No school can claim to be Harvard except Harvard. The same is true of Stanford, Wheaton, and USC. These institutions are distinct because they are steeped in tradition. They have been built brick-by-brick, one idea at a time, over several lifetimes.
A similar thing can be said about Linfield. Established in 1936 as The Culter Academy, the school has developed a rich tradition of educational excellence rooted in a heritage of Christian faith.
We are not rookies. Our legacy began when President Roosevelt was in the White House. The school has survived 13 U.S. recessions. We've seen bell-bottoms come, go, and come again.
We invite your family to step into a well-established culture and be a part of the Linfield legacy.