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Why, Not Where: Reimagining the College Admission Process

The college application process in on trial, both in the judicial system and the court of public opinion. But here at Lincoln, we see it as a great opportunity for student self reflection. Instead of asking where our students want to go to college, we ask them why. The result? A higher bar for higher education.

Honoring the Past and Celebrating the Future: Lincoln’s Alumnae Awards

Each fall, Lincoln School and the Alumnae Association honor three women whose exceptional accomplishments and passion-driven lives have had an impact on our school, on their communities, and on the world. Learn more about each of the three honors (and the 2018 award recipients!) and submit nominations for the 2019 Alumnae Awards today! 

LincUPtoLearn 2019: Nicole Gesmondi ’01

Ana Belliveau ’22 and Anika Istok ’20 blog about their experience with LincUPtoLearn–Lincoln’s mentoring program that connects current students and alumnae–during which they visited Nicole Gesmondi ’01, Owner and Lead Photographer of Nicole Gesmondi Photographer. 

LincUPtoLearn 2019: Stefanie Casinelli Taylor '97

LincUPtoLearn–Lincoln’s mentoring program that connects current students and alumnae–took place during the first two weeks of April, and Sophie Rockwell ’22 and Sophie Zakin ’20 reflect on their visit with Stefanie Casinelli Taylor ’97, President of Gennaro, Inc. and  President/Founder of Zaxie by Stefanie Taylor, in this blog post!

LincUPtoLearn 2019: Jane Pleskunas Pellegren '07

Kaylee Martin '19 reflects on her LincUPtoLearn–Lincoln’s mentoring program that connects current students and alumnae–visit with Jane Pleskunas Pellegren ’07, the Senior Public Health Epidemiologist at the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families in this blog post.

LincUPtoLearn 2019: Shareen Zaki Knowlton ’88

Mary-Alice Trendell ’24, Holiday Horton ’24, and Dunedin Imbier-Maher ’24 visited Shareen Zaki Knowlton ’88, the Director of Education at Roger Williams Park Zoo, last Thursday as part of LincUPtoLearn–Lincoln’s mentoring program that connects current students and alumnae Read about their visit in this blog post!

Day of Silence 2019: GSA Takes a Vow in the Name of LGBTQ+ Equality

The Day of Silence, on April 12 2019, is a student-led national event where folks take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTQ+ people at school, led by GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network), and helmed at Lincoln by the Gay/Straight Alliance, a student club.