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Lincoln High graduate awarded first Star City Pride scholarship

Lincoln High graduate awarded first Star City Pride scholarship

June 9, 2024

Jason Pabian, a newly-graduated Lincoln High School alum was selected for the inaugural Star City Pride scholarship this year. Pabian, a graduate of the class of 2024 will be attending the University...

Seniors Scarlett Coleman (left) and Conor Willeke (center) along with Adeliya Ivaniv (right back) arrive at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday for 2024 Lincoln High School Commencement Ceremonies

Lincoln High School celebrates 456 graduates in 155th commencement ceremony

May 26, 2024

The 456-member senior class of Lincoln High School celebrated their graduation on Saturday, fulfilling their final requirement for Lincoln Public Schools. The ceremony, held in a crimson-red-clad arena,...

Legislative session wraps up, summary for students

By Verity Wegener, News Editor | May 13, 2024

The Nebraska legislature is unique as the only unicameral, or one house, legislature in the country. Let’s take a look at what’s going on this session in relation to students here at LHS! LB1399,...

Finals Schedule 2024

Finals schedule announced

By Eleanor Erickson, Editor-in-Chief | May 13, 2024

It is important to note that for finals week (May 20-23) there will not be any CLC activities offered, except for homework zone on Monday.  However, teachers may still be available to assists students...

Left to right Al Dogos, Yoakum, Schroder, Erickson, Porto, Crotteau, Alles, Schubert , Christensen, Wanamaker, McWilliams, Dickson, Brozovic, Rabago, Hruskova.

Die German Convention war sehr gut!

By Ollie Riggins and Eleanor Erickson | May 3, 2024

The German convention was hosted this past Saturday at Schoo Middle School. Many German students grades 9-12 participated in this event. Participants included Seniors Chris Dickson, Winter Porto, Sam Christensen,...

You’ll be “Enchanted” to meet This “Gorgeous” course at UNK

You’ll be “Enchanted” to meet This “Gorgeous” course at UNK

By Ollie Riggins, Editor-in-Chief | May 1, 2024

KEARNEY, Neb. — This course inside UNK's English department will be eight weeks long and entirely online. The course has been described as “fast paced and moving through each subject quickly” according...

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NHS gathers supplies for Nebaskans in need after tornados hit

By Eleanor Erickson, Editor-in-Chief | April 29, 2024

The National Honors Society is hosting a product drive to assist people in need who were affected by the storms that tore through Elkhorn and Blair Friday night. These tornadoes left many people with severely...

German teacher Marissa Wanamaker gets a surprise during her 6th period class on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 as World Languages Department Chair Janet Eckerson presents her with the Outstanding German Teacher of the Year Award from the Nebraska Association of Teachers of German.

Lincoln High’s German teacher recognized

By Meg Boedeker, Managing Editor | November 7, 2017

Nebraska's German teachers were considered for this award, however, only one teacher won--Lincoln High’s very own German teacher, Marissa Wanamaker. Wanamaker was chosen for this award because through...

New principal Mark Larson (center) walks out of the Ted Sorensen Theatre with the freshman class after an assembly on the first day of classes. The assembly marked the end of Freshman Orientation.

In their own words: New principal shares vision, goals for future

By Madison Carver | October 28, 2015
Reading Time: 5 minutes 0 Last year, our principal of 20 years, Dr. Mike Wortman, retired. This year, we are ushering in a new principal: former associate principal Mark Larson. Larson has many goals for our school, and he will always make time for his students. He was generous enough to give us some of his time for an...
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