I am currently attending this High School and am a senior. I'd have to say there are maybe four or five teachers that are absolutely amazing, but the rest are just at par with my expectations. The campus is sparsely landscaped and on an unrelated note, the majority of students have delusions of adequacy.
... Read more But overall, Linden High School is much like a community and or family in which we all tolerate each other. The sports programs are good; soccer is probably the best sport, except for baseball who are equally good in their division. Basketball struggles but shows promise. Read less
Posted by a student on 02/11/13
I am an exchange student from china and I attended LHS for one year. Undoubtedly this school year in this school has totally changed my life. You will immediately fall in love with this school when every day you are warmly greeted by students around and patiently taught by teachers. Because it is a small
... Read more scale school, so everyone knows everyone so it is like a big family. The impressing drama and sports programs are also the reason that you should undoubtedly choose Linden High. Everything there assisted me to thrive. I love you Linden! Read less
Posted by a student on 05/30/11
My child goes to Linden Elementary, and I love the High School because it does things to help the Younger generation as well as the kids at there school. If they win this I would like them to use the money on the School Track so it would not only benefit the High School but it would also benefit the
... Read more Elementary School and the community. I like to use the track to walk. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/01/10
I have taught at LHS for a few years now. In these years, I have seen a few dramatic changes for the better. The administration is very supportive of their quality teachers. In years past, there have been a few less than perfect teachers and administrators. Thankfully these things have a way of working
... Read more themselves out. Both the site and district leadership are very supportive of the arts and extra-curricular programs. The school culture embraces individuals and emphasizes student success, regardless of the learning environment. The schools are great and the community is very supportive of students and the learning process. Read less
Posted by a teacher on 06/11/09
I am currently a student at Linden High and I can truely say I love it. I moved here in the 4th grade and was immediatly accepted. I feel this school really helps people thrive and accomplish there goals in life. As a freshman we were taught how important education really is and how school can be fun.
... Read more As I read some of the reviews I noticed people stating that you must be from Linden or have some kind of Italian back ground to fit in, and i have neither and fit in perfectly fine. Linden is a little school causing you to know everyone, but this is something i love about it. Every school function is fun because of this fact and I have to disagree with this school not being a good place to take your children, i plan to raise mine here someday. Read less
Posted by a student on 12/04/08
I attended LHS through out my high school years. I now attend a four year university and am doing well having had my educational foundation formed in the Linden Unified educational system. Although LHS is not very diversed the faculty there teaches acceptance of diverisity and students new to the area
... Read more have many oppurtunites to fit in and excel in this small town atmosphere! Read less
Posted by a student on 10/22/08
I am currently a teacher at Linden High School. The students who fit in and are related to administration and board embers are treated well. Those who do not fit in are ignored, treated unfairly, and neglected as far as supplies, qualified teachers, and materials. This will be my last year teaching
... Read more here since the administration does not see a problem with discrimination and favoritism. I would think twice about sending my child here if they did not row up here and you are not an affluent family of Anglo ancestry. Otherwise it is a very tough ad isolating place for people who do not fit that description. Read less
Posted by a teacher on 09/25/08
I am a current student at Linden High. It was hard being a new student in linden, when i came to linden in the 7th grade, but even though the students here will sometimes push away outsiders, overall i've seen a wide acceptance of new students. And the teachers here are awesome, they really try their
... Read more best to help students feel more at ease. One of the best teachers that really lives up to this is Mr. Souza. He is really dedicated, even coming back from heart surgery to help us students, in this type of dedication, he's not alone. There are plenty of amazing teachers, administrators and staff that give all the students the tools to succeed. Ive seen my friends graduate and get acceped to UC Davis, Chico, UC Santa Barbra, etc... And its amazing to see a school so united. Read less
Posted by a student on 07/09/08
As a former student that transferred from another school I was able to compare both schools (former school was new & at least triple amount of alumni) and confirm that Linden did indeed provide a better education. Teachers were more friendly and Managing Staff was reachable. I had no qualms about the
... Read more school; in fact I enjoyed my two years that I attended. I loved the small school feel & liked that the teacher/student ratio was smaller than at other schools. I'm glad that my nieces & nephews also attend Linden Unified Schools because I know they are getting a great education. Read less
Posted by a former student on 11/06/07
Like any school, Linden has its good and bad teachers. I can bash Linden all day, but in all honesty I think its better then many other schools I've visited. There might not be a real connection with kids but at least the drama is on the low side and for someone who can find the motivation to learn
... Read more on their own, this is a good school. Read less
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Linden schools — Linden High School is located at 18527 E Front St, Linden CA 95236. 18527 E Front St is in the 95236 ZIP code in Linden, CA The school district for Linden High School is the Linden Unified School District. Linden High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 9 - 12.
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