Welcome to Lincoln Heights
Video Tour of Lincoln Heights
In East Waterloo, there is a well-established neighbourhood called Lincoln Heights, whose roots go back more than half a century. Those looking for Waterloo regional homes with character should start their search in Lincoln Heights. The style of the homes reflects the era, with charming war-time homes and expansive yards being the norm. A friendly part of town, with neighbourhoods that get along, Lincoln Heights has a more laid back feel than other parts of Waterloo. The residents of Lincoln Heights range from retired couples to young families, but all share a love of community living. Waterloo residents are attracted to the neighbourhood’s schools and active living.
The Moses Springer Arena is in Lincoln Heights, with a public pool (offering summer swimming lessons) and indoor skating. Parks and walking trails are abundant among mature trees with lots of space to run around or have a game of soccer.
Lincoln Heights will give you easy access to the best of Waterloo, including Uptown Waterloo’s shops and mass transit. It is also just a short drive from the expressway.
Public school students, in grades K-8, living in Lincoln Heights will attend Lincoln Heights Public School. Lincoln Heights offers French immersion. High school students will attend Bluevale Collegiate Institute. St. Agnes Catholic School is within the Lincoln Heights boundaries, serving Catholic students in grades K-8. Catholic High School students are bussed to St. David Catholic Secondary School.
Lincoln Heights Street View
Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Schools
Lincoln Heights Schools
|Ranking||School||Academic Score||Language||Onsite Childcare||Grades|
|3 out of 27||St. Agnes Catholic School||8.1||English||Yes||JK-8|
|4 out of 27||Ecole Elementaire L’Harmonie||8.0||French||Yes||JK-8|
|27 out of 27||Lincoln Heights Public School||4.5||English with French Immersion||No||JK-8|
|Ranking||Name of School||Academic Score||Grades|
|1 out of 6||Bluevale Collegiate Institute||7.8||9-12|
|4 out of 6||St. David Catholic Secondary School||6.7||9-12|
Source: The Fraser Institute. Click here to visit their website.