Congratulations on your decision to learn more about Linton Hall School by visiting our website. There is much in store for you as you explore the incredible opportunities for your student at our school.When I first came to Linton Hall School as a university student in 1983, it was still an all-male boarding school. I spent several summers here as a camp counselor, running activities for the boys and working with the Sisters. I found the boys lively, engaging, intelligent and respectful and the Sisters kind, disciplined and devoted, welcoming everyone regardless of faith. During that time, I acquired a deep respect for the Benedictine tradition that infuses all aspects of life here.
By 1990, Linton Hall School had transitioned into a co-ed day school for Kindergarten through grade 8 and I was Assistant Principal at St. John the Evangelist School in Warrenton, VA. In 2007, I was thrilled to accept the position as Linton Hall School Principal.
The students’ enthusiasm for learning and simple joy that permeates throughout Linton Hall School astounds me every day – everything we do fosters a balance of spiritual, academic, social and environmental experiences for our students. Students are invited to explore and develop their individuality, their spirituality and their intellect inside and outside of the classroom.