Lin-Wood Public School
Principal Robert Nelson
Faculty 24
Students 96
Grades K-12
Location72 Linwood Dr.
Lincoln, New Hampshire USA
Campus Suburban
Colors Red and Green
Mascot Lumberjacks

Lin-Wood Public School in Lincoln, Wikipedia:New Hampshire is a public primary and secondary school located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The school is operated by the Lincoln Woodstock Cooperative School District, which is the only "single school" SAU (School Administrative Unit) in the state. The school serves students from Kindergarten through 12th grade in its Elementary, Middle and High Schools, which are all housed in the same building.[1] Lin-Wood Public School serves the communities of Lincoln and Woodstock. The term Lin-Wood is a portmanteau of (Lin)coln and (Wood)stock, the two towns of the district.


The Middle School was named New Hampshire's Northwest Regional Middle School of Excellence by the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Awards Program in 1995, 1996 and 1997.[2]

Athletics Edit

The school fields teams in baseball, softball, and boys and girls basketball, soccer, cross country and skiing. It also has a cheerleading squad.[3]

Academics Edit

The May 2006 NHEIAP educational assessment report showed the school's high school aged children performed above state averages in both math and reading. [4]

Lin-wood has 96 students as of 2005 in grades 9-12.

  • White (95.4%)
  • Asian (3.7%)
  • African-American (0.9%)

Notable alumni Edit

References Edit

  1. Official School Website
  2. New Hampshire Excellence in Education Awards Program Website - Retrieved 2007-02-26
  3. Sports Page on Official Website - Retrieved 2007-02-26
  4. NHEIAP report

External linkEdit

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