Adaptations in the Real World

March 25, 2019

        In Applied Science students have been exploring the concept of adaptations.  We talked about how animals have developed special adaptations to increase their chances of survival and allow those traits to be passed on to their offspring... Read More

Why Calculus?

March 25, 2019

There are a lot of branches of mathematics that are known to man. Also known as the "language of numbers", it means many things to many people. Some may know it as a useful tool that is a key to getting civilizations rolling. But to others, they find it as an academic nuisan... Read More

Happy Pi Day!

March 22, 2019

Pi Day is celebrated March 14 (3/14). Pi (Greek letter π) is the symbol used in math to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi is over one trillion digits beyond its decimal. It is irrational and continues on infinitely without a p... Read More

It’s all about Spain!

March 21, 2019

In Spanish class, we are learning about Spain and its territories. Students are in charge of presenting about a city in Spain and to cover different aspects of the region including food, traditions, customs, historical characters, economy, etc. This is a great opportunity fo... Read More

Raising the Bar to Reach College

March 20, 2019

        College classes in high school? This is not a new thought. Lexington High School has been offering college classes through Nebraska Wesleyan University since 2002. Vicki Richman was the first instructor to offer a dual credit English course a... Read More