"I graduated from LHS in 2004, so there very well could be changes since then. I really enjoyed my time at LHS. The honors program and core classes were great. They didn't offer a HUGE variety of electives, but the ones they had were good- robotics, pottery, art, speech, drama, etc. They had a great music program and lots of sports. The pep rallies and school spirit were just "so so"."
"After experiencing life at LHS for 3 years, I can say this school can be a lot better. There are some really good teachers, but it's a shame that they are outnumbered by all the bad ones, especially for the math and Spanish departments! English is okay, depending on your teacher. The Science, Japanese, French, AP, and honors programs are very good on the other hand, but to really get an education, get out and take Running Start. Many kids complain they don't feel they are getting a good education and they don't like the other students that much, so junior and senior year they take Running Start and they like it a lot better than LHS because the teachers actually know what they are doing, and they teach in their specific departments (some teachers at LHS have a degree in one thing and teach another.) The principal is okay, but I don't really like the vice principal, he's not a good vice principal. About half the kids do drugs and more have bad attitudes. Also, the school has all these brick walls and barely any windows, so it's a very dim and prison-like environment. Clubs are good, DECA, FBLA, Key and AERY are the best. Bottom-line, if you value your education, go elsewhere."
"i went to lhs for almost 4 years i found the teachers to be great and the studunts to be ok . but there is a big drug problem there. so if you dont want your kids to be around it send them some where else."
"As a parent of a student (2006-2010), I found the school to have a handful of brilliant and helpful teachers and counsellors, but too many mediocre ones. The building is poorly maintained and prone to flooding, while the campus is always littered with trash. Enforcement of rules was inconsistent and flaccid; there were no clear expectations or teaching of appropriate deportment. School administration emphasizes sports and extracurriculars, but academic achievement is given short shrift. Most students seemed to be happy with sports, clubs and the social scene, but any parent or student looking for superior academics would be better off attending either of the other high schools in the district or taking advantage of the Running Start (community college) program."
"Honestly since my freshman year here at Lindbergh, I've seen a huge change. Our school is built by our students honestly. It's the students that makes our school look good. The teachers are excellent at the same time for guiding us to where we want to go in life. They are very supportive and helpful. Our extra curricular activities are really good and has been improved since my freshman year. Example our DECA program is amazing. Our students actually qualify for state. Lindbergh offers many great AP classes and classes to help you attend the college of your need. Overall all i can say is we've improved and will continue improving."