On Friday, the Lincoln Secondary Arts Students hosted the first Tiny Stage event in more than two years. Performances included a Grade 11 original rap, some incredible guitar and piano, and the premiere of the Grade 7 rock band, “The Spicy Pickles.” Visual artists created...

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...

Secondary English Language Arts Teacher, Greg McNutt, has a history of taking risks, setting and achieving goals, and learning from all of his experiences along the way. After working in the public school system in Chicago, he sought a new challenge and moved to Costa...

“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...

Vance Appleby joins Lincoln most recently from one of our sister schools, the American International School of Dhaka, but has also worked at the International School of Manila, as well as in his hometown of Wichita, Kansas. He said his favorite thing about being an...

What a swim! Alex Gadegaard Shah, a Snow Leopard from the Class of 2021, produced a remarkable performance at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday with a personal best time of 53.41, breaking his own national record by almost three seconds! Very quick off the blocks,...

In today's episode of The People of Lincoln Podcast, Grade 8 student, Ayush, interviews his sister and Lincoln Snow Leopard, Tanisha. Tanisha attended Lincoln as a student for 12 years and graduated last year. Tune in here to learn more! ...

The Snow Leopards Launch continued today with students creating some dazzling personal mandalas, reflecting on how they both influence, and are impacted by, the world around them. Beyond this, students worked on their debate skills playing “This or that” as well as participating in activities...