Congratulations to the Lincoln High School Class of 2021 LHSAA Scholarship Recipients!
We welcome all donations to the LHSAA Endowment Fund
Last year, the LHSAA Endowment Committee awarded almost $18,000 in scholarships but the need was so much more than that. Next year we would like to give twice that so we can assist many more Cards after they leave Lincoln High School. But we need your help. Please consider donating $150 in honor of our 150th anniversary! Every donation helps our students. And if you find yourself in a generous spirit, we would love for you to donate even more. – Vincent Galindo, Chair
Contributions can be given securely with this link: LHSAA Online Donations
or by mailing a check to:
Lincoln High School Alumni Association
4931 SW 76th Ave #282
Portland OR 97225-1805
Our Scholarship Funds are managed by (link) Oregon Community Foundation,
1221 SW Yamhill St #100, Portland, OR 97205
If you are interested in including the Lincoln High School Endowment Fund in your estate planning,
please click this link: OCF has information
FEATURED LHSAA SCHOLARSHIPS 2020-2021
Bill Lynch with his children
The new 2020 Bill Lynch Scholarship
Established by the Alumni Association in February 2020 to honor Mr. Lynch who taught English at Lincoln High School and died suddenly in September 2019. The scholarship is awarded to a Senior student in need of financial assistance and who has demonstrated “an uncommon and authentic passion for the study of literature and philosophy”, the kind of student Mr. Lynch inspired.
Bill was a much beloved English teacher at Lincoln High School and was named teacher of the year, representing Portland, Oregon at a ceremony in Washington, DC. His students admired him for his empathy, his listening ear, his wit, his intellect, his true passion for ideas, and his love for helping students succeed, not only within his class, but also within themselves.
The Asa I Arnsberg Scholarship
Established in 2018 by Susan Arnsberg Diamond, class of 1957 and president of the Arnsberg Family Foundation; and Robert L. Arnsberg, class of 1960 and director of the foundation board.
As Susan Diamond said of her father: "I think Dad would be extremely pleased to know another ambitious, needy college freshman will receive some additional funding for the first year, whether it’s a two or four-year state college or university in Oregon. Higher education is so necessary in today’s world, and economically an Oregon resident’s best financial option. Thus, the recipient must attend an Oregon state-run college, and need is this scholarship’s #1 criterion."
The Ruth Arbuckle Scholarship
Established in 2018 by Eled V. [Bud] Toly ’56. Ms. Arbuckle was a member of the Lincoln community for more than six decades from her enrollment as a freshman in 1917. She dedicated her life to be a college counselor for nearly three decades at LHS and gained national recognition from higher education admissions panels for her guidance of students into the world after high school.
This scholarship is awarded to a student who shows a sustained love for Lincoln, demonstrates thoughtful concern, kindness, and consideration for others, and maintains high academic standards. Priority consideration is given to a student planning to attend an Oregon public college or university.
LHSAA Endowment Committee Members
Vincent Galindo, Lincoln Parent- Chairman
David Perlman '65 - LHSAA Board Director
Dana Cress '64 - LHSAA Board Secretary/Treasurer
Jessica Russell '05 - Lincoln Athletic Director
Tiffani Penson '87 - City of Portland Diversity Officer
Linda Cohn - (past) LHS PTA President
Mike Lynch - Adviser