Foundation in Faith and Values
Learn about Linton Hall School’s

Religion Programs

At our Catholic school, each student studies religion as an academic subject, and the curriculum affirms and encourages Christian values and a sense of Christian commitment.


The Themes presented in the Lower School are: God Loves Us, God Is Good, God Cares for Us, We Believe, and God Guides Us. Those presented in the Upper School are: We Worship, God Calls a People, Jesus, the Way, the Truth, and the Life, God’s Gift of Love, and God’s Gift of Community.


Throughout the year special programs and services focus on the individual gifts and talents of the students in relationship to our Creator. Programs during the year, including weekly Mass, encourage students to reach out to others in our local and global communities.

“Outstanding education of the Whole child!”

— Key To Reading

Guided by our mission, we provide a family-oriented, student-centered environment that empowers each student in his or her journey to personal academic, artistic, athletic, and moral excellence. We place great importance on the development of integrity, respect, responsibility and friendship and are deeply committed to our local and global communities.

Our students are resourceful, independent and disciplined learners who have the skills and confidence to take risks and who graduate ready for the challenges of college-preparatory secondary schools and to serve as honorable, responsible citizens for our country and our diverse world.