At Linden Hall, we are more than a school – we are a family. Our campus is not only home to domestic and international boarders, but also to faculty and staff members and their families who are invested in each student's well-being. Faculty and staff, whether they live on campus or reside nearby, are active members of the Linden Hall community - they cheer for the basketball team, chaperone off-campus trips, participate in movie nights, and attend student performances.
Every member of our caring faculty and residential life staff encourages students to live out our mission and promise - to value scholarly achievement, to practice cultural awareness, and to respect the feelings, rights, and property of others. Here, students learn the value of co-operating with others in a very tight-knit community.
The dorms are a place where students can unwind, be themselves, have fun with their friends, study, relax, and make cherished memories with girls from all over the world.
Linden Hall day students are just as involved in campus life as our boarders. They may eat breakfast, lunch and dinner on campus, and spend time with friends in the dorms or at their home over weekends and during school breaks. Designated lounge areas provide day students with a locker and a place to relax between classes.What are some of our students’ favorite activities?
- Grabbing ice cream at Isabella’s after school
- School Dances
- Roller Skating
- Shopping at King of Prussia Mall
- First Friday Art Walks in Lancaster City
- Trips to National Tours of Broadway shows in Hershey
- Enjoying world-class theater at Fulton Theater, America's oldest continually running company, located in Lancaster
- Trips to Target and the mall
- Visiting Candy-ology, Sturgis Pretzel House, and the many shops in downtown Lititz with friends after school
Traditions are a cornerstone of a Linden Hall education and the campus experience. Many of the traditions at Linden Hall have been handed down from generation to generation and provide a connection between current students and alumnae. Participating in these time-honored traditions enhances what it means to be a “Linden Hall girl” and creates a lasting identity as a Linden Hall alumna.
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