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Lincoln Academy June ’20

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Our 8th Grade Graduates

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My name is Abigail Leeanne, but I go by Abby. I have been going to Lincoln Academy since sixth grade, so I have been there for three years. Next school year I will be going to Lee High School. Some of my favorite hobbies are cleaning, swimming, riding my bike, hanging out with my friends, coloring, helping little kids, and a lot more. My favorite memories at Lincoln Academy are being able to help little kids, seeing my teachers, going on field trips, and learning new things. When I grow up, I want to be a teacher, dancer, or doctor. I have a lot of good things to do when I grow up.

My name is Alejandra a.k.a Ally, and I have been at Lincoln Academy for eight years. In the fall I will be going to New Century Technology High School. I was born in upstate New York and moved to Huntsville when I was four years old. I came to Lincoln in first grade and have been here ever since. My favorite memory of my time here would have to be in fourth grade when we used pizza to learn fractions. Though this year alone has come with some great memories such as using pizza, again, in Miss. Bodin’s class helped us learn the format of formal essay, building a Rube Goldburg machine with Mrs. Stofer, and the eighth grade club nights every Wednesday with Lyle and friends. A few things I enjoy doing are playing guitar, making art, and playing with robots. When I get older, I want to get my degree in mechanical and electrical engineering.

My name is Emmanuel. I like to play soccer and help out my dad with his work. I have been going to Lincoln for four years. At first I did not want to go to Lincoln because that meant I had to leave my close friends and teachers behind. But Lincoln turned out better than I thought it would be. The high school I might go to is Columbia. I have friends that go there, so I really don’t have to worry about making new friends.

My name is Gabriel. I live in Huntsville, AL, and have been going to Lincoln Academy for six years. The years I have been there have been a mix of good and bad. My favorite thing to do is sing, draw, and go outside. People say I am really good at singing and drawing, so those are what I do for hobbies as well as going outside. When I become a freshman, I am going to go to Westminster Christian Academy.

My name is Kaniya. I have a brother whose name is Amari. He can be very annoying, but it is ok because I still love him. I have been at Lincoln Academy about 5 years. I was in 4th grade when I started to go to Lincoln Academy. For high school, I am going to Columbia High School for my first year and then to Lee High School for the rest of the years. My favorite thing that happened at Lincoln was going to Altitude; that was fun. When you get to know me and be around me more, I am really funny. My laugh is different almost every time. When I grow up, I want to be a dancer and do track on the side. 

My name is Madyson. I have been at Lincoln Academy for two years now, and I am graduating to go to Lee High School. I like drawing, reading, and anime. When I grow up, I want to be in the FBI because I am interested in how criminals think. My favorite thing at Lincoln was eating pizza for lunch every Wednesday.

My name is McKenzie. I luckily have been going to Lincoln Academy for two years. I am going to Lee High School soon. My hobbies include drawing,  playing video games, and making memes.  When I grow up, I want to be someone who has a good job, maybe kids and a husband,  and to draw things for people.

My name is Xylenn. I have attended Lincoln Academy for three years. One thing that I love to do is go outside. I like to ride bikes, climb trees, play football. If it happens outside, I probably play it. I want to be a mechanic when I grow up. I want to be a mechanic for the reasons you would think-tools and cars. I am ready to finish middle school and go to Lee High School.

Lincoln North

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The Neighborhood

Affordable Housing | Evolve Program | 6-plex Residential Home in Lincoln Village | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

Lincoln Building

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Little Linc Preschool

Table work at Little Linc | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

Academy Classrooms

Lincoln Academy Classroom | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

For The Love Of Christ Compels Us

2 Corinthians 15:14

Gospel-Driven.

Our mission is to share Christ with the Lincoln community.

Local Mission.

By supporting Lincoln, you’re making a difference in your own community.

Holistic.

Transforming the whole family’s health and well-being by caring for each individual need.

Good Stewards.

Every penny impacts the kingdom work. We purchase our properties outright.

Lincoln Village Ministry | Huntsville AL

Just a few miles from the most expensive houses in the inner city of Huntsville were men, women, and children surviving without the basic necessities. No running water or electricity. Plumbing didn’t work and floors were rotted from leaking pipes. Children had broken toys and went to bed hungry. A man with a heart for this inner city neighborhood stepped into the home of a little girl and her mother. That visit opened the man’s eyes and eventually a community’s eyes to the great need in their midst: the  need for Christ.

Lincoln Village Ministries is the product of one man’s call to action. The call has spread all over the city of Huntsville to pour out the hope and love of Jesus Christ into the Lincoln community.

Lincoln Academy

Our students had a variety of field trip experiences during the last few weeks of the year!

Our 4th and 5th grade had a wonderful learning experience at Burritt on the Mountain. Our 5th grade class went to see the classic “A Christmas Carol”. The 6th graders entertained the residents at Regency Retirement Village.

Our 7th and 8th graders interacted with and entertained the veterans at Tut Fann Veterans Home.

We recognized and celebrated Alabama’s Bicentennial birthday on Friday, December 13th. 

We were blessed to have America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses come to Lincoln and provide free eye screenings for 62 of our students.

Lincoln North

Lincoln North Trash | Inner City | Lincoln Community | Huntsville AL

The Neighborhood

Affordable Housing | Evolve Program | 6-plex Residential Home in Lincoln Village | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

Lincoln Building

Lincoln Academy | Inner City School | Community Development | Lincoln Village

Little Linc Preschool

Table work at Little Linc | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

Academy Classrooms

Lincoln Academy Classroom | Lincoln Village Ministry | Community Development | Inner City | Huntsville, AL | City of Huntsville | Lincoln Academy

For The Love Of Christ Compels Us

2 Corinthians 15:14

Gospel-Driven.

Our mission is to share Christ with the Lincoln community.

Local Mission.

By supporting Lincoln, you’re making a difference in your own community.

Holistic.

Transforming the whole family’s health and well-being by caring for each individual need.

Good Stewards.

Every penny impacts the kingdom work. We purchase our properties outright.

Lincoln Village Ministry | Huntsville AL

Just a few miles from the most expensive houses in the inner city of Huntsville were men, women, and children surviving without the basic necessities. No running water or electricity. Plumbing didn’t work and floors were rotted from leaking pipes. Children had broken toys and went to bed hungry. A man with a heart for this inner city neighborhood stepped into the home of a little girl and her mother. That visit opened the man’s eyes and eventually a community’s eyes to the great need in their midst: the  need for Christ.

Lincoln Village Ministries is the product of one man’s call to action. The call has spread all over the city of Huntsville to pour out the hope and love of Jesus Christ into the Lincoln community.

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