The mission of The Lexington School is to provide an education of the highest quality to students in preschool through middle school. In a structured, nurturing environment, The Lexington School seeks to instill integrity, a life-long enthusiasm for learning, and a strong work ethic.

 

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How to Light Up History: A Musical Guide

Winston Churchill once wrote “History will be kind to me as I intend to write it.” The 5th grade extended team at The Lexington School is writing history too, literally and metaphorically. “Lighting Up History,” the 5th grade musical, is an interdisciplinary and collaborative experience where students learn history...

Young Alumni Networking Event Makes Connections

“Remember in high school, college, or just graduating, when you were trying to learn about a certain industry or profession, but you really had no idea? Seems like you always hear about Lexington School alumni who are doing well in so many areas, and you’d want to call them but maybe felt a...

To Commence is to Begin: The Lexington School Graduation Tradition

When we take to the grass to find our seats at The Lexington School’s commencement ceremony, we see familiar faces with watery eyes. There are always tears. Parents cry, graduates cry, teachers cry, and it’s not because everybody is happy it’s all over. It’s because it is a rite of...

Baldecchi’s Book Report

Chuck Baldecchi, Head of School, writes a monthly letter to Lexington School parents. Here is the body of his April letter where he gives a basic book report on a few good reads on a variety of topics. Enjoy! Ahh, the eight-and-a-half hour drive to Maryland for spring break....