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Lincoln Academy

Lincoln Academy

(877) 523-4756

Lincoln Academy

7 years in business
12605 East Freeway, Suite 508
Houston, TX 77015
Fax Numbers
  • (281) 459-9934
Additional Phone Numbers
  • (713) 330-8505
Additional Website Addresses
BBB File Opened: 02/09/2011
Business Started: 02/16/2010
Type of Entity
Business Management
  • Mr. David Lubbat, Owner
Business Category
  • Schools - Home Study


Government Action

Attorney General Greg Abbott Freezes Assets of Alleged Houston Diploma Mills

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has resolved the State’s enforcement action against a purported “academy” that falsely claimed to be an accredited educational institution. The agreement, which was memorialized in a final agreed judgment issued by a Harris County state district court, requires the operators of Houston-based Lincoln Academy to permanently shut down the ... Read More

Pattern of Complaint

Beginning June 2012, BBB of Greater Houston & South Texas initiated an investigation into an emerging pattern of complaints filed against Lincoln Academy.

Consumer complaints alleged the the online school claimed it was an accredited school -- even offering a money back guarantee for its high school diplomas.  However, when consumers applied to colleges, universities or for employment, they were informed the diploma was invalid.

BBB recommends ... Read More

Out of Business

According to information in BBB files, this business is no longer in business.


This company specializes in high school diploma programs.

BBB Reason for Ratings

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Based on BBB files, this business has a BBB Rating of No Rating. The reason is as follows:
This business has no rating because it is out of business.

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Lincoln Academy


Lincoln Academy

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