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Lexington Senior High School

Lexington, NC

Support Lexington Senior High School with our new High School Support Program.

Lexington Senior High School

Lexington, NC
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About

School: Lexington Senior High School
Address: 26 Penry St Lexington, NC
Mascot: Yellow Jackets
State Association: North Carolina Christian School Association
Notable Alumni: Deems May, Joe McIntosh, Carlos Terry, Jimmy Snyder, Tommy Dawkins,
How many state championship has your school won? 16 State Championships Football -14, Tennis - 2, Men's Basketball - 2
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? DEPARTMENT of STUDENT ATHLETICS MISSION & VISION STATEMENT The mission of the Lexington City Schools Department of Student Athletics is and has been to offer the highest quality of Student Athletic programming every year. Through a dedicated “Commitment to Excellence,” to educational interests, competitive athletic programs, and integrity in all areas, the student athlete, coaches, athletic administration, and support staff, strive to bring credit and recognition to our school system. The vision of the Lexington City Schools Department of Student Athletics is to continue a commitment to provide, “Education through Sport” and “Build Community and Pride in Lexington City Schools Athletics.” With an operating philosophy that our school system should and will provide “Athletics for All Students,” our department believes that competitive athletics are an integral part of the total educational process and experience. Students should and will have opportunities to participate and compete as appropriate to their interest and skills. Lexington City Schools Department of Athletics, values the lessons that have long been taught by athletic participation; the pursuit of a “Commitment to Excellence,” through personal development and teamwork; ethical and responsible behavior both on and off the field; adherence to the spirit of the rules as well as to the letter; leadership and strength of character; and sportsmanship including respect for one’s opponents, acceptance of victory with humility, acknowledgment of defeat with grace, and respect for the value of cross-cultural understanding and acceptance. In teaching these lessons to our student athletes, Lexington City Schools Department of Athletics instills habits that will lead students to better and healthier lives. While we understand that winning is not an end in itself, we believe that the efforts by our interscholastic teams to be their best and will lead them to success and excellence. “JACKETS FOREVER FOREVER JACKETS”
Who is the head football coach for your school? Eric Brown
Where does your school play their home games? (stadium/gym names): Philpott Memorial Stadium

About

School: Lexington Senior High School
Address: 26 Penry St Lexington, NC
Mascot: Yellow Jackets
State Association: North Carolina Christian School Association
Notable Alumni: Deems May, Joe McIntosh, Carlos Terry, Jimmy Snyder, Tommy Dawkins,
How many state championship has your school won? 16 State Championships Football -14, Tennis - 2, Men's Basketball - 2
What is your school’s vision/mission statement? DEPARTMENT of STUDENT ATHLETICS MISSION & VISION STATEMENT The mission of the Lexington City Schools Department of Student Athletics is and has been to offer the highest quality of Student Athletic programming every year. Through a dedicated “Commitment to Excellence,” to educational interests, competitive athletic programs, and integrity in all areas, the student athlete, coaches, athletic administration, and support staff, strive to bring credit and recognition to our school system. The vision of the Lexington City Schools Department of Student Athletics is to continue a commitment to provide, “Education through Sport” and “Build Community and Pride in Lexington City Schools Athletics.” With an operating philosophy that our school system should and will provide “Athletics for All Students,” our department believes that competitive athletics are an integral part of the total educational process and experience. Students should and will have opportunities to participate and compete as appropriate to their interest and skills. Lexington City Schools Department of Athletics, values the lessons that have long been taught by athletic participation; the pursuit of a “Commitment to Excellence,” through personal development and teamwork; ethical and responsible behavior both on and off the field; adherence to the spirit of the rules as well as to the letter; leadership and strength of character; and sportsmanship including respect for one’s opponents, acceptance of victory with humility, acknowledgment of defeat with grace, and respect for the value of cross-cultural understanding and acceptance. In teaching these lessons to our student athletes, Lexington City Schools Department of Athletics instills habits that will lead students to better and healthier lives. While we understand that winning is not an end in itself, we believe that the efforts by our interscholastic teams to be their best and will lead them to success and excellence. “JACKETS FOREVER FOREVER JACKETS”
Who is the head football coach for your school? Eric Brown
Where does your school play their home games? (stadium/gym names): Philpott Memorial Stadium