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  • Linden Nation Welcomes Judoka Olympian!

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    Linden Nation was excited to welcome another Canadian elite athlete to our end of the year celebration June 18 in the gym: Kelita Zupancic ranked #2 in the world in the sport of Judo!  Kelita started off with a highly inspirational speech about her journey and dream to compete at the 2012 London Olympic Games. […]

  • Smart ways to live

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    Our grade 3 students were hard at work writing lyrics and creating art to produce a music video, Smart ways to live.  This was a particularly rewarding project and some senior students in grade 9 even volunteered to take part during a few of their guidance classes.  The grade 3s performed it live with the video […]

  • Junior Drama Night

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    On Friday, May 23rd, a packed audience was treated to a variety of plays put on by the grades 1 to 6 classes. The gym, transformed into a theatre for the afternoon, rang with applause and laughter throughout. Linden students took on many different roles both off-stage (including scene direction, lighting, sets, and even playwriting) […]

  • Grade 11 Manifestos


    As classes are coming to a close, students have been hard at work finishing their summative evaluations.  Grade 11 English students recently submitted their manifestos, a project that involved selecting an issue that is important to them and articulating their own visions for social change. Check out Adriana Bell’s website that includes a Fourth Wave […]

  • Speak Up: Girls Voice video contest

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    As part of the TGJ4M Independent Study Unit, Natasha Poley (Grade 11) submitted a video to the Canadian Women’s Foundation for the Girls Voice Video Contest. Natasha wanted her video, addressing girls’ confidence, to be a creative and collaborative project with several students across the grades. She interviewed many students and created the following piece, […]

  • Cyber Seniors is a hit!

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    During the Spring term, several Linden students have been volunteered with seniors at Harbourside Condos, teaching them how to use the computer and navigate the Internet. This volunteer opportunity arose from a collaboration with the program and documentary, Cyber Seniors. On Saturday, May 31, many Linden families and staff attended a special screening of Cyber […]

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    Girl Rising: Supporting girls in Nigeria

    At Linden, we believe in supporting the efforts of people outside our local community who are trying to make improve how girls are seen and valued around the world.   Following our “Girl Rising” screening in the fall, we want to add our voice to those who are expressing their dismay about the plight of girls in […]

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    Students’ motivation to learn mathematics

    Families might be interested in reading this from the recent OECD PISA study of 44 different economies and consider how students at Linden are taught to see themselves as successful and engaged mathematicians. “[A] substantial proportion of the difference in mathematics performance related to gender can be explained by differences in boys’ and girls’ self-beliefs […]

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    Girl Rising: Educate girls, change the world

    Mary Ladky, principal of Toronto’s The Linden School, interviewed Manjushree Thapa, one of the contributors to the powerful film “Girl Rising” at a special screening of the film sponsored by the school.

  • CBC Radio: Are school dress codes unfair to girls?

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    We are proud to share that our very own Principal, Dr. Mary Ladky, was asked to participate on a panel discussing, “Are school dress codes unfair to girls?”  Mary was contacted to explore how The Linden School navigates school dress code. From the CBC Radio website: Conflicts over student dress codes have been cropping up […]

  • Linden’s own Marguerite Andersen

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    Born in Germany, Marguerite Andersen started learning French when she was four and has lived her adulthood in that language. She has lived in Germany, France, England, Tunisia, Ethiopia, the U.S. and came to Canada in 1958 and taught at The Linden School from 1993 until 2007.  Since 1998, she has been editor for the […]

  • Yann Martel visits Linden


    All our community members are welcome to join staff and students for Yann Martel’s visit to Linden April 14th.  Bring a lunch to the gym at 11:40 am and enjoy the opportunity for a lively question and answer session with this highly successful and engaging author.  Afterwards, Yann will be available for book signing so […]

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10 Rosehill Avenue, Toronto ON



We are located two blocks south of the Yonge Street and St. Clair Ave intersection, east of Yonge Street. TTC: St. Clair Subway Station is located one block north of us. Exit St. Clair Subway Station by the Pleasant Boulevard exit.