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, ...
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


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

Dear Parents,

April 6, 2022

Parents of Graduating Seniors,

Congratulations on your child’s upcoming graduation from Lexington High School! We are very proud of our graduating seniors and their many accomplishments. Below are the notes from our Senior Class meeting held on April 4, 2022. If you have any questions, please contact my office at (419) 884-1111.

Thank you!

Mr. Masi

Notes from the Senior Class Meeting on April 4, 2022

Class of 2022 Remind

  • Used for all communication from now until graduation
  • Send a text to: 81010
  • Text this message: @lex22

Prom / After Prom

  • Saturday, May 7th from 8-11 pm
  • Students must arrive by 9 pm to enter
  • Mid-Ohio Educational Conference Center (Across from Arlin Field on 4th Street)
  • Proper dress attire is required - formal wear
  • Get tickets the week of April 19th

       Lexington students and Lexington graduates may attend with a free ticket

       Guest tickets cost $10

       Guest forms are required and due in office by May 6th

       Guests must follow school rules and you are responsible for your guest

       Guest permission forms can be picked up in the office

  • After Prom’ is being organized by Mrs. McPeek and the OCC Student Leadership Team
  • Details will be shared once things are finalized

Senior Spirit Week

  • May 9th - May 13th
  • All themes and activities must be pre-approved by Mr. Eichorn the week before
  • Have fun but nothing inappropriate
  • Finish LHS in good standing!

Senior Cookout

  • Friday, May 13th, your last official day
  • In the senior parking lot
  • This will be chaperoned by the high school principals and Lex PD
  • Pick up all trash
  • Must be finished and heading to 1st period by 7:35 am

Senior Talent Show

  • Currently planned for Thursday, May 12th or Friday, May 13th during 7th period
  • Will be held in the auditorium
  • Sign-ups will be April 11th-28th in Miss Duryea’s classroom
  • Auditions are April 22nd during 6th and 7th periods
  • See Miss Duryea with any questions 

Senior Awards Night

  • Monday, May 16th at 7pm at High School
  • You will be given an invite to attend if you are receiving an award or scholarship

Seniors’ Last Day

  • The last day of class for seniors will be Friday, May 13th
  • Seniors are required to attend graduation rehearsal on the morning of Monday, May 16th

Graduation Rehearsal

  • Graduation Practice / Rehearsal will be Monday, May 16th
  • Seniors will report to 1st period and be called down after attendance
  • This is a requirement in order to participate in the graduation ceremony
  • If you do not attend, you will not be permitted to participate in the graduation ceremony
  • Important information regarding graduation will be shared
  • We will actually practice walking through the ceremony
  • Remember, this is a ‘ceremony’ and not just about you

       It’s about you, your family, your classmates, and our tradition

  • Pranks will not be tolerated 

Graduation Ceremony

  • The graduation ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 21st at 7pm in the Stadium
  • Obviously, this is weather dependent
  • If there is inclement weather, we will decide about postponing by 3pm on Saturday
  • If we postpone, the rain date will be on Sunday, May Sunday, May 22nd at 7pm in the Stadium
  • If it is raining on both days, then graduation will be moved to the new gym
  • Each student will be given 10 tickets

       You only need the tickets if it is raining on both days and we are forced inside

  • If you or a guest needs accessibility to handicapped parking, contact Mrs. Rebillot 

Class Speakers at Graduation

  • There will be two student speakers at graduation
  • Seniors will vote for one of the top five (5) students in their class. (Ranked by GPA)
  • Seniors will vote from a list of students with a weighted GPA of 3.75 or higher and with at least two varsity awards in athletics, music, or drama (or a combo equaling two or more)
  • Details about voting will be shared via Remind in the near future

Student Obligations / Fees

  • All students that have obligations must see Mrs. Eifrid or Mrs. Houston as soon as possible
  • Fees are posted on ProgressBook
  • Students will not receive their diplomas until all obligations are settled

Important Dates:

  • Thursday04/077:30 pmHigh School Musical - Wizard of Oz
  • Friday04/087:30 pmHigh School Musical - Wizard of Oz
  • Saturday04/097:30 pmHigh School Musical - Wizard of Oz
  • Sunday04/103:00 pmHigh School Musical - Wizard of Oz
  • Wednesday 04/133pm - 8pmNHS / Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Tuesday04/261:34 / 1:45Early Release
  • Thursday05/057:45- 8:30 am3.5 Breakfast
  • Thursday 05/057:30 pmSpring Concert - Orchestra
  • Friday05/067:45- 8:30 amPrincipal’s Breakfast
  • Saturday05/078 pm - 11 pmProm, Mid-Ohio ESC
  • Saturday05/0711:30 - TBAAfter Prom (Details TBA)
  • Tuesday 05/107:30 pmSpring Concert - Band
  • Thursday 05/127:30 pmSpring Concert - Choir
  • Friday05/137:40 - 2:34Seniors’ Last Day
  • Monday05/167:40 amSenior Breakfast / Rehearsal
  • Monday05/167 pmSenior Academic Awards
  • Saturday05/217 pmGraduation
  • Sunday05/227 pmRain Date for Graduation

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  Additional information about the College Credit Plus program can be found at

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.


Jamie Masi
Principal, Lexington High School

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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