Life in the Upper School
It’s about challenging your mind, pursuing your interests, deepening friendships, building community, and finding your voice.
Life in the Upper School means…
- Learning to be a leader through sports, student government, clubs and special events like the Quaker Youth Leadership Conference
- Discussing and learning about sexuality, gender identities, and related issues, both at Lincoln and in the wider world, through the GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance)
- Getting involved with one or more of the countless clubs at Lincoln: Film Club, Girls Who Code, Debate Club, International Affairs Club, Mock Trial, ASL (American Sign Language), Green Key Society, School Newspaper, Literary Magazine, Improv, A Capella Singing, Chinese Culture Club and more.
- Starting up your own club if you’ve got a great idea!
- Sharing your academic and social plans, victories and challenges with your adviser and advising group.
- Taking your learning beyond the Lincoln Campus, to RISD, Brown, India or Cuba.
- Giving back to the community through the Senior Service Project and service clubs.
- Championing and celebrating the goals of women and girls by helping to plan International Women’s Day and advocating and fundraising for girls who don’t have access to education.