Linden Grove Middle School is a diverse family of almost 800 students and staff dedicated to a rigorous, collaborative, middle school curriculum that prepares our students for high school, college, and the world of work.
The core curriculum at Linden Grove consists of math, English, science and social studies. The school's electives include life skills, art, music, Spanish and physical education. Staff also provide support classes for math and reading.
Linden Grove has four computer labs and extensive classroom technology. Computer classes teach students word processing, spreadsheets, Internet protocols, and presentation software — as well as other curricula that help students use computers as tools for their education.
For the student athlete, Linden Grove offers the opportunity to participate in various sports, including: cross country, volleyball, football, boys and girls basketball, wrestling and track.
Science Olympiad, National Junior Honor Society, yearbook, and Where Everyone Belongs (WEB) Leaders are examples of the extracurricular activities offered at Linden Grove.
Please note the district is using the "Robo-Call" feature from School-Messenger to alert parents about their students hourly and/or daily attendance.