Manitowoc Ships Pride!
Welcome, Ships, to your very own Manitowoc Nation. The Manitowoc Nation is for alumni, community members, businesses, students, staff, friends, family and supporters of Ships (and those aspiring to be future Ships).
We are your trusted source of information about what's happening with your fellow Ships, Nation events, reunions and celebrations of our current and alumni students and staff. Alumni can share class reunion and class notes information on the Nation website. Community partnerships, such as youth apprenticeships and other job, career and networking opportunities, also can be shared here.
We invite you to join the Manitowoc Nation today! It's free and a great way to show your #ShipsPride. Students, staff, alumni and the community are part of an exceptional legacy that began when Lincoln High opened its doors on Lake Michigan in 1924. (The school district's roots date back to 1850: read more.) The Nation and its members work to support the Ships and each other.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to building a vibrant Manitowoc Nation!
Thadd Cornell, former head coach at Mishicot High School, was hired Wednesday to lead the Manitowoc Lincoln High boys’ basketball program. Cornell, who has more than 20 years experience as a head coach, replaces Brian Gallagher who resigned the position in April.
The Ships first game is November 25 against Two Rivers at 7 p.m. in the JFK Fieldhouse.Read more
Congratulations to our newest alumni, the Class of 2017!!
Friday was a beautiful, sunny day - perfect for our traditional graduation in the Lincoln High bowl. We are proud of our graduates and wish them all the best in their future journeys. You will ALWAYS be welcome back at Lincoln - come back and visit your teachers and share your life experiences with future classes of students.
Is your signature in the historic Lincoln High tower?
About 45 students got the rare opportunity to climb a winding staircase to the top of the tower May 11 and witness decades of history created by alumni. Among their sights: hundreds of student names and their graduation years scrawled on brick walls, window sills and ceiling supports.
Read more about the tower's history in this Herald Times Reporter story.
"Looking over the view of the city was great," senior Alexandria Bessert said. "This is my senior year, so I'm thinking about the school and my time here. I think they should keep the tower. I want my kids to come here someday and see it for themselves."