The Lodi Rampage

  • Junior/Senior Prom (6/6)

  • Teen Arts (5/17)

  • Lodi District Concert (5/16)

  • Senior Trip (5/22)

  • National College Decision Day (5/1)

  • Spring Break (4/22-4/26)

LHS Volunteering Opportunities Made Easy

November 21, 2018

As the holiday season takes over Lodi High School, we reflect on the importance of being involved within our school community. Thanksgiving is all about reminding people the importance of giving back,...

Mystery (Past) Teacher!

Mystery (Past) Teacher!

June 18, 2015

Hobbies include sporting activities and fishing with his son Superpower-> To fly all over the world Alternative Career Choice-> Lawyer Pet Peeve-> Disrespect Favorite Song -> Sitting on the Dock of the Bay...

National College Decision Day!

National College Decision Day!

May 10, 2015

On May 1, National College Decision Day, Lodi High School concluded Career Week by letting students represent the college they're going to by wearing a T-Shirt from that school. At nine o’clock that...

Seniors Complete FAFSA!!

January 14, 2015

College Financial Aid and FAFSA Day When: January 22, 2015 @ 9am Where: Lodi High School On January 22, college financial aid counselors will be coming to Lodi High School in order to help students ...

The Best or Worst Gifts Given or Received

The Best or Worst Gifts Given or Received

December 22, 2014

With the holidays around the corner we decided to ask LHS Staff and Students to reminisce about the best or worst gifts they have given or received. Thank you to everyone who was in the video! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!...

Got Pancakes?

Got Pancakes?

December 11, 2014

Doesn't being served a full breakfast, a tricky tray with amazing prizes, and even a picture with Santa sound like paradise? Well, that’s exactly what the band and other participants experienced this...

Mystery Teacher!

Mystery Teacher!

Allie Vazquez, Author

November 25, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015

He originally went to college to become an English teacher because he loves to write. If he couldn't teach, he would be a sports agent. In high school, he was known as "reckless-abandon" or "ra...