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How Does it Work?


Future Knights:

Thank you for considering Lexington Catholic as the next step in your educational journey!  Lexington Catholic is truly an amazing place for a student to learn, grow, and thrive during their high school years as they challenge themselves in Mind, Spirit, and Body. You can do it all at Lexington Catholic, in the classroom, on the stage, or on the athletic field. When it comes to the best high school experience, it really does all start here! The process is simple:

1. Inquire: click here
2. Submit an Online Application (OA) for Admission: Click here for instructions on submitting an OA
3. Explore LCHS with a tour, shadow visit, or attend one or more of our numerous admissions events
4. Provide current school records
5. Receive admission notification from the Office of Admissions
6. Enroll

To schedule a private tour or to learn more, please contact:
Mrs. Lea Anne Box
Director of Admissions
859.277.7183 ext. 246
[email protected] 
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By the numbers... 

• 99% college-bound

•15,000 senior community service hours

• $27,000,000 in merit and talent-based scholarships awarded

• 5 Governor’s Scholars

• 1 National Merit Finalist

• $800,000+ in tuition assistance granted annually

At Lexington Catholic, you will find...

• College Preparatory Academic Program

• 18-20 students average class size

• A community of dedicated, talented faculty and staff

• A Spiritual Life program with a community service component

• Attention and support for students at all learning levels via the High Marks Program

• A challenging Math, Science & Technology Program, Liberal Arts Program, and an award-winning Fine Arts Program for Exemplar Scholars

• A tradition of championship-caliber athletics

• A wide range of creative, fun, and inclusive student activities

• The Lexington Catholic Promise tuition assistance program

• Students of many faiths attend LCHS; 24% are non-Catholic

• Students from 29 different middle schools