Recent Lincoln School News

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Lincoln to Host NISSA Girls' Bball Final 4!

Dear Snow Leopards, 

Come and support the Lincoln Varsity Girls' Basketball Team in the NISSA Final 4 Championships hosted in our gym and on our new outdoor court this Sunday, December 4th starting at 9.00 am! Please see schedule below and bring your red, white and black! 

NISSA Girls’ Basketball Final Four

Semi-Final 1 (Seed 1 Pool A vs Seed 2 Pool B) GYM
9.00-10.30 am

Semi-Final 2 (Seed 2 Pool A vs Seed 1 Pool B) Outdoor Court
9.00-10.30 am

5 v 6 
10.30 am

12.00-1.00 pm

Consolation Final GYM
1.00-2.30 pm

NISSA Championship GYM
2.30-4.00 pm

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Snow Leopards Emerge Triumphant In Thanksgiving Double-Header!

Our Lincoln Boys' Soccer team put on a complete performance against The British School at the Buddhi Bikas Mandal ground in Lagankhel on Friday, emerging as 2-0 winners. The boys worked hard, showed good tactical awareness and took the lead in the first half through a towering header. Lincoln continued to dominate in the 2nd half and were rarely tested in defense with the 2nd goal settling proceedings.

At the same time, our all-conquering Girls' Volleyball team hosted the TBS girls in the Lincoln gym for some friendly games. Our Lincoln girls won in straight sets (3-0) showing that despite settling into basketball season, their skills and teamwork are very much still intact.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

LS Girls' Basketball Team Defeat TBS

Our Lincoln Snow Leopards won their 3rd girls' basketball game in a row to remain undefeated in the NISSA league. After back to back victories over GEMS, our girls took on The British School in the Lincoln gym and raced into the lead with some slick shooting and fundamentally strong basketball. With the half-time score at 20-8, the coaches had an opportunity to rest the starters and give all our players some game time. Final score: 32-17. We will play TBS again in our away game next Tuesday, November 29. The Final Four NISSA Tournament will be held at Lincoln School on Sunday, December 4th. Go Snow Leopards!

Monday, November 21, 2016

Lincoln School MUN Club at LEMUN

LEMUN: Day 1

After a short historical tour in the morning, students took part in Day 1 of LEMUN.  After talking to all the students, it sounds like everyone was able to take an active role in their committees, with one of them even being main submitter of a resolution. After the conference ended for the day, we walked around the main square and had a nice dinner.  Overall, it's been a great trip and students were eager to return for Day 2.  The second day will be a full day of lobbying and debating, followed by a late night LEMUN dance.  For lots of pictures and information, checkout their blog page at: 

and the follow sites:

from: Mr. O'Sullivan

Lincoln Tour in 360 Degrees

Take a 360 Degree Tour of Lincoln School. Click on the photo/link below to go to Lincoln's Flickr site to see the tour:

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Keep checking back as new images will be added to the 360 degree tour.

The combined Lincoln Choir performs during UN Day

The combined Lincoln Choir performs during UN Day.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Lincoln Swimmers to Compete in Asian Swimming Championships!

Lincoln Snow Leopards Take On Japan! 

The triple threat of Ayushma Tuladhar, Tisa Shakya, and Akshara Singh will be participating in the 10th Asian Swimming Championships held in Tokyo, Japan. The competition will be held on the 17th to 22nd of November. Ayushma Tuladhar will be competing in the 50m breaststroke, 50m butterfly, and 50m freestyle. Tisa Shakya will be taking part in the 50m butterfly, 50m freestyle as well as the 100m freestyle, while Akshara Singh will be competing in the 50m and 100m breaststroke events. The swimmers will be traveling on November 15 to represent their country. Congratulations on your amazing accomplishments and good luck from the Lincoln community!

Monday, November 14, 2016

New Multi-Purpose Court to be Unveiled

The finishing touches are now being placed on Lincoln's new multi-purpose court. Although the heavy monsoon rains delayed the project, the new surface appears to have been worth the wait. Students of all ages are able to enjoy the surface during breaks, lunch, after-school and during SAISA practices. The court has association approved surfaces and lines for basketball, tennis and volleyball. We look forward to unveiling the court on Thursday, November 17 when our Girls' Basketball team take on GEMS at 4.00 pm. Come out and support your Snow Leopards! 

Lincoln Boys' Football Team Enjoy Thumping 10-0 Win

Our Lincoln School Varsity Boys' Soccer team enjoyed a great day out in the sun on Sunday against KISC at the Buddhi Bikas Mandal ground. Despite it being our first game of the season, the boys began brightly, showing their attacking intent with an aggressive high pressing game. The boys' athleticism, speed and desire proved too much for KISC, who found themselves two goals down at half-time. However, it was the 2nd half when the floodgates really opened and our Snow Leopards found their flow with some great team play and stunning solo efforts. All players in the match-day squad contributed to a great team effort by both keeping a clean sheet and scoring 10 excellent goals. Although there will be sterner tests to follow for our Snow Leopards, the signs are that this group of boys can really develop into an outstanding team. We play our 2nd game of the season against Rato Bangala on November 19th, after UN Day.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Grade four bravo party

Grade four BRAVO party! 

Momo-Making & Service Learning

Momo-Making as part of the grades 11 & 12 service learning program this weekend.

Photos to share, "I like to sing because . . . " from EL honors choir

"I like to sing because . . . " from EL honors choir 

Also grade five student playing the piano 

Jane Goodall visits Lincolon


This week's snapshot highlights Jane Goodall's visit to Lincoln School, seen here with our Lincoln School Roots and Shoots club. Jane's inspirational speech concluded with her 5 Reasons for Hope
1)Resilience of nature
2)Power of the human mind
3) Social Media
4) Human Spirit
5) Determination of young people
And from what I can tell about our Lincoln School Roots and Shoots students is that they have a lot of determination!