The Visual and Performing Arts are an integral part of human culture and education. Historically, they have served as a means of storytelling, religious enhancement, social documentation, and personal expression. Ultimately, the arts reflect the conventions of the society in which they are created.
The Linden Hall Arts Program — including music, theater, dance, and visual arts — develops students’ skills and appreciation for historical and contemporary aspects of the arts. We strive to nurture each student's creativity and celebrate her individuality.
Linden Hall students are encouraged to:
- Understand the cross-curricular connection between the Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math, as part of the STEAM curriculum, as well as relate the arts to humanities concepts;
- Embrace the influences of their international peers; and
- Share their talents beyond the classroom through exhibitions, performances, and competitions.