The Lincoln School System is a part of the County Board of Education. Lincoln residents voted for a new 5 mill tax, that's half a cent on one hundred dollars of assessed valuation, for new schools in 1999. The elementary school was completed first and the new junior and high school were completed in 2007.   The school is considered the best in the area. In 1911 Lincoln High School was the first county high school constructed. Lincoln graduates have distinguished themselves by becoming judges, lawyers, doctors, mayors, councilmembers, superintendants of education, teachers, administrators, coaches, scientist, businessmen, military officers and enlisted, and other specialties.

Lincoln Elementary School

Lincoln Elementary School is located in Lincoln, Alabama directly off Interstate 20 between Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia. The population of Lincoln has grown over the last ten years from approximately 3,000 to 6,000. This is due to the opening of the Honda Plant and related businesses. Due to the increase in population, Lincoln Elementary broke ground for a new school in August, 1999 and in August, 2001 the doors opened to an exciting "theme" school reflecting the community in which we live. Situated approximately three miles from the Talladega Super Speedway, racing is very evident in our schools décor.

Lincoln Elementary has an enrollment of 753 students in grades kindergarten through fifth.  The ethnic personality of the student population consists of 73% Caucasian, 21% African-American heritage and 6% other ethnic personalities.   (data as of Sept 6, 2013)

79001 Hwy 77 North
Lincoln, AL   35096 
Phone: (256) 315-5265  
Fax:    ( 256) 315-5275

Charles R. Drew Middle School

Drew Middle School is one of seventeen schools in the Talladega County School System.  The school serves approximately 400 students in grades 6-8. The students enroll from our two elementary schools:  Lincoln Elementary and Stemley Road Elementary School.  Drew Middle School is a Title I school and an Alabama Reading Initiative Demonstration Site.  The school offers programs for the gifted and talented, as well as students with special needs.  A certified staff of twenty-three teachers, two instructional assistants, two custodians, one secretary/book keeper, one clerical assistant, and seventeen bus drivers serve students on a daily basis.  Drew Middle School has been academically "clear" on the Stanford Achievement Test and Alabama Reading and Math Test criteria since the School Accountability Act was passed. The school has made adequate yearly progress (AYP) each school year.

Extracurricular activities are available for students, including athletics and various clubs and organizations.  Students are encouraged to be involved in those organizations that interest them. 
Our school provides a safe, orderly atmosphere where learning can occur.

Charles R. Drew Middle School was named for Dr. Charles Richard Drew. To find out more about Dr. Drew, click here.

78975 Alabama Highway 77
Lincoln, AL   35096 
Phone: (256) 315-5280  
Fax:     (256) 315-5290 

Lincoln High School

Lincoln High School offers  Pre-AP and AP Classes for Math, Science, English, and History to prepare students for college. Lincoln High School received National Ranking from US News and World Report for 2013.


Mission Statement  
It is the mission of LHS to ensure student success by providing the best     educational opportunities in a safe, friendly atmosphere that address the needs of the whole student to promote  lifelong learning. 

LHS Vision Statement
To provide a high quality education to all students through project based learning and the 1:1 technology initiative promoting critical thinking skills, communication skills, and creativity molding a college and career ready student.

78989 Hwy 77
Lincoln, AL   35096 
Phone: (256) 315-5295
Phone: (256) 315-5298  
Fax:     (256) 315-5315