Students have independently chosen to change competitive events like Homecoming Float voting to a community support event where each class selects a local charity to support and the audience "votes" with monetary contributions. The students also cheer alongside the cheerleading squad, Shooting Stars, made up of special needs LHS students. Special needs students are included in campus life and have integrated as Homecoming Queen, Mr. Cowboy contestants, and more.
LHS administrators and staff consider students "stakeholders" in their school and seek student input. Students are treated respectfully and are expected to reciprocate. A culture of fairness and honesty prevails.
LHS offers students many choices to pursue their areas of interest; Green Engineering Academy, Video Production, Agriculture Program, Drama/Theater, Band, Show Choir, and Culinary Arts, Medical Assisting, Robotics, Engineering, Programming, Criminal Justice, Automotive Repair, and more.
The campus is inclusive with tolerance and acceptance. School spirit is contagious with spirit days, special assemblies, an all-school lip-sync annual video, snow day in Winter, Homecoming floats supporting local charities, class competitions, and many service-based clubs run by students.
Parent and Alumni groups are active and thriving working in tandem with the school Principal and VPs to collectively achieve overarching goals at LHS.
Rigorous courses are offered in levels of Honors and Advanced Placement. Free tutoring is available to every student. Staff members teach, coach, advise clubs, take students on international trips, and schedule field trips to see "real-world" careers in action.
The Athletics programs are developing, hence, the four star rating. With a plan and some focus the potential of our student athletes can be maximized.
Our graduates are accepted at colleges like Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, MIT, Air Force Academy, UCLA to name a few. Opportunities for success are present at LHS and staff members are ready to help students reach their highest bar.
I switched after a year and a half. After the school encouraged me to join a class that was ensured by contract to be confidential, a teacher not only told the whole class, but also my parents about it. When I met with principal Solorzano he explained to me that there was a lot of students there, and it's hard to keep track of everything. This was the last of many things this school did to make me uncomfortable. The next day I put in a request to switch to Vineyard High School and it was was a great decision.
Livermore hs got to be one of the best schools EVER. its SO spirited, and the new principal is bomb! hes really cool and so are all the new vice principals (: I think they ar etrying to make lhs students have good grades and stuff, but still have an awesome high school experience (: the kids are nice, and most of the teachers are pretty awesome too (: its a big campus and lhs is big on spirit ,so they're big on sports too. there are lots of clubs you can join,andeveryones is really friendly (:
This school has the best librarian ever. She helps kids with reports, research and computer work. She is patient but doesn't put up with kids who aren't working on class assignments. She is respected by teachers, parents and students. Let's keep her at LHS.