Evita Allen '65 and her husband, Jay, have made a generous pledge to Linden Hall: they will match donations to The Linden Hall Fund up to $100,000! This doubles your gift to Linden Hall, so please match their school spirit and give as generously as you can to our School.

Makerspace Hosts Hour of Code Activities

Throughout the week of December 4, Linden Hall students had the opportunity to learn a new lifelong skill in the new Makerspace on campus. Students gathered in the Makerspace to participate in an Hour of Code, whether they were doing it for the experience or just for fun.

Hour of Code, a national event, is a one-hour introduction to computer science where students can learn to program games, design characters, and more. Makerspace Coordinator Michele Archer scheduled times during club block and after school when students could come to the Makerspace and code for an hour.

Adding to the fun, each student who coded earned a point for their team, white or blue. If a student was experienced in coding and decided to help other students, they earned extra points for their team.

Hour of Code was a great opportunity for students to learn and to try something new!

Vespers Continues a Holiday Tradition

On Thursday, November 30 and Friday, December 1, Linden Hall girls participated in the School's annual Vespers. This music service has been a Linden Hall tradition since the Moravian Church founded the school in 1746.

During the Vespers service, members of the Linden Hall and Lititz community came together to reflect and celebrate the holiday season. The Linden Hall girls' hard work payed off as the Hand Bell Choir, Musea, Linden Hall Choir, Orchestra, small instrumental ensembles, tech crew, and others working behind the scenes came together to put on a beautiful performance. A special thank you to Ms. Lobo, Mr. Porter, Ms. Winfield, and Ms. Davis.

At this time of year, the holiday spirit rises in the small town of Lititz. Students buzz in and out of stores while shop owners eagerly prepare for the upcoming weeks. The Lititz Moravian Church has assembled its nativity scene near the fountain in Lititz Square. During this season, the Lititz community provides authentic traditional experiences including tree-lighting events, caroling, Advent teas, meeting Santa Claus, and Love Feasts.

Parents' Weekend Features Performances

Fall Parents' Weekend brought a large number of parents to campus to participate in teacher conferences, attend a trustee town hall, and enjoy a Parent Association reception. Linden Hall parents were also treated to performances by music groups and a theater troupe during two spectacular fall days in Lititz.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, the Linden Hall community enjoyed a hilarious theatrical spoof: The Iliad, The Odyssey and All of Greek Mythology in 99 Minutes or Less. And, the Moravian Church Fellowship Hall was packed on Saturday afternoon for performances by The Linden Hall Choir, The Linden Hall Orchestra, and chamber groups Musea and Sinfonia. More than half the student body participated in the performing arts events.

Speaker Discusses Global Topics for Students, Parents

"Embracing the consciousness of the world citizenship implies a more complex process of knowing one's self while appreciating others." - Homa Sabet Tavangar

On Tuesday, September 12, students and parents heard a presentation by Homa Sabet Tavangar, author of the widely acclaimed Growing Up Global: Raising Children to Be At Home in the World, which was named a "Best New Parenting Book" by Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. This book is sparking initiatives across the U.S. to help audiences from CEOs to kindergartners learn and thrive in a global context - and have fun along the way.

This was a perfect complement to Linden Hall's Summer Reading Week activities based on the books Quiet and Quiet Power by Susan Cain.

Tavanger's presentation to Linden Hall parents, which was in the evening, can be viewed here.

Linden Hall Offers Transportation in Berks and Dauphin Counties

Starting in 2017-18, Linden Hall is offering transportation for day students in Berks and Dauphin Counties. The Berks County route serves Reading, Wyomissing, and surrounding areas, and the Dauphin County route serves the Harrisburg and Hershey areas.

Affordable and comfortable, this transportation makes a girl's daily ride to Linden Hall easy! Contact us at 717-626-8512 or admissions@lindenhall.org with any questions about Linden Hall's transportation offerings.

Additionally, local school districts within a 10-mile radius, including Manheim Township and Hempfield, provide busing to their resident students to Linden Hall.

Linden Hall is now accepting applications from girls entering grades 6-12 for the 2018-19 school year. Visit lindenhall.org/admission for more information and to schedule a visit.

Linden Hall's graduates enjoy a 100% acceptance rate at the four-year colleges of their choice. Click here for more information about our four-year College Counseling program.

2017 College Matriculation List

Boston UniversitySt. Lawrence University
Bryn Mawr College
Syracuse University
Cooper UnionTemple University
Fordham UniversityThe New School - All Divisions
Harvard UniversityUniversity of California - Los Angeles
Lebanon Valley CollegeUniversity of California - San Diego
Make-Up Designory - New York University of California - Santa Barbara
New York UniversityUniversity of Miami
Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity of Pittsburgh
Purdue UniversityUniversity of Rochester
Rhode Island School of DesignUniversity of St. Andrews
Skidmore College

2017 Valedictorian Esther Plotnick is a freshman at Harvard, where she intends to major in applied mathematics.

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