This list of Fairfax County Public Schools middle schools encompasses public middle schools operated by the Fairfax County Public Schools school district of Virginia, United States.
Read more about List Of Fairfax County Public Schools Middle Schools: Rachel Carson Middle School, James Fenimore Cooper Middle School, Franklin Middle School, Robert Frost Middle School, Ellen Glasgow Middle School, Hayfield Secondary School, Herndon Middle School, Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School, Langston Hughes Middle School, Washington Irving Middle School, Luther Jackson Middle School, Francis Scott Key Middle School, Joyce Kilmer Middle School, Lake Braddock Secondary School, Sidney Lanier Middle School, Liberty Middle School, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Middle School, Edgar Allan Poe Middle School, James W. Robinson, Jr. Secondary School, Rocky Run Middle School, Carl Sandburg Middle School, South County Middle School, Ormond Stone Middle School, Henry David Thoreau Middle School, Mark Twain Middle School, Walt Whitman Middle School
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... Walt Whitman Middle School (Cluster 4 Grades 7-8) is located in Alexandria ... It primarily feeds into Mount Vernon High School ... The school is named after the famous poet Walt Whitman ...
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