• Scott McCartney

  • Dr. Scott McCartney will be serving as Interim High School Principal for the beginning of the 2022-2023 school year. Dr. McCartney has served public education with distinction in New Jersey over the last 3 plus decades. He has been a teacher, athletic coach, technical coordinator, building administrator, central office administrator, school superintendent and now serves as an administrative interim and mentor in our state.

    In addition to serving schools directly, Dr. McCartney has also served in leadership roles with the New Jersey Association of School Administrators and the American Association of School Administrators. He has been recognized as a County and Regional Superintendent of the Year, has received both National Blue and Green Ribbon Awards, as well as other local and state accolades in his career.

    Dr. McCartney shared with me that throughout his entire career, in each role, his focus has been on the student, and he is excited to interact with our students at the High School, along with our staff and the community. Dr. McCartney is an accomplished leader that will support our district goals and help to make our High School a great place for all to learn and be a part of a robust, respectful, and safe school community.


  • Melanie Martin is currently an Assistant Principal at Lindenwold High School. She has also been serving as the Acting Principal since January 2022.  Before coming to the High School in 2011, she was a Supervisor of Basic Skills and Instruction at Lindenwold Elementary School #4.  This is her 18th year as an administrator in the Lindenwold Public School District.  Prior to coming to Lindenwold, Mrs. Martin  was an elementary school teacher at Lawnside Public School for 8 years.  She did her undergraduate work at Rutgers-New Brunswick and completed her graduate degree in Educational Administration at Lincoln University.   Mrs. Martin is a member of the New Jersey Council on Education,  the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  


  • Mr. DiMattia joined the Lindenwold family in 2003 as an 8th grade social studies teacher and coach. In 2017 he became the assistant principal of Lindenwold Middle School assisting students with their day to day needs and assisting with school safety. He is currently in his second year as the assistant principal of athletics at Lindenwold High School where he assists students with their day to day needs and helps oversee the athletic programs. Please do not hesitate to contact Mr. DiMattia with any questions or concerns.