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High School Information

Lincoln Park students  can explore their high school options by contacting the schools below. 
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Boonton High School
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Boonton High School Academies
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Morris County Academies
Allied Health Academy at
Pequannock Township High School
Aviation Academy at
Pequannock Township High School
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NOTE: Lincoln Park students are only eligible to attend the Allied Health and Aviation Academies at PTHS. 



For questions regarding high school transportation, please contact the Lincoln Park School District Business Office at or call 973-696-5500 ext. 1003. 


Scholarship Information

Morris County Association of Elementary and Middle School Administrators (MCAEMSA) 

Application Deadline: Postmarked by April 3, 2023


The Mildred Townsend Scholarship Award offers two to three scholarships in the amount of $2,000.00 each.
The Scholarship will be awarded to high school seniors who have been accepted
by a college into a program of Education.

Community Foundation of New Jersey


Dorothy T. Young, a Lincoln Park resident, died on October 30, 1994.  She was eighty-six years old and moved to the borough in 1959.  Mrs. Young was born in Mahonoy City, Pennsylvania and lived in Union City, New Jersey before moving to Lincoln Park.  Prior to her retirement in 1967, she was the national advertising manager for The Hudson Dispatch Newspaper. As part of her last will and testament, she created a scholarship trust fund for Lincoln Park students.  The pertinent part of her last will and testament reads as follows:

"FIFTH: I direct my Executor to establish an Educational Trust ... equal to the sum of $100,000.00 ... All income earned each year by this corpus after payment of Trustee fees and expenses, shall be given as a scholarship to one or more public high school seniors..." who meet the following requirements:

  • The applicant must be a resident of the Borough of Lincoln Park and must have resided there since September 1st of their sophomore year in high school.
  • The applicant must have completed two marking periods of their senior year at a public high school.
  • The applicant must have an 'A' average in a college preparatory mathematics or science class for the first two marking periods of their senior year and must maintain the 'A' average throughout their senior year.
  • The applicant must have been accepted to an accredited, four-year college or university to pursue a major in mathematics and/or science.
  • The applicant must complete the attached application; provide a high school transcript through the third marking period of senior year; provide one college acceptance letter indicating pursuit of any mathematics or science field of study; and provide two (2) letters of recommendation.