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Lexington Public Schools is a public school district located in Lexington, OK. It has 998 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 24% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
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Lexington Public Schools Reviews
Alum here, I attended the Lexington Public School System from the fall of 2012 to the spring of 2018, the last year being freshman year of high school, from whence I unregrettably departed. The academics aren't the best, saying the least. It seems that most of the instructors are only concerned with getting the "minimum requirements" done, and then lower the standards for the whole class when others fall behind. This method limits other students in their capabilities and they typically come out with a false sense of advancement and a very rude awakening when applying for/attending college. The college counselor doesn't typically meet with students prior to their senior year, and by that time they've either figured everything out by themselves or minimized their their opportunity for success by virtue of pure ignorance. If I could recommend one thing to the staff at this school, please encourage students to go above and beyond in their time there, they'll appreciate it in the long run.
I just moved to Lexington and it's my senior year. I only had to have one class this year which is English, but I am also in Ag because I show livestock. Even though I'm not here very much I can see how well students like the teachers. The teachers know how to teach but also be on the friendly level with students so they are comfortable. The administration is very involved with organizations and clubs and very supportive and helpful.
I liked the small intimate class sizes but I didn't like the lack of variety in honors classes. However I did enjoy the willingness of faculty to work with students to make sure they get to do what they like.