Welcome to Lathrop High School,
Home of the Spartans!
Welcome to Lathrop High School, where Education Lives Forever! LHS officially opened its doors on August 11th for the 2008-2009 school year. Our goal is simple; to provide students with a high quality education by using the many resources allocated by the Manteca Unified School District. Students will have the opportunity to learn in our technology-rich classrooms and student involvement in athletics, clubs and arts is highly encouraged!
LHS Vision Statement
The vision of Lathrop High School is to be a united team preparing all students for life beyond high school; becoming a place of synergy and energy in all aspects of school culture and a community of excellent: making LHS a school that is recognized for high quality academics and strong programs.
LHS Mission Statement
The mission of Lathrop High School is to provide each student with a comprehensive education in a safe and supportive environment that promotes critical thinking, self discipline, and accountability. Lathrop High School strives to prepare its students with the skills and abilities to be successful and becoming contributing members of their communities.
The LHS Choir will be selling Butterbraids and cookie dough as a fundraiser this month. There are a variety of flavors available, and your order can be picked up at Lathrop High School on October 24 after school in the Choir Room. Cash only! Please see a Choir member for details!
Are You Connected?
"First Day of School" or high school "Orientation" forms for the 2018-2019 school year will be available in electronic format. Click below for more information.
The contractor for the Stanford Crossing Development will be completing construction of the roadway extension of Spartan Way, including sidewalk and street lighting, from Stanford Crossing (formerly Land Park Drive) to the existing Lathrop Road to the South. The roadway is expected to be opened in early October 2018 for vehicle and pedestrian use. (See Note “A” on attached exhibit)
In early spring 2019, the contractor will be closing Barbara Terry Boulevard to pedestrians to complete improvements, including sidewalk, utilities and pavement restoration, along the section of roadway between Stanford Crossing and Adobe Way to the South. The City will notify you of the date as construction nears. (See Note “B” on attached exhibit)
Stanford Crossing from Spartan Way to Golden Valley Parkway will continue to remain closed to vehicles and pedestrians. The City will notify you once the road is ready to be opened. (See Note “C” on attached exhibit)
209-938-6350 (Phone) / 209-938-6390 (Fax)
209-234-5823 (Registrar Fax - Records Request)