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Fayette County Public Schools is a school district based in Lexington, Kentucky (U.S.). The district serves all of Fayette County, which is coextensive with the city of Lexington. Administration [ edit] Superintendent [ edit] Demetrius Liggins (2021-)   Other administrators [ edit] Lisa Deffendall, District Spokesperson 
Public high school in Lexington, Kentucky, United States Henry Clay High School Address Fontaine Road Lexington Kentucky United States Information Type Publichigh school Established 1928; 95 years ago (1928) School district Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Demetrus Liggins Principal Paul Little Teaching staff
Frederick Douglass High Schoolis a secondary school located on the eastern side of Lexington, Kentucky, United States. The school is one of six high schools in the Fayette County Public Schoolsdistrict and was constructed to reduce overcrowding at Bryan Station High Schooland Henry Clay High School. 
The Lexington School Lexington Universal Academy Mars Hill Academy Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic School Redwood Cooperative School Saints Peter and Paul Regional Catholic School Sayre School Sphinx Academy Trinity Christian Academy High schools [ edit] Blue Grass Baptist School Lexington Christian Academy Lexington Catholic High School
The Federal Medical Center, Lexington (FMC Lexington) is a United States federal prison in Kentucky for male or female inmates requiring medical or mental health care. It is designated as an administrative facility, which means that it holds inmates of all security classifications. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of ...
Fayette County is located in the central part of the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2020 census, the population was 322,570,  making it the second-most populous county in the commonwealth. Its territory, population and government are coextensive with the city of Lexington, which also serves as the county seat. 
Douglass School in Lexington, Kentucky, US, was both a primary and secondary Fayette County Public Schools from 1929 to 1971. Douglass School operated solely for African American students. The building that once housed Douglass School, located at 465 Price Road, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Fayette County in 1998.