Oh my goodness, it’s Open House time here at Linton Hall School! This makes me very happy. Why, you ask? Because this is the time when we let our little light shine for all to see!

In the fall of 2001, when our son was just 4 ½ years old, we showed up at Linton Hall School for the Open House. Little did I know, my heart would be forever changed! My husband and I were led on a tour by a wonderful parent who was genuinely enthusiastic about this awesome school that her daughters were attending. There were terrific teachers who were available to answer curriculum questions, but what resonated most for us was the pride and joy of Linda as she showed us the school.

Decked out in his yellow polo and his navy blue shorts (and wearing a belt for the first time!), Seth marched down the hall to Kindergarten the following August! My husband and I said a prayer and crossed our fingers and hoped that we had made the right decision for our son. Two weeks later, I had confirmation that, indeed, we had made the very best decision!

The Kindergarten teacher had asked for volunteers to help out in the classroom. As I was heading down to the class, the assistant principal stepped out into the hall. When she saw me, she immediately smiled and said, “Hello, Mrs. Finkel! How is Seth enjoying Kindergarten?” That is the very moment I knew that our family had found the perfect place…not only did the assistant principal know my name, she knew that I was Seth’s mom and that he was in Kindergarten!

If you are looking for a place where your child will not be anonymous, where faith, wisdom, stewardship and integrity are woven deeply into the educational fabric of the school, then Linton Hall School may  just be that place! Please join us for our Open House on Sunday, November 5th at 1:00 p.m.

Welcome to Linton Hall School, where everybody knows your name!

9535 Linton Hall Road, Bristow, Virginia 20136
Tel: 703-368-3157 | Fax: 703-368-3036 | Email: lhs@lintonhall.edu

Nondiscriminatory Policy:  Linton Hall School School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, marital status, handicap or disability in the administration of its educational, employment, or admission policies, its athletic and other school-administered programs.