We Didn't Start the Fire

April 28, 2017

One of the final projects in Mr. McConnell’s American History II class is to complete Billy Joel’s song, “We Didn’t Start the Fire”. The song is a rap-like recitation of events and icons that travel through the singer’s 40 years as it trie... Read More

Lexington High School Spring Music Concert and Awards Ceremony

April 27, 2017

The Lexington High School Music Department will be having their final concert on Saturday, April 29, 2017 with free admission.  The Concert will begin at 2:00 p.m. and will be held in the East Gym of the High School.  Each of the High School Music ensembles will pe... Read More

Washington D.C. Trip 2017

April 21, 2017

Despite the weather, LHS Seniors enjoyed their experience in Washington D.C., March 12th-17th.  Students boarded the busses at 5:00 A.M. on March 12th and settled in for a 27-hour ride to Pennsylvania.  The first stop on the tour was at Gettysburg National Park w... Read More

Thank You

April 20, 2017

At this time I would like to thank the students, parents and administrators of Lexington High School in allowing me to teach for the last 29 years.  It's been interesting and enjoyable and I leave with a lot of great memories! Lennie Ambler Read More

Next Year’s College Class Offerings

April 20, 2017

Summer is going to be upon us and then it will be back to school.  Many LHS students plan to take college classes in high school.  Taking college classes in high school is a good way to pick up classes cheaper and get those general education classes that everyone t... Read More

Foundations of Leadership Service Projects

April 20, 2017

The twelve Foundation of Leadership classes of Lexington High School were actively involved in service projects on Wednesday, April 19.  The Foundations of Leadership classes, which consist of ninth graders, worked with the opportunity to provide help and assistance to ... Read More

New Changes for Strength and Conditioning Class

April 20, 2017

In Strength and Conditioning class for the next four weeks we are changing things up a bit and students are working hard to figure it all out.  We are implementing a new system that some of the top high school strength and conditioning programs around the nation are mov... Read More

2017 SkillsUSA State Conference®

April 19, 2017

The 2017 Nebraska Leadership and Skills Conference is in the books. Twenty-two Lexington High School students helped make this conference the largest in the history of SkillsUSA Nebraska. Although this is the third consecutive year that LHS students have participated in the ... Read More

SkillsUSA ®

April 19, 2017

Lexington Career and Technical students traveled to Grand Island to compete in Nebraska SkillsUSA. More than 1,500 students from across the state met to compete in approximately 120 contests. Students from Lexington were involved in a number of contests including, Welding, M... Read More

Automotive Technology

April 19, 2017

Automotive students are having a great year. We just finished the Nebraska SkillsUSA® State competition and Juan Ortiz placed First and Eliseo Alcantar placed third in the Automotive Service Technology division. Juan will attend the SkillsUSA® National Leadershi... Read More

Sports Information & Technology

April 6, 2017

Mr. Bradley will offer a new course starting the fall of 2017. The course description includes the following: Writing and Reporting: Students will learn hands-on how to write and report for newspapers, magazines and online media; you will practice conducting and writing... Read More

Transition Planning - LHS and NE VR Work Together

April 6, 2017

Seniors participating in Mrs. Archer’s Senior Transitions/Career Planning and Career Preparation courses, and other identified seniors, have been busy working with NE VR Employment Specialists in order to facilitate a smooth transition from LHS to various post-school... Read More


April 4, 2017

TeamMates is a school-based mentoring program created by Coach Tom Osborne 25 years ago. The Lexington TeamMates chapter is looking for adult mentors to be matched with current Lexington Middle School and Lexington High School students. We have students waiting to be matched... Read More

Gatsby's Lingering Affects

April 3, 2017

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past” (Fitzgerald 189). The great American novel, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, ends with this enticing line challenging the reader to ask, “What the heck does that mean?&... Read More

Framework for Success

April 3, 2017

     The comfort and challenge in a mathematics classroom is working within a framework every day to bring student success.  The students come to class every day with the understanding what is expected of them:  arriving on time, finding their assign... Read More

John F Kennedy’s Impact On America

April 3, 2017

     In American History II class, we are currently discussing how American society changed during the 1960’s.  The classes have been looking in depth into the saying, “all men are created equal,” and answering questions about American i... Read More