• Counselors:

    Nicole Callahan:

    Email: ncallahan@tcboe.org

    Rhonda Gannaway:

    Email: rhonda.gannaway@tcboe.org


  • Counseling/Guidance

    The Lincoln High School Counseling Department offers comprehensive services and programs including information on scholarships, college choices, technical schools, financial aid information, career choices,  graduation requirements and personal counseling.  The counseling office consists of two counselors and is located in the main office.

    The counselors will be meeting with students during the course of the school year to assist with planning a path to graduation and to initiate post-secondary planning for their futures.  Career counseling, technical school, college options and graduation status information will be continually reviewed.

  •  ACT Test Information

    Students please come by the guidance office to pick up a registration packet for the ACT.

    Or register online: Click Here (this will appear in a new window)

    March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help anyone improve their knowledge and test scores in the areas of Language Arts, Math, and Science.  The website provides materials to help improve scores on standardized tests such as ACT, SAT, and ASVAB.  The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT prep game, and vocabulary and math flashcards.  CHECK OUT THIS WEBSITE: Click Here (this will appear in a new window)

    Student & Parent Resources

    ACT Online Prep: Click Here (this will appear in a new window)

  • Student Edge

    StudentEdge is a free online college and career planning resource center. It offers tools to help all high school students take ownership of the college planning process by letting them find scholarship money, prepare for exams, search for colleges, and explore career interests: Click Here (this will appear in a new window)

    Website for Parents

    This web site features free e-newsletters to help parents navigate the college selection, application, and financing process; detailed information from saving for college and finding scholarships to financing strategies; easy-to-understand loan information and quick online credit pre-approval; and more: Click Here (this will appear in a new window)