The Athletics program at Linden Hall provides competitive opportunities for every interest and skill level, from beginners to elite athletes.
Linden Hall is also home to a comprehensive Equestrian program that establishes a strong foundation in riding and horsemanship with a focus on Hunters, Jumping, Eventing, and Equitation. Linden Hall riders at all levels compete in shows locally and in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
As a member of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA), Linden Hall fields varsity, junior varsity, and middle school teams in soccer, tennis, volleyball, riding, cross country, golf, basketball, archery and dance. Linden Hall's co-operative program with Warwick High School allows students to participate on PIAA varsity and junior varsity teams in field hockey, lacrosse, swimming, track and field, softball, and bowling.
Linden Hall’s archery team is a member of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP), which allows our team to compete against other schools and train to qualify for the annual NASP State Tournament at Penn State in March. Our dance team performs at home basketball games and competes locally as well as in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Our athletics program challenges students to learn and grow in ways that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.
Athletics promote essential life skills and strategies such as leadership, respect, teamwork, grit, sportsmanship, self-discipline, and lifelong fitness. Athletics participation also nurtures friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.
Linden Hall's first priority is to provide the best education for our student-athletes. Athletics here are an integral part of our overall program, contributing to students' physical, social, emotional, and moral development. We expect our student-athletes to strive to reach their full potential both on and off the athletic field. Participation on more than one team by individuals of all experience and skill levels is encouraged.
This spring, four Linden Hall students have participated on Warwick High School's sports teams through the co-op program. Three of these students joined the Track and Field Team: Kierstyn Stevens, a senior from Mohnton; Jessica Payne, a junior from Manheim Township; and Te-ójah Dennison Morgan, a sophomore from Lancaster. Kierstyn competed in hurdles and Te-ójah participated in the sprinting events, while Jessica did all three throwing events. Kelsey Clotfelter, a freshman from Mickleton, N.J., played on the JV Lacrosse Team.