Sasha Floru ’20 was named the 2020 Student of the Year by the Rhode Island Foreign Language Association.
You might find Upper School students collaborating with peers to troubleshoot the mechanisms of a student-designed robot, reciting Shakespeare monologues on stage, dissecting the meaning of a nuanced passage in a novel, or learning to fabricate metal sculptures at the Providence Steelyard. Through these experiences they learn that no field is out of their reach, no challenge too big to tackle.
Upper School students craft individualized academic programs based on their interests and passions, built around a robust core curriculum. Small classes allow our faculty to support each student in her intellectual development while fostering an engaging, collaborative, and supportive classroom environment. Over the course of their four years in Upper School, Lincoln students evolve into confident thinkers and doers who attend top colleges and go on to make an impact.
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The Upper School offers a rich and diverse curriculum to students in Grades 9 through 12. Students advance through a challenging academic program that provides an exceptional grounding in English, history, world languages, mathematics, the sciences, technology, visual arts, music, theater, and physical and health education. A wide array of electives, honors courses, and interdisciplinary offerings add depth and breadth to the academic experience and allow students to chart their own course once they have completed core requirements in each discipline.
Upper School News
Dr. Kimberly Arcand, the Visualization Lead for NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, visited with the Lincoln School Parents Association last month to talk about the importance of STEAM education for girls.
In recognition of International Women's Day, we salute and celebrate all the strong, smart, supportive, bold women in our lives, in the Lincoln community, and in the world!
This year, as part of the Independent Study program, students who have embarked on these intellectual journeys have been asked to blog about their experience, sharing their curiosity, academic process, and hopes for discovery with you. Today, we hear from Elise Hasseltine '20 about her Independent Study–#MeToo and the Media.
Amelia Lambert ’20 was honored at the State House this week as one of Rhode Island’s recipients of the Hobey Baker High School Character Award.