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STEM Profile: Damon Gurvich

Lexington High School has multiple unique strengths. Perhaps the most well-known among them is STEM students.  Damon Gurvich is a junior who has been successful in some of the most highly competitive...

LHS Holds Seasonal Middle School Math Tournament

LHS Holds Seasonal Middle School Math Tournament

  On Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023, 128 middle school students filed into the Science Lecture Hall to partake in a biannual tradition. Excitement and chatter filled the air as high-schoolers in green...

Lexington High School NOSB Team Looks Forward to Blue Lobster Bowl

Lexington High School’s National Ocean Science Bowl (NOSB) team is getting ready for their first competition of the season: the Blue Lobster Bowl. The LHS National Ocean Science Bowl (NOSB) club competes...

Lesser-Known STEM Electives at Lexington High School

Students at Lexington High School often focus on core classes without realizing the ample learning opportunities that electives offer. Electives, due to their personalized nature, allow students to learn...

Lexhack 2023: Coding for Change

From Nov. 11-18, a group of students at Lexington High School ran Lexhack 2023, an online coding competition for middle to high schoolers.  A total of 78 people and 17 teams registered for the event,...

2 Bits and a Byte: A Robotics Team Ready for Competition

As the competition season approaches, Lexington High School robotics team, 2 Bits and a Byte, is gearing up with intensified efforts. The team is buzzing with activity, preparation, and an expanding agenda. The...

STEM Profile: Alicia Li

Lexington High School senior Alicia Li will graduate this year having demonstrated a strong passion and aptitude for math through her coursework and extracurricular activities at LHS. Li has been involved...

STEM, Sports, and the Shared Qualities Between

Although teamwork is commonly associated with sports teams, it is also an integral part of STEM teams. Two Bits and a Byte is a robotics team at Lexington High School which takes part in the First Tech...

Discussing the 2022 LHS Science Fair with Junu Lee

Every year, the Lexington High School Science Department holds a school-wide science fair that allows students to pursue independent research projects based on their interests. “The Lexington High...

Two Lexington High School Seniors Attend Marine Energy Research Conference

Jaime Yu and Anjali Asthagiri, two seniors at Lexington High School, recently participated in a marine energy research conference in Portland, Ore. The University Marine Energy Research Community (UMERC)...

The LHS Math Team Looks to MAML for Wins and Accessibility for All

In October, thousands of high school students across Massachusetts took the Massachusetts Association of Mathematics League Competition (MAML). The competition has two levels. Level one consists of...

Carolyn Bertozzi ’84 Becomes First Lexington High School Graduate to Win the Nobel Prize

Carolyn Bertozzi, a Lexington High School graduate and Professor of Chemistry at Stanford University, was one of three scientists awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her advancements in . She...

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