Congratulations to student artists Amy ’24, Rose ’25, Leni ’26, and Hayden ’24 for winning awards in this year’s Lancaster County Young Artists Competition. Special congratulations also to Amy for winning the Pauline Stauffer Award of Excellence for her piece "Bark."
Committed to excellence in the education of young women in a diverse community, Linden Hall provides a rigorous and multifaceted college-preparatory experience where each student is nurtured and inspired to reach her highest potential.
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We foster critical and independent thinking, deep intellectual curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning. Are you ready to be part of this dynamic tradition? We look forward to hearing from you!
Challenging coursework, extraordinary faculty, and world-class programs empower girls to excel. With our unique curriculum featuring advanced courses in nearly all disciplines, our students have limitless opportunities to challenge themselves academically.
Each member of the Linden Hall family is supported by mentors, advisors, and friends who empower and inspire her on a daily basis. We seek to build a diverse community of lifelong learners who truly care about each other and the world around them.
Our riding program offers a year-round, competitive training schedule. Whether you wish to compete internationally or are looking to become involved with horses for the first time, you will find a home at Linden Hall.
We are so proud of Tenra ‘24 for winning this year's Lancaster-Lebanon League Championship in the 100-yard freestyle, 2nd place in the 50 freestyle, 2nd place in the 200 medley relay, and 5th place in the 200 freestyle relay. Awesome work, Tenra! We are so proud of you.
Last weekend, Linden Hall School student-musician Yuna ’24 had the honor of participating in PMEA's District 7 Orchestra Festival. Under the baton of award-winning conductor Chelsea Gallo, Yuna performed a masterwork repertoire, including Copland's “Appalachian Spring Suite” and Brahms's “Academic Festival Overture.” Yuna has been selected to perform in the upcoming PMEA Central Region Orchestra Festival later this year, which also puts her in the running for All-State. Congratulations on your excellent musical achievements, Yuna!
On Saturday, December 9, over 40 Linden Hall community members gathered in an auditorium at Penn Cinema to take part in the Image and Word Festival, a culmination of Mr. Hondares's "visual literature" course focused on graphic novels and film studies. Visit LHGirls.org/news to read more!
On December 7 & 8, Linden Hall celebrated its annual Vespers service in the Lititz Moravian Church. Vespers has been a highlight at Linden Hall since the school’s founding in 1746. Deeply embedded in the Moravian tradition, early Vespers services were completely sacred. More recently, however, the programs have begun to include both sacred and secular music. Similarly, Bible verses are now augmented by poetry readings.