The Lotus Magazine is here! Our 9th and 10th-grade Creative Writing class has worked very hard on this edition and we are thrilled to share it with you! We have hard copies available to check out in the library, and we have linked an online...

“The Grade 7 & 8 broadcasting exploratory team has published their first broadcast. The students have presented school announcements, weather, a COVID segment, and even a special interview with PLUM (Please Learn and Understand Menstruation). These videos will be produced bi-monthly, so please look forward...

On Thursday, February 10, students in PS-G6 are invited to create a “100th day of school shirt” to celebrate 100 days at school together! Lots of fun activities are planned and we look forward to this fun event, led by our P1 & Grade 1...

“I’m inspired by problem-solving,” Secondary Math & Science teacher, Caleb Ulliman, said. “It is exciting to use creativity to come up with solutions.” From his start in the elementary classroom through his time teaching middle school science in Mexico and English to Buddhist monks in...

Armed only with reporters’ notebooks and a thirst for the truth, aspiring journalists interviewed and investigated throughout the first semester as part of the Elementary Newspaper Club. A new addition to our activities program, students on the newspaper staff learned the basics of writing and...

Lincoln Snow Leopards - alum, Alex, and sophomore, Nasir - made waves at the World Swimming Championships in Abu Dhabi during the last few days, each breaking a Nepal national record and swimming a personal best time. Alex, a Freshman at Fordham, contested the 50...

The Advancement Office is excited to announce a virtual talk with Oscar-nominated screenwriter, Alec Sokolow (Toy Story). Alec will open the conversation by sharing his story and character development expertise before specific student volunteers can unmute their mics during a Q&A session. We hope you...

Lincoln alums, Alex and Nasir, have both earned selection to the 15th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi this December as the two highest-ranking Nepali swimmers. Congratulations to our Snow Leopards and the Aquatics team at Lincoln! We're so proud of your efforts. ...

Last weekend, eight Lincoln high school students attended a virtual Model United Nations (MUN) Conference hosted by the American International School of Chennai. Our delegates worked hard to research the countries they represented and the topics being debated. Topics included forest fragmentation, protection of the...

Julie Broad visited Nepal in 2019 and loved it. This greatly influenced her decision to move to Kathmandu and become part of Lincoln. “The kids, staff, and community are very welcoming,” she said. Julie worked in the USA for years, but always had a dream...