Free Early Reading Screenings: A Community Outreach Initiative

Free Early Reading Screenings: A Community Outreach Initiative

The Learning Center at The Lexington School is pleased to announce that we are launching an outreach initiative that offers free early reading screenings to children in grades kindergarten to third grade. The free screenings will be offered on Wednesdays from 1:30-5:00 P.M. at the school beginning October 17, 2018. The screenings take approximately 45 […]

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 […]

Everyday Can Be Earth Day

Everyday Can Be Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day, The Lexington School’s fourth grade took a field trip where they experienced what Earth Day feels like. It feels local, interconnected, helpful, and sustainable. They didn’t have to travel far to find all of those adjectives at the ready. They carpooled to downtown Lexington where within a city block they […]

Big News! The Lexington School Launches the ONE School Project [VIDEO]

Big News! The Lexington School Launches the ONE School Project [VIDEO]

IT’S AN EXCITING TIME FOR THE LEXINGTON SCHOOL COMMUNITY.   Nationally-ranked PS-8th grade school celebrates major donations and encourages community support for a project that touches every single student at The Lexington School. With a goal of raising $10 million firmly in view, The Lexington School is happy to announce that it has received $7 million […]

Operation S.E.N.D Delivers Socks and Smiles [Video]

Operation S.E.N.D Delivers Socks and Smiles [Video]

“It’s hot in the desert, and when you can’t do laundry, your feet WILL get a little stinky. That’s when a fresh pair of socks can make all the difference in the world!” Major John Harvey sits in a chair surrounded by first graders at The Lexington School. He’s Calvin’s dad and he’s here to […]

Middle School Scholarships Can Change the Course

Middle School Scholarships Can Change the Course

In early May five boys and five girls will visit The Lexington School. They will go to classes, take a test, and participate in an interview. They aren’t the only 5th graders who spend a day at TLS, but they all have something very special in common. They are finalists for the Bluegrass Boys Scholarship […]

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 […]

A Rising Partnership: (Video) On Service Learning at The Lexington School

A Rising Partnership: (Video) On Service Learning at The Lexington School

It’s The Lexington School’s birthday, and to celebrate 57 amazing years, Mr. Baldecchi has asked every TLS student to bring a gift. He’s not looking for a donation, and please don’t bring something for a 57 year old. Rather, bring balls and crafts and legos, active, educational gifts for our brothers and sisters at William Wells […]

Bluegrass Farms Charities Keeps 25 Kids Curious!

Bluegrass Farms Charities Keeps 25 Kids Curious!

Arts and crafts, “Olympic” field games, football, dinosaurs and so much more. Active summer learning is a gift. Summer camp is an experience some kids take for granted and not all kids get to know. That’s why this week at Lexington School’s Camp Curiosity is so special. It’s special because of all the new campers. In […]