About the Academies of Lexington
These small learning communities located within Bryan Station, Frederick Douglass, and Tates Creek high schools offer a different approach to education: one that moves away from the traditional classroom model toward a more hands-on, project-based system built around the needs of today’s world. The academies help prepare all students for life after high school by combining the academic rigor of college preparatory programs with the relevance of career-focused education. By linking academics with real-world careers and hands-on applications, our academies help students see the purpose and value of what they’re learning in the classroom.
This initiative -- sponsored by Ford Next Generation Learning -- is a partnership among Fayette County Public Schools, educators, students and families, local businesses, industry, and community leaders.
WHAT ARE THE ACADEMIES OF LEXINGTON?
The Academies of Lexington are small learning communities within Fayette County Public High Schools.
They allow students to connect what they’re learning in the classroom with real-world applications.
They provide students with a new kind of educational experience—one that helps them truly thrive in today’s economy.
The Academies of Lexington is a partnership between Fayette County public high schools, students, families, educators, businesses, and community partners.
This initiative is uniting Lexington behind the cause of transforming public education in our city.