New research shows what we've long known—graduates of all-girls schools have a definitive edge over their coeducated peers. This week, the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) at the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) released the results of a study that shows statistically significant advantages for girls’ school graduates as they enter university
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Lincoln School is proud to present a screening of the critically acclaimed movie The Hate U Give, based on the lauded book of the same name.
Last week's Fringe Festival—produced by the Class of 2023 under the guidance of English Department faculty member Martha Douglas-Osmundson–was met with rave reviews!
Last night, Lincoln girls from grades 3–5 gathered to discuss Me, Frida, and Secret of the Peacock Ring, the first pick in the Project LIT book club!
A large group of Lincoln faculty and students gathered at Youth in Action to engage in a participatory youth-curated gallery about identity, place, and story on Wednesday, December 11. Five Lincoln students are participating in Youth in Action this year: Anna McClean ‘22, Sophie Rockwell ‘22, Kai Nunnally ‘22, Celeste Lenus ‘21, and Sonya Akhtar ‘21.
Lincoln School's STEAM Hub for Girls, designed by LLB Architects, was recognized at the annual American Institute of Architect's Rhode Island Design Awards on Thursday, December 6 with a prestigious Honor Award!
Last week, four students and three faculty members traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to attend the 31st NAIS People of Color Conference and Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Ginkgo Room students learn more about birds by performing a dissection with an Upper School Biology class.
Lincoln School’s Performing Arts Department is thrilled to announce the cast and crew of the spring musical, Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award-winner Rent!
Marney Cumming McCabe '90 reflects on her mommy-daughter date to Lincoln's alumnae event at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.