will love God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength and their neighbors as themselves (Luke 10:27); who will be instruments in establishing God’s principles in their lives, their environment, their nation, and the world.


To work together with the family, educating the student in a challenging academic environment, through an English and Spanish program into which God’s truth has been woven. Thus, the student is presented with a unified, God-centered view of life.

Core Values

  • The Bible as truth and revealed Word of God
  • A biblical worldview
  • Modeling Christ-like character
  • Continued professional development
  • High academic standards
  • Teaching of the English language
  • Parents entrusted by God for their children’s education
  • Activities of service
  • Sensitivity and respect towards Christian denominations and other cultures

Meet Our Directors

Mr. Daniel Sanchez

Through the years, Daniel’s whole family has been blessed at Lincoln, and he has grown spiritually and professionally.  He sees Lincoln as a lighthouse and an oasis, a place where we can experience the love of God and fellowship with one another, prayer is a strong pillar in our community, and just like in a family, we are all very unique, and at the same time we have a common ground, and that is our faith in the Lord, and that is very unique.

Ms. Sarah Gutierrez

Sarah has been at Lincoln School for a long time now.  She began working officially in the Accounting department and then moved on to Human Resources.  Sarah has always considered Lincoln as her second family and hopes that other families feel that as well.  She loves seeing how the students grow in faith and knowledge and how, as they move on to other schools, remember Lincoln with lots of love.                                                             

Ms. Paola Ybarra

Ms. Paola has been working at Lincoln School since 2017. She served as the 6th grade Math and Science teacher prior to becoming the JH/HS coordinator and now the director of academics. She loves Lincoln because she loves being able to connect with the families and students who have stolen her heart. She thanks the Lord for the opportunity to continue growing the school as well as to be able to meet and get to know all of the families and students.