Fred M. Lynn Middle School is a public middle school in Woodbridge, Virginia in the United States.
The school was named for Fred M. Lynn (no relation to Fred Lynn the baseball player). Mr. Lynn was a community leader and a member of the Prince William County School Board for thirty-seven years.
In 2013, in an ironic twist, the Prince William County School Board began digging up the ancestors of the school's namesake, Mr. Lynn, in order to build a football field for a high school in the Coles District of Prince William County.
On April 6, 1974, a fire damaged two wings of the school building.
Fred M. Lynn was named a Prince William County "School of Excellence" for the following school year: 2003-2004.
Address: 1650 Prince William Pkwy, Woodbridge, VA 22191
Phone: (703) 494-5157