Engineering Technologies / Environmental

Abraham Lincoln High School

City Wide Access


3201 Ryan Ave.
Philadelphia, PA  19136

Main:
215-335-5653
Web:
www.philasd.org/schools/lincoln
Abraham Lincoln High School is an All-Academy High School. Academies offer each student more personalized attention, recognition, and care from teachers, staff and peers. Integral to the Academy methodology is the career-themed approach designed
to engage all students with learning that is rigorous and relevant preparing them for college and career.
• Each academy is a small learning community built around college-career pathways.
• Our Academies are:
1. Academy of the Arts
A. Horticulture Pathway
B. Fine and Performing Arts (FAPA) Pathway
2. Academy of Professional Services A. Business and Technology
B. Law and Government
3. Academy of the Sciences A. Health Sciences
B. Environmental Science
Abraham Lincoln is Philadelphia’s Premier College and Career Preparation High School. Our mission at the New Abraham Lincoln High School is to educate all students for college, career, academic, technology or service opportunities for success, where the future
is for everyone to build. We believe that careers begin in the classroom.
Our vision is to provide a rigorous academic program that challenges and inspires our culturally diverse population in a positive and safe environment enabling our students to realize academic and career potential, while promoting successful, productive, and responsible members of society.

Program Info:

This program prepares individuals to apply knowledge and skills in the engineering field. Instruction is provided in the basic skills in a variety of areas associated with engineering such as civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, electromechanical instrumentation, industrial production and mechanical engineering. Instruction includes but is not limited to electrical circuitry, electronic digital and microprocessor applications, high and low voltage applications, instrumentation calibration, prototype development, testing, inspecting, systems analyses and maintenance, applications to specific engineering systems, CAD/CAM, fluid power, heating and cooling, manufacturing systems, principles of mechanics, properties of materials and report writing. Instruction includes, but is not limited to safety, ethics, power, problem solving, teamwork, engineering graphics, automated systems, fundamental electronics, manufacturing systems, civil, mechanical, structural, engineering principals and practices introduction to robotics, advance manufacturing as well as adhering to the STEM initiative.
Admission Requirements
Application RequirementsCity Wide Access programs in Neighborhood Schools don't have admissions criteria but must have enough space. Admission for students outside the neighborhood is based on availability and lottery.



Program NotesThis program prepares individuals to apply knowledge and skills in the engineering field. Instruction is provided in the basic skills in a variety of areas associated with engineering such as civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, electromechanical instrumentation, industrial production and mechanical engineering. Instruction includes but is not limited to electrical circuitry, electronic digital and microprocessor applications, high and low voltage applications, instrumentation calibration, prototype development, testing, inspecting, systems analyses and maintenance, applications to specific engineering systems, CAD/CAM, fluid power, heating and cooling, manufacturing systems, principles of mechanics, properties of materials and report writing. Instruction includes, but is not limited to safety, ethics, power, problem solving, teamwork, engineering graphics, automated systems, fundamental electronics, manufacturing systems, civil, mechanical, structural, engineering principals and practices introduction to robotics, advance manufacturing as well as adhering to the STEM initiative.
Academic Performance
Overall SPR Peer Rank10th of 12
Overall SPR Performance TierINTERVENE
Performance Tier: AchievementINTERVENE
Performance Tier: ProgressINTERVENE
Performance Tier: ClimateINTERVENE
Performance Tier: College & CareerINTERVENE
Students Who Graduate in 4 Years66%
This is the percentage of a group of students at a school that graduated within 4 years.
College Enrollment Rates34%
School Culture
Student Attendance80%
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Attendance(Not Available)
Behavior(Not Available)
School Fit
Total Enrollment1584
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Demographics
Black 40.49%
American Indian / Alaskan 0%
Asian 4.08%
Filipino 0%
Hispanic 26%
Pacific Islander 0%
White 23.67%
Two or More Races 5.63%
This tells us about the racial and ethnic backgrounds of the students that attend the school. Is it important to you that there is diversity in your high school? Are you more comfortable being around other students that have a similar racial/ethnic background as you?
General Information
School TypeCity Wide Access
Grades Served9 - 12
School PartnersCCPCitizens BankDesign 360Education WorksGEAR UPMain Line HealthManor Junior CollegePennoni AssociatesPhiladelphia AcademiesTemple / Fox Chase Hospitals and 1199C Healthcare Workers Union Training and Education Program are some of our major strategic partners.
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Courses Offered
Classes and AcademicsAcademy Of Professional ServicesAcademy Of The ArtsAcademy Of The SciencesBusiness Technology And Accounting PathwayCalculusChemistryConcert BandEnglish LiteratureEnvironmental ScienceEnvironmental Sciences PathwayFine And Performing Arts PathwayGovernmentHealth-Related Technologies PathwayHorticulture PathwayJazz BandJournalismLaw PathwayNewspaperPsychology
CTE Courses and ProgramsAccounting and Financial ServicesBusiness AdministrationBusiness PathwayHealth Related TechnologiesHealth Related Technologies PathwayHorticultureHorticulture Pathway
Extracurriculars
College and CareerCollege 30%Future Buisness Leaders of America (FBLA)Future Farmers of America
College: Dual EnrollmentCCPManor Junior College
SportsBadminton, GirlsBaseballBaseball, BoysBasketballBasketball, BoysBasketball, GirlsBowlingCheerleadingField HockeyFootballGolfMarching BandSoccerSoftballSwimmingTennisTrack and Field, Co-edVolleyballWrestling
ArtsBrass EnsembleChamber ChoirDanceDramaMadrigal EnsembleShow ChorusString EnsembleVarsity SingersYearbook
MediaAnime Club
STEM(Not Available)
Cultural/Ethnic Language Clubs(Not Available)
Health and WellnessLifeguard Training/IntramuralWeight Training-Intramural
Life and LeadershipGay-Straight AllianceJROTC - AIR FORCEJunior and Senior Prom CommitteeMock Trial TeamNational Honor SocietyRed Cross Club
Parents and CommunityJunior National Association for the Deaf
OtherChess Team