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Our alumni

When a student graduates from our world-class International Baccalaureate secondary school program or moves on to the next country with their international business or diplomatic family, their connection with Lincoln Community School doesn't end.  We simply extend our sense of community, keeping our alumni within the LCS family wherever they go.

As an international school that has hosted students from hundreds of countries and cultures, our family of alumni stretches across the globe.

From a rising star of international business and finance in South Africa, to a TV news presenter and talk show host in Ghana, to a model and actress now working on human rights and development issues with a Washington DC policy organization, here are some of the dynamic young people our school is proud to call alumni.


Meet Fred. Though most of you don't need an introduction to the face of Heel The World. Fred Deegbe '02 has been getting a lot of press in the past couple years. His company, Heel the World makes shoes, but that's an oversimplified explanation, because Fred and his partners do so much more than that.
If LCS Alumnus Kwabena Bucknor, Class of 2003, could go back and do his career at Lincoln all over again, he wouldn’t change a thing. The former Honor Roll, Presidential Award and Student of the Year recipient does remember complaining about one thing: the workload in Mrs. Bright’s English literature and writing class. He’s since learned better…
For Emad Toutounji, an LCS student from the 1980s, life at Lincoln has come full circle: he’s now a Lincoln parent as well as an alum. Though the school campus has changed a lot since he was a student, he feels like coming back to Lincoln has been like coming back to family…
Christal Jeanne, LCS Class of 2004, is not afraid to be bold. Whether acing a spontaneous audition for TV news show host or rallying fellow young entrepreneurs to contribute to Ghana’s future, she knows how to leap fearlessly into a bright tomorrow…
As a high school junior at Lincoln, Sena Tsikata, LCS Class of 2001, had an unusual challenge: how to balance her role as a student with her leading role as Marcia Mensah in the award-winning Ghanaian TV drama, Things We Do For Love. But while she acted her way to fame on the TV screen, her community at LCS kept her grounded...
At the start of a university education in England that led her to a masters of law by the time she was 21, Angela Adjei, LCS Class of 2005, had to face a challenge: write a 4,000 word essay on law. But her experience at Lincoln kicked in, and she found she was well-prepared for the test…

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