Student Enrollment: 1484
No. of Staff: Approx. 250+
Approximate number of teachers hired annually: 10-20
Approximate No. of Paras/Aides Hired Each Year: 5-10
Accessible by Public Transportation or Commuter Rail? No
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School has viewed itself as “a different kind of place” – a place that truly values diversity in style and substance. This quality manifests itself in the academic program and in the general atmosphere of the school, and may best be seen in the respectful and warm relationships between students and adults, the high degree of autonomy for and participation by the faculty in decisions, and a school culture marked by commitment to innovation and experimentation.
Through a challenging academic program and a wide variety of school activities, students are expected to make choices and to have a degree of power over their own education. The ability to make good choices requires the student to develop a sense of responsibility and an understanding of the ethical implications of their actions. Formality and standardization have, in the life of the school, been less important than creativity, originality, and critical thinking skills. The school culture also seeks to join academic skills to an active civic concern for the Lincoln-Sudbury community, American society, and the world beyond.
Lincoln-Sudbury Core Values: Fostering caring and cooperative relationships, Respecting human differences, Pursuing academic excellence, and Cultivating community
Q. What kind of support does Lincoln-Sudbury offer new teachers?
First Year Initiative (FYI) and Mentor Program
Q. How does Lincoln-Sudbury demonstrate that it is committed to teacher diversity?
LSRHS has partnered with MPDE
Q. Any tips for teachers who are interested in applying to Lincoln-Sudbury?
LSRHS posts open positions on SchoolSpring. Click here to view our employment opportunities.