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  • All Things Senior

    The commencement ceremony this year will be held at the Tsongas Center at University of Massachusetts Lowell on Sunday, June 2nd, 2019. The music department will present a concert beginning at 12:30 p.m., followed by the commencement at 2:00 p.m. Seniors should travel to Lowell with their families and arrive no later than 1:15 p.m. Graduates must be in line by 1:30 p.m. Families, relatives, and friends are encouraged to attend the concert, which is an enjoyable part of the festivities. Tickets are not required. Please click the headline for more information (senior letter, senior calendar, ANGP information and sign up).

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  • Senior Final Tasks, Registrar's Office

    Senior Final Tasks, Registrar's Office 1. Seniors should let us know the results of all their applications (JAronson@lexingtonma.org -- OR -- come to Room 152). 2. If seniors applied to schools that were self-reporting, we need to know which ones and those results. 3. GRADUATION SURVEY in Naviance: Once they know specifically what their plans are for next year, complete the survey before they pick up the cap and gown on May 29th. It’s very quick. Here's how: Naviance > About Me tab on right > My Surveys > Surveys not started > Graduation Survey 4. PAYING FOR TRANSCRIPTS: emails went to parents/guardians before break. Payments can be made online or bring a check to Room 152. Deadline for payment: May 27.

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  • Summit Educational Group Presentation

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  • New LPS Homework Policy

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  • Full and Equal Access for all LPS Students to all Programs and Services.

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  • Welcome to LHS
     
    About Lexington and LHS:Lexington, Massachusetts is a residential suburb of Boston with a population of 31,000. Located twelve miles northwest of Boston, the town is home to numerous high-technology industries and commercial establishments. 93% of eligible children (about 6,000) attend six elementary schools, two middle schools and Lexington High School.

    LHS is a dynamic learning community with almost 2,000 students and a staff of over 200. It provides a challenging academic environment with a full range of college preparatory courses and a 40 hour community service requirement for all students. Numerous extracurricular activities and interscholastic sports round out the program.

    Our mission:  Lexington High School is a learning community committed to developing well-educated, healthy, engaged students in a respectful, safe, supportive environment. We encourage the effort and imagination necessary to acquire knowledge and develop academic habits of mind. We maintain our high expectations with a challenging and varied curriculum, inspired by curiosity, enriched by clubs and activities. At the same time we emphasize the need to reduce unhealthy stress and unproductive competition in pursuit of balanced lives. We honor diversity and individual achievement; we promote collaboration and community service. Together we strive to model behavior that will help make our campus a microcosm of the world we hope to create.

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