Given the recent heavy rains in Lancaster County, it couldn't be a better time for Linden Hall 6th graders begin their water unit in science.
Linden Hall opened its 273rd year on August 20 with four new faculty members: English teachers Kathryn Fukuda, Amber Harding and Damian Hondares, and math teacher Alyson Longmore.
Head of School Michael E. Waylett rang the opening bell at Convocation Friday evening, August 17, to start the school year.
Linden Hall graduated 28 young women today at the conclusion of its 272nd academic year. The traditional procession of students in white and faculty in academic regalia led the seniors into the Lititz Moravian Church at 10:30 a.m. for Commencement.
A record number of Linden Hall students, 35, were inducted into the National Honor Society at Linden Hall on April 25: six seniors, 17 juniors, and 12 sophomores.
"Being a member is a way of life. It's being a scholar, a leader, a community servant, and person with integrity. Those of us who are already members and those about to join our ranks are girls who, on a daily basis, try to make the world around us a better place," said Senior Seraphina Thorpe.