Wear your Hawaiian shirt and come ready to cheer on the Red Devils!

1st HOME game of the season!

vs. Abbeville
7:30 PM

Lincoln County FFA chapter of Lincolnton, Georgia , named 1 Star Chapter for 2018 National Chapter award by National FFA Organization

INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, Aug. 3, 2018/National FFA Organization) – The Lincoln County FFA chapter of Lincolnton, Georgia, has been recognized in 2018 National Chapter Award Program from the National FFA Organization.

The program recognizes outstanding FFA chapters from throughout the country that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization. These chapters improve chapter operations using the National Quality FFA Chapter Standards and a Program of Activities that emphasizes growing leaders, building communities and strengthening agriculture. Chapters are rewarded for providing educational experiences for the entire membership.

Chapters that received star ratings during judging July 22-27 and will be recognized at the 2018 National FFA Convention & Expo, Oct. 24-27 in Indianapolis.

All star FFA chapters receive honors made possible by corporate sponsor John Deere.

“Feeding some 9 billion people by mid-century brings with it unprecedented challenges for today’s farmers,” said Amy Allen, manager, national corporate contributions for John Deere. “The skills and experiences learned though the National Chapter Award Program will help meet the critical needs.”

The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 653,359 student members who belong to one of 8,568 local FFA chapters throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The organization is also supported by 344,239 alumni members in 2,051 alumni chapters throughout the U.S.

Thursday, July 26th

Back row (l-r):  Keyshawn Gartrell, Gregory Willingham, Tristan Pia, Kellen Smith, Caden Zellars, Tyler McQuigg, Braelyn Stephens, Emmanuel McCord, Mac Smith-Muir, Jacob Wortz III, Neal Grant-Mossow.  Front row:  Isabella Dawkins, Naomi Partridge, Annabelle Ratliff, Anna Rose Cunningham, Valencia Albea, Emily Starbuck, Madison Pia, Samarviana Harris, Shelby Clark, Carly Carruth.  On floor:  Abigail Dawkin

Freshman Orientation

2018 Title I High-Progress
Reward School

2nd year in a row!

High-Progress Reward School

Based on the definition of Reward Schools found in the ESEA Flexibility waiver, the High-Progress Reward Schools that are among the highest 10-percent of the Title I schools in the state.  Calculations to identify these schools are based on the achievement of the “all students” group in terms of proficiency on the statewide assessments that are part the SEA’s differentiated recognition, accountability, and support system.  Highest-Performing Reward Schools are identified annually.


High Progress-3 out of the last 4 years

FY 15, FY 17, and FY 18

Parent Information Meeting 1.11.18

Lincoln County High School   2019 Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Debbie Deason

Daily Schedule

1st Block - 7:55-9:30

Homeroom/Advisement - 9:35-9:50

2nd Block - 9:55-11:25

3rd Block - 11:30-1:35

4th Block - 1:40-3:10

Come out and support our Devils!