Would you recommend attending Lowell High School if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2016

I would recommend attending Lowell High School because it's a whole different experience. Our student body consists of students of all different backgrounds, and our staff provides us with excellent opportunities to get involved within the community. Overall, it has been a great experience for me and I do not regret it at all.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2016

In my opinion, Lowell High School is one of the greatest schools in this country. People from all over the world attend Lowell High School. Almost every race, religion, and type of person imaginable are represented at Lowell High School. The diversity causes many different interests, so it is easy to make friends and find a group to fit in with. If someone likes to be involved and likes to learn about different cultures and customs, then Lowell High School is the perfect melting pot.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2016

Yes, I would definitely recommend attending Lowell High School because the people who attend this school are extremely friendly and welcoming. This school makes you feel apart of something bigger and is a place where you will make life long friends. Lowell will also prepare you for college well by challenging you academically so that you can achieve your full potential.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2017

Personally, for the many people who want to go to the really good public colleges in California, like UC Berkeley, I would not recommend this school at all. The main reason is that these public colleges have quotas and way too many people who go here want to go to Berkeley, specifically; thus giving you a lower chance of getting in. If you value a good high school education more than getting into UC Berkeley, go here. If you want to go to Berkeley, don't go here.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2016

Lowell High School along with the Greater Lowell Technical Vocational School are both, VERY great schools. Having been accepted to go and attend Lowell's vocational school and have visited I would say that going to Lowell High School would be a better choice. Not due to the fact that I attend, but because this school has an excellent set of core values that are expressed by teachers, guidance counselors, house offices and coaches strongly. Going to Lowell High is definitely a good first choice when it comes to high schools in Massachusetts, the different and diverse students that you meet, and the outstanding teachers and advisers that are there for you from the beginning. Everyone surrounding you really wants the best from every student that attends and try to their fullest potential to bring out the best in each student, which is why it is a good choice for a high school.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2017

It depends. Because everyone who attends Lowell was the top of their schools prior to graduation, you get a reality check first semester of freshman year because it is humbling being with the best of the best. If you can handle competition and are focused in your studies and have good self esteem, you will do fine. I would not recommend Lowell to students who are not focused or driven because they will not do well. To get a grasp of reality, here is a statistic. Our of the entering freshman class of 700, 100 will transfer out of Lowell and 60 will transfer in. Students at Lowell have the opportunity to take one of the largest selection of AP classes that any public high school will offer. Some students start their first year college with sophomore status. One friend got into UCLA and after her first semester, she will have Junior status because she came in with so many AP credits.

Anonymous, Student, Lowell High School, Class of 2016

Of course! This school is so great. There are so many opportunities for everyone especially with its wide range of academic courses, multitude of extracurricular activities, friendly and engaging staff, and resources for college, jobs and life in general.

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