Welcome to Lexington Life Academy Show Low

Lexington Life Academy provides families with a variety of programs in educational, physical, social, and behavioral development. All of our staff are trained to work with children who have been diagnosed with autism and related disorders. Lexington Life Academy provides a highly structured environment while utilizing a curriculum that is created specifically for those who are on the Autism Spectrum and also following the Arizona content standards. Our programming is incomparable in autism education and our social skills and behavior development help families obtain realistic milestones and goals.

From early intervention to independent living, Lexington humbly serves individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities, and behavior disorders, to promote choice, dignity, and independence. We provide distinguished and reputable educational, therapeutic, and consulting services in evidence-based practice.

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Lexington Life Academy – Show Low

4401 S White Mountain Rd, Show Low, AZ 85901

  • Monday: 8:30AM-3:15PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30AM-3:15PM
  • Wednesday: 8:30AM-3:15PM
  • Thursday: 8:30AM-3:15PM
  • Friday: 8:30AM-3:15PM

Programs

Lexington Life Academy provides sensory integration to help with all functions of daily life and includes its own sensory room on campus.

We offer after-school programs designed to each student’s goals.

Lexington teachers use a visually based, structured, and supportive classroom environment.

Our teachers and providers meet students where they are and create a specific learning environment to increase their academic performance and social skills.

Lexington Life Academy has an excellent program focused on high school students transitioning from school to adulthood with an emphasis on vocational skill development and employment.

Our schools are equipped to work with students who may have high behavioral needs and need behavioral support by using positive behavior interventions.

We offer our own specials and elections for students to participate in school clubs and activities.

Lexington Life Academy has therapies on campus to help students reach their individual goals through speech and language therapy.

Meet the Staff

Mary Kline

Principal Kline has been with Lexington Life Academy since 2018 and became the principal of the Show Low campus in 2019. She has her Master’s Degree in Speech/Language Pathology and certificates as superintendent. She has worked as an assistant principal, director of special education, and a principal and speech pathologist in public schools.

Principal Kline approaches students with a can-do attitude and sees them for what they can do, not what they can’t. Her approach is saturated with respect and patience as she uses methodical and pragmatic interactions with students to find the root cause of behaviors to redirect them.

She believes that there are no limits to what each individual student can learn or accomplish in their lives.

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