The Lexington Difference
Harrison Rogers has always believed everyone learns differently. Growing up with a sister who has severe autism, and who struggled in formal education, Harrison always wanted to find a solution for what he believed was broken in formal education. In 2012, Harrison started Lexington out of his own home, initially not expecting it to be a very large scale project but had the simple goal of bettering the quality of life for his sister.
Lexington’s first location started in Mesa, Arizona where it quickly grew and flourished. Striving to deliver the same quality of life and services to the surrounding community. Our first school was established to provide more than just the service of care taking but to improve the education of others with special needs.
Lexington has expanded to multiple locations providing more schools and programs to increase special needs education as well as in-center and in-home care. We plan on always adding more resources for those seeking help for their special needs individuals. Our ambitious commitment to improving the lifestyle of your family’s future is our continuous goal.
Why Choose Lexington?
At Lexington, our goal is to come alongside families by providing services that support individuals from early education into adulthood. While the services you need may change through each stage of life, one thing will be the same, you’ll be part of the Lexington family. From the teachers at Lexington Life Academy, to the therapists at Lexington Therapy Services, to the providers at Lexington Learning Center, everything we do is SO THEY CAN.
What Others are Saying about Lexington Services
“My daughter loves going here… She’s been going there for over 5 years now. They work well with her needs. The staff is great at communicating on things going on.”
“The Life Academy is probably the best school that my daughter has been in and is the only school that she looks forward to going to and no longer fights me to stay home.”
“I couldn’t be happier with Lexington. It’s more than a school with great teachers and caregivers, it’s been a new life for my son.”