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LA Life Skills Class Field Trip to Hootenanny Bakery

By |December 10, 2019|Categories: News|

Lincoln Academy Life Skills students took a field trip to Hootenanny Bakery in Nobleboro and tried their hand at making pretzels with owner and head baker Derek DeGeer. The Life Skills Work Prep class at Lincoln Academy visited Hootenanny Bakery in Damariscotta Mills to [...]

LA Plus This: Ella Beauregard ’21 on the World of Competitive Sailing

By |December 10, 2019|Categories: Home Featured, LA Plus This, News, Student Voices|

Ella Beauregard '21 is a competitive sailer and a member of the Lincoln Academy Sailing Team.  At 16, LA junior Ella Beauregard is already a veteran of the sea. She started sailing competitively at age eight, and is now a State Champion and National [...]

LA Students Attend Jill Lepore Lecture at Bowdoin College

By |December 10, 2019|Categories: LA Around The World, News|

Historian Jill Lepore giving a lecture at Bowdoin College. Photo courtesy of Mindy Leder, The Bowdoin Orient. About a dozen Lincoln Academy students attended a filled-to-capacity lecture with historian Jill Lepore, Thursday, December 5th in Bowdoin College’s Kresge Auditorium. Lepore is a professor of [...]

Resident Life Update – December 9, 2019

By |December 9, 2019|Categories: News, Resident Life Weekly, Residential Life|

Just after the Thanksgiving Break, we got our first real winter storm of the year.  Students enjoyed playing in the snow, skiing, and sledding.  Students and staff visited a tree farm to harvest traditional Maine Christmas trees and the dorms are feeling merry and [...]

LA Model UN Team Attends UConn Conference

By |December 3, 2019|Categories: Academics, Activities and Community Service, LA Around The World, News, Residential Life|

Students who represented Lincoln Academy at the November Model United Nations Conference at the University of Connecticut. In November. Lincoln Academy students attended a three-day Model United Nations Conference at the University of Connecticut. At Model United Nations conferences, students typically role play as [...]

Lincoln Academy Students Volunteer Over Thanksgiving

By |December 3, 2019|Categories: Academics, Activities and Community Service, News, Residential Life|

Lincoln Academy students found multiple ways to bring Thanksgiving cheer to local families over the Thanksgiving Holiday. The sophomore class organized "everything but the turkey" baskets, students in the National Honor Society initiated a food drive that collected more than 50 grocery bags of [...]

Resident Life Update – December 2, 2019

By |December 2, 2019|Categories: News, Resident Life Weekly, Residential Life|

Welcome back from Thanksgiving Vacation!  A few residential students traveled to visit family and friends over the school vacation, but most remained on campus, enjoyed a break from classes, volunteered with charitable organizations, watched movies, played games, and took part in a Thanksgiving celebration [...]

Resident Life Update – November 26, 2019

By |November 25, 2019|Categories: News, Resident Life Weekly, Residential Life|

As we approach the American Thanksgiving Holiday, we are thankful for the families that share their children with us - we have an amazing group of students in the Residential Life Program this year.  We've had a little snow already and more winter weather [...]

Wreaths Across America Convoy Will Impact Academy Hill Traffic on 12/8

By |November 25, 2019|Categories: Alerts, News|

The Wreaths Across America Convoy will stop at Lincoln Academy on Sunday, December 8 and impact Academy Hill Traffic for several hours. Local traffic should plan to use Mills Road between 3:30 and 5:30 pm on December 8. On Sunday, December 8, 2019 Lincoln [...]

LA Teacher and “Artivist” Jonathan Mess Creates Live Art Show at Vegas Convention

By |November 25, 2019|Categories: Home Featured, LA Around The World, LA Arts, News|

Lincoln Academy art teacher Jonathan Mess sporting the LA colors at a Las Vegas Convention, where he was hired by the green cleaning products company Seventh Generation to make sustainable art during a cleaning convention. Vermont-based company Seventh Generation and their parent company Unilever [...]

Two LA Seniors Selected for All State Jazz Festival

By |November 25, 2019|Categories: Home Featured, News|

Lucas Steinberger (left) and Jarrett Gulden (right) pose with each other's instruments during a Big Band Jazz rehearsal at Lincoln Academy. Both musicians qualified for the 2020 Maine All-State Jazz Festival, which takes place in January. For the second year in a row, LA [...]

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