Lincoln High School, New Zealand

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Lincoln High School
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Lincoln High School, New Zealand
25 Boundary Road
Lincoln 7608
New Zealand
Coordinates 43°38′8.85″S172°29′8.45″E / 43.6357917°S 172.4856806°E / -43.6357917; 172.4856806 Coordinates: 43°38′8.85″S172°29′8.45″E / 43.6357917°S 172.4856806°E / -43.6357917; 172.4856806
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TypeSecondary (Year 9–13)
MottoSeek The Highest Good
Established1959
Ministry of Education Institution no. 347
PrincipalKathy Paterson
School roll1400 [1] (March 2020)
Socio-economic decile10Z [2]
Website www.lincoln.school.nz

Lincoln High School is a state co-educational secondary school located in Lincoln in Canterbury's Selwyn District in New Zealand. Serving Years 9 to 13 (12- to 18-year-olds), the school has a roll of 1400 students as of March 2020. [1]

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