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!
Lincoln is excited to welcome director, writer, and producer Catherine Wigginton Greene; political scientist, human rights activist, and candidate for President of Somalia Fadumo Dayib; Olympic rower, entrepreneur, and author Ginny Gilder; and founder and CEO of GoldieBlox Debbie Sterling to campus in the coming weeks and months!
Nearly 75 Middle & Upper School students and faculty/staff members put on an amazing performance of "The Sound of Music" this past weekend.
Out of over 1.5M PSAT-takers, Sammy Chu '15 has been named a National Merit Finalist by the National Merit Scholarship Program!
Check out Lincoln's Day, Specialty, and Athletic Camp co-ed and single-sex options (ages 3-17) for Summer 2015 and register today!
The newest member of our Tech Team, Technology Specialist Alayna Golden Martin '07, talks about Tech Central, also new to Lincoln this year, located at the center of activity for students, faculty, and staff in the Elwood E. Leonard Library.
Students Rose Maso '16 and Laura Souza '17 reflect on Morgan Stone '00 Day 2015.
Nora Grimes '15 performs in State Shakespeare Competition – organized by our very own Middle and Upper School English teacher Martha Douglas-Osmundson – at the Columbus Theatre this past Saturday!
Congratulations to Lincoln's 17 young artists showing their work at the Hera Gallery in the 27th Young Adults' Exhibition and to Brooke Lundgren '15 for placing 2nd in the Juried Show this past Saturday.
Camilla Ledezma '19 takes first place in the RI Independent School Scripps Spelling Bee at The Pennfield School this morning!
16 Lincoln students participated in the 14th Annual Boston Invitational Model United Nations Conference (BosMUN) from February 6th through 8th.
Bridging the classroom and the community, the city and the sea: Lincoln partners with Save the Bay.