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Bob Lofsted, Principal

Angela LeStrange, Vice Principal 

Adam Auerbach, Asst. Principal

Chuck Selna, Asst. Principal


Main No. (209)331-7695

Main Fax#:  (209)331-7779

Counseling Fax#: (209)331-7686


9th Gr. Secretary          331-7695

10th Gr. Secretary        331-7650

11th Gr. Secretary        331-7819

12th Gr. Secretary        331-7676

Attendance                  331-7777

Athletics                      331-7666

College/Career Ctr.       331-7702

Community Liaison       331-7783

Counseling Office         331-7695

Library                         331-7698

Migrant Education        331-7704

Psychologist                331-7705

Registrar (trancripts)     331-7700

Registration (enroll)      331-7650

Testing Center             331-7656

Teacher Messages      331-7730

Recorded Bulletin       331-7761


Lodi High is now on Twitter! Follow us for the latest news on events, sports, academics, etc. You can find us @LodiHigh 



Home Access

Passwords to view grades and attendance can be accessed through the Grades-Home Access Center link on the left side of this page (Lodi High Website). Stop by the North Administration office to pick up your copy of your student's password.

FREE Tutoring

The After-School Math Tutorial Center is open Monday - Thursday, (except CP days), from 2:20-3:50 p.m., in Room 1A. All are welcome to get help in any math subject.


And the TUTORING CLUB offers tutoring in all subjects!

Tuesday and Thursday,  at 2:10 p.m., in Room 2C.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday, both lunch periods, in Room 52.

Work Permits

All minors must have a work permit on file if they are working. In order to get a work permit you must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and a clear Attendance Record.  


After obtaining a  job, stop by the North Admin. Office, during either lunch or after school, and pick up a Work Permit application. After your employer has filled it out, return it to school for a Work Permit. For any questions, call Dyan Yanez @ 331-7676.



The 14-15 Flame Fanatic T-shirts are in! Cost is $5 and can be purchased in Athletics.   


Class Reunions

Lodi High Class of 1995 (Wild Tribe of '95) is having their 20 year reunion on Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 6-11 p.m. at the Woodbridge Golf & Country Club. Please join the Facebook page at Lodi High Class of 95 REUNION for more information or check out for event info, tickets ($55), gallery of photos, donation info and news. Hope to see you all there!


Lodi High Class of 1967 is having a reunion on Sat., May 16, 2015.  Please join the Facebook page (Lodi High Class of 1967).  Or for complete information, please contact Arden Goehring @



Please keep your grade level secretary updated with any changes, deletions or additions to addresses, home phone, cell or work numbers.

Every 15 Minutes Event

The Every 15 Minutes Program offers real-life experience without the real-life risks. This emotionally charged program, entitled Every 15 Minutes, is an event designed to dramatically instill teenagers with the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol and texting while driving. This powerful program will challenge students to think about drinking, texting while driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions when lives are involved.

Student participants gave a vivid description to the hushed audience and is a chilling reminder of what can happen.Students were very moved and applauded the student acted event. This event is showcased prior to the Prom and other end of school events and activities. 

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free Concert

The LUSD High School Concert, featuring all four high schools will be performing  on Tuesday, March 3rd at McNair High School's Theater at 7 p.m. at no charge. Our very own Lodi Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will be performing music from “West Side Story” and “Ride” (fast energetic piece with various time changes and unique harmonies). Hope to see you there!

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Useful, Informative Videos for Parents and Students

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Life & Times of Lodi High School


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This is a Block “L” for Academics update from the Lodi High Counselors and the Career Center. WE ARE ANNOUNCING THAT 30 STUDENTS FROM THE CLASS OF 2015 EARNED THEIR GOLD PIN FOR ACADEMICS of a 3.8 GPA OR ABOVE FOR 7 SEMESTERS. The list of names are located in the Career Center, the Counseling Office and on our link on the Lodi High web page. Also, check out the display case in the main hallway. If you get an opportunity, congratulate the students on their great academic success. The award ceremony is March 10th @ 7am in the Cafeteria Annex. Congratulations to all 30 students!  Here is link to the LIST

GRADUATION: Friday, May 29 @ 7 p.m., Spanos Center, UOP

Cap & gown orders can be placed online at using the password lhs209.

Seniors – The application for Summer term at Delta College is now open. Apply for summer and your application will also be valid for Fall term. Students who applied for Spring term must now log in and update their application for Summer term.     Click here:  How to apply to Delta 

Delta College will accept scores from the EAP to use in place of taking their Compass assessment test. Students must score “ready” in all sections and will receive Delta placement scores of: 3 in Reading and Writing and 5 in Math. To take advantage of this policy: fax EAP scores to: 954-3833 and include Delta Student ID number.

Monday, February 2, the application for summer/fall terms at Los Rios Community Colleges opened. Go to: . Los Rios District includes: Cosumnes River College, Sacramento City College, Folsom Lake College, American River College. There is no cost to apply to any California Community College. Fees are the same at each campus. Research degree, certificate and transfer programs at all California Community Colleges at: .

If you plan to enroll in a Los Rios District Community College, please view their website that includes information on Saturday assessment testing options. Remember, per the Steps for Success guideline, only those prospective students who complete ALL FOUR steps by April 1 will qualify for Priority 1 registration.  That includes making an appointment for and completing the course planning session with a counselor.  Only after that appointment will the Counseling Office set up the Priority 1 status.

Tuesday, March 3 from 3-6 p.m., the Delta assessment test will be given at Lodi High. Students must apply and retrieve their Delta ID number before signing up to take this test. Instructions are available in the couch area of the Library. Click here for information on How to Apply to Delta


SENIORS - Reminder - only those seniors who complete a Senior Data Sheet will be considered for some specific scholarships and awards. Please turn yours in to Mrs. Jauregui as soon as possible! Data sheet form is available on Lodi High’s website, in the Library, or the Career Center.

SENIORS - Grad Night tickets are on sale for $35 in the Athletic Office, during lunchtime only.

SENIORS – Class of 2015.  Do you need a Letter of Recommendation from your Counselor?  If so,  you are required to meet with your counselor 3 weeks in advance of the deadline. Bring your completed Recommendation Packet to your appointment.


*University of California - check each campus for their events at

*California State University is offering an online course and additional resources to help students prepare to enter the CSU system.

Veterans Fee Waiver Program: Children of disabled veterans may be eligible for the College Fee Waiver Program. Waiver only applies to California State Universities, University of CA campuses, and CA community colleges. Details may be found at:  or call 209-468-2916.

For Engineering scholarships, please contact Liz Wells or by phone at 704-367-8662.

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senior parents

We have already started planning for the Annual All Night Sober Graduation Party. Senior parents, we are still in need of volunteers and planning assistance, the next few meetings are on Monday, Jan. 12th & 26th in the LHS Library at 6 p.m. Please email Leslie Snyder at - Here is the Volunteer ticket form  sales/donation letter.  

Our theme this year is, “Oh…the Places You’ll Go!” Students who attend Grad Night have unlimited access to food, games, and entertainment. They also have the chance to earn terrific prizes and CASH!!! Anyone who purchases their Grad Night ticket by Friday, March 13th, will be entered into a drawing to win $100 cash! Tickets can be purchased in the Athletic Office during lunchtime. Please plan on attending the following fundraisers to help fund this fun event!  Rocky Mountain Caramel Apple Fundraiser– Take Orders (3/9-4/6), Apples arrive (4/15);  Rick’s Pizza—April 2; Bunco Night-April 17; Chipotle’s-May 6 (5-8 p.m.).


College & Career Center

College Spirit Day is every Wednesday. Students and staff are encouraged to participate by wearing a shirt from any college, vocational school or branch of the military. For additional information on events posted below, please stop by the Career Center.   

SAT/ACT? Trying to decide between taking the SAT or ACT? Take Kaplan’s practice test to help you decide. The Lodi Public Library will host a FREE practice ACT/SAT Combo Test on Saturday, March 7, 1-5 p.m. Students must register by March 5. Space is limited! Link to the flyer - Practice Test

So, you want to be a doctor? UC Davis will host a free youth conference for future doctors on April 4. Only the first 120 applicants will be accepted. For details on how to apply, pick up a flyer in the couch area of the Library.

The College Board just announced that they’re redesigning the SAT for 2016, and we’re partnering with them to make free, world-class prep materials. Know anyone preparing for the SAT? Let them know: If you are taking the SAT in 2014/15, you can start practicing today with hundreds of previously unreleased Math, Reading, and Writing questions from real SATs and more than 200 videos that show step-by-step solutions to each question: By spring 2015, students will have access to state-of-the-art, interactive learning tools that offer deep practice and help to diagnose students’ learning gaps. All of this will be created through a close collaboration with the College Board specifically for the redesigned SAT. Stay tuned.



If you are interested in joining the Lodi High School Parent Club (LHSPC), please contact us at 209-331-7761 or email at

Lodi High School is always looking for parent volunteers who are willing to assist with volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in supporting Lodi High School by volunteering your time, please contact the Counseling Office at (209) 331-7695. Thank you for your support of Lodi High School!

Support Lodi High School and buy an LHS bracelet. Three different options to choose from. They are $3 each or two for $5. See Ms. Yanez, in the North Administration Office, to purchase one. LHS Parent Club is also selling bricks. These make great memento gifts for current students or alumni. Order forms can be printed below or picked up in either office at Lodi High School. If you are interested in purchasing a brick or volunteering, please call 331-7761 or email at for more information.

We're On......

We're On......

Best High School Award!

Best High School Award!



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Fundraiser Rick's Pizza

Lodi High Skills USA Club fundraiser Wednesday, March 4 at Rick’s Pizza.  Must have a flyer for 25% of proceeds to go to the Lodi High Skills USA Club.  Flyers are available in Room 83 and 85. 

Lodi Idol

Do you have the Voice? Come audition for our band’s annual Lodi Idol.  Auditions are March 12, at 3 p.m., in Room 80. Show up with your $10 registration and you are almost guaranteed to be in the show! There are cash prizes so don’t miss out!



Cheer & Drill Tryouts

2015-16 Cheer and Drill - Mandatory meetings will be held on Thursday, March 12 or Wednesday, April 8. The meeting(s) will be held at 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria Annex. A student and parent must attend ONE of the meetings to qualify to tryout for the 2015-16 Cheer or Drill teams.



Bunco Fundraiser

Raise money for Sober Grad Night 2015! This event will be held on Friday, April 17 @ 3855 W. Turner Rd.  5:00 p.m. Appetizers & Raffle, 6:30 p.m. Bunco.There will be a 50/50 Raffle and Dessert Auction. Only $25 to play.Contact Dionne Brooks at (209) 608-6970 for tickets and information.

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Bell Schedule

Bell Schedule

Common Planning Day

Common Planning Day
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