MUMBAI, India. -- SAISA Music and Art students were hard at work in Mumbai, India, during the recent mini-break! Our Music students spent time preparing music leading up to the festival and spent hours in rehearsals led by their brilliant guest conductors from New Delhi,...

New York City, USA -- On February 1st, 2020, Lincoln School Snow Leopards from the 60s all the way to the Class of 2019 congregated in Times Square for a night to remember. Around 100 Alumni from America to Nepal, from Iceland to Israel, joined...

The 11th-grade entrepreneurs officially launched their own businesses during The Leopards’ Lair on October 1st, 2019. During this event, each group pitched their business idea and future plans to the potential investors in the audience. It was a successful afternoon; the 11th-grade class sold a...

On Thursday, December 12th, some of the eleventh-grade student businesses hosted a “Christmas Market” at Lincoln School. Customizable stickers and sweatshirts, decorative pillows, t-shirts with iron-on patches, as well as fashionable bracelets were for sale. Student businesses will officially close on January 16th. Dividends will be...

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...

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...