Another amazing season of SAISA Track & Field has come to an end. This team of athletes went to Chennai and continued to showcase the strong work ethic and mentality that they've demonstrated over the course of the last few months. Every single athlete was...

The Lincoln School SAISA Boys' Basketball team had an amazing season-ending tournament in Mumbai at the American School of Bombay. The season was a great learning experience for a very young team. With only a few students having played organized basketball before, the team started...

Sixty-five talented middle school singers from throughout Asia gathered on Lincoln’s campus for three days of music-making, learning, and friendship in the Association for Music in International School’s Asian Middle School Honor Mixed Choir Festival. Through hours of engaged rehearsal, fun activities, an excursion to...

Our young Boys’ Basketball team played like poet warriors in the recently concluded LS Invitational, reaching the finals after two consecutive wins in the group stage. The tournament, which also included St. Xaviers, TBS, Swostishree Gurukul, and ULLENS, showcased some great Basketball and gave our...

The Snow Leopards Girls’ Football team warmed up for SAISA with some convincing performances during the recently hosted LS Invitational. The coaches divided the squad into Lincoln “Red” and Lincoln “White” teams which also included St. Xaviers, TBS, Swostishree Gurukul, and the Kathmandu Kickers Acadamy....

Grade 6 and Grade 2 students celebrate a semester of being class buddies by making gingerbread houses out of cardboard! It was the perfect way to finish a semester of collaboration, fun and new friendships between the two classes. ...

Middle School students participating in the Officiating Team Sports Exploratory have spent the last quarter learning the rules and hand signals, before officiating calls for a variety of sports. To practice their skills, they took on the role of an official for Lincoln students! They...

During Service Nepal, secondary students on the Kathmandu trip investigated the essential question, “How Can Culture Be Preserved in a Modernizing World?" Throughout the week they visited various UNESCO cultural heritage sites in Kathmandu Valley, learning from local experts and guides, and experiencing different elements...

Grade 6 students explored Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park and the village of Kafleni on Service Nepal! The first days were spent rock climbing, rappelling, and strengthening the class community. On Wednesday, we made the six-hour hike to Kafleni where we enjoyed Smores, UNO, and beautiful...