Lincolnville is conveniently located with Highway US-56 running through the east side of town. McPherson, El Dorado and Emporia are all under an hour from town. Lincolnville is home to 189 (2019) residents, and has a small town feel with access to larger cities.
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The Centre School District was established in 1958 and is a rural community consisting of 400 square miles along the scenic Flint Hills of Kansas. It is comprised of the six communities of Lincolnville, Lost Springs, Ramona, Tampa and Pilsen located in Marion county and Burdick in Morris county. The district's location is ideally located, about an hour drive from the center of several larger cities including Salina, Manhattan, Emporia and Wichita. The K-12 building is located on a 25-acre tract off Highway 77, two miles north of Lincolnville. Centre has been on the cutting edge of creating an engaging learning environment for students. People have come from across the state to visit the little school in the middle of the wheat field to see what "could be" for students and to get ideas for student engagement, which includes:
Centre also houses the Kansas Online Learning Program which is a virtual learning environment that allows non-traditional students a way to earn their high school diploma or work on furthering their education in an at-home setting.
Lincolnville is home to St. John’s Lutheran Church, and surrounding towns like McPherson and El Dorado offer a variety of attractions:
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