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Fellows Enrich the lives of a diverse group of high school students. It is our hope that the Fellows will benefit from the program thereby becoming responsible caring members of their community.
ACE Mentor Program (Architecture, Construction, & Engineering)
The program's mission is to enlighten and increase the awareness of high school students to career opportunities in architecture, construction and engineering and related areas of the design and construction industry through mentoring; and to provide scholarship opportunities for students in an inclusive manner reflective of the diverse school population.
Adventure Club
To experience new, fun outdoors adventures.
 
AESA – Asian Empowered Student Alliance
To promote activism and student empowerment through cultural, historical, and personal life lesson.
After School Art
To open your mind and escape into a world of art.
 
American Red Cross
Preparing for, preventing and responding to emergencies.
ARSO – African Revolutionary Student Organization
To educate, involve, and recruit the students of Lincoln High School to follow in the path of the Center for Social Justice.
 
 
Christian Club
Positively impact physical, emotional, needs of students.
 
Interact Club
With the help of a sponsoring rotary club, give back to the community with volunteer activities.
 
Circle of Friends
Establish an environment of inclusion for students.
Key Club
To provide leadership through community services.
 
Law Club
The students participate 1-2 times a month as jury members in Teen Court, which involves real cases of first time juvenile offenders.  Club members also get to meet lawyers, judges and law enforcement professionals.
Lincoln High Capoeira
Opportunity for students to learn Capoeira, the Afro-Brazilian
Club Martial Arts.
 Lincoln's Creative Writing Club
To open the minds of youth & create new worlds through literature.
M.E.C.H.A. –Moviemiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán.
To promote activism and student empowerment through cultural,
historical, and personal life lesson.
 
Project Earth
Students learn & participate in activities that build respect for our environment: School, Neighborhood/Community and Planet Earth Soul Shout After school literacy program focused on Academic Advancement via Spoken Word (Poetry) in collaboration with USD's Literature and Community class via USD Ethnic Studies Department.
Spain Exploration Club
See the world, what's the difference between our daily life and for low-income students to have the opportunity to experience things that they do not normally experience.
 
The Imani Club
Under the leadership of several LHS teachers of African heritage,
IMANI will empower, educate & enlighten Lincoln's academic & neighborhood communities about the influence, beauty and impact of African culture on people across the world.
College & Career Center
The Lincoln High School College and Career Center is a placewhere students, staff, parents/guardians, and community members can find more information related to the college application process, scholarships and financial aid, community service opportunities and career exploration. Both the GEAR UP Program and Career and
Transition Services are located in the College and Career Center.