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Surabhi Iyer '17 and Madison Kelly '17 have been selected to attend the highly competitive New England Young Writers' Conference on Middlebury College's Bread Loaf Mountain Campus in Vermont this May!
Our 73-member Middle School chorus gave an excellent performance during the 2015 Independent School Choral Festival and concert on Tuesday.
19 works by 14 Upper School Lincoln artists are on display at the 2015 Central Congregational Church Art Show in Providence, now through March 30th.
Lincoln presented a screening of the documentary film "I'm Not Racist... Am I?" to the Upper School community on Monday afternoon and again that evening for the general public, both followed by Q&A sessions with Director Catherine Wigginton Greene.
14 Middle and Upper School students and 4 faculty chaperones took advantage of the snowy season and had a weekend filled with winter outdoor fun at Loon Mountain Resort in Lincoln, NH!
Camilla Ledezma '19 competed in the 2015 Rhode Island State Spelling Bee at Lincoln Middle School this past Saturday.
17 Upper School students participated in Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Ximedica in Providence last Thursday.
The 4th Grade participated in Colonial Sampler Day this past Friday where they showcased their research projects on colonial America and had the opportunity to sample some traditional activities that would have been practiced during that time.
Last Thursday the entire Middle School traveled to Exchange City, an experiential learning program facilitated by Education in Action and located in Providence that gives students a basic understanding of government, economics, and financial literacy in addition to workforce skills.
Director of Technology, Upper School Robotics Teacher, and Middle and Upper School Girls Who Code Clubs Advisor Doug Alexander acknowledged for his support and encouragement of young women's interest in computing and information technology!
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