Clubs & Organizations

At Linden Hall you can choose from many co-curricular activities from athletics and the performing and visual arts to clubs that focus on social responsibility, environmental concerns, and literary interests. Clubs and weekend activities provide many outlets for students to explore their passions, and the open, leadership-focused environment encourages girls to develop new organizations based on their hobbies and personal interests.

Chinese Culture Club

Chinese Culture Club works to provide students with a fun way to experience the Chinese culture. Each year the club hosts a celebration for Lunar New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival. The club also provides the opportunity to learn how to do Chinese Paper Cutting, Calligraphy, Tai Chi, as well as traditional Chinese games, food preparation, and more.

Community Musicians

Community Musicians is a group of students devoted to serving its community through music. The students perform self-selected music, including solos, duets, trios, or other small groups. The club goes to local nursing homes and hospitals to bring a few minutes of relaxation and enjoyment to those who do not necessarily have access to student performances.

Creative Writing Club

Dance Club


The goal of the Dragonflies club is to create a positive school community by organizing and empowering students to promote a positive atmosphere among faculty, staff, and students at Linden Hall. Students in Dragonflies have a desire to help others in various ways, both "in the spotlight" and "behind the scenes." Dragonflies members plan and carry out events such as MIx-It-Up day and Random Acts of Kindness week. Dragonflies students also provide support to new or returning students who are struggling to adjust to boarding school life or just "fit in."

Exposure Photography Club

Film-Lit Club

The Film-Lit Club is for upper schoolers who like to read and watch film versions of books. Club members select books, get together on a semi-regular basis to discuss them, and then watch a film version, usually in conjunction with a pizza party.

Gay Straight Alliance

The Gay Straight Alliance supports all Linden Hall's students by promoting a school culture that respects diversity in gender expression and sexual identity. The group aims to educate the community, connect with other local and regional GSAs, discuss relevant current events and issues, invite outside speakers, and be a safe space for its members.

Green Team

Handbell Choir

The Handbell choir ensemble is open to all students and performs at chapel services held at the Moravian Church, the Christmas Vespers service, and Baccalaureate.

LH Media

LH Media encompasses the Linden Ledger (school newspaper), LHTV, and the yearbook, Linden Leaves. Writers, artists, and photographers are invited to contribute to both the Ledger and Linden Leaves and to shoot video footage and write stories for LHTV.

Linden Ledger

Both middle and upper school students can participate in Ledger, Linden Hall's student newspaper, as reporters, photographers, and cartoonists.


Linden Leaves

Linden Hall's yearbook, Linden Leaves, is a publication that students eagerly anticipate every spring. Talented, responsible students participate in the following committees: layout, journalism, photography.

International Club

Students in International Club share their culture with the student body, write articles about their culture for the newspaper, participate in the Girl Scouts International Fair, and share their culture with those from outside the community.

LH Rock Band

Math Club: Middle School

The Middle School Math Club is for girls who are interested in doing more math outside of their current math class. Problems will be worked on in collaboration and problem solving techniques will be discussed and taught. Girls will have the opportunity to participate in both the MathCounts competition and the American Mathematics Competition.

Math Club: Upper School

The Upper School Math Club is for girls who are interested in doing more math outside of their current math class. Problems will be worked on in collaboration and problem solving techniques will be discussed and taught. Girls will have the opportunity to participate in the American Mathematics Competition, ASMA, NAT, and other university competitions.

Model United Nations


Musea is a chamber choir ensemble for girls in grades 7-12. Membership is by audition only. Musea members are Linden Hall's ambassadors of music to the community and beyond. The ensemble specializes in the performance of three- and four-part choral selections with a focus on blend, intonation, dynamics, and professionalism.


Robotics Club

Robotics club members learn to build, program, and operate computer controlled electro-mechanical devices including robots, RC vehicles, and desktop manufacturing equipment. This is a great way to consolidate STEAM knowledge in the fields of mathematics, science, computer technology and art.

Running Club


Spanish Culture Club

In this club, students speak Spanish, play games, and learn about Spanish culture.

Spelling Bee Club

The Spelling Bee Club is a fun way for students in grades 6 - 8 to learn new words and prepare for the annual Scripps Spelling Bee circuit. Members have access to interactive study materials as well as in-person club meetings to improve their spelling. The two winners of Linden Hall's annual winter spelling bee move on to Lancaster County Spelling Bee each February.

Tech Crew

Treble Chorus

Treble chorus is a middle school choir for girls in grades 6 -8. This group performs at Fall and Spring Parents' Weekend concerts, Vespers, and the Music in the Parks Competition at Hershey Park each year. Auditions are NOT required.

Visual Voice

This club participates in art-based community service projects, combining art with other disciplines to create works of art that will be placed on campus either short or long-term.

Women in Business

The Women in Business club is for girls in grades 6-12 and provides an opportunity to meet and network with businesswomen in the local and regional community. Designed as a speaker series, every month the club will explore a new business-related topic or career.

Women's Choir

Young Adult Book Club

This club is for students in grades 8 - 12 who love to read Young Adult books. Together with their faculty advisor, students choose Young Adult books based on interest. We read one book every five weeks.