"I've really enjoyed being a boarder!! As a freshman and sophomore, I was a day student and lived about 30 minutes away. My practices were often around 7 pm which meant that I usually got home around 8 or 9. It was really troublesome to have to commute back and forth, but in my junior year, I switched to being a boarder and it made school life a lot more convenient. As a boarder, I had more opportunities to connect with classmates and work on assignments together. The extra hour of sleep in the morning was also pretty nice..."- Michelle, '21
What are the advantages of being a boarding student at Linden Hall? Boarders enjoy the same advantages as day students — interaction with experienced and involved staff, excellent education from teachers who are experts in their fields, and the opportunity to make friends with young women from all over the world. Additionally, boarding students have the option to engage in unique leadership roles both on and off campus as well as develop the independence to thrive after Linden Hall.
But there's more...
- Boarders live on our picturesque 49-acre campus in Lititz, Pennsylvania, the quintessential American small-town
- Dorm parents mentor and guide boarding students to ensure that each girl learns, grows, and reaches her potential
- An immersive experience allows boarders to form deep and lasting friendships with girls who will become their best friends, their sisters — both big and little — and cultivate meaningful relationships that will stay with them for life.