FOL Students Experience Servant Leadership

November 30, 2016

All 9th graders at Lexington High School participate in a Foundations of Leadership (FOL) course.  This course is designed to enhance and support the learning experiences of 9th grade students to become knowledgeable, responsible, and caring students as they transition ... Read More

Sophomores and Things Fall Apart

November 21, 2016

The sophomores have begun their novel unit on Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. After learning about the British colonization of Nigeria and doing their own presentations on different topics from the novel, we dove right in. The book is from Nigeria in the late 1800s befor... Read More

Mrs. Zarek’s Reading Skills Class

November 21, 2016

     As a Reading class, we are all anticipating Thanksgiving break, but we have still been working away.  This quarter we are learning all about teens that commit crimes.  It is interesting to learn about the different consequences teens are faced w... Read More


November 16, 2016

 16 November 2016   Bienvenue à la classe de français.---- French III will soon be starting their cooking projects.  One French recipe that is very popular is the cream puff.  In French we call them “profiteroles.” Here is the... Read More

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

November 15, 2016

We are settling in a healthy routine in the algebra classroom, with warm-ups that challenge our problem solving skills, lessons that progress through the Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 concepts one step at a time as well as taking a look at what the ACT mathematics test expects stu... Read More

¡Hola! Spanish with Mr. Gamero

November 15, 2016

In Advanced Spanish students are learning about the Subjunctive. The advanced classes are capable of understanding this upper level lesson in a short period of time. Students will achieve success with grammar understanding and language proficiency at the end of the unit. Als... Read More

Semester Full of Variety

November 14, 2016

The Lifetime Sports classes have been busy this semester with a variety of activities. Numerous sports have been played throughout the semester as we approach the Holiday season. Our classes have played various forms of volleyball, soccer, football and basketball. Also, kick... Read More

ELL English

November 7, 2016

     The ELL (English Language Learners) program has a huge diversity here at LHS.  If you come into one of our ELL classes, you will be able to see how diverse Lexington actually is.  In my ELL 2B class, we are starting to work the parts of litera... Read More

From Beowulf to Tomorrowland

November 4, 2016

4 November 2016        English 4 (Senior English) has been exciting this semester.  The class began with a novel study of Animal Farm, a 1940s novel by George Orwell.  Before reading, students reviewed some of the events occurring in Europe at... Read More

What is Happening in Ms. Klein’s Classes?

November 2, 2016

Mr. Hoehner has brought back classroom higher standards.  In Ms. Klein’s class the higher standards are…. We will always dress appropriately. We will always have our planner filled out. We will be in our seats when the bell rings. If we know we are go... Read More

Computer Programming I students become “Java” addicts!

November 1, 2016

Not the tasty hot beverage, but instead, one of the most prolific computer languages in the world.  Students in Mr. Patocka’s Computer Programming I class have immersed themselves in Java. Java is a programming language found in everything from Blu Ray players, to... Read More