Lincoln-Way North High School
Opening in the fall of 2008, Lincoln-Way North High School draws students from Frankfort, Mokena and parts of Tinley Park. Principal Michael Gardner graduated the school's first senior class in May 2010.
Along with the school's core classes, Lincoln-Way North offers advance placement classes and programs in consumer science, agriculture and Air Force Junior R.O.T.C. The school also runs a writing center designed to help students improve their communication skills for class and college entry essays.
In athletics, the Phoenix compete in the Southwest Suburban Conference, and the school's sports rosters includes a diverse offering that includes staples such as football and basketball as well as badminton, water polo, lacrosse and golf. The school's Fine Arts Center also hosts professional community productions, including concerts by the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra.
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Number of students: 1850
- Public/Private: Public
- Accreditation/licenses: Illinois State Board of Education and North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of faculty: 115 certified members, 65 percent with Master's degrees
- Grade levels: 9-12
- Features: Computer lab, Sports facilities
- Extracurricular activities available: Yes
- Student clubs: More than 30 activities and clubs, including National Honor Society, Key Club, chess team, a literary magazine, a 100-member marching band (Marching Phoenix) and others.
- Sports teams: More than 28 sports, including bowling, football, baseball, basketball, water polo, badminton and others.