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Creating Melodies and Memories: A Cappella Jamboree

On Dec. 2, Lexington High School’s a cappella groups performed their first jamboree, also known as  jam, of the school year.  LHS has a total of seven a cappella groups, including Rock Paper Scissors,...

LHS Winter Improv Show

LHS Winter Improv Show

On Dec. 15, the Lexington High School’s Black Box Theater was set ablaze with laughter and spontaneity as LHS’s Improv Troupe took center stage for their highly anticipated annual winter show: All...

Ms. Labrie, the New Chorus Teacher at LHS

This year, the Lexington High School’s music department welcomed Sarah Labrie as a new chorus teacher. One of the agreements made during last year's contract negotiations between the Lexington Educators...

Fall Play: The Play That Goes Wrong

Fall Play: The Play That Goes Wrong

On Nov. 16-18, Lexington High School presented its annual fall play: The Play That Goes Wrong: High School Edition by Henry Lewis, Henry Shields, and Jonathan Sayer.  The play follows the Cornley Drama...

New Lexington Dance Company I-Block Offering

Lexington High School's new club the Lexington Dance Company (LDC) began offering I-Block workshops for students who are interested in dance—regardless of experience or ability.  “We wanted to...

Creating Community – The LHS Art Department

Through diverse visual art courses and experienced teachers, Lexington High School's Art Department helps students explore different mediums and find their art interests.  LHS offers a wide range of...

Student Engagement and Faculty Assistance: LHS Art Teaching Assistants

At Lexington High School, a great emphasis is placed on the Visual Arts Department. Classes ranging from ceramics to video game design, are part of a larger selection that allow students to explore different...

LHS’s Newest Art Course: Video Game Design

The 2022-2023 Program of Studies at Lexington High School features a new semester-long visual arts course: Video Game Design. This course allows students to work together as a team making a 2D game using...

Bringing Back the Rock Room: Using Art to Decrease Stress

The Rock Room is a space that helps Lexington High School students and teachers reduce stress and straighten out their thoughts as they paint rocks and work on creative projects. Beginning in 2017, participants...

Fall Play: The Tempest

This year, Lexington High School’s fall play, a production of William Shakspeare’s The Tempest, was held from Nov. 17-19. The play follows the story of Prospero, a sorcerer and rightful Duke of Milan,...

Mr. Cassedy Accepts Music Teacher of Excellence Award

On Oct. 19, Jared Cassedy, the Lexington Public Schools K-12 Performing Arts Coordinator and Lexington High School Wind Ensemble Conductor, received the Country Music Association (CMA) Foundation’s Music...

Artist of the Issue: Phoebe Tian

At just three or four years old, Lexington High School senior Phoebe Tian started her journey to become a musician. DNA talent-testing, initiated by her mother, revealed that Tian, who would always tap...

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