Lincoln School Providence

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Campus Master Plan

A Plan in Mind

Investing in our facilities is critical for supporting our programs and faculty and providing the best educational experience for students.

We're evaluating and addressing Lincoln's Providence facility needs for the next decade and beyond, in collaboration with LLB Architects.


Constituency Engagement:

Master planning is an interactive process where the needs of the community influence the future campus plan.

Engagement to date includes:

Alumnae, Parent, Student, and Faculty surveys

Regular Steering Committee Meetings

Guiding Principles

Invest in visible improvements for key program and strategy iniatives.

Embrace design philosophy for Lincoln as a place where "tradition meets innovation."

Retain distinctive character, charm, and green spaces to enhance exposure to nature.

Improve space usage for 21st-century skills and pedagogy: more group collaboration and project-based learning.

Improve connectivity of buildings and spaces, and enable better circulation given linearity and current footprint, with improved handicap access.

Ensure facilities are more sustainable and resilient.

Goals:

Identify facilities projects to support Lincoln's strategic priorities, enrollment expectations, and constituent needs.

Assess current facilities and recommend prioritization for repairs, renovations, modernizations, and new facilities.

Think aspirationally and practically.


Interactive Workshops with:

  • Upper School
  • Middle School
  • Lower School
  • Little School Admin
  • Science/STEAM
  • Athletics
  • Head of School
  • Administration
  • Trustees

Outcomes

By late July 2016, Lincoln will have a final report outlining concepts, including cost estimates, phasing and priorization.

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