The November 22, 2017 issue of The New Yorker, the Tech Issue, features a cover that touches on something we've long known at Lincoln School: in order to remedy the gender imbalance in tech fields, you have to start early and often.
News & Events
Something exciting is always happening at Lincoln. From our Speaker Series to the accomplishments of our students, alumnae, and faculty, to our involvement in greater Providence and beyond, our news and events reflect who we are—a vibrant community of learners, thinkers, and doers.
Lincoln was abuzz this week with recent graduates home for the holidays returning to campus visit, some of whom were lucky enough to snag a traditional sweet treat: friendship bread!
Once again topping Architect Magazine's Top 50 Firms chart, NADAAA took home fourth place this year. Katie Faulkner '83, founder and principal of NADAAA, is no stranger to being at the top of this list—this is the 5th year the firm has been ranked one of the best.
Grade 4 learned about the explorations of Prince Henry, Magellen, Columbus & Desoto and taught the class about their discoveries.
Congratulations to Lincoln's field hockey team for receiving the RI Field Hockey Officials Association 2017 Gladys Brightman Sportswomanship Award.
Four Lincoln students participated in the PBS High School Quiz Show: Rhode Island on Saturday as the first all-female team ever. This was a two-day single elimination tournament among eight qualifying high school teams.
Lincoln was well represented at the Brown University Simulation of the United Nations (BUSUN) this weekend. Students from around the world participated on the Brown campus for a weekend of informed, exciting debate. A central feature was to introduce delegates to issues and subject matters that may be less well-known but nonetheless important with a goal of building the foundations for becoming critical thinkers and articulate and diplomatic speakers.
Women in the Global Economy, a course designed to build competence and confidence in all areas of personal and global economics, forged a partnership with a visit from Richard McDonald, cofounder and COO of Finnest, a startup dedicated to helping kids and teens become stars with saving, growing, and responsibly spending money.
Lincoln School and Sophia Academy's Girls Hack the World event, the first all-girls hackathon in Rhode Island, was featured in the latest issue of the Ocean State Higher Education Economic Development and Administrative Network (OSHEAN)'s eCurrent.
This year's Lincoln School's Open House, held Sunday, November 5, boasted one of the biggest turnouts in recent years. Hundreds of families came through the red doors to learn more about Little, Lower, Middle, and Upper schools from students, faculty, and staff.