The Mission of the Engineering and Construction Academy is: To Build a Workforce for California.



Lincoln High School’s Engineering and Construction Academy is a school within a school that provides educational opportunities for students interested in pursuing a career in the Building Trades and Construction Industry. The Academy has rigorous academic coursework, relevant hands-on training, and career paths that are directly related to the construction trades. Students in our Engineering and Construction Academy are enrolled in UC/CSU approved English classes with contextualized curriculum that is both rigorous and relevant to the Building Trades and Construction Industry. Academy students are also concurrently enrolled in the appropriate level math classes in which the curriculum is related to real world projects in construction.

The Engineering and Construction Academy staff is dedicated to educating and preparing all students for productive adulthood. Academy students must complete four years of high school English, three years of math, two years of science (Physical and Earth Science, and Biology), two years of Physical Education, World Geography, Health and Psychology, World History, U.S. History, American Government, and Economics. Additionally, all Academy graduates must pass the California High School Exit Exam.

Students pursue one of four career paths: Wood Products and Cabinetry, Mechanical Construction, Construction Technology, and/or Residential and Commercial Construction. Each demanding discipline requires mastery of its own industry specific skill sets.

Finally, the Academy’s facilities are designed to function as a textbook, educating students about the various components of a building by exposing the plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems and featuring the masonry, fire sprinklers, carpentry and green technology applications of construction.

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The new Academy provides a comprehensive and sequenced course of study that integrates rigorous academics.

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Residential and Commercial Construction Career Path
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23 February 2012
Chief Hails Lincoln
California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said he had been waiting a long time to tour Lincoln High School's Engineering and Construction Academy. This week, Torlakson's wait came to an end. Torlakson, 62, visited the academy in a move that dovetailed with his...
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5 January 2012
Students dog's and deputies' best friend
Lincoln High fundraiser puts four paws back on street STOCKTON - There's a new Hoss in town, a brown 65-pound Malinois who understands Dutch, speaks in barks and owes his presence in Stockton to high school students who joined forces to replace a fallen hero. Hoss, the San Joaquin County...
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3 January 2012
Lincoln High Building the Future
Lincoln High students lay foundations for their careers while helping the community STOCKTON - Sometimes, the frame of a house can be much more than simply the skeleton of someone's future living space. Sometimes it can be a training ground, a hands-on classroom or the beginning of the...
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29 July 2011
Lincoln High Building the Future
Time was running out for Devin Duaime to achieve the goal he pursued for nearly a year at the California State Fair in the Industrial and Technology Education ...
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