Some Offerings from Lexington Community Education

Online Registration is now available for all programs at www.lexingtoncommunityed.org.

Please note pre-registration is required for all LCE Classes. To register, using a MasterCard or VISA, please call Lexington Community Education at 781-862-8043.

Andrea Paquette, Manager of Programming

 

Summer Intensive SAT Test Prep

Writing and Language/Essay SAT Prep, PSWR

When: begins July 1, 2, 3, 5 from 9am–12pm
Where: LHS, Rm 177
Required Text: The Official SAT Study Guide published by the College Board
Fee: $200

Reading SAT Prep, PRTH

When: July 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 from 9am–11:30am
Where: LHS, Rm 177
Required Text: The Official SAT Study Guide published by the College Board
Fee: $200

Math SAT Prep, PRTH

When: July 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 from 9am–11:30am
Where: LHS, Rm 177
Required Text: The Official SAT Study Guide published by the College Board
Fee: $200

 

Summer Intensive Driver Education

When: July 29–August 2, August 12–August 26
InformationClick Here

LCE is offering two sessions of complete driver’s education (classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons). Instruction is provided through CS Driving School. The cost for the courses is: $740. For complete class and registration information please visit:

  • Select Lexington High School
  • Click “enroll”
  • Complete the registration process
  • Submit your payment of $740
 

Lexplorations Class for Rising Juniors: Foundational Chemistry

This course is designed to assist high school Juniors entering all levels of chemistry with applying mathematical principles in the context of chemistry, and to equip them with skills and strategies to avoid common pitfalls. We will foster a strong foundation in applied algebra and principles of chemistry, as well as strong inquiry and problem-solving skills within the context of scientific understanding. Topics will include dimensional analysis, atomic structure, periodic trends, chemical bonding, formula writing and chemical naming, chemical equilibria, and stoichiometry. Classes include daily laboratory activities to complement instruction, techniques for data collection and analysis, and problem-solving activities based on experimental data.

  • Taught by LHS Science Teacher, Michael Horesh
  • When: July 29–August 2, 9am–3pm
  • Where: Lexington High School
  • Fee: $300
  • To register: Click Here