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At school we teach Lithuanian language and literature, history, and ethno culture. Our teachers attend annual training conferences to advance their knowledge.



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Linas Lithuanian Heritage School was founded in March, 2012 by initiative of our current head of school Inga Dabašinskaitė. School operates on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm at Ronald United Methodist Church in Shoreline, WA (17839 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133).

At school we teach Lithuanian language and literature, history, and ethno culture. Our teachers attend annual training conferences to advance their knowledge. LLHS provides opportunities to learn various subjects, participate in field trips, summer camp, and community celebrations. Also, based on demand, we offer Lithuanian language and history classes (in English) to adults.

Our school adheres to Lithuanian Educational Council of the USA rules and regulations.

Linas Lithuanian Heritage School is a not-for-profit entity. We receive support from Lithuanian Foundation, Kazickas Family Foundation, Lithuanian Educational Council of the USA, and other generous donors.