Lexington County School District One is the number one place to lead, learn and live.
As one of the fastest–growing school districts in the state, ranking seventh in total enrollment, we are proud of the excellent academic reputation we have established. Although Lexington District One administrators projected a growth of 562 new students in 2017–2018, the actual growth at this time is 759 students. This number comes from comparing the 15-day average daily membership this year to last year.
Below are a few facts we are especially proud of and others that we simply find interesting.
As educators, we are most proud of the academic success of our students. Our students are recognized nationally for exceptional academic achievements. Whether it’s in academics, the arts or athletics, Lexington County School District One students are among the state’s most competitive.
It’s not just our students who are award winners though. Our teachers and professional staff are, too.
It is no secret that in Lexington One, we are committed to excellence. These long lists and news releases are examples of accomplishments that illustrate our success — 2015–2016 Honors and Achievements and 2016–2017 Honors and Achievements.
Lexington County School District One regularly provides the public an update on the district’s strategic direction. This “Report to the People” highlights the progress made in our strategic direction, accomplishments that occurred during the school year, awards and basic facts about the district.