Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2021. Although Seniors all over the world have had their final year impacted by this pandemic, Lincoln School has a number of plans in place to honor the efforts of our graduating...

We are here to motivate Lincoln students to work out during this pandemic. We will be posting workouts every day to show you how you can keep yourself healthy during the pandemic. In order to get fit you can't quit! Please add our instagram @getfitdontquitls...

Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2021. Although Seniors all over the world have had their final year impacted by this pandemic, Lincoln School has a number of plans in place to honor the efforts of our graduating...

Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2021. Although Seniors all over the world have had their final year impacted by this pandemic, Lincoln School has a number of plans in place to honor the efforts of our graduating...

Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2021. Although Seniors all over the world have had their final year impacted by this pandemic, Lincoln School has a number of plans in place to honor the efforts of our graduating...

Art students reflected on the Essential Question, “How does Art reflect, as well as shape, our world?” Students chose a news article that they felt passionate about. They read, annotated, and wrote a short summary of this article as research, before creating an art piece...

Students in our Grade 5 Rock Band made their premiere performance at our elementary assembly before the break. They rocked out to "Bang", by AJR. We look forward to their next performance! Watch their performance here. ...

Lincoln Middle School students created mini art installations, little models for potential life-sized art installation designs. For this project, students were required to choose a theme to build their work upon. They were also required to include at least one moving part, either powered by...

The second grade class and the high school sign language elective students combined efforts to sign and sing a song about how the narwhal came to be. Their creativity and willingness to join forces certainly spread some cheer between both classes. ...

This Grade 6 performance of Vance Joy’s Riptide are student suggested, arranged, and performed. After choosing this piece, students learned the singing part while online. They transferred this into the classroom by choosing instruments and creating patterns individually and in groups to accompany the piece....