Lafayette High School

Lexington, Kentucky

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    Back to School Information - Spanish Version


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  • Enrollment guidelines

    Enrollments will only be completed online and through email at this time because of COVID-19 restrictions. All enrollment questions and required documents can be sent to ReBecca Frakes.

    You will need the following to enroll your student:

    1. Lease/deed containing parent/guardian’s name

    2. Current utility bill containing parent/guardian’s name

    3. Student birth certificate (if coming from outside of Fayette County Public Schools)

    4. Social Security card for KEES college funds (optional)

    5. Current Kentucky immunization certificate -- All out of state or country certificates must be transferred to a Kentucky certificate.

    6. TB skin test -- if coming from outside of the United States, completed and read in the United States.

    7. ESL testing -- if your student is coming from outside of the United States and your home language is something other than English, please call Martha Rodriguez at (859) 381-4179 for testing.

    8. Transcript from previous school if coming from outside of Fayette County Public Schools

    9. Guardian photo ID

    10. Complete the online enrollment


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  • Find regular updates online

    We update our announcements page with club meetings, scholarship options, school events, and much more.


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  • Theatre students devise inventive ‘Cardboard Stories’

    Playfully stacking boxes with her 5-year-old at home inspired theatre director Amie Kisling to challenge her Lafayette High School students to design a sort of pandemic pantomime performance. The result is an entertaining nonverbal play called “Cardboard Stories: Thinking outside the Box,” which the group videotaped for online distribution. “You made a piece. You created it from nothing! You made a show that makes me laugh every time,” an exuberant Kisling told the cast during the final rehearsal. “We literally said ‘Build a fort,’ and this whole beautiful story came out of it.” (Read the full story on the district website)

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