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Touring Lincoln Prep is the best way to see the transformative educational experience we offer. We believe the highest goal of education is to become good, intellectually and morally.


Welcome to Great Hearts Lincoln Prep, Serving Grades 6-12

Dear Prospective Students, Families, and the East Valley Community, 

Welcome to Lincoln Preparatory Academy, a distinguished member of the Great Hearts Academies network, proudly situated in the dynamic East Valley, serving the communities of Chandler and Gilbert, Arizona. As a tuition-free, public charter school, we are committed to providing an exceptional college preparatory education, founded on an honors-level liberal arts curriculum in the tradition of the finest private schools. Our academy stands as a testament to the transformative power of education, nurturing students’ innate potential and guiding them towards a life of intellectual and moral excellence. 

At Lincoln Prep, we believe in the enduring value of a classical education. Our curriculum is a rich tapestry of the liberal arts and sciences, designed to challenge and inspire our middle and high school students. By engaging with the great works and ideas of Western Civilization, our students develop not only a deep understanding of the world but also the virtues necessary for a profound and philosophical life. Our Latin motto, Verum, Pulchrum, Bonum – Truth, Goodness, and Beauty – encapsulates the essence of our educational philosophy. 

Virtual Tour

Begin your journey into the heart of classical education with just a click. Watch a virtual tour of Lincoln Prep where we foster virtuous scholars and deep thinkers. Witness firsthand how our teachers inspire a passion for lifelong learning, logic, and moral integrity. This isn't merely a tour of our school; it's a gateway to becoming part of a community dedicated to academic excellence and living the values of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty. Discover the unique spirit of Great Hearts—where every lesson shapes well-rounded, virtuous citizens.

Our middle school program lays a strong foundation for classical learning, where students begin to explore the fascinating realms of literature, mathematics, science, history, and languages. This stage of education is crucial in shaping the intellectual and character development of our students. Our curriculum is carefully designed to cultivate critical thinking, articulate expression, and a love for learning, preparing them for the more rigorous studies of high school. 

As students transition to high school, they are met with a curriculum that is both challenging and enriching. Our high school program offers an in-depth study of classical literature, advanced mathematics, comprehensive sciences, and detailed historical analysis. Beyond academic rigor, we emphasize the development of ethical reasoning, intellectual curiosity, and the capacity for self-reflection – qualities essential for success in college and life. 

We invite you to explore Lincoln Preparatory Academy, to learn more about our unique approach to education, and to discover the vibrant community that makes our school a special place. We encourage you to visit our campus, engage with our faculty, and experience the enriching environment that we offer. 

Lincoln Preparatory Academy is more than just a school; it is a community where intellectual curiosity, moral virtue, and academic excellence are nurtured and celebrated. We are excited about the possibility of welcoming you to our family and embarking together on this enriching educational journey. 

We look forward to meeting you and sharing the exceptional experience that Lincoln Preparatory Academy offers. Join us as we continue to shape not only scholars but also virtuous citizens and future leaders of our world.  

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