Longfellow Middle School can refer to several schools in the United States:
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Middle School, Fairfax County, Virginia
- Longfellow Middle School (Norman, Oklahoma), Norman, Oklahoma
- Longfellow Middle School (San Antonio, Texas), San Antonio, Texas
- Longfellow Middle School (La Crosse, Wisconsin), La Crosse, Wisconsin
- Longfellow Middle School (Wauwatosa, Wisconsin), Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
- Longfellow Middle School (Berkeley, California), Berkeley, California
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... Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Middle School (Cluster 1 Grades 7-8, website), north of Falls Church, is a public school named after the poet Henry Wadsworth ... The school's mascot is the Lancer ... Elementary schools that feed into Longfellow include Chesterbrook, Haycock, Kent Gardens, Franklin Sherman, and Timberlane ...
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... Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Middle School (Cluster 1 Grades 7-8, website), north of Falls Church, is a public school named after the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ... The school's mascot is the Lancer ... Elementary schools that feed into Longfellow include Chesterbrook, Haycock, Kent Gardens, Franklin Sherman, and Timberlane ...
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