Linton Hall School Selects New Head of School

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Adrienne Jewett

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Mrs. Adrianne Jewett has been selected as the next Head of School for Linton Hall School, and will assume the role on July 1, 2022.

Linton Hall School is a Ministry of the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia. “We are thrilled to have Mrs. Jewett join our Linton Hall School family,” said Sister Joanna Burley, Prioress. “Her expertise and skill in both teaching and administration, and her enthusiasm for and love of Catholic Education is inspiring.”

Mrs. Jewett has served as Principal of Our Lady of Good Counsel in Vienna since 2017, and prior to that served as Assistant Principal. She holds an M.Ed. in Administration/Supervision Catholic School Leadership from Marymount University in Arlington, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix, and a B.A. in Biological Sciences from the University of Delaware. She is Advanced Catechist certified by the Diocese of Arlington, and holds the Virginia State Postgraduate Professional License with
endorsements in Administration and Supervision PreK-12, Curriculum and Instruction, and Biology.

Mrs. Jewett is succeeding Mrs. Elizabeth Poole, head of Linton Hall School for the past 15 years. “We are very grateful to Mrs. Poole for her outstanding leadership over the past fifteen years. She is, and Linton Hall School always will be, an invaluable member of our LHS family,” said Paul Mrochinski, Linton Hall School board chair.

About Linton Hall School

Linton Hall School is a co-educational Catholic school serving children in preschool through grade 8. Linton Hall is founded on and remains faithful to the guiding principles of the 1,500-year-old Benedictine tradition, which advocates educating the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. The Linton Hall School community creates an atmosphere of inclusion where students of all faiths and ethnicities are encouraged to pursue intellectual excellence, physical well-being, environmental awareness and responsibility, creativity, spiritual discovery, and reverence for all peoples. Linton Hall was founded in 1922 and is located in Prince William County, on the grounds of Saint Benedict Monastery, a 110-acre campus in Bristow. Linton Hall School is a ministry of the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia.


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