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.
News and Events
Today, we invite you to take a moment to meet Bliss Matteson '63, as she shares her story of connection and the beauty of the Lincoln community.
Please join us in welcoming the 2018 Joseph R. and Jeffrey R Paolino speaker, Dina Nayeri. An Iranian American novelist, essayist, and short story writer, Dina has written two novels, A Teaspoon of Earth and Tea(2014) and Refuge (2017) and many stories and essays.
Now is your chance to come see the timeless talent of classical pianist Antoinette Van Zabner '69, at an intimate concert on Thursday, March 29 at 7 pm at The Music Mansion (88 Meeting Street, Providence)!
Throwback Thursday: Alumnae Edition!
We'd like to invite you to take a moment to meet Jane Pleskunas '07 as she shares her story of expansion and connection, and the power of the Lincoln community.
Two Lincoln writers, Camilla Ledezma ’19 and Faye Thompson ’19, will be joining 200 dedicated high school writers for The New England Young Writers’ Conference (NEWYC) this May. Held at Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf campus in Vermont, this four-day conference allows the nation’s best sophomore and junior scribes to study alongside professional writers and creatively like-minded peers.
This International Women's Day, Middle and Upper School students were treated to a talk by Terza Lima-Neves '95, Ph.D., a Kriola, mommy-scholar, professor of political science at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a proud Lincoln girl.
Introducing ... Lincoln Connect! For months we've been working behind the scenes to bring you Lincoln's new digital home for alumnae. Check it out today!
A new class of athletes and athletic supporters were inducted into the second-ever Lincoln School Athletic Hall of Fame this past weekend. Congratulations, Lynx!