Lexington Catholic High School
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Welcome to Lexington Catholic High School, a private boarding school and the exclusive academic partner of Amerigo Lexington.
Lexington Catholic is a college-preparatory, coeducational, private boarding high school fostering individual growth, moral responsibility and academic excellence while encouraging students to explore artistic and athletic pursuits. Recognized as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, our rigorous academic program offers students exciting opportunities to receive real-world experiences in a variety of disciplines. Upon graduation, we ensure our students are prepared to act knowledgeably, lead thoughtfully, share generously and contribute meaningfully to society and leave our program well-equipped for college and beyond.
We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to our school community.
Lexington Catholic High School represents a long tradition of Catholic education in the Bluegrass region. Founded in 1951, Lexington Catholic is a Blue Ribbon School for Excellence award recipient and serves students of all faith traditions through a high quality, Catholic, college-preparatory education.
- Founded in 1951
- 845 students
- Coed enrollment
- 17-acre campus
- Average class size of 22 students
- Safe residential community
- Full-service boarding program
- AP, Honors and college prep course offerings
- Specialized aerospace engineering program
- Elite Fine Arts program
- 99% college attendance rate
- On-site staff, 24/7 support
Lexington Catholic High School is located on a 17-acre campus in the heart of Lexington, Kentucky. Lexington Catholic features technologically advanced, Wi-Fi enabled classrooms and computer labs. The private school also features physics, biology and chemistry labs, student library, art studios, music and choral practice rooms, 440-seat theater with professional equipment, college and career counseling center and advanced athletic facilities.
Lexington Catholic is a good school and has very experienced teachers. Teachers often use a variety of teaching methods and they create a comfortable learning environment.
— Haoyu, Grade 11, China