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Posted Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 
Thank you to teachers, students, staff and alumni for submitting photo entries to the photo competition "Lincoln Through MY Eyes". Click inside to view submissions.
Posted Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 
Last year a group of LCS Global Issues and Service Summit (GISS) students participated in the "Stomp Out Genocide 2013" video organized by Mitch Lewis, the founder of Arts to End Genocide. The video has been accepted into this year's Cape Fear Independent Film Festival.
Posted Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 
With spring break fast approaching the PTO arranged for the West African Rescue Association (WARA) to visit LCS for the April Coffee Morning and provide health tips on keeping safe while traveling (or staying at home).
Posted Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 
Joel Depoah-Dei, a member of the LCS High School Soccer team who is still only a Grade 11 student, is fast becoming one of Ghana's top polo players. LCS is proud of you Joel!
Posted Friday, Apr 4, 2014 
The 7th graders showed off their science fair projects on Wednesday. There was a wide range of projects including bouncing slime, bacteria in classrooms, fireproof balloons and gravitropism.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
This week's Art of the week features two art pieces by grade 12, IB2 art students, Malcolm Khaldi and Giorgia De Simone. Click inside for full artwork.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
Kindergarten is currently exploring materials and how they work. On March 27, they toured the construction site for the new LCS senior school library and Fine Arts classrooms.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
More than 300 parents, teachers and alumni attended the 45th Anniversary Gala last Saturday dressed up in ball gowns and black ties at the Movenpick Hotel. Click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
Last Thursday, March 27th, Grade Four participated in a simulation of the migration experience at Ellis Island by dressing up as imagined characters and going through a pretend immigration process. Click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
On March 27, the youngest LCS students attended a Gala to celebrate its 45th anniversary. Just days before the school-wide LCS gala, children from PreK, Kindergarten and Grade 1 were treated to a special hour of snacks, music and dancing.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
Digvijay Mehra, LCS alumnus from the Class of 2010 who is currently studying at Queen's University in Canada, recently received the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award. This award is the highest tribute paid to a student for their distinguished non-athletic, non-academic, extra-curricular service to the Queen's community.
Posted Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 
The sixth Admin Team Parent Coffee was held on Tuesday March 25 at 8:30 AM at the NPAT. Parents learned about the Safe School Committees and CAS programs. Click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 
Students flocked to the MPH on Tuesday, March 25th to talk to visiting representatives of summer camp programs in Switzerland, Jordan the US and Canada as part of the Summer Programs Expo. Click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 
All the LCS Grade 3 classes performed a musical drama on Wednesday, March 19, at 6:30 pm in the NPAT. The show was a combination of familiar songs from the movie The Wizard of Oz and skits (short plays) that the students created about various characters from the show.
Posted Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 
This Wednesday's middle school assembly was a showcase of theater. The 6th graders performed their Greek Theater project on Homer's The Odyssey, the 7th graders performed short pieces with half masks they constructed and we had an amazing preview of Alice in Wonderland Jr.
Posted Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 
This year's talent show, "Lincoln Factor" set very high expectations. From the blue runway carpet that greeted the audience, to the Hollywood-style Lincoln Factor backdrop and cameraman, the event promised to be a big night. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Mar 21, 2014 
LCS' tight knit community was brought together once again in a deeply personal way from March 3-5 with the visit of Dr. Michael Thompson, a renowned consultant, author and psychologist specializing in children and family counseling. Click inside for more.
Posted Friday, Mar 21, 2014 
Click inside to find out what Street Girls Aid Club, Bolinas Academy and AIDS Education have been up to this month.
Posted Friday, Mar 21, 2014 
On March 13 the MS Co-Ed Volleyball Team and Mathcounts team headed to Lagos for the WAISAL competition. The volleyball team of 9 members and the math team of 4 was a small but energetic and cooperative group of kids. Click inside for on the competition.
Posted Thursday, Mar 20, 2014 
Teachers and students at LCS have been hanging out at DUNK (Developing Unity, Nurturing Knowledge), a local recreation center, where local Ghanaian children from the Nima community go to be part of a team. Last week they took a trip, click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Mar 20, 2014 
Some members of the swim team competed in a swimming competition held in Johannesburg on March 6-9. Congratulations on the accomplishments. Click inside for more.
Posted Thursday, Mar 20, 2014 
On March 15 about 5 students and 5 adults volunteered to work with the www.worldreader.org in Ghana - 'the folks who are transforming reading.' during a service trip to Marfokrom. Click inside for more.
Posted Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014 
Congratulations to our MS Fearsome Foursome Mathletes who took 2nd place at the WAISAL MathCounts Competition held in Lagos on March 14.
Posted Friday, Mar 14, 2014 
Lincoln Varsity Swimmers participated in the British School of Lome's March Madness Swim Competition on March 9. With a few members of the team present, with others on another trip, they were still able to win first place. Congratulations!
Posted Friday, Mar 14, 2014 
Last week, LCS had the pleasure of hosting Best Selling Author and Psychologist Dr. Michael Thompson. During his visit he held talks with parents, teachers and students as well as a public forum and Father's Breakfast. Click inside for a student interview with Dr. Thompson.

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