The school is 1 short block directly south of St. Clair Subway station, and half-a-block east of Yonge. It's a very handy location. There is a large park on the street which they use for sports, science and a lot of their activities. It's a really nice area.
The Yonge and St. Clair neighbourhood in Toronto is host to a group of diverse independent schools (one large, one small, and one religious) as well as several public schools. Since there are a number of students in the area, there are a number of student-friendly businesses. And, the community is well aware that there are young people around. People look out for each other. The Linden School is also close to public transit, which is great for the girls who travel from different parts of the city. And, the older girls look out for the younger girls when travelling home. There is also a large local park for extra sports practices and picnics. The girls make use of a gym up the street for basketball games, practices, and overflow sporting events. The well-travelled leafy ravine provides a place for nature hikes and science and photography projects. The rooftop playground at Linden, with its safe home for honeybees, is a highlight.