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!
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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 Tuesday, May 15, Shakespeare in the City celebrated its 10th production! This year's play, Othello, was smashing success, featuring students from 20 Providence schools in Grades 2 through 12.
Lincoln's Language department had a banner year in the national exams! In Latin, Spanish, and French, Lincoln's Middle and Upper schoolers received a total of 148 recognitions!
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.
Sophia Academy and Lincoln School recently completed Girls Hack the World 2018, the second annual collaborative hackathon between the two all-girls' schools, dedicated this year to helping solve the issues that girls face worldwide.
The 2018 10-Minute Play Festival, a huge success last week, is a production entirely written, directed, and run by students, that showcases the thoughtful talent and strong, courageous voices of Lincoln girls.
This Mother's Day, we want to give a big shout-out to all the moms in the Lincoln community! Whether you are one, have one, or are missing one, this Mother's Day we recognize and thank all the mothers out there for all they are and all they do to enrich our lives.
Marcia Taylor, the beloved music teacher and member of the performing arts faculty for over 20 years, was recently awarded the Dorothy W. Gifford Chair award in recognition of teaching excellence.