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.
Nine Linden Hall students competed and placed in the top tiers of participants in the Mathematical Association of America American Mathematics Competitions this school year.
Linden Hall's production of Peter and the Starcatcher, directed by Dennis Foreman, played to sold-out houses April 5-7. We invite you to enjoy the video!
Architecture, construction and engineering: These career fields are compelling to many high school students, and it is important to explore them before committing to a university program. This year, Linden Hall offered its students this opportunity through the Lancaster County ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program.
Tyler Mandrell '18 and Catherine Chen '19 earned all-state honors at the PIAA championship meet on March 15.