REIMAGINE an Artist’s Inspiration

REIMAGINE an Artist’s Inspiration

Artists use a variety of references when creating their art. They find inspiration in situations and landscapes, people, animals, places, ideas, and more. Few of these muses are packaged the same way. For sure, the artwork created for the REIMAGINE exhibit currently on display at the Lexington, Kentucky Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center is built upon […]

May Head’s Letter: ONE School Project Details

May Head’s Letter: ONE School Project Details

The beauty of The ONE School Campaign is that there is something in it for every student at The Lexington School. When I think about the ONE School Campaign I am reminded of the warm feeling I have as a parent and a Head of School when our students sing “One Candle” at the end […]

And the John Newbery Medal Goes to…Ask Lori Hancock, TLS Librarian!

And the John Newbery Medal Goes to…Ask Lori Hancock, TLS Librarian!

Ask Lori Hancock what she did in 2017, and she’ll say, “I read.” Makes sense—Lori is a librarian. They like to read. But in 2017, Lori read 400 books. That’s aggressive by any librarian’s standards, even at The Lexington School! Here’s why: In October of 2016, the President of the Association of Library Service to […]

Lexington School Winter Athletes Make Their Own Noise

Lexington School Winter Athletes Make Their Own Noise

“Boing” of a basketball bounce on wood floors, “squeaks” of quick feet, “blare” of clock horns, pierce whistle pitch, the “clap” of hands; the “whip” of pom-poms, the “swish” of an arrow, the “pop” of its point on a paper eye; the “splash” of a dive, the “thud” of dismount, the “click” of a putt, “sigh” […]

From Bottle Caps to Benches by Claire Robbins

From Bottle Caps to Benches by Claire Robbins

This week’s guest blogger is a 5th grader, Claire Robbins. Claire writes as a representative of the 5th grade class recycling program. Did you know that 5th graders run The Lexington School’s school-wide recycling program, and it is the first such school-wide recycling program in Fayette County? It is an environmentally responsible endeavor that starts in […]

Creative Arts Fun for the Family by Dr. Laura Bowling

Creative Arts Fun for the Family by Dr. Laura Bowling

Drama teacher Laura Bowling is always looking for ways to connect The Lexington School family with the greater Lexington creative arts community. In this first of her quarterly blog, she gives us some great suggestions on tapping into creative fun for the whole family over holiday break. Enjoy! Are you looking for a way to […]

Stuck in the Middle? Not so much. 4 Ways Middle School is Great in K-8 Schools.

Stuck in the Middle? Not so much. 4 Ways Middle School is Great in K-8 Schools.

It’s the seventh grade trip. They’ve been outside all day long in the hot and sticky South Carolina sun. Early this morning they learned to surf for the first time. This afternoon they toured the salt marsh, watched dolphins feed, pulled crab traps, and felt glad to be human. Now these eight girls sit tightly […]

Print is ALIVE! Pinpoints Magazine Shows Why.

Print is ALIVE! Pinpoints Magazine Shows Why.

Walk into the home of any Lexington School family past or present and you’ll probably see a copy of Pinpoints  magazine lying on the coffee table among other “soon-to-read” items, ones that last beyond today, beyond just this minute. Yes, print is alive and well at The Lexington School because Pinpoints defines a great school magazine. Three times a year, […]