ALHS Green Academy Partners with Generation Citizen
ALHS Green Academy has made it a priority this semester to focus on conserving water. Our partnership with Generation Citizen is strengthening our ...more
Hey Mustang Readers!
Please submit Book Reviews for books that you have recently read to share with the Lincoln Community & you can also read the reviews others have submitted. The Book Review Submission Form & reviews written by others can be found HERE.
Login to School Loop on your Smart Phone!
View classwork assigned & have most of the full website's functionality from your Smart Phone by logging into ALHS' School Loop Mobile Website HERE through your phone's web browser.
The Abraham Lincoln Oral History Project Website is published and live!
Students worked very hard to create these webpages. In all they recorded 20 Oral Histories- all of which can be seen on its own page on the site.
This site is a public resource and was created to be shared with the Lincoln Community.
Please visit our site, watch the video clips, read the biographies, summaries, analysis and enjoy!
Please also pass the link along if you get the chance.
Join a Club at ALHS!
There are over 30 different clubs at Lincoln to choose to be a part of! Make new friends, learn a new skill, &/or practice your favorite hobby! It's not all about studying for your classes--have some fun & do some interesting things with like-minded Mustangs. Check out the different clubs HERE & attend a meeting to find out if its for you.
You Shop & ALHS gets FREE MONEY for Classroom Needs!!!
Congratulations to ALHS' iGEM Team (international Genetically Engineered Machine competition) for winning a gold medal and the "Best Presentation" awards at this year's competition at MIT! In doing so they beat the teams from Harvard, Princeton, Cal Tech, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, and 240 other teams from universities around the world. They work after school hours to prepare for this intense academic competition, now in its 8th year.
STARTS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14 IN ROOM 24 (ARCHITECTURE)
SIGN UP IN ROOM 24 AHEAD OF TIME TO HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER.
An engineer isn't always a man with a wrench and hard yellow helmet.
About 74% of middle school girls express an interest in math and science, but only 0.4% of high school seniors choose computer science as a major. Girls Who Code is working toward closing the gender gap in the technology field by exposing girls to computer science from a young age, and motivating them to pursue a career in technology through inspiring speakers, current engineers, and successful entrepreneurs from companies ranging from Stripe to Google and Facebook.
Come learn how to code through fun, cute projects that build up to your own final project at the end of the year. No experience necessary and all levels are welcome! We meet on Mondays in Ms. Melander's (Room 24 in the basement) after school for two hours a week. Laptops are provided but you are welcome to bring your own. See you there! Classes will be taught by USF CS majors.
Posted by: Karen Melander
T.A.'s needed for 4th period
Ms. Drager in 210 needs 2-3 t.a.'s for 4th period.
Posted by: Luranne Drager
Senior Portrait Sessions: Sept 1st through 4th
Prestige Portraits will be back on campus from September 1st through September 4th to take senior portraits.
They will be set up from 3:30 to 8:00pm in the faculty lounge (next to the cafeteria).
Make sure to go to this session, because there will only be one session left and NO RETAKES after November!
See the link below for specific times. To reschedule, please call Prestige directly at (888) 898-GRAD.
Free live play: "The Eye Holds the Truth" (WWII “Comfort Women”/Sex Slaves):
Free live play: "The Eye Holds the Truth" (WWII “Comfort Women”/Sex Slaves):
This play about "Comfort Women" stories is presented by a Japanese, Kazuko Yokoi, on this Thursday (8/ 27/2014) from 5:30PM to 7:30PM at Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library (100 Larkin St., San Francisco) The same play will also be presented at Korean Presbyterian Church at San Rafael this Friday and Visual and Performing Art Center at Cupertino this Saturday. All are welcome to learn about this World War ii issue. For details, please come to Room 321.
Posted by: Christina Leung
SF YouthWorks is Hiring
SF YouthWorks is Hiring!
It’s hiring time! The YouthWorks school year session application is now available. We are planning to hire up to 150 high school youth to work as interns in city government offices, libraries and recreation facilities. YouthWorks interns will work up to ten hours per week from October through May, and will be paid $10.24 per hour.
If you are entering the 11th or 12th grade, you live and attend school in San Francisco, are interested in exploring a career in government, and can work at least 6 hours per week afterschool, please consider applying for our program. You can gain important work experience while learning about careers in public service.
There are three ways to complete and submit your application to us:
1) DOWNLOAD: Download your application here, complete all questions and essays, and turn in to us at our office. You can mail it or bring it in person but it must be in our office by 5pm on Friday, September 14th in order to be considered.
3) IN PERSON: Pick up a copy of the application from our office, complete it, and return in person or by mail before 5pm on Friday, September 14th.
Our office is located at 2012 Pine Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco. Our office is open from Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. All applications and other materials must be submitted by Friday, September 14th at 5pm in order to be considered for the 2012-2013 school year session.
Please contact us at 415-202-7911 or email@example.com with any questions about the application process.
While that November 30th deadline may seem like a long way away, you are strongly encouraged to work on your application (especially your Personal Statement) early so not to rush last minute. Please carefully read and follow the instructions on the application and be sure to have someone in the College/Career Center review it before you submit in November. There will also be application meetings, labs and individual assistance provided by College/Career Center staff at ALHS during the Fall semester.
Fellow MUSTANGS, did you know that Lincoln has OFFICIAL Facebook,Twitter, Instagram,&Tumblr Pages?!
Click below and Like Us/Follow Us to get the latest updates on ALHS & view images from school events throughout the school year!
SFUSD Instructional Calendar
Download next school year's instructional calendar HERE!
ALHS Advanced Placement Program
A Low Cost Internet Option for Lincoln Families
Qualified families only have to pay $9.95/month for internet service AND have the option of purchasing a computer for $150. See this SITE for details:
Check out the ASB STORE, showing you what is available & for how much by clicking HERE.
ALHS College & Career Center
Please click HERE to visit our College & Career Center website section for updated resources & information.
Attention Parents/Guardians! SFUSD Has a School Lunch Pre-Payment Program Available
Our school cafeteria has a prepayment program called MealpayPlus that will increase convenience for families and speed up lunch lines. Student Nutrition Services is encouraging families to prepay for ...more
Download and print an application for membership in CSF HERE, the California state honors society now! Bring a copy of your report card or transcript and turn them into Ms. Kelley in NB12 at lunch ...more
SFUSD Non-Discrimination Policy
San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.