Welcome to Lodi High School
I am excited to be beginning my tenth year at Lodi High School. I continue to be impressed with all the accomplishments of our students and staff here in Lodi. I am in awe of the commitment of our staff to creating a positive school environment where all students are welcome. Our students and staff demonstrate time and again that Lodi High School is a great place to be!
The high school years are crucial to the development of your teen. The knowledge and skills they acquire during this time will greatly impact their lives. Academically, athletically, artistically, and socially, Lodi High School provides your child virtually limitless opportunities to grow, have fun and achieve as they follow their pathway to a successful future. Parents play a valuable role in this development and are invited to join me at the Principal Advisory Council meetings as I am looking for your input and ideas about how to improve your student's high school experience. We meet in the High School LMC at 6pm on the following dates:
September 30 (District Wide presentation on Mental Health)
February 24 (District Wide presentation on vaping)
March 16 (Combined Middle School/High School)
The great thing about Lodi High School is students can take advantage of a variety of academic support programs, including flexible schedules, extended learning classes and more. Lodi’s ACT scores are consistently above the state average and the high school has received an “Exceeds Expectations” on the State Report Card since its implementation. Lodi High School offers numerous Advanced Placement classes and has been recognized statewide and nationally for increasing student access to rigorous coursework and excellent AP exam results.
Lodi High School staff encourages our students to play as hard as they work. We offer a host of teams, clubs, and other activities that broaden interests and brighten horizons, including successful boys and girls athletics, multiple instrumental bands, choirs, a yearly musical and play, Mock Trial, Forensics, FFA, and an international studies program to name a few. We have active sister school exchanges with Thailand, Germany and Costa Rica. In addition, Lodi High School is the only school in the state of Wisconsin that has a class taught through distance education by a teacher in a different country, as a teacher in Thailand teachers our Cultural Geography of Southeast Asia class.
Regardless of interest, students who attend Lodi High School not only understand that they are members of a global community, but have the skills necessary to be successful wherever their dreams may lie.
As our vision states, our focus is on “Creating Opportunities for Success.. Every Student.. Every Classroom.. Every Day!”