On Wednesday, October 2, Linden Hall celebrated its 100th Gretna Day! Gretna Day has been a Linden Hall tradition since October 1919.
On Monday, October 14, the Linden Hall community donned pink in support of the Varsity Volleyball Team as they raised money in support of breast cancer research.
Piano Club students had an opportunity to listen to and learn from Madame Ruth Slenczynska, the last living student of famed Russian pianist and composer, Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Thank you to Stray Productions, donors, and the Parents' Association for our new lighting and soundboard!
Three Linden Hall seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Linden Hall is proud to offer Ajiri Tea in our dining hall.
Students take a trip to Longwood Gardens to explore horticulture.
On September 19, Linden Hall had the honor of hosting Mrs. Stephanie Slocum. She worked as a structural engineer for 15 years before founding Engineers Rising LLC.
Our 9th graders participated in a week-long field trip of environmental education at the Chincoteague Bay Field Station in Wallops Bay, Virgina.
On Saturday, September 14, Linden Hall hosted a schooling show on campus and a number of our riders competed. Despite the rain, quite a few members of the public joined us as spectators. The following day, on Sunday, September 15, members of the Middle School and Upper School Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) teams traveled to Bowcrest Farm in Hummelstown. Linden Hall's IEA teams were in action again on Saturday, September 21, when Linden Hall hosted their home show.