There are around 100 girls in the school from JK to grade 12. It's a family feel, with lots of inter-grade interaction. The junior school engage in field trips and community activities, as does the senior school. They have all-school gatherings twice a week if not more, so the girls get very familiar across all the age levels. Students and teachers there are welcoming and gregarious. Even the shy girls don't hesitate to greet visitors and are proud to show you around.
The student body at Linden is diverse. Since the school is small, the girls all know each other by name. It's amazing to see the early learners and elementary girls paired up with the older girls as reading buddies and in art class. The all-school events encourage girls to make friends with students from different grades and to support each other outside of the classroom. Since the girls are encouraged to develop their passions and to voice their own opinions, they know how to speak up for themselves and for their classmates. If they have differences of opinion, they are encouraged to talk things out and to strategize as a group. The classroom is a place for inquiry, a place to make mistakes and to learn from them.