In the 2013-14 scholastic year, 69% of all 4th through 7th grade Lyndon students are eligible to participate in Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program).
Stanford 10 Achievement Test Performance
The Stanford 10 Achievement Test is a nationally recognized test which provides students and teachers with a basis of comparison on a national level. Each year students in kindergarten on up at Lyndon Academy take the Stanford 10 Achievement Test. They take it each year without test preparation, and annually they achieve average scores that only about 10% of all students nationally achieve.
Other Notable 2013 Achievements
- National Spanish Exam: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the State of Georgia
- Regional Science Fair: 3rd place
- Lego League: Lyndon Team goes to Super Regionals
- Boys Basketball: First season and first win in November
- Honors Chorus: Three 6th grade students honored to attend
- 2013 Confucius Institute Best Mandarin Student Award for Georgia
- 2013 Chinese Talent Show: 3rd place
- Land’s End National Art Contest: 1st place
Chinese International Language Test Performance
In the 2009-10 scholastic year students at Lyndon began taking a Chinese International Language Test. In the last three years, Lyndon students have passed the Chinese International Language Test issued by the Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters at Kennesaw State University with average scores of 170 out of 200. Passing is 120.
High School Graduate Performance
Near one hundred percent of graduates of Linda Murdock’s program at The Pendleton School were accepted at their first choice school. As the former Head of The Pendleton School on the IMG Campus of Bradenton, Florida, Linda Murdock, current Headmaster of Lyndon, utilized the same basic educational principles that she uses today.
In her four years as the Head of Pendleton, she graduated 224 students. 100% of the students who decided to attend college received scholarship. 22% percent of her students were accepted to top tier universities. The following is just a sample of those schools.
|Boston College||Harvard University||University of Chicago|
|Brown University||Lehigh University||University of Indiana|
|California Tech||Santa Clara University||University of Pennsylvania|
|Clarkson University||The College of William and Mary||Vanderbilt University|
|Emory University||Texas A&M||Villanova University|
|Farleigh Dickinson University||University of California, Berkeley||Wake Forest University|
In 2012, over 60% of households donated to the Pay It Forward Scholarships Program, producing an estimated $285,000 in tax savings to those households, and over $650,000 in scholarships for students.