Leadership & Service


“Teachable moments”…

…happen all the time and can occur anywhere. Yet more often than not, the opportunity that lies within to teach leadership is passed over. At Linton Hall School, we help identify, utilize, and create teachable moments to transform individuals, classrooms, sports teams, and whole communities.

Community service is an integral part of the School, and students’ leadership experience. Grades 4-8 participate in a Student Council Association. Upper School students participate in the Leo Club, where they initiate and participate in many community outreach activities that support local charities. Collaborating as a class or as a school on these projects builds school unity and encourages our students to view the world with an empathetic heart.

Past service projects have included:

  • Clothes for Appalachia (collection of clothes to benefit children in Appalachia)
  • Food Drives and Distribution at House of Mercy
  • Regular fundraisers and donations made to the various ministries of the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia

“We love this program! The children learn so much more than the academics, which are top notch as well! My son comes home full of love and joy.

He is learning how to be a good friend and neighbor, to be polite and caring, and most of all how to have fun. He loves going to school, and I love being a part of the community fostered by the school. I will never be able to stop gushing about how wonderful Little Sprouts truly is.”

— Brandi Bryden (parent of Prek student and 2 day student)