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Linden Hall private School

Address: 212 E Main St, Lititz, PA 17543, USA

Description Linden Hall private School

  • Year of foundation: 1746
  • Location: Lititz, PA, USA
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: 220 people
  • Age of students: 11-18 years
  • Type of education: private school for girls.

Founded in 1746, the Linden Hall School is the oldest independent boarding school and day school for girls. A diverse student body is represented by girls from 32 states and 14 countries. Linden Hall brings up curious and creative, intellectually developed girls, focused on leadership and a successful future. Graduates are well prepared for their chosen colleges for life and career.

Since its inception and throughout the 270-year history, Linden Hall has adhered to the principle that the development of a love of knowledge allows girls to reach their full potential. Classes take place on the basis of imitation of samples, which allows to ensure the principle of continuity of education and the solid foundation necessary for development and compliance with current educational trends.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Linden Hall private School

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-16
from 57 650 $ / year

Secondary school - 6-8 class - from $ 23,100 / g.

The secondary school program is designed in accordance with the level of development of students at each stage of education. Girls grow and mature at different speeds, so the program has a flexible structure: in each class, students take the Health and Well-being course to meet their individual needs, to provide a safe environment for discussing important topics. The program emphasizes the importance of sharing with others both inside and outside the school community, and requires that all girls take part in community service.

Annual
15-18
from 57 650 $ / year

High school - grades 9-12 - from $ 23,100 / g.

With its small class sizes, diverse student body and attention to girls, Linden Hall provides an excellent academic environment with focused leadership. The high school curriculum aims to prepare young women for success in college and beyond. Academic achievement achieved by high school students at Linden Hall is reflected in the outstanding results of the SAT and Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The AP average score for a Linden Hall student is 4.1, which is much higher than the national average. 93% of students who passed the exams at Linden Hall in 2018 received 3.4 / 5 points.

22.06.2020 -17.07.2020
15-18
from 1 165 $ / week

Summer Academy of riding - from $ 325 / week.

The program of the Summer Academy of Riding provides an extended lesson time, instructions on how to stay in the saddle, care technology, proper use of equipment, first aid and many other skills necessary for practicing equestrian sports. Lessons are possible with blacksmiths, veterinarians, and other horse care professionals.

Accommodation, housing and food

Each student at the Linden Hall School becomes part of the campus. For students living in a boarding school, all conditions are created for a comfortable, safe life away from home. The advantages of boarding:

  • Kind, caring and involved teachers, staff
  • Well-educated teachers who are experts in their fields.
  • The opportunity to make friends with girls from around the world
  • Independent living away from home with the support of mentors.

The school offers several accommodation programs for students of different age groups:

  • Junior Boarding is a boarding school program for younger girls located in the Horn dormitory. Caring atmosphere, supervision of mentors and teachers of the hostel. The goal of the program for younger girls is to learn to live in society, share space, compromise, interact with international students and adapt to cultural diversity.
  • The boarding school program for high school students provides a favorable living and learning environment for students in grades 9–12 and prepares them for life in a dormitory in college. Placed in three interconnected dormitories, young girls from high school are brought up in a spirit of independence.
  • Many girls choose the option of accommodation, involving living on weekdays and leaving home on weekends. This option provides all the benefits of residential programs for students.

The Linden Hall Dining Services program offers daily home-cooked meals to students, faculty, and staff. Their mission is to create healthy, nutritious, tasty food, active support of local farmers, sustainable farming methods. The menu is developed using local, seasonal, organic ingredients, making it possible to lay the foundation for future healthy food choices. The chef includes vegetarian meals at every meal, satisfying the needs of many students, faculty, and staff (a vegan menu is offered on request).

Events Linden Hall private School

Traveling is an important part of the Linden Hall educational experience, especially for boarders and international students. Every weekend, students have the opportunity to travel to major cities — Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Washington — or to nearby cities and villages to experience the local culture. Traveling develops critical thinking, communication, teamwork skills.

The Linden Hall Arts arts program includes music, theater, dance and visual arts, develops students' skills and understanding of the historical, contemporary aspects of art, seeks to develop the creativity of each student, to identify his individuality.

The athletics program provides competitive opportunities for all skill levels - from beginners to accomplished athletes.

Linden Hall offers a unique equestrian sport program, which lays a solid foundation for horse riding, horse riding, jumping with obstacles, triathlon competitions.

Pupils Linden Hall choose from a variety of clubs that allow to satisfy a variety of interests:

  • Chinese Culinary Club
  • Chinese Cultural Club
  • Chinese Zither Club
  • Choir Linden Hall
  • Circle of Friends
  • Club med
  • Coding Club
  • Music Club
  • Historical Costume Club
  • A dancing group
  • DECA - Leadership Club
  • Club of future teachers
  • Echo - Linden Hall Literature Magazine
  • Cinema Club
  • Fitness club
  • GSA - support for the expression of gender and sexual identity
  • Running club
  • Green Club
  • Handbell Choir - Sacred Music Ensemble
  • International Club
  • International Actor's Society
  • Japanese language and culture club
  • Key club
  • Ledger - student newspaper
  • Math Team - for students who want to do more math outside their current math classes
  • Drama club
  • UN Model
  • Musea - Chamber Choir Ensemble for Girls Grades 7-12
  • National Historical Club
  • Orchestra
  • Quiz
  • Relax Club
  • Club Robotics
  • Rock band
  • Science Club
  • Social Media Club
  • Spanish club
  • Technology Club
  • Club yearbook
  • Yoga club
  • Club Young Adult Book.

Advantages

  1. The opportunity to live in a picturesque 49 acre campus in old Lititz, Pennsylvania, to feel the atmosphere of a typical American town.
  2. 100% of Linden Hall School graduates enter leading colleges, universities in the United States and the world:
  • University of Chicago
  • Boston University
  • Elizabethtown College
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University College London
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of Rochester
  • University of San Francisco
  • University of Southern California.

Equipment Linden Hall private School

Beautiful and comfortable, the 49-acre campus is located in the heart of historic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in a picturesque little town. The campus includes a number of premises to meet the educational, sports, scientific and other interests of female students.

The newly renovated Evita Allen Center for Academic Excellence and the Steinman Arts & Science Building have state-of-the-art classrooms equipped with the latest technology. The Center for Academic Excellence houses the departments of world languages, history, English, a library, a computer lab, consulting offices, and a lecture hall for studying in large groups (LGI). The Steinman building is dedicated to art classrooms, photography, mathematics, and scientific laboratories.

In the autumn of 2017, a working space (Makerspace) was opened in a renovated historic stone building, focused on technological, practical work in all academic disciplines.

The Anne Brossman Sweigert Fitness Center (ABS) offers classes in the gym with folding stands and basketball hoops, also used for fairs and other large group events. On the second floor there is a dance studio with specially equipped wooden floors, mirrored walls, and a gym.

Other sports facilities in Linden Hall:

  • Tennis courts
  • Football fields
  • Lacrosse-field.

The equestrian school is located within walking distance of academic buildings and dormitories: it is equipped with an indoor ring for horse training, a spacious heated stable with 20 stalls.

In the very center of the campus is the Fountain Courtyard, located between the Academic Center and the hostels. In the courtyard is a beautiful garden for walking pupils with statues of Italian poets Tasso and Dante.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

Tuition Linden Hall School:

  • Full time - 23100 $ / g.
  • 5-day boarding - 48000 $ / g.
  • Permanent stay - $ 55,700 / g.

Additional expenses:

  • International student fee - $ 1000 / year
  • English as a second language - $ 4000 / g.
  • A uniform
  • Personal notebook
  • Textbooks
  • Aviation Program
  • Music lessons
  • Riding lessons
  • Tutoring.

Summer camp:

  • Mix-and-Match (with accommodation) - July 15-19, July 22-26 - 2-5, 6-8 class - from $ 1450 / week.
  • Steam (day stay) - July 8-12 - 2-5, 6-8 class - from $ 275 / week.
  • Spanish diving (day stay) - July 15-19, July 22–26 - 2-5, 6-8 class - from $ 550 / week.
  • Summer Academy of riding (daytime stay) - June 17-21, July 15-19, July 29-August 2, August 12-16 - from $ 325 / week. or $ 65 / d.

Extra fees:

  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 50 USD

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Applicants provide to the school:

  • Online request form
  • Standard Online Application (SAO)
  • High School Entrance Testing (SSAT)
  • Transcripts of grades from the previous place of study
  • Recommendations from teachers
  • Testing English TOEFL.

The final stage of admission is an individual interview with the supervisor and teachers.

For international students, Linden Hall offers courses in English as a second language (Intermediate and Advanced levels).

Scholarships Linden Hall private School

Linden Hall offers scholarships to students based on SSAT entrance exams and current academic progress.

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