Vision of the Future
The Future Lyndon Student
Do you want your children to have the world at their fingertips? Imagine being 23 years old. Now imagine that you can speak four languages fluently, you were the Student Council Vice President, you earned two letters in varsity, you are proficient on the piano, technology is your fifth language, you spent one year in China studying international business, and you just graduated with a double major from MIT on scholarship. Imagine what you can do now. The possibilities are infinite with this well-established international college prep program.
This might seem dreamy to you, considering that our oldest students will only be going into 9th grade, but this is exactly where Lyndon students are headed. They are studying three languages daily. They are active community members, athletes, club members, young musicians, visual artists, and performing artists already. They are within the top 10 percent in the nation on nationally standardized tests.
Lyndon students are academically sound and well rounded students. They have the opportunity to achieve a great SAT score or ACT scores and have fantastic grades in honors and AP classes. They can communicate in multiple languages. They are team players, leaders and good citizens.
Growth and Development
In the last nine years, Lyndon has added a grade each year. Next year the inaugural class will move on to 9th grade. This method of growth provides a high level of quality control and a smooth implementation process. The curriculum already exists for each grade through 12th grade, and classroom space exists for further growth.
The administration and the parents of the inaugural class work together annually to meet the coming demands of the upper school students. It is important to provide an environment that encourages the development of the whole person as we move forward. Academics, athletics, extra-curricular activities, and student life are extremely important. Each year programs are added and enhanced to facilitate the end goal and the demands of the future student.
We welcome you to talk to our parents about our future plans and their experiences thus far as their children move closer and closer to upper school.
You may have heard that there is no capital campaign or building fund, and that is correct. Lyndon adds facilities and programs as enrollment demands it. In the last eight years, Lyndon has experienced an average of 26% growth. With that growth Lyndon moved out of its temporary facility on Highway 92, and built phase one of a new campus. Three years later Lyndon built Phase II. Phase III is just around the corner and expected to start during the 2015-2016 scholastic year.
For more detailed information on growth and expansion plans please contact the school.