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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

Lynwood High School will prepare students to be:


Health Conscious students who:

  • Understand preventative physical and mental health measures; including: proper diet, nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance, and stress reduction
  • Use available information to make appropriate health-related decisions
  • Demonstrate skills in resolving conflicts through positive, non-violent choices as part of a healthy lifestyle

Effective Communicators who:

  • Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively using oral or written skills
  • Demonstrate ability to exchange ideas effectively and respectfully with diverse teams
  • Indicate writing ability through creation of reports, essays, letters, and informational documents in preparation for a career or college

Responsible Leaders who:

  • Inspire others to reach their very best through examples and selflessness
  • Think analytically to focus on main goals and influence others
  • Display awareness of global views, belief systems and cultures


Outstanding Citizens who:

  • Participate in civic life by staying informed and understanding governmental processes
  • Contribute time, energy and talents to improve the quality of our school, Lynwood community, nation and world
  • Exhibit self-discipline, integrity and socially responsible behavior
  • Apply complex problem-solving processes and critical thinking not just to real-life scenarios but also to all content areas such as Math and Science

Enthusiastic Users of technology who:

  • Utilize technology as a tool to research, evaluate and communicate information in a learning environment
  • Expand the use of technology to utilize different learning modalities in all content areas
  • Demonstrate competence in using computers and other technological devices in creating reports and projects in preparation for a career or college    

Self-directed Lifelong learners who:

  • Adapt to varied roles, job responsibilities, schedules and contexts
  • Gather, analyze, synthesize and evaluate data in all content areas
  • Utilize time and manage workload efficiently; avoid procrastination
  • Meet or exceed the Lynwood Unified District’s standards in English, Math, Science, Social Studies and other content areas.