"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? Our boarders share many of the same advantages as our day students —interaction with kind, caring, and involved faculty and staff members, an excellent education from teachers who are experts in their fields, and making friends with girls from all over the world.
But there's more...
- The opportunity to live on our picturesque 49-acre campus in Lititz, Pennsylvania, the quintessential American small-town
- The independence of living away from home with dorm parents who will mentor and guide you as you learn and grow
- An immersive experience that will allow you to form deep and lasting friendships with girls who will become your best friends, your sisters—both big and little—and meaningful relationships that will stay with you for life.
- Access to leadership opportunities—boarding students have a number of leadership opportunities that are unique to the boarding experience at Linden Hall