On Friday, May 22 the Upper and Middle Schools gathered for the 31st annual Lincoln School Athletic Awards Ceremony in the Ebner, Elson, Hart Music Center.
Read all about the nearly constant stream of student achievements we've learned about in the new year, from getting published, placing in contests, winning scholarships, getting accepted into prestigious summer and semester programs, and much more!
Please register to walk or run in the Lincoln sponsored 5K to benefit The Cure Starts Now. This race is in memory of Nicole Mackintosh '20. We are looking for walkers, runners and volunteers!
Four Lincoln alum's return to a Middle and Upper School Assembly to share their insights about the rewards of a Lincoln education.
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Meredith Vieira '71 and Nancy DuBuc '87 deliver commencement addresses at Boston University. Both talked about resilience, enjoying life and following your own destiny.
Now in its seventh year, Shakespeare in the City, produced by Martha Douglas-Osmundson, performed Romeo and Juliet at the VETS on May 19.
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Congratulations to Doug Alexander, Director of Technology who was formally awarded a 2015 National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspirations in Computing Educator Award for his commitment to encouraging young women's aspirations in computing
As we look forward to the summer months, we are in need of garden caretakers while school is not in session. If you are interested in spending some time enjoying the fresh air and digging in the earth, kindly be in touch at your earliest convenience.
Natasha Gorriaran '21 won the Pi contest, memorizing 148 places. Emma Garabedian '21 and Sloane Wightman '21 came in second with 91 places each and the third place went to Maya Santow '21 with 85 places.
On the afternoon of Thursday, May 7th, the Lincoln community gathered in the Music Center to celebrate 16-year faculty member and Early Childhood teacher Christine Boulay as the 2015 recipient of the Dorothy W. Gifford Chair Award.
As an extension of the 8th grade human rights curriculum, the Class of 2019 recently returned from a full and engaging 3-day capstone Program to New York City from Wednesday, April 29th through Friday, May 1st.
Shakespeare in the City presents Romeo and Juliet at the VETS on May 19th at 6 p.m. Free and open to the public!