Student Advising

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Director of Student Advising, Tara Silver

The Linden School's approach to guidance and student advising emphasizes girls' social learning, responsibility and self-advocacy.

In our elementary grades we work proactively to build a sense of community, emotional well-being and healthy conflict resolution.

In the middle school years, we explore a range of issues relevant to this developmental stage. Among these are positive friendships, stress management and study skills. Our middle school program sets students up for a successful high school experience.

From grades 9 to 12 we examine time management, body image, social media and preparation for post-secondary education. Our students receive extensive individual academic guidance in choosing university programs and exploring career options using the best available data and research tools. 

Learn more about our approach to student advising by reading our interview with Director of Student Advising, Tara Silver.