Lincoln High School set a precedent for national urban schools by providing Portland students an exemplary public education, athletic achievements, and expanding curriculum in the arts and cultural studies since the school was founded in 1869.
The Lincoln High School Alumni Association (LHSAA) is a non-profit organization funded 100% by Alumni donations and contributions.
Join US - Become a Member of LHSAA
Lincoln High School Alumni Association (LHSAA) Board of Directors and committee members are a mix of volunteer alumni dedicated to developing and providing alumni services for reconnecting and networking with LHS alumni and supporting Lincoln students' success in school and secondary education. Being a non-profit organization, we depend on alumni donations and involvement within our association to provide the beneficial services and programs established for all members of our Lincoln High community.
Programs & Services
We have a seat for you on the Board of Directors & Committee Chairs all set...
~ Gather friends as a group or GO SOLO ~
Alumni Volunteers are the foundation of our Association so please sign up with the link below!
THE LHSAA FALL 2021 MAGAZINE ISSUE
Closing out the Century in the 90's at Lincoln High
LHSAA Members can read & download the magazine online by logging in and tapping "LHSAA Magazine" in the main menu bar
LHSAA Members can download the magazine online by logging in and tapping "LHSAA Magazine" on the main menu bar
NON-MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO VIEW & DOWNLOAD PAST MAGAZINE ISSUES ONLINE click here for the LHSAA Magazine Library
Introducing the new LHSAA President
Glenn Doyle McMath Class of 1980
Glenn attended Chapman Grade School before coming to Lincoln in 1976. Glenn loved sports and played football, basketball and ran track. U of O and the Beta Fraternity were next. The McMath’s Oregon legacy runs deep. His father, Architect George McMath is known as “The Father of Preservation”. With a degree in architecture from U of O, he spent his life standing up for Portland’s historic environments. George’s grandfather, famed architect A.E. Doyle (Multnomah County Library, Forestry Center, Meier & Frank to name a few). Glenn followed in this family legacy as a Senior Real Estate Specialist and Broker for Windermere Realty Trust. Glenn and his wife Greata (Dickey) have one daughter, Lucy, who graduated from Lincoln and this year from Colorado College. Glenn joined the LHSAA Board in 2016 and works hard to support our alumni and today’s students alike.
Thank you, Glenn!
HOW ALUMNI CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE
1. Tutor current students contact Melinda Gale
2. Help seniors with college essays contact Amy Loy firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Help support online club activities contact email@example.com
4. Help with Resume Writing, Internship & Job Opportunities contact Shannon Fasold firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Donate "science and art lab kits" contact https://friendsoflhs.com
6. Donate Chromebooks and laptops contact Jill Ross email@example.com
7. Donate to one of the 8 LHSAA scholarships LHSAA Scholarships
2021 LHSAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Glenn McMath ’80 President
Brian Lamson ’78 2nd Vice President Food Drive Chairman
Dana Barton Cress ’64 Secretary/Treasurer
LHSAA Magazine Editor
David Perlman ’65 Past President
Roscoe Nelson ’66 Director
Emily Duden Pinkerton ’87 Website Developer/Editor
Lise-Marie Massey ’94 Reunion Planning Chairman
We are looking for alumni in the Portland Metro area to serve on these LHSAA Board positions:
For inquiries and Board Member application click this link