Lincoln School, Nepal, sang the Resolution Song in Swayambhu, Kathmandu with young monks from Kopan Monastery and alongside musicians around the globe. Together we’re calling for urgent action on the climate crisis. Stand with us and make a resolution for the planet! https://youtu.be/FyXoJX8-Ick (Full Video 2:45 minutes...

On Friday, December 6th, Ms. Shreejana Pokhrel, Executive Director of Inhured International visited the high school International Relations class to share her expertise in International Humanitarian Law. In International Relations we have just completed a unit of study on International Ethics. Ms. Shreejana's talk helped us...

For this year’s Service Nepal, Grade 9 went to Gothauli, a small village in Chitwan. The main purpose of this trip was to build a biogas digester. This digester breaks down organic matter from humans, animals, and plants to produce biogas - fuel for cooking....

KATHMANDU, Nepal -- Embers Restaurant was the venue for a fun Lincoln Alumni Gathering that brought together former students from a variety of graduating classes. Great music, delicious food, old friends and fantastic memories made for a fantastic evening, where alums networked and reminisced about...

'Twas the weekend before Winter break, when all through the mall Not a creature was stirring, in all of Nepal; The shoppers were shopping in Labim with care, In hopes that music would soon fill the air; While children were waking up out of their beds, Getting ready to sing,...

This past Tuesday, Grade 6 students traveled to Swayambhunath to sing alongside our sister choir from the Kopan Monastery. How did we come to singing in this unique space? Well, it was all part of a project we are working on in collaboration with WWF...

Just prior to Thanksgiving, the first grade class performed the play, “Turk and Runt: A Thanksgiving Comedy”, adapted from the book by the same name, by Lisa Wheeler (The book is about a couple of turkeys trying to avoid being chosen for dinner). Students worked...

High School Art class recently created a student-led INTERACTIVE VISUAL ARTS PRESENTATION. They have been working collaboratively and have developed a Social Practice Art Project using Design Thinking skills that engages community, provokes thought, requires interaction and promotes conversation all based on the theme: WATER....

This year's Juniors were eagerly anticipating Service Nepal. The service component of the trip built on Lincoln’s existing relationship with the Shree Sukute Secondary School. Lincoln students developed relationships with buddy partners, delivered lessons to grade 5-10 students, and built a concrete ping pong...