Linden Hall is home to several clubs and organizations open to and led by students. In addition to augmenting the student experience and providing unique leadership opportunities, clubs often become classes. Club time is built into student schedules once per week, and students may join as many social clubs as they wish. Our girls quickly realize that there is so much more to their Linden Hall experience than their daily classwork!
Club interests include social responsibility, environmental concerns, community service, literary interests, improving social and academic skills, and so much more. Want to learn about international relations? Join Model UN! Want to develop your leadership and entrepreneurial skills? Check out DECA! Want the opportunity to serve your community? Sign up for Key Club! Want to relax and enjoy a game with friends? Try our Minecraft club!
Not interested in any active clubs? No problem! Our students can create any club they would like to lead. Clubs allow students to explore their passions, develop new interests, and share their experiences with one another.
In addition to our many clubs, Linden Hall is home to several academic and social organizations, such as the National Honor Society, International Thespian Society, and more.