Parents and guardians of Lincoln School students have diverse and meaningful opportunities at Lincoln to assist in making the educational lives of their children rewarding and successful. These include planned programs and activities designed for parents to communicate with educators and advisors about student educational progress, and to learn about important issues and milestones, such as the college process.
There are numerous other ways for parents to join in participating in school life. For instance, the Lincoln School Parents Association is an organization that meets during the school year to facilitate communication between home and school, to enrich the quality of life for students, to share concerns, to support other parents, and to celebrate the importance of education. Additionally, parents have an opportunity to advocate for the arts through BRAVO, to volunteer through the Admissions Office, and to participate in developing forums on educational issues facing parents through the Parent Action Committee (PAC).
We encourage you to learn more about the parent partnership at Lincoln School, and to share in the excitement and satisfaction of participating in our school community.