Home Page Logo
Welcome to Lakewood High School Facts about Lakewood High Alma Mater Prospective Students Attendance Saturday School Bulletin Principal's Message School Accountability Report Card Staff Directory Summer Mailer WASC Interventions
Academics Library AVID Career Tech Education English Department English Language Development Foreign Language Department Math Department NJROTC P.E. Science Department Social Science Department Special Education Department Visual and Performing Arts Male Academy Female Leadership Academy Academic Decathlon Professional Development
About Pathways Applied Technology Magnet Digital Media, Arts, and Communications Health Occupations & Sports Medicine Merit Scholars Odyssey Academy Knights Pathways News Welcome to Lakewood!!! HELP - learning
Career Center Counseling Center AP - Advanced Placement Career Modules - Students Graduation Requirements Guide to Community Resources
Athletics Summer Sports Programs Athletic Clearance Athletic Orientation Coaches Badminton - Girls and Boys Baseball Cross Country - Girls and Boys Football Golf - Girls and Boys Gymnastics Softball Tennis - Girls and Boys Track and Field - Girls and Boys Volleyball - Girls Volleyball - Boys Wrestling - Girls and Boys Basketball - Boys Basketball - Girls Soccer - Boys Soccer - Girls Swim - Boys Swim - Girls Water Polo - Boys Water Polo - Girls Title IX Data
About ASB Calendar Clubs Activities Clubs Cheer Lancerettes Color Guard Link Crew Marching Band Senior Class Information Yearbook Inventory List Alumni Grad Nite
Bell Schedules Block Schedules Medical Policies Policies and Procedures Nutrition Services Service Learning Study Skills Summer Assignments Celebrations LHS Code of Conduct
Parent Point Program Booster Clubs Parent Volunteers PTSA Parent Information Complaint Procedures Guidelines School Site Council Homeless Program LBUSD Uniform Complaint Procedures Working Together for Success

School Loop Login


Homepage Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]

Principals Message – 2017 Fall Semester

Welcome back to school! We eagerly to look forward to educating our students as we begin the 2017-18 Academic Year. We are opening this year with about 3300 students, and nearly 300 staff members to ensure that our students have the best experience both with academics and extra-curricular activities. Our school continues to strive academically and we are very proud of our 11th grade students who posted quality academic scores with some of the higher scores of all the large comprehensive high schools within the Long Beach Unified School District. Our English Language Arts SBAC scores were at 64% of the class who met and exceeded the standard. This is the highest of the large comprehensive high schools. Our Math SBAC scores took a dip to 29%, but we are on the top end of scores among the large comprehensive high schools within the district. This is impressive considering that the class had over 800 students. Even more remarkable is that almost all subgroups that are part of the measured criteria improved. Our Advanced Placement enrollment and overall pass rate continues to increase with students taking over 1,000 exams last spring. About a third of our students now take AP courses. Lastly, we had over 1100 students that made the honor roll at the end of the 2017 Spring Semester. Needless to say, our overall emphasis and achievement on academics is a definite highlight to begin this academic year’s campaign.


With a large variety of academic courses, including 23 AP courses, and five Pathways for students to explore career options, there is something for everyone. Our emphasis is on college and careers and we encourage every student to look at their academic opportunity as an investment in their future, and to step out of their comfort zone and take the rigors of the most challenging courses to be “in the hunt” within a very competitive global society. All students are part of one of our five Pathway programs that link classroom instruction to industry standards and “hands-on experiences” to connect students to potential careers. In an effort to give Lakewood students the competitive edge in admissions and placement, we have added an Arduino computer coding lab and a mechanical and robotic engineering lab to complement our state of the art Hospital Simulation Lab, Black Box Theater, Small Animal Care Workshop, and mobile digital media studio to mention a few.


At Lakewood High School just about half the student-body is involved in extra-curricular activity. We encourage student involvement and foster these experiences to provide students with life long memories. Please join your child and become involved at our school. There are many opportunities for involvement with our PTSA and the myriad of booster groups on campus.


Ultimately, we anticipate students to graduate from Lakewood with the highest level of academic skills, employability skills, character building experiences, great memories, life-long friendships, a strong growth mindset, and a level of confidence that affords them an attitude of, “I can achieve at anything”.


Let’s make this year a special one of fun, growth, and accomplishment! Obviously, we want to continue as being the best of the large comprehensive high schools in the LBUSD, this will take each and every student to make the necessary commitment, dedication, and sacrifices to excel at their individual optimal levels that will ultimately lead to success.


We look forward to seeing you at the many school activities and events, and on behalf of the Lakewood High School Staff, thank you in advance for your support of our school and your child.


And remember, to “keep it good in the Wood”.

Mario A. Jimenez, Co-Principal Shawn Abbate, Co-Principal

Cal State Long Beach Ethnic Studies Course - Enrollment Open Now!

Class held at Lakewood High School, Saturday's from 9 - 12 p.m. Students earn 10 elective credits and 3 college credits!

This course is a survey of four major ethnic groups (Native ...more

Blood 2017.jpg

Schedule Changes - CLOSED

The deadline for schedule changes has passed.  Have a successful academic year!

Lakewood 17-18 Block Schedule


Main Entrance Changes - How to Enter the School Campus Before/During/After the School Day

Student's must have a current Lakewood Photo ID to enter and exit campus.

Make-up IDs are September 12 and 13 in the auditorium.

Student's will show their paper schedule (temporarily) to be dismissed ...more


A Fund-Raiser to Help Students Pay for Homecoming T-shirts, Homecoming tickets, Yearbooks, and other ASB products.

To sell cards, pick them up anytime from the Activities Office (Room 643) OR see ...more

2017 Summer Mailer

17-18 Bell Schedules


Seniors, if you need access to your transcript online please follow the directions for Parchment. You can also send your transcript to schools who will accept transcripts electronically. Access to your completed transcript with all four years semesters will begin June 23rd.

Parent Vue Website, A Look at Your Child’s Performance

Parent Vue allows you to be able to view your child’s course history and grades, attendance, fees or fines, discipline, classes, graduation status, IEP’s, state and district assessments, SAT and ACT Exam results, report cards, and even update emergency card information.

If you are experiencing problems with the new Parent Vue System, your first contact for assistance is the following website: ParentSupport@lbschools.net

If contacting Lakewood directly for assistance, be prepared to provide the student name, DOB, SLC, your contact information, and a brief description of the problem. You will receive a return call after investigation of the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.


Parent Vue Instructions

Student Vue Instructions

Attention Class of 2018

Long Beach Unified School District is offering the class of 2018 another opportunity to take the SAT with Essay for FREE. The SAT will be given on Wednesday, October 11th at your school. If you are interested in taking the exam on this date, please register at the following link:


https://goo.gl/fSATorm s/GVt4tznf4wViG6iq1


Be sure to type the link in exactly as it is listed, otherwise it will not work.

Achievement Through Involvement

Welcome to our school web site. Our hope is that you find it user friendly and packed with information to help you stay current with the operations and happenings at Lakewood High School. If you are a parent of a Lakewood student CLICK HERE for instruction on how to register. (ESPANOL)

Khan Academy

We need the students to link their Khan Academy to their College Board.

If you need help, especially with the Khan Academy, they can contact the librarian or Ms. Gildon or the College Advisors.


Online Meal Application

Parents/guardians can now apply for free or reduced-price meals on-line at: https://longbeach.rocketscanapps.com. Paper applications are still available at the cafeteria upon request. 

Common Core Resources for Parents

Lakewood News


The Long Beach Press-Telegram is again launching its popular Scary Stories contest for Long Beach area youth. Winning entries – both stories and artwork – will be published in the Press-Telegram on Halloween, Oct. 31. The rules are the same as last year, with three age categories for stories and drawings:

  • Elementary grades (K-5)
  • Middle grades (6-8)
  • High school grades (9-12)

Here are the rules:

  • The deadline is Monday, Oct. 23.
  • All entries must be emailed, with the entrant’s name and grade, and the subject line “Scary Stories,” to: ptnews@presstelegram.com. Stories can be submitted in the body of the email, or as a Word attachment.  Drawings should be submitted in JPEG format, no larger than 5MG in size.
  • Stories must be no longer than 650 words.
  • Artwork must be original (no tracings).
  • Entries will be judged based on imagination, creativity and theme.
  • The winning entries will be published in the Press-Telegram on Oct. 31, and posted online at www.presstelegram.com/.

If you have any questions, e-mail Press-Telegram City Editor Melissa Evans at mevans@scng.com or call 562-499-1280.


View attached flier for details.


Parent Corner

Hard work vs. talent Ever hear your teen say, "He's so smart, math is easy for him," or "She's lucky she's good at lacrosse"? Help your high schooler see that talent is only one piece of the puzzle-it's hard work that makes people soar. Encourage them to put in the time and effort to reach their own goals. 

Click here to read more

Public Documents

Lancer Gear

School District News

Career Center News

View All News

Online Math Support for Grades 9-12 Click Here.