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NEW Health & Wellness Tool for Families

Lynbrook High School Guidance has partnered with Student Health 101 to provide current insight and resources to maintain socio-emotional and physical health. The Student  Health 101 site is updated monthly. Visit http://lhs.getsh101.com/ today or download the app on your smart phone. A one-time set-up is required to receive notification for the LHS Student Health 101.



Student and Parent Resources

All students have an individual, web-based account to explore and save college and career planning information. Once a student logs in, he/she can take a career assessment, research careers, explore colleges and build a college list, and create a resume. Guidance Counselors will be utilizing Family Connection in the classroom guidance for guided lessons. Each month, the guidance department will send an email to all students registered on Family Connection with event reminders, college information, and tips for high school and college success.  See your guidance counselor if you have forgotten your log in information.

Visit your guidance counselor or set up an appointment to discuss any questions or concerns you might have about high school, graduation, career planning, college admissions, or to get help with any personal difficulties you may be having.

Last name A-H:  Nikki Dang
Last name I - Pg:  Shana Howden
Last name Ph-Z: Malissa Goldstein

A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist is available to provide crisis and short term counseling, assessment, parent consultation and education, and referral to additional professional services. Click here to email Dawn Bridges.

Utilize your learning style to develop study strategies that are personal to who you are. Take one of the learning style inventories below to understand how you learn best and get a list of study strategies. In addition, students are encouraged to meet with their teachers during the tutorial period to receive help in specific content areas.

At the 6 week and 12 week period during each semester, students are given a printed record of their progress report to take home. Progress report grades are meant to be indicators of performance at that given point and should be used as a way of gauging current effort or understanding of material and are not part of the permanent record. Progress report grades are often the first indication that a student may need extra support. View school calendar

Peer tutors are available in each subject. Students must commit to a minimum of 1 hr of tutoring per week. Request for tutor forms are available online. Click here for more information


  • Utilize the tutorial period to get extra help with subjects you might be struggling. All teachers are in their classrooms to assist students during the Tuesday and Friday tutorial period (9:10-9:45am).
  • Live homework help is available through the San Jose Public Library system for all students who have a library card. Visit www.sjpl.org/tutor for more information.
  • In addition, visit the LHS Homework Center. The Homework Center is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 to 5:00 pm and is located in the Lynbrook Library. LHS teachers are available to assist students in math, science, and English