Math Teams in Lexington Public Schools (Massachusetts)

Math Teams In Lexington Public Schools (Massachusetts)

The various math teams of the Lexington Public Schools system in Lexington, Massachusetts are renowned for their individual and team-wise successes in many events and competitions. The three major math teams in the Lexington Public Schools system are those at Lexington High School, William Diamond Middle School, and Jonas Clarke Middle School.

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