When it comes to choosing the right educational environment for young women, Linden Hall School for Girls in Lititz, PA, stands out as a private institution dedicated to fostering academic excellence, personal growth, and empowerment. As the oldest girls’ boarding and day school in the United States, Linden Hall offers a unique and enriching experience that goes beyond the traditional classroom setting. Visit our News & Events page to explore some of the distinctive advantages that set Linden Hall apart.
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.
Linden Hall’s fall gala fundraiser, A Night for the Blue & White, was a phenomenal success for our school. Over 100 attendees helped raise money to support the tuition assistance program at Linden Hall. To quote one attendee, “A Night for the Blue & White was one of the highlights of my fall season. What a unique opportunity to support a school that means so much to me!”
Linden Hall’s fall play, Girls in the Boat, was a spectacular performance that our families and staff will remember for many years to come. Based on the incredible origin story of the US Olympic Women’s Rowing Team, this play follows a group of strong, fiery young women fighting discrimination and prejudice to compete in the male-dominated sport of rowing. As the group breaks barriers of race and gender, their newly minted U.S. rowing team goes on to become the most winning sports team in American history.
Situated in a small charming town, Linden Hall enjoys proximity to several metropolitan areas.
This convenient location allows us to supplement our students’ learning through in-person visits to major museums, performances, and historical landmarks. After a challenging period marked by the Covid pandemic, we are thrilled to announce perhaps one of the largest school trips we have offered our students at Linden Hall. As we return to providing educational field trips, our recent excursion to Washington, DC, displays our unwavering commitment to providing enriching experiences for our students.
Our students had an incredible time exploring the nation’s capital, including the Smithsonian museums, art galleries, monuments, and memorials around the National Mall. Discover the highlights of our trip and hear directly from some of our students by visiting our News & Events page!
ASSIST is a U.S. based non-profit international student exchange organization that aims to cultivate passionate global leaders of the generation. This selective program matches outstanding international scholars with America’s elite independent secondary schools to provide them with a memorable exchange experience on a one-year scholarship. Linden Hall has been a partner school since 2016 and has welcomed an average number of three ASSIST scholars annually ever since. This year, we are excited to welcome three ASSIST scholars, two representing Germany and one representing the Czech Republic.
We are proud to highlight Sophie ‘26, hailing from Oberursel, Czech Germany!
Visit our News & Events page to get to know Sophie, including her academic and extracurricular pursuits, her excitement about living at Linden Hall, and fun facts about her home country!