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647 West Lathrop Road
Lathrop, CA 95330

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(209) 938-6350
(209) 234-2904
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February 21, 2013
I've had a few disagreements with a few teachers way of doing things in MUSD. From embarrassing students in front of peers, overlooking teasing of peers, to complete negligence resulting in injury. Not just at Lathrop high but a couple of the elementary schools as well. There are some wonderful teachers as well in MUSD so i cannot knock them all. As far as the athletics at Lathrop High I do agree with the November 4, 2012 poster. In every sport it seems the excuse for ALL the losses are "It's a new school". I'm not buying it. Kimball is also a new school but their record has tremendously improved. I have heard the "new school" excuse from referees, other school administrators, as well as parents from around the MUSD area. I really wish they would become the powerhouse that we would all love them to be! There is a ton of parental support that I have seen and been involved with at this school. Unfortunately my children have asked several times to be trnsferred to other "winning" schools so their talent can be heightened. It's embarrassing to attend a game where you see the opposing team giving the Spartans freebies to boost their spirits. I hope there is improvement.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2012
Your comments regarding the Varsity Football Coach is disrespectful and out of line. This is the lack of support that hurts our athletics, school and community. Try something different, like get involved and help make things better instead of being that negative person that thinks only your way is the best way. This Varsity football coach has been coaching for 30 years with many awards for his coaching ability. Why dont you sit down with the coach , you might learn something, like how to be respectful and honest. He teaches these youngsters how to be leaders, how to treat people with dignity and respect. We will be a power house! the MUSD and admin needs to fight for boundries so our talent stays in Lathrop. BE A LEADER! Help build a stronger School and Community by getting involved.

- submitted by a parent
November 04, 2012
I Feel like it's about time the Atheletic Director and MUSD Finally realize that it's time to FIND A NEW FOOTBALL Coach for the VARSITY. I could understand how it was a New School in 2009 but now it's the 2012-2013 School year and whats the excuse now for 0-10 record. I think the kids deserve to see what it's like to be PROUD of their Team and School and walk with PRIDE rather than with SHAME and be blamed for it. Just read the Manteca Bulletin and it was a Great refelection on how the Coach takes no responsibility for all the LOSES not only this year but since 2009. I hope MUSD will realize it's time for a NEW BEGINNING For these students and school to really know what it feels like to treated with respect rather than SHAME due to the HEAD VARSITY COACH. The kids are only following his instructions and plays ... My question is....how many more years will it take for MUSD to see the real TRUTH. GO SPARTANS!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 20, 2012
lathrop high school is a very bad school to be honest . iv'e been there for about a year and found out that the students act all rich and not friendly , also there are lot of gangsters and fights which is bad. very haters students. would rate it below one star. glad i moved from that school

- submitted by a community member
September 06, 2012
I really like the campus. It is a beautiful school for students and teachers. Please help keep it clean. Need more AP and AVID classes for the kids.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2012
This site has removed my comments and I agreed with their action that I should not have been that specific. I have legitimate reasons to tell you that this a horrible school. I am very disappointed at MUSD. You should enroll your children somewhere else. I have a child born and raised in Lathrop. She is a Valedictorian of Class of 2012 and she got into an Ivy League university. I am telling you this. Joseph Widmer is excellent though. Her experience at Lathrop High was terrifying. The school has tried their best not to support but to shatter her Ivy League dream. They were so disappointed with the admission results and had ruined her graduation.

- submitted by a parent
October 22, 2009
Excellent leadership and teachers at this school!! The teachers are dedicated and care about their students. I think the success of this school is largely based on the principals dedication to attending and participating in all the school activities. I wish more schools in MUSD had the dedication these teachers and this principal puts in!

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating October 09, 2009
Innovative modified block system, all new school, beautiful grounds (no graffitti) great educators that are caring about the students. School keeps students busy with clubs, sports and other activities.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 02, 2009
The last two years was great at this school... as a junior in highschool, i believe that this school overall is a great school for everyone... despite the budget cuts, we are still going to have great teachers and great years to come...

- submitted by a student
June 27, 2009
This school has a beautiful campus. Despite the budget cuts and setbacks the school has done really well putting the students first. Teachers are really pushing the students to do well and the coaches are extremely helpful in and out of the classroom. Parents lets support this High School and Community.

- submitted by a parent
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Lathrop High School
647 West Lathrop Road, Lathrop, CA  95330
(209) 938-6350
Last modified Lathrop High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lathrop High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 11 reviews. Top