Lexington Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Lexington, TX. It has 1,022 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Lexington Independent School District Reviews
I've been going to Lexington High School since I was in the second grade and I am now a senior. Going to Lexington has been such an amazing time. The teachers always make sure that you know the material and are always ready to help with what you need. Since it is a small town and school, most teachers use to go there so they really do care about all their students. There's so many different clubs with great sponsors who truly care about their duties. The music and arts departments are great at what they do, sadly they don't have a Performing Arts Center to really perfect their skills and help them achieve their goals. The athletics department kids are extremely talented and all the coaches help to improve them. The entire staff is extremely kind and helpful and truly does care about all the students. I have been extremely lucky to go there.
Some of the things that I liked about Lexington Independent School District i the help that most of the teachers give students. Also the students are pretty nice, pretty much everyone gets along. There is not a bunch of fighting and I like how the school days are not very long. Starting school at eight-thirty in the morning and ending at three-thirty is a huge plus. I know some people that go to different schools and get out closer to five so they don't really have the rest of the day to do much. If I were to improve something in the school it would be to distribute the money more evenly across the district. Some clubs don't get enough for what they work for.
The school is small to extent so you are always to have interaction one on one with the teachers. The teachers themselves are great for the most part and are usually always willing to help you out when you need it. Although you are not able to transfer to a different teacher of the same subject because, there is only one teacher per subject per grade.