In Grade 8 Humanities, students have taken the guise of great historical figures to argue why they should be brought to 2020 to tackle current global issues. Today, Gabe stars as Alan Turing to talk about how he could make the world a better place!...

Leading up to Graduation, we will be highlighting members of the Class of 2020. 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...

Lincoln School was proud to host Canadian author and illustrator, Elise Gravel, this week. Elise worked with students from PS through Grade 12, sharing her talents as a writer and illustrator. With the Elementary students, there were lots of chuckles over her outrageous monsters, as...

Geng Sanyavit PattaranavakulZoologyMs. Ann MontgomeryMay 2, 2017The Camouflaged CatsDeep in Asia where the land meets the sky, where the cold is below zero degrees, where a cat jumps and disappears like a ghost in a glimpse of the mountain shadows. They live across the high...

Nikhil SinghIn this day and age, it isn’t an aberration to find an advertisement that is blatantly sexist while surfing through the internet or browsing through magazines. Either through objectification or gender stereotyping, these advertisements devalue women and degrade them to an eye candy role...