The Parents’ Association contributes to the daily operations of student life, admissions, fundraising, and community events. It’s a great way to volunteer and stay connected with your daughter’s experience at Linden Hall.
Communication and involvement are essential to Linden Hall’s success. Feel free to reach out to a teacher or administrator.
- Contact an Administrator or Department Head
- Contact a Faculty Member
- Report your child's absence, tardiness, early dismissal, or other attendance issue to firstname.lastname@example.org
Linden Hall Spirit Wear
Linden Hall school spirit wear is available exclusively online and can be ordered throughout the school year. Turnaround time is typically two weeks. Items may be delivered to the student's home, to Linden Hall, or picked up at Image Wizard in Mountville. Click here to visit the School Spirit Wear Online Store.
What to Bring
Is your daughter boarding for the first time? Click here for suggestions on what to bring.
Parents and guardians of international students should also visit the International Parent Resources page for additional forms and policies.
All Linden Hall students who wish to participate in team sports at Linden Hall or at Warwick must register online with Family ID.
Parents, please click icon below to register your daughter for 2018-19 Sports with Family ID.
Vacations provide an excellent opportunity for students to relax from the demands of boarding school life. Most international students return home for Winter and Spring Breaks. During Thanksgiving and Spring breaks, some students leave the campus on school-sponsored trips. For students who remain in the dorms, there is a daily dorm fee. Note the School Calendar for dates of breaks.
Access your daughter’s report card on Blackbaud.
School Rewards Program
Help Support Linden Hall through our School Rewards Program.
Click here to sign in to your Blackbaud account. Here you can update your contact information, access your daughter's report card, and make payments to your account.
Use the Handbook as your first source of reference when you have a question or concern. It outlines school policies, procedures and expectations for behavior.