Lexington Wrestling Club (11/27)

Grades 3 – 8 Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00 – 7:30 PM November 27 – February 14 LHS Field House Successful wrestlers come in all shapes and sizes. And wrestling teaches discipline, mental toughness, and sportsmanship: character traits that will serve well outside the ring for a lifetime. “ONCE […]

Lexington Symphony Presents “Preserving Heritage” (11/10)

Lexington Symphony’s upcoming Preserving Heritage program brings us music of hope and resiliency. All three pieces tell an inspiring story of perseverance and hope emerging from times of turmoil. Verdi’s Nabucco overture packs the opera’s dramatic majesty into one crowd-pleasing piece; guest soloist Kendra Colton’s bright soprano breathes […]

Community Endowment of Lexington

Looking to get involved in our community? Want to give back to Lexington? The Community Endowment of Lexington (CEL) is currently looking to expand its roster of wonderful volunteers, and we welcome you to join our efforts.  CEL enhances the quality of life for all Lexington citizens now and in […]

Potential Changes in School Start and End Times (11/20)

To the Lexington Community: Please see the letter from Superintendent Julie Hackett outlining the process for considering potential changes in school start and end times, via the link Supt Letter – School Start Times. The start time proposal will be presented at the October 30 School Committee meeting. […]


Math lessons for kids in preK-12 grades Math and more Studio offers after school math lessons. A program developed by a former Russian professor, based on logic and understanding. Small groups and individual attention to every student. Small groups, custom made lessons and individual attention to every student, […]