My daughter has attended Tokay for 4 years and is about to graduate. I will say that it was the best decision to send her here rather than to the other high school in town. Tokay has great teachers and it's diverse and open to many different types of kids. The other high school in town seems to be more focused on appearances than anything else. At Tokay there is a mix of all races and economic backgrounds and they seem to blend well. I have heard from many (of all ages) that other schools don't do that so well.
Tokay High is the best..its not perfect but what school. from experience so far ... its the best experience academic and social experience i have. Everyone is so kind. Also the staff tries hard to keep all of us unite as a school- student body.., I love tokay i am so glad i am going here
I love it at Tokay, it's got it's issues but it is a great school. It's one of the most diverse schools in the area. People of all types attend and thrive at Tokay. Most teachers are good, and there are a lot of good people here.
Administrative Staff, Teachers and parents are wonderful in welcoming new transfer students to matriculate into the higher standard of academics and citizenship of respect for each other (the Tokay High Community) that we experienced. Communication to parents of upcoming events and resources available to students is a priority to the school administrators. I thank all the Staff and administrators who are so dedicated in their philosophy of empowering our children and their future of the limitless opportunities that await them. You just have to seek it out, it's all there. My child thrived at Tokay, and she is ready to take on the next chapter of her young life. College! She applied to 6, was accepted to all and had her pick. My second child will also follow to attend Tokay HS.
It does have a very wide range of people and the students are supprisinly nice, but is a bit hard for new students to socailize and a little overwhelming because of the size of the school and student body.
I am a 1985 Tokay graduate as well as the parent of a student who attended Tokay High School all four years and graduated in 2007. I believe that the Lodi Unified School District is one of the best school districts in the state and believe that Tokay High School offers the most 'real world' education within the District with its broad range in minority ratios. The school administration is excellent and the teachers are great. The attendance office staff could be a little less condescending when dealing with students and parents and would receive more respect if they in turn respected others. Top marks go to Tokay High School.