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Our Mission

The mission of the Lowell High School Counseling Program is to encourage ALL students to realize their own potential and contribute their skills, creativity, and intellect in their academic, career, and personal/social development towards becoming informed, active participants and leaders in their communities.”


~The Counseling Department

Lowell Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLRs)

Lowell High School will prepare its students to be:


Pursuers of academic excellence who are:
Knowledgeable and skilled across the curriculum.
Self-directed learners.

Creative and critical thinkers who:
Apply higher order thinking skills to problems and issues across the curriculum.
Develop abstract and/or physical models to solve problems.

Effective communicators and managers of information who:
Listen, speak, read, and write effectively.
Use electronic, print, and artistic media proficiently.

Positive and productive citizens who:
Contribute time, energy, and talents to improve the quality of life in their school, community, state, nation, and world.
Demonstrate knowledge and appreciation of diverse cultures.
Demonstrate civility and mutual respect in their interactions.
Exhibit self-discipline and accept individual and group responsibility.

Purposeful and responsible learners who:
Establish priorities and use time effectively.
Practice habits of mental, physical and social health.
Have the confidence to defend a personal position.
Recognize career opportunities across the curriculum.