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Antelope Valley School District

Welcome to Lancaster High School

We will prepare our students for college and careers through providing a safe supportive culture that fosters creativity, collaboration, communication, and social responsibility. The vision of Lancaster High School is to ensure all students graduate with the skills required for college and career readiness.

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Seniors / Class of 2020 News

Senior Check-Out / Cap & Gown Distribution Thursday, May 28th

Please bring: textbooks, school-issued Chromebooks with chargers, school-issued Sprint hot spots and any other school property which maybe in your possession.

You will receive your Cap & Gown as well as a Class of 2020 celebratory yard sign. Student ID is required.

Senior checkout will take place in the student parking lot in a drive-thru format, so please do not park. Please come during their scheduled time slot as this is how caps and gowns will be distributed. 
Student last names initials A-E: 10-11am
Student last names initials F-K: 11-12pm
Student last names initials L-Q: 12-1pm
Student last names initials R-Z:   1-2 pm

All student charges will need to be paid to receive your diploma.

Senior Celebration video scheduled June 3rd on YouTube. Link to come

Diploma pick up is currently scheduled for June 9th. More information to come.


Commencement 2020: A message from Superintendent Mr. Vierra

" is overwhelmingly clear that our community desires to postpone our graduation ceremonies to a date when it is safe to gather in person.  We support this desire and have postponed all graduation ceremonies to a date to be determined in accordance with the state and local officials."

Mental Health Resources Available

Mental Health Support through the district is available by calling 661-418-2309. A School Mental Health provider will be available from 7:30 am - 12:00 pm and 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm,  Monday - Friday.

If you are in need of immediate support please call 911.

Additional resources can be found HERE

Work Permit Information

For all questions in regards to Work Permits, please email your School's Work Permit /Work Experience Coordinator.  A list can be found by clicking the above link.

***Until further notice Permits will only be issued for defined "Essential" businesses***

Chromebook, instructional materials (textbook), Google sign-in or update info on Powerschool

We’re here for you Eagles.

If you need to request a Chromebook to access the internet. Please contact Vice Principal Ms. Grabas Pick-ups will be available during food distribution times: 10:30am-12:30pm Monday-Thursday.

If you need to request Instructional Materials (such as a textbook) to complete your assignments. Please contact Assistant Principal Ms. Kim Pick-ups will be available during food distribution times: 10:30am-12:30pm Monday-Thursday.

For Google sign-in & password support please email or Please provide your name, ID number and name listed for parent/guardian as verification.

To update your address, email or phone number please email: Robyn Metzger (Lead Attendance Clerk) or Syd Bleicher (School Counseling Clerk) Google Voice: 661-429-0735

Counseling support during campus closure / New 19-20 student enrollment

Counselor questions and help:The counseling department is available for any counseling department questions and/or individual appointments online. Please visit the counseling page on the Lancaster High School homepage for more information.

New Student Enrollment for 19-20 School Year: For information on student enrollment from outside the Antelope Valley Union High School District to Lancaster High School through the end of this 2019-2020 academic year please see the registration/enrollment information within the Lancaster HS counseling homepage.

This is only for students enrolling for the current school year from out of district.

  • Current AVUSHD students seeking to transfer within AVUHSD will remain with their current site through distance learning to finish the academic year ending June 4.
  • Information for current 8th graders (incoming 9th) will be forthcoming.
Homework help, tutoring, and college/career readiness

Homework help, tutoring, college/career readiness:

A live tutor is available through The Princeton Review on your PowerSchool account by selecting “Live Tutor” in the left side of the home screen. To add additional tutoring hours email Ms. Kim

Khan Academy has a library of video lessons in almost all subject areas.

Naviance is a college and career readiness platform that helps connect academic achievement to post-secondary goals. Use your PowerSchool login to get access

AP Students can keep up to date and get support directly from Collegeboard in preparation for their AP tests.

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Students are welcome to email teachers anytime as most teachers check their email regularly but, for more immediate responses, teachers have posted office hours

AVID/Academies-CTE/JROTC: Monday & Wednesday, 12pm-2pm

Behavioral Science (Health, Psych): Tuesday & Thursday, 12pm-2pm

ELA (English): Monday & Wednesday, 8am-10am

Foreign Language: Tuesday & Thursday, 12pm-2pm

Math: Tuesday & Thursday, 8am-10am

Phys Ed: Monday & Wednesday, 12pm-2pm

Science: Tuesday 10am-12pm, Friday 8am-10am

Special Education: Monday & Wednesday, 12pm-2pm

Social Science (History/Econ): Wednesday 10am-12p, Friday 10am-12pm

Visual and Performing Arts: Monday & Thursday, 10am-12pm

Spotlighting Eagles of the Class of '20 (click here)

Good Day Seniors,

As your senior year rolls into its final months, we would like to take time to celebrate you.  We would like to spotlight your Lancaster HS journey, your future plans, and more importantly your special high school memories.

Please help us in celebrating you by emailing us at

Randomly chosen seniors will be spotlighted on our home page and school social media platforms.

Thank you in advance,

Mr. Garcia

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