Lexington High School Reviews
Lexington makes their students feel at home. The set up classes makes it easier for students to be more involved and participate in extracurricular activities more. I enjoyed Lexington because the teachers treat you like family and most of them have known you since you started there.
Truthfully, Lexington High School has a lot to change. A majority of my classes are blow off classes, and a lot of the things i’ve learned are things I have taught myself. However, there are nice things about it.
There isn’t a lot of advanced classes to help with college preparatory. Most of the school is aimed at promoting athletes and there isn’t much encouragement for academic excellence.
I moved to Lexington my sophomore year. I started going to Lex to get away from bullying at my old school and I must say It was a great choice. At Lexington there is little to no bullying at all. The students and teachers are all kind and respectful to everyone.
I have gone to the Lexington Public Schools since kindergarten. Both the classes and extracurriculars are lacking in diversity. The only available classes are ones required by the state, and there are no options for Honors or AP classes. There are only a few extracurriculars, being marching band, choir, a sport, and FCCLA. The teachers range from good to terrible. While there are a few good teachers that teach the subject well and care about their students, there are also teachers who teach poorly or not at all. All the textbooks are outdated and falling apart. Some of the older buildings are falling apart, and one is completely unusable due to mold and mildew. Overall I believe the school is really just terribly low on fundings and focuses too much on football than the actual quality of learning.
It was fine for a High School, and considering other stories I've heard about High School, it is doing better than most.
I loved attending Lexington High School. Everyday was something new and exciting. The teachers and staff was willing to help you succeed in your academics as well as being very supportive. There was not one teacher who did not want to see a student fail. Lexington is a small town school, which meant meeting people and creating a new friendships was very easy. Lexington High School is place that I would highly recommend for students who are trying to find a great school to fit into.
It was probably the friendliest school atmosphere you can find. Everybody knows everybody and the teachers care about the students. It is easy to be involved and feel very at home.
I really like Lexington schools because of the people that go here. Everyone is a family at this school. If one person fails at something, we all do. Lexington is a very close community with great people.
I feel like my high school could have better prepared me for the "real world".
Nothing serious goes on at the school a whole lot but when something does happen the police are just a couple minutes away.
I didn't go to the cafeteria but when I did I disliked it.
A lot of the students get away with many things including bullying, attendance, and violating the dress code.
I myself don't take part in many sporting events.
There could be more of a variety extracurricular opportunities.
Everyone thinks their high school is the best.
I think all together cooks don't prepare it the best they can.