Lincoln Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Stockton, CA. It has 9,298 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 25 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 47% in reading.
2010 W. Swain Rd.
Stockton, CA 95207
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Lincoln Unified School District Reviews
My time at Lincoln Unified School District has been bittersweet. My elementary school experience was not the best as teachers didn't care for students as much as at other schools in the district. My brother went through the same elementary school and has an IEP. The resource teacher as well as his other teachers didn't know how to help him improve his grades. We both attended the same middle school and my experience there was terrific. I got used to what high school might be like, while making friends from all over the district. High school has been rough. I've gotten stuck with teachers who enjoy seeing their students squirm and I've also had teachers who want the best for all of their students. I definitely think there is room for improvement in the elementary schools and the high school. Teachers just don't care and have no interest in teaching kids. It seems like every year I get at least one teacher who tears people down and enjoys it. This is my main concern.
Excellent administrative staff that genuinely cares about the well-being of their students. This is best exemplified by Superintendent Uslan, who led innovative and much needed projects like the initiative to go one to one with devices and students on campus so that they learn early on how to use technology necessary to be professionally successful in the modern world as well as legislation that made Lincoln Unified the first "sanctuary district" in its area so that students with undocumented family members did not have to fear losing their family members to ICE raids if they decided to pursue an education. While school spirit may lack at times, the student government works hard to put on fun events for the student body and I can genuinely say that everyone involved in campus leadership is doing their best to make school as enjoyable as possible.
I loved high school, especially going to Lincoln High. It was so close to home and it's a great community. I still go back about once or twice every year to visit an old teacher who inspired my career today!