Mrs. Conover took a group of nearly 40 students to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium earlier this week.  All of these students are 'dual enrolled' in Mrs. Conover's 'Life in the Sea' class at Lexington High School and Bowling Green State University.  This is ...

Mitch R. using the new spray booth for the first time to glaze one of his wheel thrown altered pieces. A huge THANK YOU to the Lexington community for providing our talented art students and their amazing teachers with such an outstanding facility!

Congratulations to Logan B., Clarissa C., Abby H., and Jennifer C. for performing at the OMEA District X Honor Band Saturday, December 3rd at Mt. Vernon Nazarene University.

High School students were given the opportunity to decorate ornaments provided by Student Council, Key Club and Leos Club. These creations were then used to decorate the Holiday Tree in the Roost Building, near the Greenhouse at Kingwood Center. The tree will be ...

Congratulations to the Band of Gold on their Superior Rating! This marks their 35th consecutive appearance at the OMEA State Finals and their 33rd Superior performance!

Mrs. Olecki's Freshmen sent letters of gratitude to an important friend, family member, or mentor just in time for Thanksgiving!

Mrs. Olecki's Freshmen sent letters of gratitude to an important friend, family member, or mentor just in time for Thanksgiving!

Congratulations to these wonderful students! They voted on Chipotle for their lunch of choice. Angel K., Lincoln R., Willow R., Logan R., Dylan N., Eden D., Rael M.

Ten students from Mrs. Truax’s Advanced 10 English class met at Nickel and Bean to work on their first major literary analysis paper! They spent two-hours drinking coffee, sharing ideas and proofreading. It was the perfect blend of work and friendship!

Congratulations to the Band of Gold for achieving a Superior Rating at OMEA State Marching Band Finals. The band has been to State every year since 1987 and this is the 33rd Superior Rating in the program's history.

Congratulations to the Boys' Varsity Golf Team - 2022 OCC Champions!

Mr. Saris took 18 student leaders to the OCC Leadership Conference at Ashland HS on Wednesday to meet with other student leaders from the league. Former athlete Sean Robbins spoke to the students about the importance of leadership and being a ...

Congratulations to the 2022 Homecoming Court. From left to right: Chloe D., Ava N., Jocelynn H., Josalynn P., Kenley M. The queen will be crowned on Friday, September 30.

Lexington High School is pleased to announce the 2022 Homecoming Top 10. These ladies were voted on by their senior class members to represent the Class of 2023. In an event that hasn't happened in recent history, there was a tie, so we actually have 11 ladies. Next, ...
BIO 1080 'Life in the Sea' students learning about stingrays
BIO 1080 'Life in the Sea' students learning about stingrays
Mitch R. Art Project
Mitch R. Art Project
OMEA District Honor Band
OMEA District Honor Band
Kingwood Center Tree Walk
Kingwood Center Tree Walk
Band of Gold - OMEA Superior Rating
Band of Gold - OMEA Superior Rating
Freshmen Send Letters of Gratitude
Freshmen Send Letters of Gratitude
Freshmen Send Letters of Gratitude
Freshmen Send Letters of Gratitude
September Students of the Month
September Students of the Month
Advanced 10 English Literary Analysis
Advanced 10 English Literary Analysis
Band of Gold Superior Rating at OMEA
Band of Gold Superior Rating at OMEA
Varsity Boys Golf - OCC Champions
Varsity Boys Golf - OCC Champions
OCC Leadership Conference
OCC Leadership Conference
LHS Homecoming Court
LHS Homecoming Court
LHS Homecoming Top 10
LHS Homecoming Top 10

Dear Parents,

During their sophomore year, your child will be taking two field trips. Earlier this month, I wrote to inform you about a trip to Pioneer. Due to inclement weather, that trip was postponed for one week.

The first field trip to Pioneer Career and Technology Center has been rescheduled.
Sophomore students with the last name A-L will visit PCTC on Wednesday, February 1st.
Sophomore students with the last name M-Z will visit PCTC on Thursday, February 2nd.

The second field trip will be to the Kehoe Center in Shelby, which is part of North Central State College.
Sophomore students with the last name A-L will visit the Kehoe Center on Monday, February 13th.
Sophomore students with the last name M-Z will visit the Kehoe Center on Tuesday, February 14th.

Lexington High School will handle all the transportation details for both trips. Students will leave the high school around 8:45 am and will return prior to lunch.

The purpose of this visit to PCTC was outlined in my previous letter.

The purpose of the visit to The Kehoe Center is to expose your child to the opportunities that North Central State College has to offer. North Central State is a local and an affordable college option, offering over sixty certificates, associate, and bachelor’s degree options.

Our students will tour the Kehoo Center to see classrooms and labs that feature areas of Business, Accounting, Marketing, Graphic Design, Information Technology, Engineering, and Manufacturing. There will also be an informational session from a College Credit Plus representative to discuss what the CCP program is and how taking college credits while in high school can be a huge benefit. NCSC offers a Tuition Freedom Scholarship to qualifying CCP and Career Tech students that students can learn about at this visit. The Career Services department will also be present to take the students through an activity (Holland Code Career Assessment) to look at potential career paths based on personality.

All sophomore students are expected to attend. If you have any questions or concerns about this trip, please contact me at 419-884-1111.

Sincerely,

Jamie Masi
LHS Principal

We are excited to announce the opening of our main entrance and High School parent and bus drop off loops tomorrow (Friday, December 2nd). Please note the following:

•  Families with Junior High students will continue to use the Junior High parent drop off via Frederick St/ SR 546.
•  Families with High School students will use the new High School parent drop off entrance via Clever Ln.
•  Families with both Junior High and High School students will use the new High School parent drop off entrance via Clever Ln.
•  Families of private school students must use the new High School drop off entrance via Clever Ln.
•  All High School drivers, including PCTC students must park in the old student parking lot via Clever Ln., until the new senior lot is available. The High School administration will communicate this opening to students.
•  PCTC bus will also be in the bus loop starting Friday morning.
•  Championship Dr. will not be accessible to parents or students, except Board of Education visitors, beginning Friday morning.

Thank you for your patience during this process and your continued support of Lexington Local Schools.

A PDF Version of the map is also available by clicking here.

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Students,

Please click on the appropriate grade level below for scheduling worksheets and a separate curriculum guide for all of the information needed to plan your upcoming academic year.

2022-2023 Curriculum Guide -

Class of 2023 Scheduling Worksheet - Current 11th Graders

Class of 2024 Scheduling Worksheet - Current 10th Graders

Class of 2025 Scheduling Worksheet - Current 9th Graders

Class of 2026 Scheduling Worksheet - Current 8th Graders

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.

 

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