Though the weather outside is still a bit frightful, the summer will be here before we know it! It's the perfect time to plan in which Lincoln camps your children will be participating.
News & Events
Something exciting is always happening at Lincoln. From our Speaker Series to the accomplishments of our students, alumnae, and faculty, to our involvement in greater Providence and beyond, our news and events reflect who we are—a vibrant community of learners, thinkers, and doers.
Second-grader Logan Green called into one of her favorite podcasts, "Wow in the World" and gave a shout out to Lincoln School. The topic was “Operation Earth: How to be Cool To a Planet That’s Hot.” The hosts Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas engaged children about climate change, what it is and why it is bad news for planet earth.
Congratulations to four students for receiving awards at the Small Independent Schools Art League Art Show (SISAL). This exposition is a juried show which incorporates Middle and Upper School art from 18 independent schools from Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Meet Shannon Lambert, Math department head, beloved Lincoln teacher for 20 years, and dispeller of stereotypes about girls and math.
The Rhode Island Foundation named Kate Davis Lentz '84 a 2018 Carter Fellow for Entrepreneurial Innovation.
Stefanie Casinelli Taylor ’97, longtime owner and president of Gennaro, a Rhode Island-based family jewelry company, recently launched her own accessory brand, ZAXIE by Stefanie Taylor. Learn more about her philosophy of women's empowerment, and her committment to allowing each and every woman wherever she is to find her beautiful.
An amazing collection of works by Lincoln students from the very youngest to those who are about to move on to the next chapter in their lives. Paintings, drawings, ceramics, photography, sculpture and much more.
Dina’s short story “A Big True” published in the summer 2017 issue of The Southern Review was selected for Best American Short Stories 2018 by Roxane Gay. Dina will speak at Lincoln on Monday, April 23 at 7 p.m. Reserve a seat today.
Please join us in welcoming the 2018 Joseph R. and Jeffrey R Paolino speaker, Dina Nayeri. An Iranian American novelist, essayist, and short story writer, Dina has written two novels, A Teaspoon of Earth and Tea(2014) and Refuge (2017) and many stories and essays.
This year’s Innovation Nation, a three-day Middle School design thinking intensive, brought new challenges, thought-provoking problem solving, and some fresh faces to Lincoln School. Lincoln girls split up into groups, and after learning the basics of human-centered design (empathize, define, ideate, prototype, test), they set out to tackle some real-world problems with big ideas.