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Lincoln High School

A West Virginia School of Excellence

 

 

 

About Lincoln


With the beginning of the School term on Tuesday, September 5, 1978, Lincoln High School began operation to accommodate students, grades nine through twelve, from the Shinnston and Lumberport sections of Harrison County, West Virginia. It consolidated two former high schools, Shinnston High School and Lumberport High School.

Lincoln High School derived its name from the first public school located in Harrison County in the vicinity of the nearby community of Gypsy. Site preparation began in the Spring of 1975. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the building were held September 9, 1976. Cornerstone laying was June 4, 1977. A new addition was added which was completed for the school year of 94-95.


Architect Kenneth F. Weimer
General Contractor McAnallen Corporation
Size of Site 21 1/2 Acres
Square Footage of Building 150,315
Pupil Capacity 1,000
Storage Area Footage 24,000
Gymnasium Capacity 1,800
Cost $6,100,000.00
School Colors White, Brown, Gold
Mascott Cougar


Current Information for the 2003-04 School Year Address:

Route 1 Box 300
Shinnston WV 26431
TelePhone: (304) 592-2248
Fax (304) 592-3415



Page maintained by: LHS Techies
Last Updated: 11/17/03