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The Deadline completing the CORE Survey is February 28, 2017. The access code is the student’s  id number.

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.


Common Core Resources for Parents

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)

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

     By now you should have received your Parent Vue activation code. With Parent Vue you will 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.

Lakewood News


Dear Parents/Guardians,

Last night, the Board of Education approved a resolution to communicate to all families and students that the Board supports them and will do everything in its power to protect them regardless of nationality, immigration status, religion or other factors.  A copy of the resolution and a letter from the Board is attached.

Christopher Steinhauser
Superintendent of Schools


Juniors and Seniors:  Spend the summer working with leading biomedical scientists and get paid $2,200.


You will participate in research areas such as:


Interventional Preventive Cardiology


Clinical and Outcomes Research

Metabolic Disorders

Psychiatric Disorders

COPD/Pulmonary Rehabilitation


Regenerative Medicine/Stem Cells

Genetics/Genomics/Personalized Medicine


Reproductive Health

Infectious Diseases

Neurological Disorders

Vascular Disease and Hypertension


Find out more about this incredible opportunity by checking out the link and the flyer below.


Named for the first African American to walk in space, the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarships are available to for two male and two female seniors.  $5,000 each will be awarded on behalf of the former NASA astronaut, physician, and businessman, Dr. Bernard Harris.  Deadline for submissions is April 10, 2017


To be eligible for the scholarship, seniors must have a minimum 3.0 unweighted grade point average, be African American or Hispanic, and have been accepted as a full-time student at a four-year institution of higher education.


For more information and to apply, go to the link below.


Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 is the deadline to complete FAFSA or the Dream Act application! You MUST submit a financial aid application if you want to receive any money from the federal or state government for your college education.  Most of the money from your college and even outside scholarships are also tied to the FAFSA or Dream Act Application. The College and Career Center is holding workshops to help you on Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunch.  You can also attend the Greenlight-to-College Online Marathon on Saturday, February 25th anytime from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm to win a $1,000 scholarship and gift cards every hour or our last big Cash for College event on Tuesday, February 28th anytime from 12:00 pm and 6:00 pm.

*Bring your SSN or DACA number*

*Bring your parents 2015 tax returns*

*Bring your questions! We have answers!*


The Youth Leadership Academy (YLA) is a free, three week, summer program, for youth ages 14 to 17, that promotes positive leadership and personal development skills that young people can use in their daily lives. Along with Juvenile Investigations, Detectives, guest speakers from community organizations, business leaders, and other government agencies, facilitate YLA. As part of the program, students also take field trips and do team building activities. Open the attached flyer for more information and to learn how to apply for this great opportunity.




Read below. Attached are more detailed instructions (with images) if you prefer to read those. If you have any questions, email Mrs. Cangro (the AP Testing Coordinator) at lcangro@lbschools.net or go by room 407 to speak with Sra. Frayre.


The City Prosecutor's Office of Long Beach is offering a paid internship that will provide exposure to careers in criminal justice such as Deputy City Prosecutor, Paralegal, Law Enforcement Officer, Lab Technician, and Dispatch Operator.  You must be between the ages of 16 and 24, have completed your junior year in high school by the summer, and have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA.  For more information and to apply, click on the link below.


Paul McClaughry - Matt Doyle Scholarships


The Kiwanis Club of Long Beach will be awarding six deserving seniors with scholarships. The Paul McClaughry–Matt Doyle Scholarships were established to support and build vocational goals and community service among Long Beach area youth and recognize the demonstrated evidence of outstanding service and leadership in their school, community and church.


Each of the six seniors chosen will receive a $1,000 scholarship.


WHO IS ELIGIBLE - To be considered for a scholarship, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be a graduating high school senior who has applied for admission to an accredited two- or four-year college, university, technical school or post-high school program.
  • Applicant must maintain a cumulative un-weighted GPA of at least 3.2 (on a 4.0 scale) throughout your high school career.
  • Applicant must attend school in the LBUSD or in an accredited high school in the City of Long Beach, CA. 
  • Applicant must have participated in community/volunteer activities.



  • Applications are available in the College and Career Center or by email request to KiwanisLB@aol.com, subject line SCHOLARSHIP.
  • Applications must be received by the Kiwanis Club of Long Beach by April 28, 2017. There will be no exceptions.



Are you interested in working for the Port of Long Beach this summer as a paid intern? If the answer is yes, you are cordially invited to attend a Q&A session on Thursday, February 2, 2017 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Port’s  Interim Administrative Offices.  Come out and hear more about this extraordinary opportunity.  You will get a chance to see the Port's offices, meet former high school Interns, Port mentors, and ask questions.  


Location:        Port of Long Beach Interim Administrative Offices

                       4801 Airport Plaza Drive

                       Long Beach, CA 90815


Time:               6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Due to the popularity of the program and the anticipated interest, if you plan on attending please RSVP to humanresources@polb.com by Monday, January 30th.  In the email, make sure to include your name, your preferred date, and the number of people who will be attending.  Parents, Guardians, and Educators are encouraged to attend. If you have additional questions, please call (562) 283-7500.


Juniors and Seniors:  The 48th Annual Eve & Gene Black Summer Medical Career Program sponsored by the Los Angeles Pediatric Society is a medical mentorship/internship program.

  • Applicants must be in 11th or 12th grade when filling out the application
  • Under the supervision of a medical facility coordinator, selected participants shadow various medical professionals (nurse, nutritionist, pharmacist, lab technician and/or physician)
  • Most involved medical facilities run their programs Monday – Friday, about 8 hours a day, no nights or weekends; exact hours are determined by each medical facility coordinator
  • If selected, participants are responsible for their own transportation
  • If a financial need exists, a participant may request a stipend

To learn more about this program view FAQs, application, and program documents at the link below or see your Ms. Gildon in the College and Career Center.  Applications must be mailed by February 22, 2017.


The Asian Pacific Fund administers 13 scholarship programs and each scholarship has unique eligibility requirements.  The scholarships range from $500 to $20,000 and many are renewable.  For more information and to apply for any of the APF scholarships, click on the link below.



Eligibility Requirements for the Cubberley PTA Scholarship

  1. Graduating senior of any LBUSD high school.
  2. Graduate of Cubberley School, attending a minimum of 3 years.
  3. Parent or guardian is a current member of any PTA or PTSA - must provide a copy of current PTA membership card. Parent or guardian must have applied for PTA membership by December 1st.
  4. Overall high school GPA of 2.5 or higher, no citizenship U's on most current high school report card - must provide a copy of most current high school report card.
  5. Essay required - In 500 words or less, describe your professional aspirations and career goals.  Include how your academic program and your overall educational plans will assist you in your goals.  Attach typed essay to the application.
  6. Applications must be postmarked by Friday, April 28, 2017. Late applicants will not be considered.

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