Congratulations to the Lexington students who participated in the Regional Orchestra Concert on Sunday, November 21st at Ashland High School. Lexington had the largest number of students from any high school and represented Lexington very well.

Congratulations to the Lexington Band of Gold for their performance at OMEA State Marching Band Finals on Saturday at Hilliard Bradley. The band received a Superior rating, which is the highest rating you can get, and is Lexington’s 30th Superior since 1987.

We are very pleased to announce that senior Marlena S. is a Semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program and has the opportunity to continue in the National Merit Scholarship competition. The names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists were released this ...

The following students were voted on by their senior class to represent the 2021 Homecoming Top 10. From here, the entire student body will vote to select a Homecoming Court of 5 girls, including the queen.Congratulations ladies and good luck! Front row (left to ...

The high school recently held a breakfast to welcome new students to the building and hear from current student representatives from various clubs and sports.

The 2021-2022 school year begins... GO LEX!

2021 Senior Jacob N. completely refurbished the high school “victory bell” in the football stadium this spring as a service project for Eagle Scouts. Every scout, in order to get the rank of an Eagle Scout, must complete a service project that benefits the community. ...

Following tradition, LHS juniors dressed up for Gatsby Day on Monday, May 24th to celebrate the end of the school year and their transition to being seniors. Mrs. McCready's classes are pictured in their best 1920's style!

Congratulations to Emma H., Abby H., Callie K., Max R., Ava S. and Gabrielle V. for having artwork selected to be Top 300 Winners in the 2021 Governors Art Show. This year over 6,000 pieces were submitted from across the state. Judges chose only 283 pieces for the State ...

Congratulations to Emma H., Abby H., Callie K., Max R., Ava S. and Gabrielle V. for having artwork selected to be Top 300 Winners in the 2021 Governors Art Show. This year over 6,000 pieces were submitted from across the state. Judges chose only 283 pieces for the State ...

Congratulations to Emma H., Abby H., Callie K., Max R., Ava S. and Gabrielle V. for having artwork selected to be Top 300 Winners in the 2021 Governors Art Show. This year over 6,000 pieces were submitted from across the state. Judges chose only 283 pieces for the State ...

Lexington senior Joanna H. received the Franklin B. Walter Scholarship at Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center (MOESC) Tuesday night. She is pictured with her "Positive Impact Person" Mrs. Anne Petrie (Junior High science teacher and coach), Superintendent, Mr. Jeremy ...

The Varsity Academic Challenge team proved that the most important muscle is the brain by coming in 1st in their recent OCC competition! The team consisting of Tommy S., Maggie S., Katie S., Gavin D. and Seth W. did an amazing job, beating out Ashland by one point! ...

The Lexington High School Art Department is pleased to announce the following LHS students who were award winners in the Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art competition: Sophomore Owen S. received a Gold Key Award and an American Visionary Award for his two ...

The Lexington High School Art Department is pleased to announce the following LHS students who were award winners in the Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art competition: Sophomore Owen S. received a Gold Key Award and an American Visionary Award for his two ...

Lexington High School inducted 59 members into National Honor Society last night. NHS is a national affiliation that is founded on the four pillars of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. LHS is proud of the current members and the 2020 new ...

Bio Club students made a trip to the bird sanctuary last week to study the local wildlife.

Senior Ellie N. was recently elected as Vice President of the National Technical Honor Society at Pioneer Career and Technology Center. NTHS honors the achievements of top Career and Technical Education students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher ...

Lexington High School is pleased to announce the 2020 Homecoming Court as voted on by the student body. Seniors Olivia N., Halle H., Sophie D., Ciara B. and Alyssa T. The Queen will be revealed at halftime of next week's football game vs. Madison on Friday, October 2nd. ...

We are very pleased to announce that senior Joanna H. is a Semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program and has the opportunity to continue in the National Merit Scholarship competition. The names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists were released this ...

Regional Orchestra Concert
Regional Orchestra Concert
Band of Gold OMEA State Finals
Band of Gold OMEA State Finals
Marlena S. National Merit Scholarship Program
Marlena S. National Merit Scholarship Program
Homecoming Court 2021
Homecoming Court 2021
HS New Student Breakfast
HS New Student Breakfast
1st Week of School 2021-2022
1st Week of School 2021-2022
Jacob N. Refurbished Victory Bell
Jacob N. Refurbished Victory Bell
Gatsby Day
Gatsby Day
2021 Governors Art Show
2021 Governors Art Show
2021 Governors Art Show
2021 Governors Art Show
2021 Governors Art Show
2021 Governors Art Show
Joanna H. Franklin B. Walter Scholarship
Joanna H. Franklin B. Walter Scholarship
Varsity Academic Challenge Team
Varsity Academic Challenge Team
High School Art Awards
High School Art Awards
High School Art Awards
High School Art Awards
NHS Inductions
NHS Inductions
Bio Club Visits Ohio Bird Sanctuary
Bio Club Visits Ohio Bird Sanctuary
Ellie N Elected VP of NTHS
Ellie N Elected VP of NTHS
Lexington High School Homecoming Court
Lexington High School Homecoming Court
National Merit Scholarship
National Merit Scholarship

Dear Parents,

On Monday, November 8th, we held an informational meeting for students and parents interested in the College Credit Plus Program.  Many of you requested that we post the PowerPoint presentation, so we have added a link for you to access our notes from the meeting.  

PowerPoint From CCP Meeting

If you were unable to attend the meeting, feel free to review the notes.  If you would like further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact Kristen McPeek in student services at 419-884-3454.

This program enables students in grades 7 - 12 to earn high school and college credits simultaneously by taking college courses from a college or university.  The purpose of the CCP program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and to provide a wide variety of options to college-bound students.  Colleges and universities will admit students based on their college-readiness.  Students who will enter grades 7- 12 and meet all the college entrance requirements are eligible to participate in the fall of 2022.

Here at Lexington, we offer students two ways to participate in the College Credit Plus program:

  • The first is for the student to attend classes on public or private college or university campuses. The college or universities where the course is taken will grant the college credit for the course. Classes may also be taken online depending on the college or university.
  • The second is for the student to take a ‘dual enrollment’ class offered at the high school campus (a list of our courses at LHS are enclosed).

If a student decides to take a college course for both college and high school graduation credit at a public college or university, there is no charge to the student for the costs of tuition, textbooks, materials, or fees for the first time a course is taken as long as the student earns a passing grade. 

A ‘Letter of Intent to Participate’ must be completed and submitted to your child’s counselor by Friday, April 1, 2022 along with a remediation free ACT score. The Intent to Participate letter can be found at https://forms.gle/JdL8PJuwchrqEea17.  Additional information about the College Credit Plus program can be found at www.ohiohighered.org/ccp.

During the month of January, students will schedule classes for the 2022-2023 school year.  We are proud to offer many options for you and your child to consider as we begin that process.  We currently offer dual-enrollment courses through Ashland University and Bowling Green State University.  This means that students can earn up to 36 college credits without having to leave our campus.  The current classes offered at LHS are:

36 Credit Hour Pathway
WRIT 1110 (3 Credits) Academic Writing
WRIT 1120 (3 Credits) Research Writing
COM 101 (3 Credits) Human Communication
MATH 208 (3 Credits) Elementary Statistics
HIST 1250 (3 credits) Early America
HIST 1260 (3 credits) Modern America
PSYC101 (3 credits) General Psychology
POLS 1100 (3 credits) American Government
ART 1010 (3 credits) Introduction to Art
BIOL 1080 (3 credits) Life in the Sea
SPAN 2010 (3 credits) Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 2020 (3 credits) Intermediate Spanish I

 *CCP courses may be added or deleted each year due to enrollment, staffing or contracts with universities.

As you can see, we are committed to providing the best possible options for our students to advance in the college-credit plus program.  By partnering with Bowling Green State University and Ashland University, we feel our students are prepared for college and those credits earned at LHS are transferable to any state school in Ohio and many out-of-state schools and private universities.  By adding more course options at LHS, the necessity to drive out to the branch to take classes really does not exist anymore, unless they wish to take a course we currently do not offer.

In my professional opinion, we have caring and compassionate teachers that will provide extra support and guidance each day for your student’s college and/or high school coursework. My hope is that the motivation for not taking college classes at LHS is valid, and not based on the freedom to leave early from school each day.

Finally, I ask that you have honest conversations with your son or daughter prior to the scheduling of classes in January and encourage them to stay home and enjoy their junior and senior year at LHS.  High school is a once in a lifetime experience that all our students should value.  Thank you and feel free to contact me at 419-884-1111 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any further questions.

Sincerely,

Jamie Masi
Principal, Lexington High School

Lexington Schools is transitioning to FinalForms for online forms (emergency,medical,etc.) instead of the paper packet that is typically sent home at the start of the school year.

To register a new student, please click on the following link: Lexington FinalForms

If your student is already attending Lexington and you have not received an email confirmation from FinalForms, please call your student's building so the secretaries can update your email address in the FinalForms system. Once your email address has been entered, you will receive a confirmation email from FinalForms to create an account.

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Please click on the following link: 2021-2022 Supply List

Dear Parents/Guardians,

I want to share with you the evacuation protocols for the High School should we ever be in that unfortunate situation. Our plan meets both evacuation scenarios, one where the building needs evacuated, and one where the district is being evacuated. The High School evacuation protocol would be the same for both scenarios.

Lexington High School Evacuation Protocol:

  • Students will relocate to the bus garage in classroom groups.
  • Parent notification will be communicated via text alert and various media sources.
  • Parents may pick up their students at the bus garage by following the Pickup Procedures listed below.
  • Student drivers will be released after law enforcement deems it safe for them to go to their vehicles, only if school has been cancelled.

Parent Pick Up Procedures:

  • Dismissal begins once attendance has been taken and all students have been properly accounted by their teacher, administrator or school personnel.
  • Parents will form a loop line in the bus garage parking lot. Do not park your car in the lot.
  • A photo ID must be presented to pick up your student.
  • If someone other than the primary parent or guardian is sent to pick up your student, staff will refer to the emergency contact list on file.
  • Staff will radio for your student to be released from the bus garage and will place your student in your vehicle.
  • All students unable to be picked up will be bussed home after a period of time. This information and exact timeline will be communicated via text alert and various media sources.

Student safety is a top priority at Lexington High School. We will continue to take necessary precautions, review and revise safety protocols as needed, work with local law enforcement to create a safe learning environment, and practice safety procedures with students to ensure they understand how to respond should a crisis occur.

Thank you for allowing us to educate your students. Continue to encourage your student to communicate concerns to us, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have. You can reach me by phone at 419-884-1111, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sincerely,

Kevin Young, Principal

Please remember to sign up for TEXT and EMAIL ALERTS from the Lexington School District. This is our primary means of notifying families if school is delayed or cancelled due to inclement weather. Look for the link to "Text  and Email Alerts"  under "Parents & Students" on the top menu bar of the Lexington Local Schools' homepage.

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All automobiles driven to and from school by students must be registered in the office. Application blanks are provided for students in the high school office. 

Planned Absences: Parents are reminded that any planned absence is to be pre-arranged, in the office, with at least two days advance notice with a note. This would include college visits, medical appointments, out of town trips and funerals.

Notes for student absences that are not received within five days of the absence will result in the absence being permanently recorded as an unexcused absence.

The Lexington Schools have a rich tradition of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics.  Lexington High School, in continuing that tradition,  is committed to preparing students for a successful future.  The mission of Lexington High School is to provide educational opportunities that will best develop life-long learners, independent thinkers, and effective communicators.  These opportunities will help Lexington students achieve future excellence in all their endeavors.