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Lincoln is proud to be named a Safe Sports School – 1st Team by the National Athletic Trainers' Association, the only school in the state of RI to receive such a designation!
Please register to walk or run in the Lincoln sponsored 5K to benefit The Cure Starts Now. This race is in memory of Nicole Mackintosh '20. We are looking for walkers, runners and volunteers!
Last week, Middle and Upper School students had the opportunity to hear from Olympic rower, entrepreneur, and author Ginny Gilder.
Read all about the nearly constant stream of student achievements we've learned about in the new year, from getting published, placing in contests, winning scholarships, getting accepted into prestigious summer and semester programs, and much more!
Lincoln School is excited to welcome our 2015 Commencement Speaker, Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea (P '21 '24 '28).
Lincoln's "Introduction to Engineering" course in partnership with Brown University's School of Engineering and the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning is well underway. Click here to read more about what our students have worked on so far.
Boston area alumnae ushered in Spring with a festive gathering at the Empire Restaurant and Lounge in Boston on Wednesday, April 15th.
This year's International Women's Community Curriculum Day included speakers and workshops centered around the theme of "#LikeAGirl: Reclaiming and Defining Feminism for Ourselves."
The 2nd Annual Paolino Presentation featured political scientist, human rights activist, and first female candidate for President of Somalia (2016) Fadumo Dayib on Wednesday night.
Lincoln and 5 of our peer schools have organized a benefit concert in partnership with the Foundation for West Africa to help eradicate Ebola in rural parts of West Africa featuring Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars.
13 students + two 15-hour flights = 1 amazing journey. But it isn't over yet!
Visit the Lincoln Robotics table at this free event. Lots to do and see--hands-on demonstrations, exhibits and activities presented by industry, universities, community and school groups. All ages welcome!
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.
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