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Overview

Lexington Middle School

16351 Summerlin Road
Fort Myers, FL, 33908
(239) 454-6130

Lexington Middle School, located in Fort Myers, FL, serves grades 6-8 in the Lexington Middle School. It received a GreatSchool Rating of 8 out of 10

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Student Diversity

Asian
3%
Hispanic
29%
Multiracial
2%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
White, non-Hispanic
54%
Black, non-Hispanic
12%
Native American or Native Alaskan
0%

Reviews

4.5
(19 Reviews)

The administration is completely incompetent! They make up the rules as they go along and try to appear better than they are by hiding paperwork. They made the illegal move of sending my son home in the middle of the school day without notifying anybody. The offense? A spongebob joke to a friend.
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Its great cause i is really fun and it is awesome, the teachers are nice also and it is very modern and classical :) thanks lxms or lynx for being a great school
High level of positive energy and commitment from the well qualified faculty, guidance and administration. Their focus is on the whole student. Students are respectful and well dressed. They promote curiosity, self esteem and good citizenship. Couldnt be more impressed.
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Great school. My daughter is currently a 6th grader, and doing great at Lexington. She loves it, has had no "middle school" issues, and enjoys going to school everyday. We like the fact that the school is an IB world school and takes a more integrated approach to learning than other middle schools.
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I wish to see this school because my daughter start the next year your middle scool. She studies in this moment in six mile charter academy and she wishes to go to Lexington Middle School. Thank you. Mario G. Caldas Parent.

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