News and Events
Ever wonder how Lincoln School teachers spend their Sundays? This past weekend, English faculty members Martha Douglas-Osmundson and Emma Stenberg spent theirs at the Rhode Island School of Design digging into and discussion one of the greatest living documents of our time: the United States Constitution.
Beth Ellis, Lincoln School’s director of College Counseling, has worked at some of the top schools in the country, and now spends her days helping Lincoln girls gain admission to the schools at the tops of their own lists.
The 15th season of STYLEWEEK Northeast boasts some of the region's top fashion designers, including one of Lincoln School's own, 9-year-old Victory Barnard '27!
"Tamarisk," a screenplay by Megan Pope, a standout 2018 graduate of Brown University, tapped into the bold minds of Lincoln School to shine a light on the unique and powerful world of an all-girls school.
Though the heat of summer is still with us, the 2018/19 school year has officially begun! Wednesday, September 5 marked the start of the academic year, one that promises to be full of learning, exploration, and inspiration for students, faculty, and staff alike.
Meet the newest faces of Lincoln School's talented faculty and staff! From Lower School to Upper School, from the courts of the WNBA to the shores of St. Croix, Lincoln School continues to attract the best and brightest teachers, coaches, staff, and leaders.
Another amazing Cuba Program adventure is officially in the books! The 10-day program was a deep-dive into the Cuban culture and the arts from Havana to Viñales and back again.
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!
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.