Students are our number one focus in Lexington County School District One. They are our inspiration, our passion and our joy.
From pre-kindergarten through grade 12, we strive to provide innovative educational opportunities that help shape students into global leaders.
Lexington County School District One students are sophisticated in learning and accomplished in 21st century skills.
Our students excel in academics, athletics, fine arts and leadership, earning awards and honors across a variety of disciplines throughout the district.
We encourage a close collaboration between our students and the district and embolden our students to use our district website as a resource for furthering their learning and success.
Throughout our school district, we use a variety of common vocabulary terms. Though familiar to educators, these terms may not always be self-explanatory to our students, parents or community.
In an effort to create one learning community, we have provided a list of common vocabulary terms for download. This document outlines and defines some of the most common terms used throughout our district, referring to various educational programs, tests and more.
Please feel free to download and read this list, available below, and reach out to us with any questions.
Click here for the Destiny Online Catalog.
Click here for the Discus Virtual Library.
Click here for the student drug testing policy.
If you need to use Launchpad at home with a non-district device, go to https://launchpad.classlink.com/lexington1. Sign in with your Lexington One username and password.
When you click on an application on the Launchpad, you may be asked to install a browser extension like the example below. Click "Install Extension". This only has to be done once. After it is installed, you will not be asked to do this again.
Click here for Naviance Family Connection.
Personal Mobile Computing devices give students access to the most current information available through the internet and to the district’s Learning Management System 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Students electronically complete and turn in assignments, homework, projects, or research, while interactive applications help them improve their reading fluency, build mathematics skills, or create their own study cards. You can find information about Personal Mobile Computing here.
Click here for PowerSchool.
Send your official transcript anywhere in the world with just a few clicks! Click here to order online.
Lexington County School District One is committed to the safety and well-being of all our students at all times. Click here for Safety and Emergency Services information.
Click here to access Schoology.
Click here for FAQs for students.
Lexington County School District One provides this handbook so that students and their parents/guardians can become familiar with our schools’ rules and regulations.
It contains a brief overview of some board policies and district rules/regulations. It is not legally binding and is not intended to replace the actual policies and procedures established by the Board of Trustees. Nothing in this handbook, or any Lexington One policy manual, constitutes or creates an expressed or implied contract.
In an effort to conserve financial and environmental resources, the district provides all high school and middle school students with a direct link to the Student Handbook on their personal mobile computing devices.
The district may amend, modify or discontinue at any time the policies, rules and regulations referred to in this handbook.
Technology is a vital part of education and the operation of the district. In an effort to promote learning and to expand educational resources for students, the district has made arrangements to provide students and staff with access to various types of technology.
Click here for the Technology Acceptable Use Policy.