Fayette County Public Schools (Kentucky)
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Fayette County Public Schools Kentucky

Fayette County Public Schools is a school district based in Lexington, Kentucky, United States.

The district serves all of Fayette County, which is coextensive with the city of Lexington.



  • Emmanuel "Manny" Caulk (2015-Present) [1][2]

Other administrators

  • Lisa Deffendall, District Spokesperson [3]
  • Tanya Dailey, Executive Assistant [4]

Board of Education

The Fayette County Board of Education consists of members elected to four year terms from five districts, as well as the Superintendent. Districts 1, 3, and 5 hold elections in presidential election years, while Districts 2, and 4 hold elections in mid-term years.

The board holds two meetings each month, both open to the public. The first meeting of the month is an agenda planning meeting, while official action is taken at the second meeting. The second meeting of each month is televised locally on cable channel 197 [5] and streamed on the district's Web site.[6]

School Board members

  • Daryl Love [7]
  • Raymond Daniels [7]
  • Stephanie Spires [7]
  • Melissa Bacon [7]
  • Doug Barnett [7]


Secondary schools

High schools

Middle schools

  • Beaumont Middle School
  • Bryan Station Middle School
  • Crawford Middle School
  • E.J. Hayes Middle School
  • Jessie Clark Middle School
  • Leestown Middle School
  • Lexington Traditional Magnet School
  • Morton Middle School
  • Southern Middle School
  • Tates Creek Middle School
  • Winburn Middle School

Combined middle/high schools

  • Carter G. Woodson Academy -- An all-boys college preparatory program for grades 6-12, aimed mainly at minority students.[8] The program was formerly housed at Crawford Middle School, but is now at Frederick Douglass High School.[9]

4-8 schools

Primary schools

  • Arlington Elementary School
  • Ashland Elementary School
  • Athens Elementary School
  • Breckinridge Elementary School
  • Cardinal Valley Elementary School
  • Cassidy Elementary School
  • Clays Mill Elementary School
  • Coventry Oak Elementary School
  • Deep Springs Elementary School
  • Dixie Elementary School
  • J.R. Ewan Elementary School
  • Garden Springs Elementary School
  • Garrett Morgan Elementary School
  • Glendover Elementary School
  • Harrison Elementary School
  • Johnson Elementary School
  • Landsowne Elementary School
  • Julius Marks Elementary School
  • Maxwell Elementary School
  • Meadowthorpe Elementary School
  • Millcreek Elementary School
  • Northern Elementary School
  • Rosa Parks Elementary School
  • Picadome Elementary School
  • Russell Cave Elementary School
  • Sandersville Elementary School
  • Southern Elementary School
  • Squires Elementary School
  • Stonewall Elementary School
  • Tates Creek Elementary School
  • Mary Todd Elementary School
  • Veterans Park Elementary School
  • Booker T. Washington Elementary School
  • William Wells Brown Elementary School
  • Yates Elementary School

Magnet programs

FCPS offers many magnet programs with varying entrance requirements.

Magnets without entrance criteria

  • Dixie Elementary Individually Prescribed Education
  • Maxwell Spanish Immersion

Magnets with entrance criteria

Lottery magnets with entrance criteria

  • Bryan Station Traditional Middle [10]
  • Lexington Traditional Magnet School (LTMS) [11]


  1. ^ "Admin" (PDF). Retrieved 2017. 
  2. ^ "Superintendent". Retrieved 2017. 
  3. ^ "Admin" (PDF). Retrieved 2017. 
  4. ^ "Admin" (PDF). Retrieved 2017. 
  5. ^ "New channel number". 
  6. ^ "Fayette county public schools". Retrieved 2018. 
  7. ^ a b c d e "Board". Retrieved 2017. 
  8. ^ Honeycutt Spears, Valarie (December 28, 2014). "Fayette's Carter G. Woodson Academy for boys shows promising early results". Lexington Herald-Leader. Retrieved 2015. 
  9. ^ Honeycutt Spears, Valarie (February 4, 2015). "State approves a new Fayette County high school; construction could begin in June". Lexington Herald-Leader. Retrieved 2015. 

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