Graduates of single-sex education rate themselves much higher in intellectual self-confidence, writing ability, and public speaking ability, all skills that are vital to success in education and beyond.

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.

Lincoln School New Faculty & Staff 2018

Meet the newest faces of Lincoln School's talented faculty and staff! From Lower School to Upper School, from the courts of the WNBA to the shores of St. Croix, Lincoln School continues to attract the best and brightest teachers, coaches, staff, and leaders.

Going Global: Cuba Program 2018 Wrap Up

Another amazing Cuba Program adventure is officially in the books! The 10-day program was a deep-dive into the Cuban culture and the arts from Havana to Viñales and back again.

Four Ways For Women to Lead Fearlessly

Ever wonder how to lead fearlessly? Read on for some expert advice in an excerpt from Head of School Suzanne Fogarty's recent talk at the Wonder Women! Leadership + Design conference! 

Bridging the Gap: Two Class of 2018 Graduates Make Their Mark

At Lincoln School, we believe in bold minds that forge their own paths. Two such minds are members of the Class of 2018, Portia Gaitskell and Lynn Villarica, who have big plans to thrive at prestigious schools after Lincoln, but not before taking some time to make their mark on far corners of the world.

On Our Minds May 2018: Speaking Up and Speaking Out

Maureen Devlin, Head of Lower School, and Suzanne Fogarty, Head of School, share their perspective on all the exciting and innovative initiatives taking place in Nursery–Grade 5. With a combined 55 years of experience in education, from New Mexico to New York City, from Brookline to Brooklyn, we highlight independent school teaching and learning at its best.

Lincoln girls speak up and speak out. We’ve seen it firsthand, from our youngest students to our rising seniors, and each time we ask: how do they find the courage to state their opinions (and they have many!) and share their ideas? Certainly a few are natural extroverts, unafraid to stand in front of their peers and say what’s on their mind, but for others, using and trusting their own voice is a learned skill. Boldness can be born, but here at Lincoln, we know it also can be built.