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  This page is especially for YOU, Lexington's 2021 Graduating Class!  Here you will find announcements, forms and info tailored for your specific needs this year.  Stop in often to get the latest and greatest.


                                              2021 Graduation Program
Seniors 2020
Seniors 2019
Seniors 2018
Seniors 2016
Seniors 2015
Seniors 2014
Seniors 2013
Seniors 2012
Seniors 2010
Seniors 2009
Seniors 2007
Seniors 2006
Seniors 2004
Seniors 2003
Seniors 2002
Seniors 2001
Seniors 2000

If you have a senior panel photo from
one of our missing years, please let us know!
  How to Stay Informed  
  Counselor Chatter for November 2020  
  Counselor Chatter for October 2020
  Counselor Chatter for August/September 2020

  The Scholarship Matrix provides a monthly view of available scholarships for Lexington students. The matrix is updated monthly to reflect new opportunities.  
  ACT and Concurrent Information for HS Parents

are $10 and are due NOW. Please see Ms. Hayes or Ms. Coker to remit payment. 

ACT tests dates 2020-2021
  ACT dates and information are posted. Make sure to meet the registration deadlines that are listed below. To register please go to  
Test Date Registration Deadline Late Fee Required
Sept 12, 2020 Aug 14, 2020 Aug 15-28, 2020
Oct 10, 2020 Sept 17, 2020 Sept 18-25, 2020
Dec 12, 2020 Nov 6, 2020 Nov 7-20, 2020
Feb 6, 2021 Jan 8, 2021 Jan 9-15, 2021
April 17, 2021 Mar 12, 2021 Mar 13-26, 2021
June 12, 2022 May 7, 2021 May 8-21, 2021
July 17, 2021 June 18, 2021 June 19-25, 2021
  ** Our High School Code is 372-105  
If you have participated in community service, it must be documented and recorded on the attached form.


The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opens every year on October 1. During the month of October, we have a financial aid counselor (Kirk Rushing from ECU) come out to help families fill out this important document. If you missed the dates, please use the following videos to complete your application. You can also see Mrs. Zearley if you have questions filling this out. FAFSA is a form that must be filled out every year for post-secondary education and should be filled out for both college bound and vocational bound students after they graduate high school. 

Finish the FAFSA in 5 Steps 

How to Create an FSA ID

How to Complete the FAFSA, Part 1 – Student Demographics

How to Complete the FAFSA, Part 2 – School Selection & Dependency Status

How to Complete the FAFSA, Part 3 – Parent Demographics

How to Complete the FAFSA, Part 4 – Parent Financials

How to Complete the FAFSA, Part 5 – Student Financials & Signature Status


Boys need to wear black dress shoes or black cowboy boots, black slacks, white dress shirt and tie of choice. NO jeans. Girls need to wear black shoes & dress/skirt. No flip flops or backless shoes.  Caps may be decorated, but will need approval by Mr. McLain before graduation.

Failure to follow the dress code will result in not participating in graduation ceremony.


Google Classroom, Class of 2021: This is where you will find digital information on graduation, scholarships, general reminders, etc.

Check your Senior Folder. This is where you will find paper information on graduation, scholarship, etc. which can also be found in Google Classroom

Counselor Chatter Newsletters: newsletter sent out by the High School Counselor on a monthly basis as well as other information specific to Seniors will be accessible online at  Go to the school website and look on the right hand side under “Quick Links” to find the link titled “LHS Senior Site”.  
Remind App: Students, parents/guardians can sign up for the Remind App by texting @lexhs21 to 81010 to receive information via text message or you may log on to to receive updates.  If you sign up and would like to unsubscribe, simply reply “unsubscribe”. 


If you are a 9th or 10th grade student and have not applied to receive the Oklahoma's Promise Scholarship, please see Mrs. Zearley for the forms and directions on how to apply. More information can be found at THIS MUST BE COMPLETED IN FULL BY THE TIME YOU COMPLETE 10TH GRADE!


The PSAT/NMSQT is an optional standardized test that 11th graders (and some 10th graders) take every October. Like the SAT, the Pre-SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) measures the knowledge and skills in reading, writing, and math students learn in the classroom. For 11th grade, taking the PSAT can also qualify them for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship, which can lead to thousands of dollars in scholarship money toward college. The fee to take the exam is $17. Please see Mrs. Zearley for more information.


Are you going to college? Want help paying tuition and fees? Please check out the following links and the Scholarship Matrix for resources. The Scholarship Matrix provides a monthly view of available scholarships for Lexington students. The matrix is updated monthly to reflect new opportunities. Please feel free to check with Mrs. Zearley for scholarship and college information, especially Juniors & Seniors. IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY TO PLAN!

Scholarship Matrix: February 2021

Communities Foundation of Oklahoma – A nonprofit in Oklahoma connecting the passions of individuals with the purposes of nonprofits

Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation Scholarships – facilitates several academic scholarships through the state of Oklahoma. Scholarship recipients are representative varied career paths and educational levels which can be provided to both college and vocational bound students

OKCollegeStart – students can log into their ICAP account on OKCollegeStart account to create a scholarship profile to save interested scholarship opportunities

OKCollegeStart Scholarship Corner – a simple and quick way to find financial aid and scholarship opportunities and deadlines in Oklahoma and around the country through their ICAP account with OKCollegeStart

Oklahoma City Community Foundation – Oklahoma City area scholarship site that recommends scholarship opportunities to review

OklahomaMoneyMatters – Provides information and resources that help youth and adults successfully manage personal finances, understand consumer credit and navigate the financial aid process.

UCanGo2 – an Oklahoma operated scholarship site that lists deadlines for local, state, and national scholarships 



Lexington Public Schools
Main Campus
420 N.E. 4th Street
Lexington, OK 73051
Phone: 405-527-7236
Fax: 405-527-9517


Lexington Public Schools
High School Campus
801 East Broadway
Lexington, OK 73051
Phone: 405-527-3810
Fax: 405-527-3814



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