As a school, Lincoln is shaped daily by the passion and brilliance of its faculty and staff, and this year we’d like to help you–our community–get to know them a bit better!
Middle School at Lincoln means classrooms, hallways, art spaces, sports fields, science labs, and performance spaces bustling with student activity, the exchange of ideas, and girls doing what they do best in these years: learning by doing, experimenting, and communicating. The result? Middle Schoolers who are big thinkers: smart, funny, thoughtful, courageous, and kind.
In addition to their core academic classes, Middle School students choose from enrichment electives such as chorus, musical ensemble, visual art, and robotics. Together they participate in high ropes courses and community building, experience week-long engineering immersion programs, and, as eighth graders, travel to New York to visit the United Nations as the culmination of a human rights course. Outside of class, Middle School girls can explore their interests through extracurricular activities like the athletics, dramatic arts, and more.
Debbie Hanney | Middle School Director | email@example.com
The Middle School Curriculum
Middle School Life
Middle School News
Rooted in the Center for Justice, Peace, and Global Citizenship’s three spheres of social justice–racial, environmental, and gender–the CAFE Collective will provide Middle School students the opportunity to address their own identity and work towards thoughtful community action.
Lincoln School’s Visual Arts Department is proud to announce that nine students were presented with Scholastic Art Awards from the Rhode Island Art Education Association (RIAEA)!
Learn more about the process that leads to the performances in the Grade 8 Fringe Festival in this guest blog post by Martha Douglas-Osmundson.
Lincoln School has a lot of treasured traditions that draw our community–past, present, and future–together, and today we invite you to take a behind-the-scenes look at Lumina, which leads us into Winter Break.