Lexington High School

Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve

  • High School (9 - 12)

    Lexington High School teaches students skills that help them not only succeed academically, but that build integrity and promote initiative. Students, faculty, and the school itself receive numerous accolades year after year, including the current 4A Girl's Golf State championship.

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A Message From Mr. Pool

  • Hello Wildcats!

     
    This is Mr. Pool with a couple of important items.
     
    Click HERE if you would rather listen to me talk about all this information in a short video!
     
    Linked to this message is our Virtual Open House landing page.  At Virtual Open House, you can hear from our teachers and find their contact information if you need to reach them for a conference or conversation.  You can also walk through a day at LHS from a student's view.  There is a "Family Connections" link on the page to get PowerSchool and Schoology information that will help you stay informed, and finally, we have a link to vote for this year's School Improvement Council parent representatives.  
     
    I know it's hard to believe, but we are halfway through the first nine weeks.  At LHS, we don't send home a paper Interim Report.  Instead, we will always try to remind you at each interim report that now is the time to go into PowerSchool, or for LOOLA students, to go into the SC Virtual grading platform if you don't normally check these sites.  If you aren't sure how to check on your student's grades, check out the Family Connections page on the Open House Site, or feel free to call us at the school.  For LOOLA students, information about grade reports and parent access is available on our school website under the Parents and Students tab by scrolling down to LOOLA.  We definitely want all parents to check in with their students about current progress in all of their courses.  There is still plenty of time to recover if the first half of the grading period hasn't gone exactly as planned.
     
    If you have questions or concerns about your student's progress, please feel free to reach out to the teacher.  This Friday is set aside for teachers to be able to hold conferences with parents and students as needed based on current progress, so Friday is not a school day for students. There is no school – whether in-person or virtual – for students. 
     
    Lexington High School football is back and we have our first game this Friday night at home against Ridgeview.  We expect a sell-out, so get your tickets quickly.  General admission tickets are available at the LHS Athletics Office Thursday from 8:00 - 4:00, and again Friday if there are any tickets left.  Tickets are $7.  We will be recognizing our senior athletic trainers, band members, cheerleaders, and football players at the game.
     
    Congratulations to our boy's swim team for winning the region, and good luck to 8 boys from the team who have qualified for state, and to three girls who have qualified to compete at the state swim meet.
     
    We hope you will visit the Lexington Wildcat Booster Club website, https://lexingtonwildcats.com/photos, to view action photos taken by Mr. Larry James. He does a great job capturing details of each along with the passion that our student athletes have.  
     
    Have a great week and thanks for all you do to make our school and community great!  
     
    Go Wildcats!
     
     
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