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Founded in 1746, the school offers 5th through 12th grade girls an opportunity to prepare for college either by boarding or living off campus.
The only requirement for admission is academic excellence. The school focuses primarily on fostering academic achievement with small class sizes and varied foci.
Tuition is affordable for most families through their strong need based scholarships.
Linden Hall situated in a small town atmosphere. This sleepy community is just a few minutes from both the airport and the local Amtrak station, connecting the student body with their families as well as New York and Washington D.C.
Boarding Schools in Pennsylvania
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