Harrington Elementary School 328 Lowell St, Lexington, MA02420 The Harrington School was established in 1956 to accommodate Lexington's growing student population. The school moved…More into a new building in 2005. Elaine Mead serves as the school's principal.
The Cotting School traces its roots back to 1893, when two Boston surgeons decided that children with physical…More disabilities were not receiving adequate education in the public school system. The school has operated in Lexington since the late 1980s.
Today, Cotting is a private special-education, day school, serving students ages 3-22. The school also offers a variety of after-school and athletic programs.
Lexington Public Schools Central Office 146 Maple St, Lexington, MA02420 The Lexington Public Schools Central Office is a brick building located behind the school on Maple Street. The central…More office oversees schools in the district and works to provide guidance, guidelines and services for schools, families, parents and students in the community. Check the main website for getting involved or for information on services provided.
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.
Jonas Clarke Middle School 17 Stedman Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Students at Jonas Clarke Middle School are placed into one of three "teams" at each grade level, with names like…More "Endeavor," "Apollo" and "Atlantis." The school also offers a variety of athletic programs and extracurricular activities. Steven H. Flynn serves as the school's principal.
Estabrook Elementary School 117 Grove St, Lexington, MA02420 Named after Lexington's first school teacher, the Estabrook School is located just north of Route 128 and serves around…More 440 student in kindergarten through fifth grade. Sandra Trach serves as the school's principal.
Bridge Elementary School 55 Middleby Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Named after the Bridge family, which once farmed the land where the school now stands, the Bridge Elementary School is…More located adjacent to the Lexington reservoir and serves around 450 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Meg Colella serves as the school's principal.
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.
Fiske Elementary School 55 Adams St, Lexington, MA02420 Named after a founding Lexington family, the Fiske School was established in 1949 and rebuilt in 2005. The school moved…More into its new building in 2007 and now serves about 485 students, from kindergarten through fifth grade. Nancy Peterson serves as the school's principal.
Good School Realty 844 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Good School Realty is a full-service real estate agency with 10 agents ready to serve you. The friendly agents will be…More happy to assist you as you search for property in Lexington or the surrounding communities. Good School also operates a second office in Acton and supports various local organizations such as the Newton Chinese Language School.
Maria Hastings School 7 Crosby Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Maria Hastings School is named after Maria Hastings, a leader in literacy and education in Lexington during the…More 19th century. The school, located on Crosby Road near Route 128, serves around 425 students from kindergarten through fifth grade. Louise Lipsitz serves as the school's principal.
Lexington Montessori School was founded by a group of parents seeking to provide child-centered educational services…More and programs for young children. The school is based on the work and method of Maria Montessori. The staff creates a comfortable environment for students to foster a love of learning, inner discipline and self-assurance. It has grown to include early childhood, elementary and middle school education.
LMS currently welcomes more than 230 children from various towns and communities in and around the Boston area. The school incorporates academic and social development to help students achieve optimal learning skills. Interested parents should make an appointment to observe classrooms and for a school tour during school hours.
Lexington School of Ballet 1403 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Since 1983, the Lexington School of Ballet has been introducting children to the world of ballet. It is located inside…More the Munroe Center for the Arts on Massachusetts Avenue, just outside of Lexington Center. The Munroe Center is a non-profit organization in a former elementary school that houses several schools and studios focused on arts. The ballet school offers jazz and hip-hop for children in addition to ballet. Classes are also available for teens and adults.
Lincoln Nursery School 14 Bedford Rd, Lincoln, MA01773 Lincoln Nursery School is a non-profit educational facility providing children with the cognitive, social and emotional…More tools necessary for academic and personal growth.
Methodist Weekday School 2600 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02421 Methodist Weekday School is a non-profit, non-sectarian private preschool offering programs for children of all…More backgrounds from 2 years and nine months to 6 years of age. The school offers preschool programs from September through June, with extended day programs from 8:15am to 2pm. It offers individualized care and hands-on learning experiences to stimulate social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth. The school has been serving the community since 1962.
Bowman School 9 Philip Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Named after Nathaniel Bowman, the first of a historic Lexington family to settle in the area, the Bowman School is…More located near the Concord Turnpike and serves around 480 students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Mary Anton-Oldenburg serves as the school's principal.
Minuteman High School 754 Marrett Rd, Lexington, MA02421 Minuteman Career & Technical High School is a four-year regional high school. The school offers career clusters in…More agriculture and transportation, bio-science, business and information technology, human and consumer services and trade and engineering. Students spend their freshman year exploring career areas, then pick a technical major to study for the following three years. Course requirements also include four years of English, math, science, social studies, health and physical education and electives.
Jon Dreyer 81 Baker Ave, Lexington, MA02421 This Lexington-based tutor offering patient, thorough and engaging mathematics and computer science instruction for…More students from elementary school through high school.