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FFA Week

The National FFA Organization was founded in 1928. Lodi FFA was established in 1928 as the first Chapter in the State of California, thus being named Lodi No. 1.  In 1933, members across the country celebrated the first national FFA Day.  In 1948, this would be changed to FFA Week and celebrated during George Washington’s birthday to recognize his pioneering contributions to American agriculture.

National FFA Week runs from Feb. 20-24The most spirited 3rd period class with the most student participation will win cookies for their class! Dress-up days and activities are as follows:

Wednesday – Wicked Sports Wednesday | Hay bucking Contest

Thursday – Flannel Enthusiasts Thursday | Musical Chairs 

Friday – FFA Friday (Blue and Gold) | Kiss the Goat

2017-18 Course Information for Registration

Registration will begin next week. The following information has been made available by course teachers to help you make informed choices. Click on the course name for more information and flyers.


Computer Science.  Current Sophomores and Juniors

College Reading and Writing Prep, ERWC.  Current Juniors.

Photography.  All students

AP Psychology.  Current Sophomores and Juniors

AP Human Geography.  Current Freshmen

AVID.  All students

AP US History (APUSH).  Current Sophomores

TRL.  Current Sophomores and Juniors


Naviance Family Connection is a comprehensive website (click on the quick links entry on the left) that parents and students can also use to make plans for colleges and careers. Family Connection is linked with Naviance, a service that we use in our office to track and analyze data about college and career plans, so it provides up-to-date information that’s specific to our school. Family Connection allows students to:

  • Get involved in the planning and advising process – Build a resume, complete online surveys, and manage timelines and deadlines for making decisions about colleges and careers
  • Research colleges – Compare GPA, standardized test scores, and other statistics to actual historical data from our school for students who have applied and been admitted in the past
  • Research careers – Research hundreds of careers and career clusters, and take career assessments
  • Create plans for the future – Create goals and to-dos, and complete tasks assigned by the school to better prepare your student for future college and career goals


senior stuff

College Bound Seniors – Stressing over admission essays? Come by the Library! Mrs. Campbell is available to help every day, during lunch and afterschool. 

SeniorsThe Cal Grant FAFSA deadline is March 2. Time is running out! Submit your FAFSA online at  Filing a FAFSA is the only way to find out if you qualify for FREE state or federal money!

Selective Service – The law says that all 18-year-old men must register with the Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. They also accept early submission of registration information by 17-year-old men at age 17 years and 3 months. They will be automatically registered when they turn 18.  Register on-line at or pick up a Selective Service registration card at any post office. You risk your eligibility for future college student loans and grants, job training, state and federal jobs, and U.S. citizenship for immigrants if you do not register with the Selective Service.

SeniorsDelta College will hold an application workshop on Tuesday, March 7, during 2nd period. Sign up in the Career Center if you need help with your Delta application or have questions.

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 military. 

To assist with our students’ college search, we have binders with information on all California State Universities and University of California campuses. Stop by the Career Center to check them out. Admission Counselors from the following colleges will visit Lodi High to speak with students about their majors, student life, admissions process, financial aid, etc. Attending these sessions is an excellent way to virtually visit many colleges! Students will have the chance to ask questions. Sign up in the couch area of the Library, during lunch or after school. Be sure to bring your signed prearranged absence slip with you. 

Need money to pay for career training? Scholarships of $10,000 each are available to seniors who will enter a career technical program after high school. Applications must be submitted soon! Four Lodi High seniors won last year. See Mrs. Jauregui in the Career Center for details.    

Wed., March 1 - is the deadline to apply for Decision Medicine, a FREE 2-week program designed to introduce high-achieving students to the field of medicine. The 24 lucky students who are chosen to participate will receive individual mentoring from local physicians. Program includes visits to local hospitals and UC Davis Medical Center for behind-the scene experiences. Current sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply at

Fri., March 3 - is the deadline to register for the April 8 ACT Test.

Fee waivers are available to seniors enrolled in AVID or the lunch program.  Stop by the Career Center to apply for a fee waiver or pick up registration materials.

Mon., March 6 -An Outreach Counselor from Sacramento State University will visit Lodi High, during 6th period. Seniors who applied should attend to learn the steps for “what’s next”. Juniors may attend to get general information about Sacramento State. Sign up in the sofa area of the Library.

Tues., March 7 - SeniorsDelta College will hold an application workshop during 2nd period. Sign up in the Career Center if you need help with your Delta application or have questions.

Fri., April 7 -  is the deadline to register for the May 6 SAT Test.

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Sophomores and Juniors - TRL is looking for enthusiastic leaders for the 2017-2018 school year to lead Freshman Orientation and join the TRL elective class. Those interested can pick up an application in the North Administration Office, Room 4C, or Room 122. Applications are now due Wednesday, March 1


Are you ready for Casino Night? Lodi Youth Commission will be hosting Casino Night on Friday, February 24, at 7 p.m., at Hutchins Street Square. Tickets are only $10! Get your ticket today and come join the fun for a chance to win some exciting prizes like a new stand-up paddleboard! See your Youth Commission Representative to purchase tickets. For more information, call Jennifer at 209-333-6891.


Lifeguard Training

Life Guard Training class will be held March 20 - 23 and the 23 and 24 if needed, from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. each day.  The cost is $295. You must be a minimum of 15 years old at class completion. The class will be held at Lodi High. Contact Coach James at 329-0172 or email  See Ms. Delph, in Room 2A, if you have questions.

ASTEP - Free Tutoring

The Lodi High School After-School Tutoring and Enrichment Program (ASTEP) is a FREE after school program that offers homework support, enrichment activities, special student interest clubs, career explorations, community service and recreation to the students of Lodi High School. ASTEP is available Monday – Thursday, between 2:30-4:30 p.m. A schedule of programs can be found on the Lodi High School website. Applications can be found in the North Administration Office, Counseling Office, or the Athletic Office. A FREE healthy snack will also be available to participants of the ASTEP program. 

Parent Survey

We believe that we do many things very well at Lodi High, but we recognize that there is always room for improvement, especially within those problem areas that every large organization encounters. We need your help to assess our situation year-to-year, as we strive to make this the best possible school for your children. Please click on attached electronic survey. Survey.html