Lodi High School (California)

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Lodi High School
Lodi, California
United States of America
Coordinates 38°08′01″N 121°17′28″W / 38.13362°N 121.29124°W / 38.13362; -121.29124Coordinates: 38°08′01″N 121°17′28″W / 38.13362°N 121.29124°W / 38.13362; -121.29124
Type Public
Motto "Knowledge is Power"
Established September 8, 1896
Principal Bob Lofsted
Vice Principal Angela LeStrange
Faculty 150
Grades 9-12
Number of students 3,000
School color(s) Red & White
Athletics football, basketball, soccer, water polo, swimming and diving, track and field, cheer, drill, cross country, tennis, golf, volleyball, wrestling, badminton, baseball, softball, band
Rival Tokay High School, Lincoln High School (Stockton)
Address 3 South Pacific Avenue Lodi, CA 95242

Lodi High School, serving grades 9-12, is one of four comprehensive high schools in Lodi Unified School District. The physical plant encompasses three gymnasiums, 59 permanent classrooms, one cafeteria, 30 portables, four computer labs, one theater complex, a college and career center, one administration center, one counseling center, and one metal, one wood and one automotive technology shop. While the present site was built in 1956, Lodi High School began classes on September 8, 1896, and celebrated its centennial birthday during the 1996-97 school year. At the present time, Lodi High School is on a modified traditional calendar.


The school first opened in September 8, 1896.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ (22 December 1977). Lodi Sports Hall of Fame, Lodi News Sentinel