We could live in Buffalo! What to expect if Mother Nature won't be denied.
The Grade 8 musical presented on Thursday, December 4 at 6:00 p.m. Fun for all ages!
Lower School students participate in a mixed-grade wood building event which emphasizes collaboration and design thinking.
We are asking the Lincoln Community to accept our challenge!
Grade 3 delivers 870 books to the Adams Memorial Library and spends the afternoon with children from Veterans Elementary School celebrating books and storytelling!
Twenty-one Lincoln students spent the day on Saturday, October 18 at Mt. Hope High School in Bristol, RI, debating the pros and cons of several varied topics.
Lincoln School welcomed over 3,000 guests during our 10th Annual Rhode Island Festival of Children's Books & Authors on Saturday, October 18th.
Nearly 30 Middle and Upper School students meet each week for our Girls Who Code clubs.
Redefining Success and Charting Your Own Path: Thoughts from Maris Perlman Castro '05
Shakespeare In the city was featured on Executive Suite 9/28/2014. Paul Brooks and James Koloski of The VETS Foundation discussed how they help small arts groups get into the renovated downtown auditorium.
Hilary Fagan, Director of Admission participates at the Admission Training Institute, Secondary School Admission Test Board's professional development program.
Founder and CFO of Girls Who Code, Reshma Saujani visited Lincoln School on Tuesday, September 23. She met with members of our Girls Who Code clubs and then addressed the Middle and Upper School students and faculty.