Please go the Events page to register for the All Classes Luncheon! Welcome to the official website of the Lincoln Lynx Alumni Association, the alumni organization of Lincoln High School in Seattle, Washington. Even though the school closed in 1981, the building is alive. The LLAA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and annually awards scholarships to a number of outstanding high school graduates. The Lincoln Lynx Alumni Association has roots going back to 1910. Membership in the LLAA is open to any person who attended Lincoln as a student, staff, or faculty member. The LLAA has a scholarship program for lineal descendants of Lincoln graduates, promotes and preserves the history of the school, and has events and programs to strengthen the bonds between its members and the community. The Totem II newspaper, published three times a year, strives to reconnect and encourages contact of members. To submit an article or news, click on "Contact Us". We hope you will join the association today and receive a complimentary recent issue of Totem II and the "We're Back!" refrigerator magnet picured here(actual size 3.5"x2"). We know you will enjoy being a member of the Lincoln family!!
Lincoln High School Plans to Reopen 2019
Thank you for your support of Seattle School District's Proposition 2. It passed with over 70% YES votes! Monica Fosmire Weber '73 and Paul Aoki '68 attended meetings as representatives of Lincoln Alumni on the School Design Advisory Team. Former Lincoln teacher Lee Bassett ('71-'81)was also on the team as a representative of the Wallingford Community. Over a three month period, we examined learning styles and best practices in education, as well multiple examples of possible building and environmental designs, to determine the optimal educational environment that can be created within Lincoln's brick exteriors and outdoor spaces. Flexibility and sustainability were major considerations. Current planning includes the reduction in size of the auditorium to allow for spaces to prepare for theater productions. Another possibility presented involved a playing field on the west side of the northern black top. Discussions about parking ensued. The outdoor spaces between the main building and the big gym and auditorium building will be designed for outdoor eating and learning (not a smoking area!) and "sunny" places to enjoy the outdoors (You know, on those two days during the school year...). The results of the Design Advisory Team will be presented at the All Classes Luncheon on June 18. You can also check out the plans on the school district w3ebsite. In related news, the City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board recently appproved the designation of certain areas of Lincoln High School as protected landmarks. These include the original building's exterior, the central staircases within it, the drinking fountain on the main floor, and the elevated track in the old gym. All of these have also been discussed at the LLAA Board meetings, so this should be good news!
2016 Class Reunions
Planning has started for 2016 reunions. See the Reunions page for more details. Please know that the Lynx pictured here is available to use as a backdrop for your event photos, too! Contact Monica Fosmire Weber to schedule the pick up. Pictured here are members of the Class of '73 at their 60th Birthday Bash in August 2015.