VoiceBox

Recording, making original digital music on iPads , radio theater performance, conducting a formal interview, anchoring a radio program--it's all in a day's work in VoiceBox! Read more

Artistic Expression

Eighteen students in grades 6-12 participated in the first week of our partnership with the Providence Steel Yard. Choosing between jewelry making or metalworking, students utilized tools and chemicals to create a collection or project of their own. Pictures

She Begins

The class of 2016 celebrated confidence and humor at their commencement ceremony on June 9. #graduatelikeagirl
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Beauty Tips Not Included

Check out "girl," a new publication for young women produced through a pilot program at Lincoln. The blog tackles cultural issues with interviews and stories beyond the school's doors. #reportlikeagirl Read now!

On the Air

Listen to Head of School Suzanne Fogarty talk about moving beyond the confines of the Advanced Placement curriculum on Rhode Island Public Radio. Fogarty discussed the decision with RIPR's News Director Elisabeth Harrison. #talklikeagirl

Down by the Shore

A visit to Save The Bay plays to the senses in a way that immerses the girls in their natural habitat. This month third and fifth graders huddled over buckets, looking for signs of life along the rocky shoreline in Providence. #explorelikeagirl Read more

Love Was in the Air

Shakespeare in the City did it again! Featuring 33 Lincoln students, their rendition of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Veterans Memorial Auditorium played to a full house and earned a standing ovation. #actlikeagirl Read more 

The Motivator

Dan Gorriaran, who joined Lincoln as the crew coach this season, has won Head of the Charles 14 times in the double scull. That continued determination applies on the water with the girls. #rowlikeagirl
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Partnered Up

In the news! Brown University reports on its engineering partnership with Lincoln, allowing the girls to take a college-level course. #engineerlikeagirl Read article

Cool Girl

Rebecca Arvanites '03 returned to Lincoln to share her experience with students through the Alumnae Speaker Series and to show them that engineering is fun. Arvanites is a flight director at Boeing Satellite Systems. #directlikeagirl Read more 

Making Memories

Lincoln's summer program features four camps for girls, including acting, squash, robotics and surfing. Plus, our coed Little Lynx for ages three through six! #playlikeagirl Read more

Confidence • Leadership • Resilience

An All Girls Quaker Independent School for Grades 1-12 and Co-ed Infant-Kindergarten

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