Lexington High School
- Lexington, SC
Lexington High School Reviews
Rating 3.97 out of 5 491 reviews
I really liked the community and the opportunities provided by both Lexington High School and the technology center located next door.
Lexington High School has definitely prepared me for college and the workforce by putting me in scenarios that are very lifelike. I have developed problem-solving skills by handling issues with teachers and classmates directly, and I have been challenged by the school to be more open-minded to new perspectives and opinions. I have had more than a few negative encounters with teachers and administrators regarding poor communication, as to be expected when attending a larger school. Overall, this school is not perfect, but I would not change anything about my experience. I believe all things that have happened so far have made me a better student and a more efficient person in general.
The teachers and staff were always here for the students. They went above and beyond their job title.
Very “high school” type environment. Most teachers genuinely cared about students. Sports were very important.
This School is amazing there is many electives and courses to choose from. The some might be rigorous in the beginning but after a while the work gets a lot easier. There are many honors, Ap and IB classes for the kids that want to advanced classes.
I love how this school is set up to make students succeed. This school offers variety of AP classes, IB program, lots of sports, great teachers that tries their best to help you succeed in their classes and in the real world. With everything set up for success, the only thing that students need to do is try.
this school is very large and has a lot of students but the teachers are always there to help you when you need them
Lexington High School offers great classes and teachers that can help you prepare for the future and get the best education that you can.
I’ve had a great time at Lexington High School. They offer a huge variety of classes, has a great faculty, and helped me prepare for college and beyond.
I love the opportunities to explore many different interests that LHS provides. There are classes, clubs, and teams for things I had never heard of. It is easy to find a place to feel at home.
I loved how some teacher treated you like an equal. They spoke to you like a friend, not authority. That made me feel more comfortable in their classes and made me want to learn more. These teacher used updated ways of teaching. They asked us how we wanted to learn and taught us the way we had asked to be taught. That is why I loved going to Lexington High School!
There was a lot of annoying things about the school including teachers, administration, counselors and restrictions. But I did learn what I was supposed to learn and I was able to retain the information clearly and well. The best parts about Lexington High School was the librarians and the atmosphere in the library, the visual arts teachers, the Performing Arts Center, and the various electives. The worst part was the ridiculous consequences such as 2 days of ISS for forgetting to put a parking pass or not wearing your ID, lunch detention for rips in jeans above your knee, and cellphone violations (which the concept isn't as bad, but they seem to put that above just teaching the students).
Teachers have high standards and expectations for the students. More than half of graduating students are honor students. The guidance counselors are very helpful with course and career choices. The principal is an alumn of the school and it shows. Very warm and caring.
As a junior attending Lexington Highschool, I participate in clubs, athletics, and multiple AP courses. Although sometimes it is stressful to keep up with, I am fortunate enough to be surrounded by teachers, administrators, and coaches who strive for my academic success and support me.LHS does an excellent job when it comes to offering clubs and opportunities to be involved in the school and community. My favorite class offered is the projet unified pe class, taught by athletic coaches at the school, this class allows for students to be unified partners with students that have disabilities and special needs. However, this course is only offered to juniors and seniors. This course allows one to create friendships and bonds with the special needs students of our school and without this class, it would have been much more difficult to do so. I think that one thing Lexington could improve is to open up this course to all grade levels and allow this opportunity for all students.
What I liked about Lexington High School is how involved the teachers are with their students and how so many people care for others in their community. Everyone is treated with respect and I love the atmosphere.
The school atmosphere is great. People are mostly nice. Not many bad things happen at Lexington High. I wish there were more activities or clubs that involved cool skills. It's a normal school nothing too exciting but great academics.
During my 4 years ay Lexington, I really enjoyed my time. I love the diversity, that this school has offered me. Being, when I attend college. I will already have that experience. In my elementary days, my school wasn't as diverse as Lexington High. The teachers are very caring. The principals and guidance counselors are very helpful.