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The spirit of activism resides at Linden. Together, we listen to voices not traditionally heard and seek to challenge conventional wisdom. Students learn to think critically and advocate for positive social change. At Linden, the bar is set high to support girls in reaching their goals without changing who they essentially are. Our academically challenging program supports the development of each student's unique voice. Girls are provided a range of opportunities to excel equally in math and sciences, arts and athletics. They are empowered to be full participants in problem-solving for the future, both locally and globally.
The Linden School inspires girls to develop confidence in themselves through innovative teaching methods, empowering experiences, and meaningful connections to their peers. Our evidence-based approach incorporates the most current research about how girls learn best and small classes allow our teachers to put this research into practice while embracing each student’s individual learning style. We encourage girls to take risks and to think critically in the classroom, while preserving a sense of fun.
The Linden School is a private Traditional / academic day school in Toronto, Ontario. The school offers programs for grades 1 to 12 with enrolment of 125 day students. The Linden School has an average class size of 12 students and has a tuition cost of $15,900 to $16,300. Founded in 1993, this private school does not require students to wear uniforms and the language of instruction is English.
The annual Science Olympics is an opportunity for the girls to practice science in a fun, spontaneous, and collaborative setting. It is also a leadership opportunity for our senior students,... read more
The Linden music classes spent the majority of the first term preparing songs to perform at the Festival of Lights. The grade one class worked hard at learning and memorizing... read more
On November 15th, we hosted our first (hopefully annual) Social Justice Data Fair. Many Linden students took part in the afternoonâs events. After a brief welcome, Sandra McIntyre... read more
For the past four years, grades 7-8 have taken part in a Wen-do self defense course as part of their Physical Education programme. Wen-Do Womenâs Self Defence is a programme... read more
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