Lowell Counseling Department
Room 101, a cluster of offices next to the main office.
Mission & Vision
To encourage ALL students to realize their own potential and contribute their skills, creativity, & intellect in
their academic, career, and personal/social development towards becoming informed, active participants & leaders in their communities.
Students from Lowell High School are well rounded, collaborative, and compassionate advocates. Our
students are proactive and motivated learners who model cultural awareness and humility. Our students take
personal initiative to meaningfully engage in our communities and impact future generations.
Updates from you Counselors
College Prep Classes x SFPL
Study Smart Tutors and the San Francisco Public Library are partnering to bring you free virtual college prep classes. Classes are taught by veteran instructors dedicated to providing an individualized experience so that every high school student can realize and reach their post-secondary goals.
Plan Ahead 2022-2023
Slide deck and information overview from Plan Ahead Day on 10/12/2022.
Students can also review this College Admissions Panel Event video to complete the College Research Reflection portion of the Counseling Department Plan Ahead assignment.
If students were absent for Plan Ahead Day, they can pick up a Counseling Department Plan Ahead assignment packet from the Counseling Department (Rm. 101).
Fact Sheet to Request a Letter of Recommendation
Student and Family Resource Link
Families can access the Family Resource Link in three ways:
Go to familylink.sfusd.edu to complete an online request form
Email request at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call 415-340-1716 *
*Hours of operation for the phone will be Monday through Friday from 9AM- 1PM. Callers can still leave a voicemail at all hours.
This page was last updated on November 1, 2022