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Virtual Tour

Welcome from President Young
LCHS Chapel
  • We nurture the development of the mind, spirit, and body of our students
  • Chapel activities include mass, adoration, and LIFT youth gatherings
Knight's Kastle
  • School uniform tops, sweatshirts, PE, and spirit wear
  • Open each school day in the afternoon
Looking to the Future Renovations and Expansion
  • To sustain growth and remain competitive we are addressing necessary upgrades to our current campus and learning environment and have set in motion the Building a Better Future Campaign.
  • We have already launched Phase 1 of the plan- the parking lot
  • Phase 2 of the plan is to expand our High Marks Center for Learning Differences to a state-of-the-art facility which includes study rooms and a classroom; create new state-of-the-art biology, chemistry, general science, and geophysical science classrooms and labs which will include an outdoor classroom all funded by Dr. Pearse and Deirdre Lyons; provide a new Student Commons area funded by the Taylor family which will allow students to work in groups for "free wise-space" study and socialize during and after school hours
  • The anticipated completion of renovations and expansion in July of 2022
  • Incoming Freshmen will get to use, work, study, and enjoy these exciting renovations!
Principal Mathew George
Fine Arts Wing
  • students are required to take 1 full credit of a Fine Art, the Fine Arts Department takes a spring trip each year with a rotation of Chicago, New York City, Orlando, and an overseas location; mention the Exemplar Scholars Program in Fine Arts
  • Chorus Room- we offer opportunities for students to explore and hone their vocal talent by participating in music festivals, All-State Choir, Tri-M Music Honor Society, extra audition opportunities beyond the classroom, and after school pop groups
  • Band Room- we host 5 concerts and performances per year; we have a Jazz and Percussion Ensemble; 62% of band students participate in sports; 51% of band students are involved in specialized programs at LC; students can be inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society
  • Edward and Marilyn Todd Theatre – seats 440 people; our Drama Club produces 4 shows each year, with one being a musical; all students can audition for the theatre productions
  • Art Room- we have a kiln; our students in the ESP-FA have a studio space for their portfolio projects; students can join the Art Club
Health Room
  • Freshmen take Health and PE- this class is split by gender
  • If you are in the ESP program, you will likely take Health and PE in the summer

Bueter Gym
  • More than a gym! Besides volleyball and basketball, this gym hosts school events such as all-school masses, dances, retreats, school assemblies, and Baccalaureate and Graduation ceremonies
Cardio and Weight Room
  • Used as a classroom for our PE courses as well as a training room for pre-season workouts
  • There are also elective classes that you might choose to take for various levels of strength training and conditioning
Social Studies and Math Hallway
  • Each student will take a math course each year---the High School Placement Test, prior school grades, and standardized testing scores determine where you will begin with math at LCHS
  • There are 3 required social studies courses for all students, beginning the sophomore year with World History, followed by United States History and American Government – all of which are offered at the College Prep, Honors, and Advanced Placement level
  • The office of the school psychologist, Mrs. Rebecca Bernotas, is located in this hallway
Religion Hallway
  • Students will take a religion course each semester
  • LCHS maintains faith-based Christian values
  • Students of many faiths attend Lexington Catholic (24% are non-Catholic)