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Abraham Lincoln High School

School code number: 405
Grade level: 9-12
Hours: 8:00 a.m. M-F - 3:15 p.m. M, T, F; 2:17 p.m. W, TH

2162 24th Avenue, San Francisco, CA, 94116
Neighborhood: Parkside/Sunset
Phone: 415-759-2700
Fax: 415-566-2224
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Principal: Sharimar Balisi Manalang

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Lincoln building exterior Exterior of the new building Hallway of the new building

Exterior of the gym Tennis courts Exterior of the auditorium

Lincoln auditorium Lincoln auditorium seating Lincoln cafeteria

Lincoln library Lincoln seal by the main office Trophy case

Abraham Lincoln High School is a comprehensive high school with a long history of high expectations and excellence. The goal is to provide a positive, nurturing school environment that supports high academic performance and high student self-image. We recognize that students bring their diverse experiences into the classroom, and believe instruction should be responsive to different student learning needs. In addition, Lincoln offers a rigorous AP and honors program, services for Special Education severely and non-severely impaired students, a comprehensive English Language Learner (ELL) program that prepares students to become bilingual and biliterate, Career Academies, a Wellness Center, Peer Resource Program, AVID, Step-to-College, and a wide variety of clubs, athletic, and other extracurricular activities. The Environmental Service Learning Initiative promotes environmental and social justice. We also feature community partnerships with 14 different community agencies.

Our teachers focus on authenticity, relevance, enthusiasm, critical thought, and creativity, while allowing students to take pride in their success. We hold ourselves accountable to a culture of service and support. It means that school staff share responsibility for each student's success.

School Tours

Every Wednesday from September-December


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Afterschool Programs

ExCEL program, Credit recovery, Tutoring, Student clubs, English language learner support, Counseling, Computer lab

Special Education Programs

  • Designated instructional services
  • Resource specialist program
  • Separate classes with a focus on services for emotional disturbance
  • Mild/moderate separate classes
  • Moderate/severe separate classes
  • Mild/moderate separate classes (autism)
  • Moderate/severe separate classes (autism)
Mild/moderate, Mild/moderate (autism focus), Moderate/severe, Moderate/severe (autism focus), SOAR (Success, Opportunity, Achievement, Resiliency)

Language Programs

  • Cantonese
  • Japanese
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish
Mandarin Secondary Dual Language Pathway, Spanish World Language, Mandarin World Language, French World Language, Japanese World Language

Student Support Programs

Family liaison, Mentoring, Peer resources, Student Intervention Team, Youth Engagement Program, Social worker, Wellness Center, Student Assistance Program (SAP), Restorative practices, Truancy support, Tutoring, On-site nurse, Psychologist, Advisory program


Basketball, Track and field, Cross country, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton, Softball, Baseball, Football, Volleyball, Spirit squad, Wrestling, Golf, Fencing, Gymnastics, Swimming, Girls' Flag Football

Arts and Enrichment

Digital arts, Visual arts, Performing arts, Media and video productions, Architecture and design, Drama, Choir, Creative writing, Ceramics, Band, Orchestra, Piano

School Day Academic Enrichment

College classes at CCSF or SFSU, Advanced Placement (AP) classes, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics), AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), Internships, Career Technical Education (CTE) Academies, Honors classes, College or Career Pathways or Academies, Project-based learning, Service learning


Architecture and Natural Resources, Arts, Media & Entertainment, Business and Finance, Engineering and Agriculture, Information & Communication Technology

College Counseling/Support Programs

Academic counseling, College and career counseling, College tours and visits, 100% College Prep, SFSU Step to College, UCSF Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP), SFUSD Plan Ahead curriculum, Plan of Action for Challenging Times (PACT)