• Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School
  • Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School
  • Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School

Immunization Requirements

August 4, 2016

All students must have the required immunizations prior to the first day of school. Students who do not have the required shots prior to the first day of school will not be allowed to attend. Please be sure to provide the school Nurse with an updated shot record prior to August 23rd.  There are new immunization […]

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Open Spaces in 1st Grade

We currently have open spaces available in 1st grade. If you are interested in enrolling your child please contact our Registrar Mrs. Pondexter at 301-808-5600.  Slots are available on a first come first serve basis.

2016-2017 Charter School Lottery

The lottery for the 2016-2017 school year is now closed. Thank you for your interest in our charter program, please check back in November of 2016 when the lottery reopens for the 2017 - 2018 school year.


  • You must obtain a Prince George’s County Public School student number for your child (this number is required to complete the charter school lottery application) to obtain a student number contact the school assigned for your home address to make arrangements to obtain a student number.
  • Take your child’s original birth certificate and your proof of Prince George’s County resident (you may use one of the following deed, settlement papers, lease, or rental agreement) if you have residence other than the aforementioned please call the Pupil Accounting School Boundaries Office at 301.952.6300.
  • Maryland State Law requires that a child be 5 years of age on or before September 1 to enter Kindergarten. We must abide by this law; therefore, if your child will be 5 years of age AFTER September 1 you cannot apply for lottery placement to a Charter School for Kindergarten.

Back to School Night

Grades Kindergarten through 4th grade - Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Grades 5th through 8th grade - Friday, September 9, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

 Click here to read the latest school news and updates. You may also read our latest school newsletter here.

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Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School is a member of Imagine Schools, a full-service charter school management organization that operates more than 70 schools across the nation and helps nearly 80,000 parents and guardians educate their children.

Welcome to Imagine Lincoln!

Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School, in Temple Hills, Md., provides a challenging learning environment for students at the elementary and middle school levels. Our goal is to develop dynamic individuals through hard work, academic achievement, and character education.

We offer a high-quality, rigorous curriculum and moral development in a safe, nurturing learning environment. We set high expectations for every student and professional staff member alike, and we seek continuous improvement through parental and community involvement.

Continue to check this site for updates and the latest news and information about our school. And we invite you to contact us with questions at info@imaginelincoln.org.

Mission & Vision

The mission of Imagine Lincoln Public Charter School is to provide students with a world-class learning opportunity by creating a caring learning environment, developing the intellect and morality of our students, and preparing children for lives of leadership in a rapidly changing world. Our vision is to develop world-class leaders for tomorrow.


Changes to Breakfast this Year

The all inclusive free breakfast program that our scholars received in the 2015 – 2016 school year will not be available this year. The federally funded program doesn’t currently have the funds to support our school for 2016 – 2017. Students will still have the ability to purchase breakfast everyday for a fee.  Please note that the all inclusive program offered last year is separate of the Free and Reduced Lunch Program that families must qualify.  For more information regarding the Free and Reduced Lunch Program please click here.

2016 – 2017 School Supply List

Supply List 2016-2017

Join Us, Read Across America

March 2nd we will celebrate Dr. Seuss and “Read Across America Day.” Mr. Malbon is leading the planning committee and is seeking volunteers to visit our classes to read a book or two and/or dress in a Seuss themed character. Our Board of Directors are also hosting our very first Read-A-Thon as an incentive and fundraiser. Our Read-A-Thon kicked off during winter break and will continue through March 2nd. Please ask your friends, family, neighbors, etc. to help us to raise funds through sponsorship for reading books with your child(ren).


W.A.T.C.H D.O.G Dads!!!

W.A.T.C.H  D.O.G.S is a one of a kind national school based program that works to support education and safety. Through volunteering efforts dads and other male figures engage with students and serve as a positive role model in the school. 

Thank you to the fathers, step-fathers, uncles, brothers, etc. who joined us for our Kick Off meeting on November 23, 2015. With over 50 men joining us, it was a pure delight to see so many males interested in participating in our program. All participants should sign up for 1 day to volunteer on our campus. If you are interested and missed the meeting, please contact Mrs. Mboma or Mr. Kornegay at 301-808-5600 or raeshauna.mboma@pgcps.org and khayree.kornegay@pgcps.org.