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Lincoln Charter is a public school of choice that has been facilitating a college prep experience since 1998. This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary. We are proud of our history and are looking to soar even higher.

Lincoln Charter has recently undergone a strategic planning process as we set goals and create a flight plan for the organization’s future. The flight plan, Wingspan, will be released as LCS celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2023. The purpose is to determine how we maintain our established history while building a legacy that will allow us to maximize our wingspan.

Eagle Nation is a community of staff, students, parents/guardians, and community members that strives to live out the mission and community expectations of Lincoln Charter.



Priorities include:

  • High expectations for conduct and academics utilizing the North Carolina College-Prep standards
  • Certified and well-trained teachers
  • A parent-elected school board, consisting of business and community leaders
  • An active high school and middle school sports program
  • After school activities
  • Expected annual logging of volunteer hours - for all students
  • Required volunteer hours for parents - ensuring parental involvement
  • Dual college enrollment, earning college/high school credit simultaneously
  • Online distance learning

Our priorities are lived out through the following expectations:

Lincoln Charter expects the best from our teachers/staff, students, families, and community. To this end, we have implemented the programs detailed in the following:

  • Character - LCS expects certain character traits to be exhibited by our community members. These expectations are displayed in all classrooms, K-12.
  • Academics - Lincoln Charter holds our students to a high academic standard, by following Student and Accountability Standards as well as an Academic Integrity Policy.
  • Discipline - LCS implements School Board-approved Code of Conduct and Dress Code policies.
  • Service - Lincoln Charter documents service hours throughout each student's tenure at LCS via the Learn.Serve.Engage. Program. Students in all grades (K-12) must meet minimum service hour requirements annually.

If you are interested in applying to Lincoln Charter, click here for detailed information about the application process.

FLIGHT PLAN
1- Submit Lottery Application
2- Attend Prospective Family Session (typically January & February)
3- Follow Lincoln Charter on Social Media
4- Listen to Edge of the Eyrie podcast
5- Mark your calendar for the Lottery!



We thank you for your interest in Lincoln Charter! If you have additional questions, please contact the campus Registrar:

Robin Harwood (Denver Campus)

Susan Young (Lincolnton Campus)

The application process is the first step in your flight plan to Soar with Eagles!

 

WELCOME TO LINCOLN CHARTER!