Senior Blake Casper, Nebraska State SkillsUSA Champion in Automotive Service Technology

Winning the Group Performance category at National History Day District Contest were Muniz, Biehl, McKeone and Hernandez

Stewart, Briones and Rivera won the top three places in Senior Historical Papers

State Powerlifting Meet - (Individual Results in Latest News)

Above: Trevor McKeone reading to students

Above: Theresa Aguirre & Brenda Landa reading to students

Above: Lili Fattig and Juan Garcia spending time with students at the ELA

Above: JohnMark Shields digging in the dirt with students at the ELA

Benjamin Kuefner - Senior - LHS

Guadalupe Maravilla - Senior - LHS

Seth Soderlund - Senior - LHS

2016 Peru State Powerlifting Meet: Coed Team 1st Place, Girls Team 2nd Place, Boys Team 2nd Place

LHS Powerlifting Team Competes at Omaha Central

LHS Powerlifting Meet - 1st Place for Boys, Girls and Co-Ed Teams

Lexington High School Strength Training Room

Lexington High School

Lexington High School offers a wide array of both academic and extra-curricular occasions for ALL students as part of the complete educational program. Special educational opportunities for students include an Inclusive Special Education Program, Content-based English Language Learner Instruction, Credit Recovery Opportunities, High Speed Internet Access, Nurse Assistant Class, Reading Classes, Tutoring Program, and Enrichment School. All high school students are provided with a district-issued lap top computer and teachers regularly use technology for instruction. Over 800 students are enrolled in the high school and they work cooperatively to serve as role models, mentors, and tutors, throughout the community. Respect for all people, facilities, and programs are clearly evident throughout the school building.


Lexington High School Demographics

(based on the 2013-14 NDE State of the Schools Report)

Enrollment:  813Free/Reduced:  71.59%
Mobility:  13.53%
English Language Learners:  17.34%
Race/Ethnicity:  American Indian/Alaska Native-1%; Asian-1%; Black or African American-5%; Hispanic-76%; White-16%; Two or More Races-1%

More information can be found at the Nebraska Department of Education's State of the School Report for Lexington High School

Annual Notice of Nondiscrimination

Each year, the Lexington School District offers career and technical education programs at Lexington High School.  These programs are designed to prepare youth for a broad range of employment and training services and are offered under the guidance of certified teachers and counselors.  The following is a list of programs being offered this year and there is no criteria for admission:

  • Family Consumer Science
  • Business
  • Construction
  • Welding/Manufacturing
  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • CNA/Health Science
  • Broadcast/Journalism

All career and technical education programs follow the district's policies of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in all programs, services, activities, and employment.  In addition, arrangements can be made to ensure that the lack of English language proficiency is not a barrier to admission or participation.

For general information about these programs contact:  Kyle Hoehner, Principal, Lexington High School, 705 W 13th Street, Lexington, NE  68850.  308-324-4691

Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:  Dr. John Hakonson, Superintendent, Lexington Public Schools, 300 S Washington Street, Lexington, NE  68850.  308-324-4681

 

 

 

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