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******More EXPO Information******

Please click on the below links for more information on our upcoming

2016 EXPO:


Click HERE for the Expo brochure.

Click HERE for the Expo Workshops.

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Leo Croce Scholarship Info.

Seniors if you attended Croce for two or more years, please attend an informational meeting for the Leo Croce Scholarship. The meeting will be held in the Career Center February 11th at lunch time.

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What kind of Party do YOU want at YOUR Grad Night?

The most informative 2 minutes in January!

Watch to . . .

LEARN about Grad Night

HOW to help

WHY we partner with Granada High School.

LHS Safe and Sober Grad Night



Financial Aid Informational Events Coming Up!

The window to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the California Dream Act Application is NOW OPEN! The priority filing deadline for both applications is 3/2/16.

Get help navigating the financial aid process!

  • Financial Aid Workshop, Thursday, February 11, 6:30pm, Granada High School Student Union

Learn more about the FAFSA and the overall financial aid process.  See event flyer here.


  •  Cash for College, February 17, 6pm-8pm, Livermore High School at LHS Rooms 303 & 305

Get hands-on help filling out the FAFSA or California Dream Act application. See event flyer for details and instructions on what to bring.


Livermore High School's Apprenticeship Fair is on Wednesday, February 17 in the Library, 1st -3rd period for select classes and open to the entire LHS student population during Lunch.

Apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a trade professional in which workers learn the practical and theoretical aspects of a highly skilled occupation. 

At the fair, meet with representatives from local apprenticeship organizations to learn about this post-high school option.  Trades represented include, but are not limited to: Cement Masonry, Electrical, Automotive Specialties, Roofing & Waterproofing, Sprinkler Fitting, Carpentry/ Construction, Waste Water Treatment, Heavy Machine Mechanics, and More!

Click here for an event flyer.



There was an error in the school calendar at the beginning of the year that indicated that February 12th was a non-student attendance day. Please be aware that this is a mistake that has been corrected. Friday February 12th is a regular school day. Monday February 15th however is a Holiday and there is no school.

This event is open to all African American students in our local area.  The Symposium is free, however students and adults need to register on Eventbrite to attend.
The Dublin High School BSU and the ladies of the Oakland East Bay Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. cordially invite you to join is in our first 30 for 30 Career Symposium. This event is FREE for all student and adult participants. You will hear from young professionals who are under the age of 30 or in their 30's. All participants will engage in six, 30-minute sessions and have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with  local lawyers, doctors, engineers, entrepreneurs and more.  Sign up Today!
Space reserved for first 100 sign-ups.  Reserve your free ticket by February 20, 2016, and get more information at
Questions? Contact Megan McFarland,

The Livermore Police Department and Livermore High School have received complaints regarding illegal parking and unsafe driving in the area of LHS during drop off and pick up times. 

We would like to take this opportunity to remind you to drive safely.  Please read the following traffic safety tips.

Pedestrian Safety: Students must cross at the signal lights or marked crosswalks. Any students observed crossing in the middle of the street (jaywalking) may be cited.  This also includes trips off campus at lunchtime.

Driving in school zones: Abide by all traffic laws. Remember the speed limit in school zones is 25 MPH when children are present (regardless of the posted speed).  Also keep in mind the safe speed for conditions may be quite slower in school zones due to increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic, so drive cautiously.


Dropping off in or near LHS: We have designated drop off areas for students. Some areas are unstaffed and some are staffed with Campus Supervisors. Take advantage of these safe and legal areas to drop off your child.  NEVER drop off in the middle of the street, even if traffic is stopped.


Cowboy Alley Drop Off: Drive along the right curb, inside the cones, to drop off your student.  Once your student exits your vehicle, you must stay within the cones until the exit point. (**The Campus Supervisor is there to ensure the safety of LHS students and regulate the flow of the drop off line.  Please follow any instructions the Campus Supervisor may give you.)


School Street Drop Off: Drive along the right curb until you reach the turnabout.  At that point, your student can exit your vehicle.  Please be cautious when proceeding through the turnabout. LHS staff members may be approaching from your left to access the entry gate and they have the right-of-way.  Please also be courteous to others dropping off their students and DO NOT BYPASS THE DROP OFF LINE to make a U-turn at the turnabout.  This only raises the likelihood of a collision.

Parking at or near the school: Avoid double parking to let your student out of the vehicle.  Double parking will block visibility for pedestrians and motorist.  Do not block residential/commercial driveways.  Please also abide by all curb markings in and around the school.  The curbs are specifically marked for safe maneuvering and visibility.


Red curb-            You can NEVER stop, stand or park your vehicle in a red zone.

Yellow curb-       Drop off only, you may not park and exit your vehicle.

Green curb-        Time limit parking, regulated by a posted sign and curb marking.

Blue curb-           This is for disabled persons and buses that transport disabled students.


Driving and parking in school zones can be a hectic time. Here are some tips to help make things run smoother:

Arrive early- Even 5 minutes earlier can make a difference.

Afternoon time, arrive a little later- Less traffic.

Prearrange a location for your child to wait for you- Park a block away.  Make sure the location is safe and legal for you to stop in.   

Walk or ride your bicycle to school- Parents should encourage their students to ride their bicycles to school, is possible.


If you have children who drive themselves to school, please share this information with them as well.  Thank you for you continued support in the safety of LHS students.





Principal's Update

January 7, 2016

Dear Livermore High School Parents:

A very Happy New Year to all of you! My hope and that of all the faculty and staff is that you, our LHS families, had a restful and productive ...more



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