Abraham Lincoln High School 9-12

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Principal
Mr. Jack Nelson

3201 Ryan Avenue
Philadelphia PA 19136
Phone: 215-400-3300

About Abraham Lincoln High School

About Abraham Lincoln High School

Our Vision

We believe the smaller technologically advanced New Abraham Lincoln High School of the future will develop the full academic potential of every student by providing a challenging high school experience, supported by staff and concerned parents/guardians in an environment where teaching is enjoyed, learning is active and all stakeholders take pride in their association with this exemplary institution.
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Our Mission

Abraham Lincoln High School
  
Our Mission:
Our mission is to educate all students for current and future success in the areas of  technology, college, career, academic,  and service opportunities for success at the New  Abraham Lincoln High School, where the future is for everyone to build.
 
As a school, Abraham Lincoln High School believes the following:
 
We believe all students will achieve academic success in our college, career, and technology - focused school.
 
We believe all students will maximize their academic potential within our career academy environment.
 
We believe all students will promote acceptance, understanding and respect for all diverse learners of all the cultures present in our school.
 
We believe teaching and learning must be meaningful, relevant and challenging to promote academic and career success.
We believe students acquire knowledge in different ways and should be provided with a variety of instructional methods, engaging activities and assessments.
 
We believe our partnership with Philadelphia Academies strengthens our students’ academic and professional skills while enhancing their postgraduate career options.
 
We believe all students’ academic, college and career partnerships strengthen the relationships among students, school personnel, parents, and our community.
 
We believe students must acquire the Career Technical Education (CTE) skills to access, interpret and apply information to become life long learners.
 
We believe academic, career, technology, cultural, and athletic extra-curricular activities are important in enhancing the learning and growth of all individuals.