Lexington Mayor Jim Gray spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony before the school's opening on Thursday. Montessori educators give students a greater say in their activities. Appropriately, it was a freshman at the school, Brier Campbell, who cut the ribbon.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony before the school's opening on Thursday. Montessori educators give students a greater say in their activities. Appropriately, it was a freshman at the school, Brier Campbell, who cut the ribbon.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony before the school's opening on Thursday. Montessori educators give students a greater say in their activities. Appropriately, it was a freshman at the school, Brier Campbell, who cut the ribbon.

Kentucky's first Montessori high school opens in Lexington

August 19, 2011 12:00 AM

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