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  • Important AP Information

    We recently emailed the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents that outlines instructions for the upcoming AP Tests. If your student did not attend a pre-admin AP after school session or receive a Bulletin, please have them come to the LHS Registrar’s office (Rm 152) as soon as possible. Please contact us with any questions (khurley@lexingtonma.org or 781-861-2320 x69126). Thank you.

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  • Senior Requirements from the Registrar’s Office

    Paying for Transcripts: Parents/guardians received email last week about paying online for senior transcripts. Please do this now! Graduation Survey in Naviance (seniors must complete): Naviance > “About Me” tab > “Graduation Survey” link on left. Enter all results of your applications. Take and finish the survey. It only takes a minute. You must complete these obligations in order to get your Cap and Gown on 5/30. See Mrs. Aronson, Room 152, if you have questions.

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  • Attention all parents of graduating seniors

    You are cordially invited to attend the LHS annual workshop "Letting Go While Still Holding On - Supporting Your Student (and Yourself) Through the Challenging Transition To College." The workshop will take place on Thursday, May 3rd from 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM in the high school Library Media Center and is led by Joanne Loomer, LHS Counseling Department Social Worker. Click the headline for more information.

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  • New LPS Homework Policy

    Click the headline for more information.

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

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Welcome

  • 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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