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List of schools in Lexington, Kentucky

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Subject: Economy of Lexington, Kentucky, CentrePointe (Lexington), Valley View Ferry, Lexington, Kentucky, in the American Civil War, Kentucky Horse Park
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List of schools in Lexington, Kentucky

Below is a listing of public and private schools for Lexington, Kentucky, USA.

Contents

  • Public schools 1
    • Elementary schools 1.1
    • Middle schools 1.2
    • 4-8 schools 1.3
    • High schools 1.4
    • Combined middle/high schools 1.5
  • Private schools 2
    • Elementary schools 2.1
    • Middle schools 2.2
    • High schools 2.3
  • Area colleges and universities 3
  • External links 4

Public schools

The city is served by the Fayette County Public Schools district. The district serves all of Fayette County, which is coextensive with the city of Lexington.

Elementary schools

  • Arlington Elementary School
  • Ashland Elementary School
  • Athens-Chilesburg Elementary School
  • Booker T. Washington Academy
  • Breckinridge Elementary School
  • Cardinal Valley Elementary School
  • Cassidy Elementary School
  • Clays Mill Elementary School
  • Deep Springs Elementary School
  • Dixie Elementary School
  • Garden Springs Elementary School
  • Glendover Global Studies Elementary School
  • Harrison Elementary School
  • James Lane Allen Elementary School
  • Julius Marks Elementary School
  • Landsowne Elementary School
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • Mary Todd Elementary School
  • Maxwell Spanish Immersion Magnet Elementary School
  • Meadowthorpe Elementary School
  • Millcreek Elementary School
  • Northern Elementary School
  • Picadome Elementary School
  • Rosa Parks Elementary School
  • Russell Cave Elementary School
  • Sandersville Elementary School
  • Southern Elementary School
  • Squires Elementary School
  • Stonewall Elementary School
  • Tates Creek Elementary School
  • Veterans Park Elementary School
  • Wellington Elementary School
  • William Wells Brown Elementary School
  • Yates Elementary School
  • Two new elementary schools are being built and are expected to open for the 2016โ€“17 school year.

Middle schools

  • Beaumont Middle School
  • Bryan Station Traditional Magnet Middle School
  • Crawford Middle School
  • E.J. Hayes Middle School
  • Jessie M. Clark Middle School
  • Leestown Middle School
  • Lexington Traditional Magnet School [LTMS]
  • Morton Middle School
  • School for the Creative and Performing Arts at Bluegrass [SCAPA]
  • Southern Middle School
  • Tates Creek Middle School
  • Winburn Middle School

4-8 schools

High schools

Combined middle/high schools

  • Carter G. Woodson Academy โ€” An all-boys college prep program aimed mainly at minority students, it is currently housed at Crawford MIddle School, but will move to the new Winchester Road high school once it opens.

Private schools

Elementary schools

Middle schools

High schools

Area colleges and universities

External links

  • Fayette County Public Schools
    • Bryan Station High School
    • Henry Clay High School
    • Lafayette High School
  • Blue Grass Baptist School (K-12)
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