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Graduates of single-sex education rate themselves much higher in intellectual self-confidence, writing ability, and public speaking ability, all skills that are vital to success in education and beyond.


Lincoln school head Suzanne Fogarty is a strong advocate for interdisciplinary learning, global education, and community partnerships, spearheading our relationships with Brown, RISD, Save the Bay, and World Leadership School. Before joining Lincoln, she served as head of Berkeley Carroll’s Upper School. Suzanne also taught in the Lower School at St. Ann’s School and the Brearley School.

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January 2017 | Archive


Exciting things are already afoot this year at Lincoln! I’m pleased to share that on New Year’s Day I was included in an incredible lineup of Rhode Islanders who were named “R.I. Innovators: 11 Trailblazers to Follow in 2017” by the Providence Journal. It is thanks to the collaborative work of the Lincoln School community that I received this honor.

Additionally, Lincoln was featured shortly thereafter in a January 6 Providence Business News article entitled “Hands-on science learning boosts girls’ confidence,” which showcases the new STEAM Hub for Girls facility as a strong example of interdisciplinary learning, highlighting that Lincoln is at the forefront of girls’ education.

These articles speak to the distinctive strength of our academic programs, and signal that our growth is catching attention. As you may recall, I sent a letter last month announcing that we’ve raised $2 million to fast track the groundbreaking of the STEAM Hub for Girls. I am excited to share that we’ve secured $3 million to-date, and the momentum continues to build.

Stay tuned for more updates on all that is happening at Lincoln!

All my best,



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