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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.


Firas Jabar, class of 2009, returned this month to visit LCS full of gratitude for what his years at LCS had brought him. His parents choose LSC for him because "They wanted the best for me." They felt that the environment nurtured him and developed in him a desire to keep learning throughout his life. LCS only went up to 9th grade when Firas was there but he felt well pr
LCS has been very fortunate this year to have alumni each month returning to visit the school. These visits have brought alumni reconnecting from as far back as the 1990's. Roy Khoury, Class of '07, was the latest to return.
In the early Fall, LCS had a surprise visit from a former Alumnus. Rene Gbewongo came to visit after leaving Ghana 22 years ago. Imagine how much had changed at LCS let alone Accra.
Born and raised in Accra, Fred Apaloo, class of '08, spent six years at LCS from 6th grade-12th. Being the middle child of three boys, his parents recognized in him an independent and inquisitive streak that they felt Lincoln would know how to best nurture
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. ‚Äč
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,

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