Award-winning poet, writer, actor, and author Carlos Andrés Gómez shared his wisdom and view of the world with the Lincoln School community.
Our teachers, many of whom have advanced degrees, make Lincoln a rigorous and rewarding place to learn.
Learning at Lincoln goes beyond our campus, to Brown University, RISD, the Providence Steel Yard, Narragansett Bay — even India and Cuba.
Lincoln launches its graduates into lives of meaning and purpose. Meet some of the inspiring women who got their start here.
Nothing fosters confidence like single-sex education. At Lincoln, girls are free to achieve, explore and tackle challenges fearlessly.
Our head of school and board of directors push Lincoln to be bold and innovate, building on a foundation of excellence.
Education at Lincoln is grounded in a fundamental belief in the value of each individual, the willingness to learn from each other and the importance of taking time for reflection.
Grads of all-girls schools are 6x more likely to consider majoring in math, science and technology than girls who attended co-ed schools.
The Rhode Island Festival for Children's Books and Authors is an annual event hosted at Lincoln School for the whole community to enjoy.