Library

Lincoln has established state of art library for students which are the backbone of the institution. The collection books covers a wide range of resource including children's Encyclopedia, Audio visual, Dictionaries, Literature, Science, mathematics, history, Geography, Arts and Moral Sciences etc. Library also subscribes children magazines, newspapers. Our school library is the first institutional member of also subscribes children magazines, newspapers. Our school library is the first institutional member of Nepal Japan Children Library. Library is supervised by trained and qualified librarians.

 

Infrastructure

* School's eco-friendly building.
* Safe and secure environment.
* Scientifically designed class rooms.
* Child friendly building and furniture.
* Multi cuisine dining facilities.
* Day Boarding (Plan for semi residential
* Library with audio visual resources.
* Meditation and prayer room.
* Indoor and outdoor sports facility

 

Scholarship

The aim of this school is to help underprivileged children through our own initiative by raising funds form the parents, students, and teachers.

We also work with schools, institutions and volunteers living in other countries. To coordinate this program, we have school social, service unit that remains in touch with all stakeholders.

 

Doctors' Facilities

Lincolnage students are checked up by the MBBS, MD child physician regularly once in a month. All the Lincolndoits team is trained to deal with medical emergencies in the school premises.

 

Special Facilities For Needy Parties

We have designed special packages for the students who should stay at school till late hour whose parents are busy, out of station of working abroad.As per need, school can also provide residential facilities at its premises.

 

Partnership

KLS has institutionalized partnership with Lincoln College, a Kathmandu based interactive, accelerated learning course. This partnership provides that traditional Nepali curriculum with globally focused enrichment program. It has also extended relationship with leading academicians of Nepal.