School Information

Lincoln Intermediate School, located at 7815 W. Lapham Street, is one of four Intermediate Schools in the West Allis – West Milwaukee School District serving 305 students for the 2014-15 school year. We have earned the honor of being named a "Lincoln Legacy School" as designated by the Bicentennial Commission from Washington, D.C. Lincoln, in the center of the WAWM School District, is in its fifth year as an Intermediate School after years of being a Kindergarten through 6th grade Elementary School. Lincoln is now operating as a 6th through 8th grade Intermediate School.   

At Lincoln we infuse the "Capturing Kids Hearts" as well as PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention System) curriculums into our school culture to promote positive relationships and behaviors. Currently the students at Lincoln Intermediate School in grades 6 through 8 are required to take core academic classes in language arts, math, science, and social studies. In addition to these core classes students are required to take reading or foreign language (determined by reading proficiency – French, German, or Spanish), test prep, character lessons, and receive homework help in the academic areas), Physical Education, and up to three more semester electives. The electives include: Art, Band, Chorus, Information Media 7, Fabrication 7, and Orchestra. Lincoln Intermediate also offers a reading intervention class for anyone not reading at their current grade level. Extra-curricular activities include: Boys and Girls Basketball, Cross Country, Chess Club, Math Club, Homework Club, Pom Pons, Track and Field, Robotics and Wrestling.

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