at 1701 Champaign Road, Lincoln Park, 48146 United States
Lincoln Park High School is a public school in Lincoln Park, Michigan. The school colors are orange and blue, and the teams are called the Railsplitters, a reference to Abraham Lincoln. It is a part of Lincoln Park Public Schools.LPHS has a student-to-teacher ratio of 35:1 and was given a rating of "C" as of 2010 it has been given a "B" by the Michigan Department of Education in 2007-2008. As of the class of 2011, LPHS has a graduation rate of 63.5% and an attendance rate of 75%.LPHS has many programs and extra curricular activities including the Spanish Club, Lincoln Park Building Trades, Guitar Club, Anime Club, JROTC, FIRST Robotics, National Honor Society, four school bands, E.M.T. Education, Business Management, CADD, Agriscience, and Quiz Bowl.HistoryThe current building is the second building in the city to be called "Lincoln Park High School". The previous building was built in 1930, and would later become Huff Junior High School (grades 7-9) after serving as the city's high school from 1933 to 1959. It would be the first high school in the state recognized by the University Of Michigan before it was accredited by the North Central Association. Huff was closed in the early '80s after diminishing class sizes forced its closing and it remained empty for several years. Due to its age, it was decided by the Board of Education that it could no longer afford to maintain and heat an empty school and the school was demolished.
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