Daniela Castro University: Emerson College, Boston At Lincoln since: 4th grade Scholarship: No Major: Business of Creative Enterprises Daniela started with the college application process in May 2016; however, she feels that Lincoln School prepared her well academically throughout her school years for this important process. She was always encouraged by teachers and administrators to […]
Andrew Olsen, estudiante de sexto grado rompió el record de AASCA en 50 mariposa en el torneo de natación que se realizó en Panamá entre el 16 y 19 de marzo. Además, él obtuvo medalla en todas las pruebas que participó: 2 de Oro, 3 de plata y 1 de bronce. ¡Felicidades Andrew, sigue adelante!
Fátima Schroeder from Prep 3 competed in Orlando Florida, in the “Presidential Classic” Tournament, which brought together about 3000 gymnasts from the United States and Latin America. She competed in level 1 and achieved silver medal in floor and beam, bronze medal in jump and a 6th place in bars. At the end she got […]
Last Saturday, Santiago Marín from 5A obtained the title of National Champion of the Winter Tournament Prospects Cup 2016 together with his companions of the elite team of Saprissa category 2005. Congratulations! Way to go!
Nicole Arrea and Maria Paula Mora have taken the reins of a new project which has a way to impact our country in the most impressive way. These two students have proposed a new law to our national assembly to protect those who donate prepared food. Many hotels, restaurants, and food venders throw food away […]
This Lincoln School Junior student has been characterized for her perseverance, prominence in different curricular activities, her excellent academic grades, her leadership, but especially for that passion reflected in her eyes when she is working on achieving her goals. “Fresquiticos” is a clear example of this. This Project is born as a result of a […]
His passion for sports was developed as a child with his dad, who shared his taste for bikes and arouse a feeling in him that today is what keeps Ernesto very high in the discipline that he practices.
Ernesto Gonzalez is a 11th year student, the youngest of 4 brothers, young triathlete, which stands out not only for his academic and sports performance, for his discipline, passion and perseverance, but more important for his humility that flashes us when he speaks and acts.