Bright Horizons at Lexington 903 Waltham St, Lexington, MA02421 Bright Horizons at Lexington is an early education center and preschool. It offers programs for infants, toddlers and…More preschoolers. The preschool curriculum includes math, science, language, wellness and art.
Lexington Community Education 251 Waltham St, Lexington, MA02421 Lexington Community Education offers a variety of programs for young adults and adults, in addition to to a children's…More summer program called Lexplorations. For courses, class schedule and registration information, visit the Lexington Community Education website.
Lexington Education Foundation 594 Marrett Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Acting as an independent charitable organization, the Lexington Education Foundation has been advocating education and…More awarding grants in the town of Lexington since 1989. Call the telephone listed or visit its website for more information on grants, fellowships, donations and volunteer opportunities.
Lexington Psychological & Educational Resources 76 Bedford St, Lexington, MA02420 Lexington Psychological & Educational Resources is a facility located in the town of Lexington. To schedule an…More appointment, or to learn more information about services rendered, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Lexington Historical Society P.O. Box 514, Lexington, MA02420 The Lexington Historical Society is an organization that preserves the history of Lexington, specifically the role the…More town played at the beginning of the American Revolution. The Society operates various museums, including the Hancock-Clarke House, Buckman Tavern and Munroe Tavern. Guided tours are available at these museum houses; check the website for hours for each. The society also operates the Lexington Depot, a space that hosts educational programs throughout the year. The Depot is available to rent.
Lexington Christian Academy 48 Bartlett Ave, Lexington, MA02420 First launched in a rented space above a Boston bowling alley in the 1940s, the Lexington Christian Academy now serves…More more than 300 students in grades six through 12 at its 30-acre campus near the Arlington border. The school's mission is to "educate young men and women in the arts and sciences in the context of a complete commitment to the historic Christian faith."
Lexington Learning Center 329 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Lexington Learning Center is a tutoring and test preparation facility that caters to the academic needs of students from…More kindergarten to higher education. The staff of professional teachers offers academic assessment, learning skills and study resources for English, mathematics, science, language, reading and writing subjects. Visit the web address provided for more information.
Lester E. Savage Real Estate 9 Meriam St, Lexington, MA02420 Lester E. Savage Real Estate is located on the first floor of the office building at 9 Meriam St. This is just off…More Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington Center. This company has been in business since 1963 and under the present management since 1983. It is a full service real estate agency. It is also family-owned and operated and owned by a Lexington resident. Lester E. Savage looks forward to meeting you and assisting you in finding property in Lexington or an adjacent town. It also believe it is very important to support the local community. The owner is a past president of the Lexington Historical Society and involved in the Lexington Educational Fund (LEF).
RiverRun Media 7 Linmoor Ter, Lexington, MA02420 RiverRun Media is a mulitimedia editor and producer of educational material. It specializes in the production of…More CD-ROMs, websites, video editing for online media. RiverRun Media works primarily with education institutions. Some notable clients include MIT, Harvard University and PBS. This Lexington-based company was established 13 years ago.
Munroe Center for The Arts 1403 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Opened in 1994, The Munroe Center for The Arts is a nonprofit organization operated by the Lexington Friends of the…More Arts. Its goal is to help promote arts education to residents of Lexington. Part of what it does is provide cheap rental space to several businesses that teach dance, music and art to local residents. Check out its Web site for a list of schools and studios offering classes. Donations are accepted.
Waldorf School of Lexington 739 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 The Waldorf School of Lexington (WSL), preschool to grade 8, was founded in 1971 by a group of Cambridge parents, The…More school purchased the former Adams Elementary School in 1982, the same year that it graduated its first class of 8th graders. The campus is situated between Massachusetts Avenue and the 185-acre Great Meadow.
As part of the Waldorf model of education, teachers at the school stay with the same students as they progress from 1st grade through graduation. WSL also offers nursery, kindergarten and after-school programs.
LABBB Collaborative - Lexington 251 Waltham St, Lexington, MA02421 LABBB Collaborative provides educational programs for special needs students throughout the Boston area. Programs are…More available for early childhood, elementary school, middle school and high school, in addition to multi-handicapped programs. This organization also has locations in Arlington, Burlington, Bedford and Belmont, and all programs are held in public school buildings. The Lexington location specializes in programs for high school age students with multiple handicaps. Services include speech and language therapy, counseling, occupational therapy and self-advocacy groups.
The Family Album 1666 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 The Family Album photo studio is located on the second floor of the office building at 1666 Massachusetts Ave. across…More from Edison Way in Lexington Center. It has been at this location since 2008. The Family Album offers is clients over 15 years of experience. It specializes in family and personal portraits along with custom handbags and photo design display expertise. The Family Album supports many local community organizations, such as the Lexington Educational Foundation, Hastings School and Follen Church.
Lex Media 1001 Main Campus Drive, Lexington, MA02421 Serving the Lexington community, Lex Media is a non-profit, local media organization, with channels found on Comcast,…More RCN and Verizon. Dedicated to providing its community with media education, Lex Media also offers a film club, media training and a summer television production series. To get involved, call the telephone number or visit the web address provided.
The history of First Parish in Lexington extends back to the late 17th century, when residents of…More Lexington, then called Cambridge Farms, repeatedly sent petitions to the Massachusetts Legislature asking to establish their own parish. The state finally acquiesced to their petition in 1691 and five years later, the church was finally established - Calvinist in doctrine, congregational in polity. In 1829, the parish voted to become Unitarian.
Today, the church is a self-governing, liberal congregation that works with a professional staff, offering religious education, events and activities.
The Research Institute for Learning & Development 4 Militia Dr, Lexington, MA02421 The Research Institute for Learning & Development (RILD) is a community based program developed to help children and…More adults with learning disabilities through specialized techniques and methods of education. Located in Lexington, RILD strives to optimize its community's learning potential despite learning and attention handicaps. Be sure to call the telephone number provided for further information and additional resources.