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  • 06/03/2019 8:01 PM | Dana Cress (Administrator)

    LHS Marching Band performing In Portland's Starlight Parade on June 1, 2019 youtu.be/tTDz4GQHZjw via @YouTube  So fun to see LHS Alum and former RF Queens Robin Marks and Wesley Grout carrying the LHS banner! Thank you Director David Kays for your leadership making this Sesquicentennial wrap up a huge success!


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  • 03/30/2019 10:56 AM | Anonymous

    Lincoln High School Sesquicentennial 
    Our very special Time to Celebrate!
    In 2019, LHS will celebrate 150 years as the first Public High school in the Pacific Northwest. We want your Memorabilia for the 150th celebration, and the LHSAA Oregon Historical Society Museum Exhibit. The Exhibit is in late March of 2019. LHSAA welcomes donations of Cardinal newspapers, programs, pictures, Trophies, scrapbooks, and many other items from Lincoln High's beginnings to the present. The archives presently located room 210 at the First United Methodist Church on SW Jefferson. If you have any Lincoln collectibles for donation. Call the LHSAA Board Archivist, Dana Cress @503-952-6084.  Think 150 years! Email us at lhsaa@lincolnalum.org

  • 01/30/2019 9:40 AM | David Perlman (Administrator)

    In our Sesquicentennial year, Lincoln’s Constitution Team places 1st at the State “We the People” Competition. Grant HS placed 2nd, Franklin 4th and Cleveland 5th with Lake Oswego 6th. Our urban public schools are growing the future leaders of our democracy! Lincoln and Grant (wild card recipient) will head to DC for the National Competition in April. Go PPS! Go Oregon! Congratulations to all the students involved! Thank you to LHS teacher advisor Patrick Magee-Jenks and all of our dedicated volunteer coaches. Go Cards! #150LHS


  • 12/26/2018 11:02 AM | Anonymous

    A one time Special Scholarship for $1,000.00 was presented to Ruby McShane. This award is in honor of LHS Class of 1955 Alumni, Ann Banton Moore. We are proud of all our LHS Students. Alumni may donate to the LHSAA Endowment Fund year round. Watch our funds grow. Go to the Endowment page on our website.

  • 12/26/2018 11:01 AM | Anonymous

    At the 2018 LHS Graduation the $9,500.00 Bertha Hunter Language Scholarship was awarded to Parmis Taraghi, a LHS Senior, who will attend Barnard College of Columbia, in New York City, this year.

    The Hathaway-Dickey $600.00 Math award went to Elaine Yang, who will attend California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, CA. 

    A $600.00 Dr. Shirley Malcolm scholarship was given to James Bikales, who was The Cardinal Times editor, now has plans to go to Harvard University. We are proud of our Endowment Fund and your LHSAA Projects like this one that helps LHS Students.

  • 12/26/2018 11:01 AM | Anonymous

    Applications are being taken for the LHSAA Hall of Fame/Honor, established in April, 2010. Alumni may email us at lhsaa@lincolnalum.org or send nominations to the attention of Harris Matarazzo, by mail at LHSAA - 4931 SW 76th Ave, #282, Portland, OR 97225-1805.

  • 12/26/2018 11:00 AM | Anonymous

    LHSAA tries very hard to keep a list of deceased alumni. Help is needed now more than ever.

    We have always needed help identifying those who have passed away elsewhere, but now even in the Portland area it is difficult to identify Lincoln alumni. The Oregonian, families, and other newspapers have cut obituaries to only a few words and sometimes do not identify high school attended or even maiden names in many cases. 

    If you know of a Lincoln graduate who has passed away recently please let us know by sending the obituary to LHSAA - 4931 SW 76th Ave #282, Portland, OR 97225-1805. Or email us at our new address. lhsaa@lincolnalum.org. Let us know the name, year, school name, and date and place of death. 

    Thank you sincerely for your help.

  • 12/26/2018 11:00 AM | Anonymous

    Facebook: Friend us @LhsaaEndowmentFund. In 2018, your LHSAA Endowment Fund will award $14,650.00 in Scholarships. This fund is managed with wit, wisdom, imagination and thoughtful concern for all Lincoln High students now and in the future. Interested Lincoln students may receive an application by contacting their Counselor for added information.

  • 12/26/2018 10:58 AM | Anonymous

    LHS Alumni Assn. Queen's Rose Garden is presently located on the Lincoln High School Campus. In the LHS Courtyard on the East side of the school. Just off of SW 14th near Salmon. Alumni,students and other volunteers in the Lincoln Community take care of the Roses. Thank you Volunteers.


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