Students in Lexington Three are being given the opportunity to learn skills directly from community professionals thanks to the district’s recently expanded arts initiative.
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JROTC members from B-L High School had the honor of presenting the colors at the State Board of Education meeting in Columbia on Tuesday, March 12th.
On Tuesday, March 12th at their regular monthly meeting, the Lexington County School District Three Board of Trustees gave second reading approval to the 2019-2020 district calendar.
Lexington County School District Three is sponsoring the first-ever Arts in the Park event on Saturday, March 30th and community residents and local vendors are invited to attend.
The B-L High School Counseling Office has set up a makeshift “Prom Shoppe” for local junior and senior students who need help finding a dress and shoes for prom.
On Tuesday, February 12th, the B-L High School Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (JROTC) underwent a rigorous evaluation that was conducted by an outside Brigade Evaluation
Anahi Villaseca-Torres, a ninth grade student at B-L High School, was recently selected as the winner of the school’s AVID poster contest.
The B-L Rotary Club sponsored its annual Career Fair at B-L High School on Tuesday, February 5th.
In conjunction with National School Counseling Week, which was officially held February 4th through 8th, Lexington Three would like to send out a special "thank you" to all of our school counselors.