• DEMOGRAPHICS
    YEAR SCHOOL OPENED
    1961
    ATTENDANCE RATE (%)
    92.7
    student Enrollment
    1091
    Race/Ethnicity (%)
    African American....................... 27.2
    Hawaii/Pac. Islander.......................... -
    White.............................. 42.2
    Multiracial...................... 5.8
    Hispanic......................... 18.3
    American Indian/AK....................... -
    Asian.............................. 5.9
    GENDER (%)
    Male................................ 51.5 
    Female........................... 48.5
    Special Services** (%)
    FARMS........................... 46.2
    504.................................. 5.2
    Special Ed..................... 10.6
    LEP................................. 4.2
    Title 1............................. No

     **Special Services Terms Glossary

    School Renovation Details - 1992; In January, 1996, Lindale Middle moved from the
    Brooklyn Park Middle school into the newly renovated Andover High school building. Brooklyn Park moved right along with them so that their building could be
    renovated. During this time, the two schools decided to use the same mascot, the Jets. In the fall of 2000, Brooklyn Park Middle moved into their renovated
    building and Lindale Middle was finally a middle school with a 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. To celebrate the occasion and its new future, Lindale held a contest to choose a new mascot. In 1991, Lindale Junior moved in with Brooklyn Park . Even though the two schools were combined under one roof, they both still retained their own identity and separate staff. Lindale Middle was still called the Lancers and Brooklyn Park was still called the Bees.The school decided to name itself after an American wild cat, the Lynx.

Lindale Middle School

  • Students at all AACPS elementary schools have opportunities to engage in activities and clubs designed to enhance and expand their learning. [Indicator 14]. Below you will find the extra-curricular and co-curricular clubs and activities available for students at this school. Note: These include clubs sponsored through our AACPS operating budget and Title I funds.  In addition to our amazing club opportunities, you will see an approximate number of students who participate in each club or activity.  In some cases, a range of students are noted as participating as student enrollment changes dynamically throughout the school year based on the lives of our students and their families.

    Extra-Curricular/Co-Curricular Activities

    # of Students

     ACADEMICS  
     Black Eyed Susan Book Club 1-20 
     Lunch Bunch Book Club 1-20 
     Chess Club 1-20
     Environmental Club 1-20
     Intercultural STEM Club  1-20
     Literary Magazine Club  1-20
     Makerspace Club 1-20 
     STEM Club 1-20

     Student Government

    21-40 
     Technology Club 1-20 
     Video Game Club 1-20
     SOCIAL  
     Chess Club 1-20
      Video Gaming 1-20
     SERVICE  
     News 1-20 
     Student Council/ Government  21-40
     Backpack Buddies 1-20
     ARTS  
    • Dance Team/ Dance Clubs
    • Orchestra
    • Bands Club
    • Concert Band
    • Drama/Theatre
    • Chorus
    1-20