Students filled the hallways during the 1:05 p.m. class change at Henry Clay High School in Lexington on Wednesday. With an enrollment of 2,402 and a capacity of 2,133, Henry Clay is the most overcrowded high school in Fayette County, according to school officials.
Students filled the hallways during the 1:05 p.m. class change at Henry Clay High School in Lexington on Wednesday. With an enrollment of 2,402 and a capacity of 2,133, Henry Clay is the most overcrowded high school in Fayette County, according to school officials. Herald-Leader
Students filled the hallways during the 1:05 p.m. class change at Henry Clay High School in Lexington on Wednesday. With an enrollment of 2,402 and a capacity of 2,133, Henry Clay is the most overcrowded high school in Fayette County, according to school officials. Herald-Leader

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