LPA Centennial Oral History Project – Ms. Delores Johnson – Class of 1968

Ms. Delores Johnson is an esteemed alumna of Lincoln Park Academy who dedicated her career to public service and community and was interviewed as part of the oral histories for LPA’s centennial year. Ms. Johnson not only returned to LPA as a dean and then counselor, but also championed education reform as a state representative. Learn more about her journey from student to state representative to now a dedicated Lincoln Park Academy volunteer in this recount of her oral history. YouTube Link ~  https://youtu.be/DA7yq8iypBQ?si=X1GvlSxO6S2Vp3TY  

LPA Spring Centennial Career Expo

The Lincoln Park Academy Spring Centennial Career Expo was such an amazing event. Twenty-three former graduates were featured and also shared their expertise with our high school students. Students were able to converse with our LPA Alumni about the educational requirements for their career, the pros and cons that come along with their job, and also what they love most about their career. It was such a joy to see our former graduates shine! The day was an absolute success!             +      

Creativity at its BEST! LPA Media Center Movie Poster Contest was a HIT!

Congratulations to all our winners and participants of the LPA Media Center Movie Poster Contest. The talent exuded by our students was out of this world! Congratulations to our Middle School winners: 1st Place: Autumn Avilla, 2nd Place: Mariana Tisnes, and a 3rd Place tie: Dakota Young & Eliana Bohorquez. Our high school students also did a wonderful job! A round of applause to our High School winners: 1st Place: Megan Brookes, 2nd Place, Janessa Diaz, and 3rd Place: Rae Alvey.  So very proud of their hard work!       to all our winners and participants of the LPA Media Center Movie … Read More

LPA Centennial Oral History Project – Mrs. Linda Ivey – Class of 1970

This is the third in a collection of oral history interviews conducted by Lincoln Park Academy students to gather and preserve the memories of alumni of the school in its centennial year. Mrs. Linda Ivey is a 1970 graduate and a retired employee of Lincoln Park Academy whose history in Fort Pierce, Florida dates back to the first black cowboys in the area. View this video to find out more about her many contributions to education in St. Lucie County. YouTube Link – https://youtu.be/Wyn7-bT6BHE?si=x2zFnhYtfaFDBdLx  

Start Spreading the News

The Lincoln Park Academy Wind Symphony & Orchestra recently traveled to New York City to perform in the Worldstride’s Heritage National Festival and had an outstanding week of performances and activities. They earned several accolades as listed below: Wind Ensemble received straight superiors, placed in the Gold division, earned an Adjudicator’s Choice award, and an Invitational Award to perform in the annual Festival Gold. Jazz Ensemble received straight superiors and placed in the Gold division. Steel Drum Ensemble, led by LPA Senior Ricardo Bailou received straight superiors, placed in the Gold division, earned an Adjudicator’s Choice award, and an Invitational … Read More

LPA Chorus Invited to Perform in Paris, France!

The Lincoln Park Academy Chorus Department has been invited to perform in Paris, France in June 2025! The chorus was selected for this ten-day residency from June 6 to June 15, by guest conductor, Dr. Stacie Rossow who will conduct composer Michael McGlynn’s THE WIND AMONG THE REEDS with the Orchestre Symphonique Bel’Arte De Paris and distinguished soloists. The LPA chorus along with other selected choirs, will perform three concerts:  Two major public performances, and one Finale Gala Concert at the L’église de la Madeleine Paris – The home church of the famous French composer Gabriel Fauré.  Congratulations Mr. Rahming and the … Read More

LPA Theatre Presents: Footloose

This weekend LPA Theatre presented Footloose: The Musical! Wow!! Another amazing show from LPA Theatre! Footloose was absolutely brilliant and so fun! Loved to see all our great performers cutting loose on stage! Round of applause to the amazing cast for bringing the show to life! It was a toe-tapping good time for all.  

LPA High School Students Win Dr. Samuel S. Gaines Essay Contest

For the second year in a row, LPA high school students won first, second, and third place in the district Dr. Samuel S. Gaines Essay Contest. Senior Milani Carpenter won first place; freshman Arianna John won second place; and sophomore Madison Coloso took third. Congratulations to these students, and a special thanks to their teachers: Mrs. Melissa Cassella and Ms. Brienne Slocum.              

LPA Chorus “Superior with Distinction” at FVA State Solo and Ensemble MPA

Congratulations to the following chorus students who participated in the Florida Vocal Association State Solo and Ensemble Music Performance Assessment which was held at Palm Beach Atlantic University. The results are as follows:  Angellesiea Cerda received a “Superior” rating for her remarkable solo performance!  Dalita DeCambre and Rayna Desmangles received a “Superior” rating for their stunning duet performance!  And finally, the LPA Women’s Ensemble received a “Superior rating with Distinction” the highest honor that choral ensembles can receive, for their astonishing choral performance!  The Women ‘s Ensemble consisted of the following choral students: Giselle Arana-Cisneros, Isabella Arana-Cisneros, Dann’Rose Beauvil, Danalee Bent-Rodriguez, … Read More

LPA Students Investigate at CSI STEM Night

On April 4th, the LPA Science Bowl hosted their first CSI STEM Night. Students who attended investigated the case of the missing spirit stick. They analyzed fingerprints and fibers, used black lights to inspect the crime scene, and interrogated suspects – all to find the culprit who stole the spirit stick! School Resource Officers and the St. Lucie County CSI Unit also attended to help facilitate the investigation.        

LPA Theatre at State

At the 2024 Florida State Thespian Festival, troupe 6958 brought 8 individual events to compete with, and a one act. They came home with four excellents, four superiors, and top honors for their one act. 6958 got the pleasure of watching three main stages, watch other schools pieces, and take different workshops with Broadway professionals. Overall State Festival was an incredible learning experience for everyone who attended. LPA Theatre had an outstanding time at the state festival and can’t wait until next year!

Lincoln Park Academy Choral Department…State-bound Again!

Congratulations to the Lincoln Park Academy Choral Department!! The Women’s Chorus “Premiere” and the advanced Women’s Chorus “Belle Voix” both received Straight Superior ratings at the Florida Vocal Association District 13 Choral Music Performance Assessments. They now move on to the State Music Performance Assessments along with the Women’s Ensemble, Duet (Dalita DeCambre and Rayna Desmangles), and Soloist Angellesiea Cerda.   State MPA will be held in North Palm Beach and West Palm Beach in April. Congratulations LPA Chorus on another successful concert season!

LPA Ceramics Students Participate in Empty Bowls

Mr. McGarry’s Ceramics students from Lincoln Park Academy joined forces with Centennial and Central High students to fight hunger in our community. They created over 30 ceramic pieces to add to the more than 200 items that sold in the fundraiser hosted by the Treasure Coast Food Bank. The event was a huge success with over $13,000 dollars raised, thanks to the combined efforts of our district art students, local businesses, and private donations.  

Exciting Session with St. Lucie County Sheriffs on Drug Prevention & K-9 Tactics

At Lincoln Park Academy, students of NJHS eagerly gathered for a special presentation by St. Lucie County Sheriffs on drug prevention. Officers spoke about the dangers of drugs and the importance of positive choices. The highlight was the K-9 demonstration, showcasing dogs’ skills in detecting drugs, apprehending suspects, and obedience commands. Students gained insights into law enforcement’s role in community safety, leaving them inspired to make healthy choices and be positive in! 🚓🐾 #NJHS #CommunityEducation

LPA Students Excel at Science Fair

Lincoln Park Academy Middle School and High School students participate in the the 36th Annual STEM Fair competition! Representing Middle School are Alexander Derrico, Mia Derrico, Gianna Pizzarello, Mason Ricksecker (6th), Autumn Avilla, Elizabeth Cadosales, Anna Keshtmand, Carmelle Wallace, Amani Webb (7th), and Nash Barcelona (8th).  Representing High School are Lucas Huang, Caitlin Deane, Sydney Daniel, David Geraghty, Jesus Rivera Nieves, Maria Nolasco, Lillian O’Neill, Kayla Miller (9th), Victoria Louidor, Jevahiah Septembre, and Alexandria Simpson (11th).