October 18, 2019 @ 9:15 am – 11:15 am
The Linden School
10 Rosehill Ave
Toronto, ON M4T 1G5
Jean Geary

The Linden School

Open House October 18, 2019

The Linden School

For over 26 years, Linden has specialized in applying feminist pedagogy through a social justice and interdisciplinary lens to inspire and engage girls. Our enriched curriculum and small classes lead to higher academic engagement and self-confidence among girls.

Lucy Westell, MA Arts Administration & Cultural Policy, Goldsmiths College, University of London, currently serves as an Operations Manager in the non-profit sector. Lucy graduated from Linden in 2007 and recently sat down with us to discuss the impact of her education at Linden.

We invite you and your daughter to learn about our unique program. Please RSVP below.

During the Open House, student ambassadors will provide a tour of the facilities. You are welcome to visit classrooms and speak with students and teachers. Our faculty, students, and alumnae will have a special presentation for you, and Linden parents will also be available to share their experiences with you.

  • 9:15 AM–10:00 AM: Refreshments & Student-Led Tours
  • 10:00 AM–10:45 AM: Presentation by Faculty, Students and Alumnae with Q & A
  • 10:45 AM–11:15 AM: Mingle with Hosts and Speakers
October 18, 2019 at 9:15am – 11:15am
The Linden School
10 Rosehill Ave
Toronto, ON M4T1G5
Jean Geary · [email protected] · 416-966-4406

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About The Linden School

Founded in 1993 by Diane Goudie and Eleanor Moore, Linden is the only school in Canada created to incorporate cutting-edge research on girls’ educational needs, from primary to secondary school. The school’s academically challenging program and unique girl-centred philosophy ensure that girls and young women feel empowered to discover their intellectual curiosity, take risks, and develop the confidence to find their voice.

In its development, The Linden School’s pedagogy and philosophy were influenced by prominent educators and theorists working for women’s equality and social change at that time. Our school is based on Carol Gilligan’s concept of an “ethics of care,” which entails a recognition that learning is not simply intellectual, but deeply relational. We know from decades of research on gender and learning, that girls flourish in a collaborative learning environment, and we foster this through our pedagogy and a strong sense of community. Our curriculum helps students view the world through multiple lenses to uncover the complex intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, and ability. We educate girls to take on leadership roles in local, national or international arenas. Our goal is not only to have our students gain the confidence, knowledge and skills it takes to be leaders in their chosen realms; but also to help them develop the critical lens through which to question the structures and assumptions of the realms they will occupy.

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