It is an airy structure with natural light entering through large windows. The surroundings are blessed with lush greenery, and the classrooms offer a panoramic view of the landscape. The school building, which has an open ceiling space, is fully air-conditioned and ventilated. It provides an ideal learning environment.
The junior high and high school students’ cafeteria is next to the school. Chefs and registered dietitians, under exclusive contracts, serve Japan's first year-round organic school lunches.Organic School Lunches and Shokuiku
Each student has access to a computer. They can use it to for class and independent research.
The library houses a total of 12,000 books, 1/3 of which are in English. We have a wide range of books on multiculturalism and diversity as well as books on Japanese culture. We also have paid access to online information resources (Britannica School, Japan Knowledge Lib, and Gale Schools) useful for writing IB course reports and essays.
The approximately 3,000 m2 gymnasium is large enough to comfortably fit 2 official basketball courts. On the second floor are a training room and a martial arts hall.
The multipurpose court can be used for various sports such as basketball, volleyball and futsal.
A fully-equipped laboratory is available to satisfy students’ scientific research needs and enquiring minds.
A unique art space where students can freely express their sensitivity.
It has a tiered seating structure with excellent acoustic effects.
Equipped with a full set of kitchen appliances and tools, it is also a convenient space for activities such as sewing.
Each student has a school locker.
Our dormitories, one for boys and another for girls, are within walking distance of the school building. They are staffed by dormitory superintendents and matrons, and provide a safe and secure environment.More Detail
An authentic English garden is adjacent to the school. The approximately 60,000 m2 garden is also open to local residents as a place to relax and enjoy nature.
Our school's uniforms are designed by Hanae Mori, a leading figure in the world of fashion. Our uniform was created out of a hope that students learn to take pride in their appearance from their younger years.
In addition to the formal skirts pictured, there are 3 other options for high school girls: pleated skirts, culottes, and medium-length shorts.
We have many events throughout the year. As they are held across all grades throughout the school, they are an opportunity for all students to interact and deepen their friendships. We also conduct international exchange with our sister schools, local volunteer activities, and extracurricular learning.
Every year, students decide on a theme and choose a destination for a trip to deepen their knowledge of Japanese history and culture.
During the refreshing autumn season, the Linden Hall Festival is held with the participation of all students from the elementary and high schools. Various programmes are held, including English speech contests and presentations, Japanese dance, hip-hop dance, violin and piano performances, chorus, tea ceremony demonstrations, quizzes, games and band performances. It is a lively festival where everyone can enjoy various cultural aspects.
Students learn about the current situation in developing countries, engage in volunteer activities, and think about environmental issues. The tour can also be a part of IB CAS activities.
All students in Grades 7 to 9 (junior high school) will participate. In preparation, the students learn the basics of classical studies by appreciating and learning all 100 poems. The junior high school students work together in competitive karuta, a hallmark of Japanese traditional culture. This has become an opportunity for exchanges that extend beyond the school year.