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Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
Adoma Addo (Grade 10) and Natalia Duane (Grade 11) are currently the Global Issues Network Ambassadors for Ghana. They are currently the only representatives in all of Africa for this initiation year of this program. The Global Ambassador's program is an international network that was developed to extend the GIN global vision to students who are willing to be global representatives of their nations of residence.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
In the last couple of weeks of term the Performing Arts department put on an MYP Drama night and An Evening of Film and Dance. This video is a selection of highlights from the MYP Drama night and features students from Grade 6 - Grade 10. The 'headline' act at the end of the video stars Stephanie Drakou and Khensane Mawela in a self-created Clowning scene.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
On May 21, a group of LSC teachers and students hosted Space Camp for the kids from DUNK. DUNK provides academic tutoring and basketball coaching for kids in the Nima community.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
The Spring 2016 MYP Visual Art Exhibit was presented by Mrs. Gladys Adinyira-Wuaku and Mrs. Lisa Thompson and their students in grades 6-10 on May 19th.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
Aurel Ersek an 11 year old pupil of the Lincoln Community School, Abelemkpe has been crowned the 2016 MISE Problem Solving Champion. He was the most outstanding individual on the day taking first place in an exhilarating play- off with Aryan Seth and Anthony Mensah both of Lincoln Community School placing second and third respectively.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
The 11th grade worked on an interdisciplinary project called Group 4 as a part of the IB curriculum. During this project, students explore the connection between the four of the sciences taught at Lincoln (chemistry, physics, biology, as well as environmental systems and societies).
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
Wednesday, May 11, 2016, was School Nurses' Day! The day is set aside yearly to foster a better understanding of the extraordinary role school nurses play and their contribution to students' success. This year's theme was School Nurses: Better Health. Better Learning. The day is celebrated during the Nurses' Week; May 9 to 13, 2016.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
On Tuesday, May 17th, High School Science Teacher Ms. Barbara, came to share her knowledge about elephants with the Grade 4 students. Ms. Barbara had the students engage in several inquiry questions regarding the facts and theories the students already know about why elephants are important.
Posted Thursday, Jun 9, 2016 
I've always loved the Broadway show "Annie" and often wondered as a little girl what became of the rest of the orphans after Annie is adopted by Mr. Warbucks. By: Chantra, MS Musical Director and Playwright
Posted Tuesday, May 3, 2016 
The girls varsity football team remained undefeated until an unexpected defeat in their last game of the first day. They had played their prior games with passion and unification, led by their co-captains, Ama Boadi (Grade 10) and Savannah Issa (Grade 11).
Posted Friday, Apr 29, 2016 
A photographic Exhibition put together by PTO ECC Co-ordinators Leena Bharti and Nazmeera Khalfe.It featured the work of 50 ECC kids coming from 22 different nationalities.
Posted Friday, Apr 29, 2016 
This year LCS again adds another accolade to its CAS treasure trove by winning more Service awards from the Association of International School in Africa (AISA). They are AISA Outstanding Service Project (2016) and AISA Student Service Leader (2016)
Posted Friday, Apr 29, 2016 
On Saturday, April 16th, 2016, the Educators' Network held yet another teacher training conference at the Lincoln Community School in Accra. The theme of this conference was inspired by an Akan proverb which means: "You need a good thing to get a good thing".
Posted Friday, Apr 29, 2016 
Monday, March 1st was Picasso Time at the LCS PTO coffee morning. We had a swell time as parents came to learn and show their skills when it comes to oil-on-canvas!
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
On Friday 4th March 2016, 25 very excited middle and high school students and 4 chaperones left to Anzere, Switzerland for the 2016 ski trip.  There had been a growing sense of anticipation all week, weather forecasts and snow reports were checked many times and we were all confident that we were in for an excellent time.
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
On Wednesday February 24, The SGA club made its first visit of the year to the High Achievers Day care center. It is a SGA school we visit on our monthly visits. Our main purpose was to assess the painting job that we planned to do on Saturday February 27 and to have fun with the children.
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
Monday, March 1st was Picasso Time at the LCS PTO coffee morning. We had a swell time as parents came to learn and show their skills when it comes to oil-on-canvas!
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
Grade 5 students went on a tour of Abelemkpe. The objective of the walk was to heighten students' awareness of the world around them and the issues that surround the everyday places, people and things that they pass every day. Students looked, listened, discussed and reflected on what they saw.
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
The Swim team traveled to Athens on the 2nd of March and returned on the 7th of March. It was the first time that the swim team traveled and competed outside Africa, and it was with butterflies in the stomachs that we went. We competed against 18 schools in a five lane pool.
Posted Sunday, Mar 20, 2016 
The Personal Project is a significant student-directed inquiry as well as the summative culminating task of the student's learning experiences in the IB Middle Years Programme that is produced by every grade 10 student. It provides an excellent opportunity for students to produce a truly personal and creative work of their choice through the lens of one of the six global contexts
Posted Friday, Feb 26, 2016 
On Thursday and Friday, February 18 and 19, LCS closed its doors for student learning and opened them wide to allow teachers to step in as learners. For the Love of Learning was a two-day teacher conference meant to build collegial relationships, encourage reflective practice, develop a culture of collaboration and foster learning from one another through the LCS dynamic professional learning community
Posted Friday, Feb 26, 2016 
For the past three weeks, the Red Hand Day team of the LCS Human Rights Club conducted various activities throughout the school to raise awareness about the issue of child exploitation around the world. Each year, February 12th is designated as International Red Hand Day and is a day to commemorate the fight against child exploitation, around the world.
Posted Friday, Feb 26, 2016 
On February 11 – 13 Lincoln hosted the 11th Annual, 2016 GHAMUN Conference which saw students participate from Ghana International School (GIS), American International School (AIS), International Community School of Abidjan, American International School of Lome and Delhi Public School (DPS).
Posted Friday, Feb 26, 2016 
For the past four years, LCS has taken a leadership role in international education to promote child protection programs in all international schools in Africa and throughout the world. LCS hosted the first ever Child Protection Working Group in 2013.
Posted Friday, Feb 26, 2016 
On Wednesday, February 10th, LCS Daisies at Girl Scout troop number 27901 were busy selling homemade cookies to teachers, students and parents around campus upholding the GS Pledge:" to make our world a better place".

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