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Linden High School is a comprehensive community public high school located in Union County, New Jersey, serving students in ninth through twelfth grades as the lone secondary school of the Linden Public Schools.


Success at Linden High School is achieved through our rigorous academic program and wide range of extra-curricular activities offered to students. The educational program provides students with a selection of 171 different courses in 11 academic areas.


Academics at Linden High School are bolstered by the IB Program. The International

Baccalaureate IB, is a international educational foundation headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. IB offers students the prestigious IB Diploma Program. As a IB World School since 2001, Linden High School is one of the longest running IB Programs in the state.

In addition, Linden's Interscholastic Athletic Program is a vital component of the curriculum and instructional program of our school. The program offers student athletes an opportunity to learn and develop self-discipline and sportsmanship. The opportunity to participate is an important part of the student athlete’s total learning experience and is a privilege that carries with it a responsibility to the student body, parents and community. Although winning contributes to excellence, it is not the main focus of the athletic experience; instead the desire to excel and succeed as an individual and member of a team should be the highest priority.

Linden High School’s dedicated professional staff is committed to providing a rigorous and expansive academic program. In the classroom, teachers incorporate technology and instructional strategies that develop critical thinking skills, as well as content knowledge. Faculty at Linden High School use technology as a powerful transformative tool; curriculum and instruction feature wireless connectivity, digital multimedia devices, web publishing tools, and a wide array of subject specific software to enhance students' comprehension and skills.

New state regulations require all students to demonstrate proficiency by achieving a passing score on the English language arts (ELA) and Mathematics components of the NJGPA for High School graduation.


Students who did not demonstrate proficiency on the NJGPA will have the opportunity to retake the assessment.


We urge you to support your child’s participation in NJGPA testing. By ensuring your child’s participation, you will help to reduce the chance that your child will be required to participate in the portfolio appeal process. The appeal process can be time consuming for seniors who would otherwise be focusing on their post-graduation plans.


NJGPA Retake Dates

October 10th - 11th - ELA Testing for 12th Grade students who did NOT pass the ELA Section. Delayed opening for 9th, 10th, 11th, & remaining 12th grade. Arrive by 10:15AM.


October 12th - 13th - MATH Testing for 12th Grade students who did NOT pass the Math Section. Delayed opening for 9th, 10th, 11th, & remaining 12th grade. Arrive by 10:15AM

LHS Musical and Concert Schedule

Friday April 19, 2024

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