About Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210

Dr. Scott Tingley, Superintendent Welcome to Lincoln-Way High School District 210. The district serves families and citizens in a 105-square mile area at four comprehensive high schools: Lincoln-Way Central, located in New Lenox; Lincoln-Way East, located in Frankfort; Lincoln-Way North, also located in Frankfort; and Lincoln-Way West, located in New Lenox.

The district serves students from 5 elementary school districts: Frankfort 157C; Manhattan 114; Mokena 159; New Lenox 122 and Summit Hill 161.

Students choose from a diverse curriculum including 1,075 traditional classes, 88 advanced placement courses per school, as well as others not available at other high schools.

In addition students have the opportunity to participate in 213 clubs and activities, as well as 108 athletic teams. Research shows that students who are active in extra-curricular clubs, activities, and athletics do better academically.

Lincoln-Way students for the 2012-2013 school year scored in the top 9.8 % in the state of Illinois for the Prairie State Achievement Exam (PSAE). Lincoln-Way East ranked #41 out of the 668 high schools in Illinois, or 6-1%; Lincoln-Way West ranked #50 of 668 high schools or 7.4%; Lincoln-Way Central ranked 55 of 668 high schools or 8.2%; and Lincoln-Way North ranked 66 of 668 high schools or 9.8%. Lincoln-Way East, West, Central and North are the top 4 high schools in Will County for PSAE test scores. As well, Lincoln-Way East is ranked 1st; Lincoln-Way West is ranked 2nd; Lincoln-Way Central is ranked 4th; and Lincoln-way North is ranked 5th out of the top 18 high schools in the South and Southwest Suburban high schools. We are also proud to say the district has one of the lowest per-pupil expenditures for all high schools in the six counties of the Chicago land area.

The district’s four high schools are open to our citizens for walking/jogging and swimming.

Dr. R. Scott Tingley

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