Renaissance

  • Renaissance is a paramount program here on the Lindbergh campus, as its mission is to recognize academic excellence. From the very start, the Renaissance Program was designed to bring the spirit and “hoopla” which typically surrounds athletics to our most important endeavor; education.

    We are focused on student achievement and have dedicated ourselves to individualizing education to meet the needs of each student. With academic success as our priority, it is only natural that we take time to recognize accomplishments. Some awards are definitive in nature and have specific, rigorous requirements; however, other awards such as the Teacher’s Choice Award, allow for complete individualism as instructor’s determine criteria and use this award to recognize a job well done.

    Be proud of your student for standing out among the crowd, for dedicating themselves to their own education, for connecting with a staff member and for making Lindbergh a better place.

Award Qualifications

  • Any Lindbergh High School student who meets the criteria listed below at the end of a semester will receive a Renaissance Award. Every student has the opportunity to achieve at least one award. Students must be in good standing throughout the course of the semester in order to be eligible to receive an award.

    Platinum Award                                                 

    • 4.0 and above GPA
    • 4's or 3’s in effort and conduct
    • Grades: A, B, C and PS

    Gold Award

    • 3.5-3.99 GPA
    • 4’s or 3’s in effort and conduct
    • Grades: A, B, C and PS

    Green Award

    • 3.0-3.49 GPA
    • 4’s or 3’s in effort and conduct
    • Grades: A, B, C and PS

    Academic Medals

    • Lindbergh Medal: Presented to seniors with seven semesters of PL achievement

    GPA Improvement Award

    • .5 increase in GPA
    • 4’s or 3’s in effort and conduct

    Perfect Attendance Award

    • No absences during the semester (excluding absences for school-related activities)
    • 4’s or 3’s in effort and conduct

    Man of the Year, Woman of the Year

    Presented to the male and female senior students who best exemplify the following:

    • Scholarship
    • Leadership
    • Character
    • Citizenship
    • Community Service