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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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...

Dyslexia and Creativity–The Learning Center’s Talent Workshop

Type “Successful Dyslexics” into Google, and you’ll find a long list of celebrities, poets, painters, and entrepreneurs, people you’d never imagine one day struggled in school. But they did. Children and adults with language-based learning differences do not thrive in a traditional classroom where pen to paper, desks in rows,...

“Difficult Conversations,” a Presentation by Grace Newsome

With the upcoming elections, there is much talk. There is talk on TV, online, on the radio, and around the dinner table. As an extension of their lives outside of school, kids talk at lunch, on the playground, and in their classrooms.  Information is everywhere, and often those sensitive...

Leadership Lexington School

They are eleven and twelve years old and just DONE with traditional day camps. They’ve made the circuit of local sports and pottery camps, exhausted their options. They are caught in the middle of what now? Too young to officially have a job, too young to be officially in charge,...