Welcome to the Lexington School District Two website! As “Champions for Children,” and in partnership with our community, we strive to provide superior educational opportunities that enable all students to achieve success. We are committed to preparing our students for college and career readiness. We are proud of our schools and appreciate your interest in them!
Thanks for visiting with us!
Dr. Venus Holland
Serving the Cayce, West Columbia, Springdale, Pine Ridge, and South Congaree Communities, Lexington Two is proud of our sixteen neighborhood schools and all they have to offer. Providing quality education and support to our 8,800 students is the primary goal of our teachers, administrators and staff. We are proud to li
ve in the kind of community where our students live only a short walk to their schools and where generat
ions of families have come to call
home. Situated along the Congaree River, our unique location combines the ease of small town living with close proximity to big city amenities.
Middle / High School Summer Reading RequirementsAll rising sixth grade through twelfth grade students attending Lexington School District Two are required to do summer reading. The requirements are different based on grade level and class level.
For specific requirements and documents, please click HERE.
AdvancED Recommends Full Accreditation
Lexington School District Two received an external accrediatation review March 4-6. The six-member team of educators came from Georgia, Wyoming, Colorado, and other parts of South Carolina. This committee visited 36 classrooms and talked with 461 stakeholders during their visit to Lexington School District Two. The external review team has recommended Full Accreditation. The final report should arrive within 30 days from AdvancED.
News and Happenings
What to Expect from Smarter Balance Assessments Presentation ~ June 5Sue Gendron, policy advisor and coordinator for the Smarter Balanced
Assessment Consortium, will be presenting “Smarter Balanced Assessments: What to Expect” at the Brookland Banquet and Conference Center on Sunset Blvd in West Columbia, SC. She leads the Consortium’s
outreach to state education chiefs and acts as a consultant to the Council
of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), coaching states on the implementation of the Common Core Standards.
For more Information click HERE.
Pre-School through First Grade RegistrationRegistration for children who live in Lexington District Two, and who will be entering the Four- Year Child Development Program, Five-Year Kindergarten or the First Grade next year will begin on March 6, 2013, in all of the elementary schools from 7:45 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Anyone currently enrolled in a program in Lexington District Two will not have to register. Register your child at the school serving your attendance area.
Children must be four years old on or before September 1st of the year entering the Child Development program. Children must be five years old on or before September 1st of the year entering five-year kindergarten and those entering first grade must be six years old on or before September 1st of the year entering first grade.
Parents of children meeting this eligibility deadline should bring the following to their zoned elementary school:
For more Information click HERE.