On Friday, faculty, staff, families, and Lower, Middle, and Upper School Divisions gathered together in the Wheeler Gymnasium for an All-School Silent Meeting led by the 5th grade class.
Lincoln's Middle and Upper School Girls Who Code Clubs featured in lead story on RIPR this morning.
Congratulations to six winners who competed against at least 44 private, charter and parochial schools from around the state of RI!
What to expect if Mother Nature won't be denied.
Lincoln School is dedicated to educating girls and young women and to fostering leaders of the future. Our celebration of diversity speaks to the heart of our mission to educate girls and young women and foster leaders of the future. Through the events and activities that take place on Morgan Stone '00 Day, we hope to inspire students to take command of their futures and initiate change in their communities.
7th grade history classes enjoyed a lively historical performance this morning by our very own Mr. Ely and Ms. Macaulay about the inception of the industrial revolution in the United States.
Congratulations to all those who performed in yesterday's 2015 Annual Shakespeare Competition!
Faculty and students work together to unpack, build, and wire Lincoln's new 3-D printer.
6 members of the Class of 2016 visited William D'Abate Elementary School yesterday in continuation of the Junior Class Reading Program.
Mock Trial performs excellently, narrowly losing its second trial against Barrington High School yesterday.