At Linden Hall, students choose from many co-curricular activities in addition to Athletics. There are clubs that focus on social responsibility, environmental concerns, and literary interests, among many other choices. Clubs provide many outlets for students to explore their passions, and girls are encouraged to develop new organizations based on their hobbies and personal interests.
CHINESE COOKING CLUB
The Chinese Cooking Club is a fun, hands-on club. Students in this club will learn how to cook traditional Chinese food while they also learn about the culture of Chinese food.
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.
CHINESE ZITHER CLUB
Chinese Zither Club encourages students to practice and perform on this traditional instrument.
The Linden Hall Choir is a class that enrolls students in grades 7–12. It meets twice a week during Music Block. Choir allows students the opportunity to perform with peers in a school concert choir setting. Students learn choral repertoire through a performance-based curriculum and perform at several on-campus events throughout the year. There is no audition required to enroll and previous choral experience is not required. Students gain a better understanding of the fundamentals of musical literacy through an active rehearsal process.
CIRCLE OF FRIENDS
Circle of Friends is a club that designs and sells Linden Hall spiritwear, and participates in philanthropy.
Linden Hall students who are interested in medicine can join Club Med, our pre-med club.
Students in the coding club work to improve their own coding skills as well as travel to other schools to lead workshops.
Student musicians practice and perform for residentseach month at Luther Acres, an assisted living facility in Lititz.
The Costume Crew works on the costumes for Linden Hall theater productions.
This group practices after school and competes in area competitions as well as performing at Linden Hall home basketball games. This activity is considered a sport, and meets a student's physical education requirement for the quarter she participates.
DECA is an international organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. It allows students to practice key leadership skills such as goal setting, consensus building, and project management.
Linden Hall students who participate this group are chosen by application, and travel each month to a local middle school to mentor younger girls.
This is the Linden Hall literary magazine, published each year in the spring.
FILM MAKING CLUB
FITNESS ROOM CLUB
This club provides a formal time each week for participants to use the Fitness Room in the Linden Hall Gym, with an adult club mentor.
GENDER SEXUALITY ALLIANCE
The GSA 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.
GIRLS ON THE RUN
This ensemble is open to all students and performs at chapel services held at the Moravian Church, the Christmas Vespers service, and Baccalaureate.
INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY
For Upper School students, Linden Hall's chapter of ITS, Troupe 3514, instills honor, pride, affirmation, and inspiration for actors. Students are inducted based on a standardized point system.
JAPANESE CULTURE CLUB
In Japanese Language and Culture Club, we learn about some basics of Japanese language and culture by doing fun activities. We talk about the Japanese alphabet, make Sushi, do Japanese hairstyles, and make Origami.
Key Club, according to the organization, is "an international student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership.” The students meet twice a month. One meeting is used to work on a service project, and the other is focused on leadership activities and improving the club as a whole.
Ledger, the student newspaper, welcomes all students as reporters, photographers, or cartoonists. Upper School students with at least one year's experience in writing for Ledger can apply to be an editor; editors are selected at the end of the previous academic year, and are responsible for editing, paste-up, planning, and production for each issue. Ledger does not meet during Friday Clubs Block, so reporters, photographers, and cartoonists must have the time in their schedules to commit to preparing their submission, and revising it as needed, for each issue.
Math Team is for students who are interested in doing more math outside of their current math classes. Problems are worked on in collaboration, and problem-solving techniques are discussed and taught. Middle School students will have the opportunity to participate in both the MathCounts competition and the American Mathematics Competition, while Upper School students participate in the American Mathematics Competition, ASMA, NAT, and other university competitions.
MIDDLE SCHOOL DRAMA CLUB
This club for grades 6–8 meets during Friday's Club Block, as well as Mondays and Wednesdays after school. The club produces an annual Middle School play, and has done dramatic readings in the community.
MODEL UNITED NATIONS
Students interested in debate, current events, and international affairs should consider Model UN! The club is open to 8th graders and Upper School students, though only Upper School students attend sleep-away conferences. This is a competition-focused club. Participants need to attend weekly Clubs Block meetings and at least two symposia (which are held on Saturdays or Sundays) per semester. They are also strongly encouraged to participate in national conferences.
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.
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY CLUB
The NHD competition is designed for students with an interest in researching topics centered around a national theme that relates to historical patterns. Students have the opportunity to present their research on a variety of platforms in competitions at the regional level. Successful students can then participate at the state or even national level. This club and the competition itself are open to both Middle and Upper School students.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
This group meets during Clubs Block on Fridays and answers trivia questions. The students are split into teams and it is fun opportunity for learning and competition.
The school year is busy, and the days are packed with hectic schedules, homework assignments, extracurricular activities, and community service. Are you looking for a release? Relaxation Club helps bring students' stress levels down as they engage in calming, zen activities such as painting, yoga, coloring, crafting, and walks into town to get snacks, hot tea, or coffee. Upper School students only.
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 science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.
Science Club meets Fridays during Clubs Block to share and explore our love of science. Club activities have included building stomp rockets, dissecting squid, paper chromatography, growing hydroponic plants, and making slime. This club is open to students in Middle and Upper School.
SOCIAL MEDIA CLUB
SPANISH CONVERSATION TABLE
This group meets once a week at lunch and speaks in Spanish. It is a requirement for AP Spanish students, and also open to anyone wishing to practice Spanish.
This group helps run audio and visual aspects of campus events. The club members are trained during Assemblies and Chapel services on all the equipment. They learn how to set things up, take them down, and maintain working equipment during an event. They also film speeches and presentations. They are then given the opportunity to apply what they have learned during special event such as plays, Vespers, and commencement.
VISUAL VOICE CLUB
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.
WEIGHT TRAINING CLUB
Yearbook club is open to students in all grades who are interested in photography, layout, design, writing, editing, and producing the annual Yearbook, Linden Leaves.
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.