10th Grade

Congratulations! You survived your first year of high school.  Visit the counseling website and your class page frequently for updated information.
  • Get to know your counselor We are here to answer any questions you may have.
  • We utilize "Remind" to tell you about events and information from the LCC Counseling Office. To join and get  notifications:  Text @lcchs2020 to the phone number 81010.
  • During the month of October and again in March, apply for California Scholarship Federation.  See details on the CSF page. 
  • In March, apply for the National Honor Society on the NHS page.
  • Counselors will present valuable information for 10th grade students in March during Registration Presentations (for fall classes) including SDUHSD graduation requirements, college entrance requirements, testing information, and general tips.

  • Check the counseling website and this webpage periodically.
  • Check your grades on Aeries regularly. Progress reports and report cards are not mailed so we are counting on you to be logging in to check your grades weekly.
  •  Start your career and college exploration using Big Future.  There are also other benifitial resources that can be found here.
  • Time management is crucial in high school.  You'll have more homework and more activities to balance-stay organized!
  • Stay on top of your homework and see your teachers for extra help.  They are happy to schedule a time to meet with you.
  • Get to know your teachers.  They want you to be successful in high school.
  • Attend your in-class grade-level counseling presentations and ask questions!  
  • You can create and revise a Four-Year Planat any time.  Make an appointment with your counselor if you want assistance with creating a plan.
  • Read the bi-weekly E-News to stay up to date with important information and events.
  • Play a sport, join a club, try out for a school play, attend all of our school events, and do things you love best! Be an active participant in the Maverick community.  

Making High School Count: It is never too early to start thinking about your post high

school plans.  Find out how your academic record, extracurricular activities, and standardized

test results impact the college admissions process.