Our three student designers, Brigitte Lynch-Johnson '21, Maeve McEnroe '19 and Willa Summers '18, and student model Shayna Goldstein '18, went on the record about their design techniques, unique perspectives, and the stories they tell with their creations.
Admission News & Events
There is no doubt that Black Panther is a critical work of art and pop culture for many reasons—not the least of which that it promises to leave a lasting effect on future generations of girls and young women interested in STEAM fields.
Today's spotlight shines on Bessie Coleman, 1892–1926, who in 1921 became the first African American woman in the world to receive her pilot's license.
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.
The members of Lincoln School's The Plaid Post, a student-written and student-run publication, recently got a chance to interview one of Lincoln's most famous alumnae, Meredith Vieira '71!
In partnership with Tufts University's DevTech Research Lab, children and families in Gingko to Grade 2 will be participating in a fun-filled day of coding on February 24 that will help contribute to cutting-edge educational research.
Maintaining their position as the #1 Model United Nations team in the state, Lincoln School's team took home three awards at BOSMUN in Boston this past weekend.
To celebrate Black History Month, we are taking a page from one of our favorite children's books, Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History by Vashti Harrison. Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history.
After a protracted Middle School spelling bee that seemed to last eons, Pelumi Egunjobi won first place!