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As the only girls' school based on Quaker values in the United States, Lincoln honors the value of each individual while centering the Quaker values of Simplicity, Peace, Integrity, Community, Equality, and Stewardship (S.P.I.C.E.S).

International Students

Lincoln School welcomes international applications from high-school-aged girls requiring an I-20 to study in the United States. Lincoln is a top choice for international students looking for a rigorous and experiential high school experience, one that will enhance opportunities beyond graduation. Although Lincoln School is not a boarding school, Lincoln’s partner, Apex International Education Partners, works with each prospective student’s family to coordinate home stays during their academic experience at Lincoln. 

Applicants will be asked to provide the following information:

  • International Student Application
  • Official school transcript from current school
  • TOEFL Test Score Report
  • Teacher recommendations from current English and Mathematics teachers
  • Virtual or in-person interview with Lincoln Admission Office 
  • Copy of passport
  • Verification of funding to cover full annual tuition and fees
  • Verification of student health insurance

  • A non-refundable application fee of $60

Once a completed application is received, the Admission Committee will review the application for admission and a decision will be provided, following our overall application and decision timeline. If the student is admitted to Lincoln School, an official acceptance letter and enrollment contract will be provided via email. Once the enrollment contract is signed and the required deposit is paid, an I-20 form will be created and mailed to the student. Proof of health insurance is required upon enrollment.

International students attending Lincoln School are offered the opportunity to reside at a homestay arranged by Apex International Education Partners or secure their own local housing and transportation. Lincoln School cannot coordinate living arrangements with host families. For more information about living at AIEP, please contact: Christine Zhang: 

Still have questions? Contact Lincoln’s Admission Office at or 401.331.9696.