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Our LCS community

At Lincoln Community School, "community" is more than just a word in our name.  Ask anyone connected to the school what makes LCS an exceptional place to learn, and they'll probably talk about the feeling of family they get from being a Lincoln citizen.

Our life together starts from our learning together.  Teachers participate with students as they teach, keeping classrooms interactive.  Students help each other find answers to shared questions.  Parents reinforce lessons learned at school.

Outside of school, families help each other adjust to life in Accra.  Students bond on service trips, during basketball practices, or at the local mall.  Parents work with the PTO to organize bazaars.  Learning and living together, we find unity.

From teachers and administrative staff to members of the Board of Trustees, from elementary school students to alumni who are now LCS parents, here are some of the people who make our community special.

The Global Politics Studies class had a surprise guest this month. Alumnus, Laura Ersek '14 presented to class 1 and 2, work she is currently doing at her internship with Global Communities, an NGO in Accra. ​
The first PTO event this year was the Welcome Back Brunch held at the home of PTO President, Astha Singh, on Monday August 14th.
The first day for anyone can be fraught with anxiety no matter at what age. August at LCS was filled with "Firsts"; first day for new teachers,
LCS takes its commitment for recycling to heart 💜! Even LCS cleaners and gardeners have been given training on why recycling is important!
The LCS MS and HS libraries reminds you that we are open Monday – Friday from 7:30am – 4:30pm.The MS Library only admits students after school if they have signed up for 'library time' as an after-school activity. This session runs from 3:30-4:30 daily.
Part of our school vision is to connect with the community. Today the 9th and 10th graders had an opportunity to interact with the executive director of Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival Mr Mark Saul. Julia Robinson Mathematic Festival partner with the National Museum of mathematics to provide mathematics curricula through math circle and clubs to reach more than 1000 students in New York, San Francisco Bay area and Washington DC
MISE is nonprofit organisation dedicated to nurturing young people who demonstrate exceptional talent in mathematics. MISE administers the Math Olympiad Program (MOP) which seeks to enrich the education of our nation's top mathematical talents and eventually.....

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Ghana, West Africa

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