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Academic Support

Lowell Provides Support for All Students

Each teacher has office hours for individual student help and many of our teachers will meet with students after-school

  • Check with individual teachers on their availability outside of scheduled class time

  • Parents can also contact teachers and set up meetings to discuss their child's performance and academic success

  • Parents should utilize School Loop to monitor their child's progress (grades, homework, attendance, etc.)

Library Services Available

  • Computers available in the Library and also the Computer Labs (printers are also available)

  • Text Books Available
  • Lowell CSF Tutoring

    •  Drop-in hours: 7:30 AM and 5:00 PM everyday school is in session

      • Look for the yellow CSF sign, located near the back of library, between the printer and the round table

    • One-on-One: sign up here

      • Click on the "Tutees" tab. Then click on the subject you need tutoring in and submit the form online!

Students are encouraged to talk to both their Counselor and their Teacher if they receive any grade that falls below a C.  Parents are also encouraged to contact the Teacher and the Counselor to help support the student during this challenging time.  There are many ways students can get the support they need academically to be successful at Lowell.

If students are feeling stressed out, overwhelmed, or feel like giving up, it is very important to reach out to your Counselor or the Wellness Center for support.  We are here to help students overcome challenges and be happy and healthy teenagers.