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“College is a match to be made, not a prize to be won.”

Visit the College and Career Center to search for your perfect match.

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Free Resources for Students and Families

Would you like a free resources that explain all about the college application process?  Fair Opportunity Project has useful information and guide books for you to use.  Click here to access their guide to College Admissions and Financial Aid.  

UC Davis Young Scholars Program Application Now Open

The UC Davis Young Scholars Program is a summer residential research program designed to expose approximately 40 high achieving high school students to the world of original research in the natural sciences with emphases on the biological, environmental and agricultural sciences. To be eligible for the summer of 2018, students must be currently enrolled as sophomores or juniors in high school.  Participants in the 2018 UC Davis Young Scholars Program will work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in state of the art laboratories for six weeks. 

The application period for the summer of 2018 opens on December 1, 2017 and closes at 11:59 PM on March 16, 2018. Students will be able to create their user accounts when the application period opens.

Lynbrook High School College & Career Center



Check out our new site!  This site is for the FUHSD community only. You must access the site from your FUHSD google account. Parents - you must use your student's account. If you can't get in or receive an error message, please make sure that you are logged into your FUHSD google account and not your personal google account. Please click on the button below to access the most up-to-date information on summer programs, contests, jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and upcoming events. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Tang or Mrs. Takahashi in the C&CC. Please also note that the content can take a short time to load, so if you don't see anything listed, just wait a moment longer.


Here is a link to our Summer Planning Workshop Powerpoint.  



In order for Lynbrook staff members to accommodate the number of requests of recommendation letters needed for various summer programs/internships/volunteer opportunities, students are expected to follow the Lynbrook Summer Recommendation Letter process. Use the checklist below and supporting documents as needed.


1.  READ this: LHS Summer Program Checklist

2.  COMPLETE this: LHS Summer Program Information Sheet

3.  UPDATE this: Resume in Family Connection is mandatory

4.  OPTIONAL: LHS Summer Program Transcript Request Form

Come and explore the College & Career Center!


  • We have books that you can check out with topics such as: careers, college guides, college applications, essays, financial aid, test prep, and athletic recruitment.
  • Learn about Community College: degree /certificate programs and transfer agreements to 4-year universities
  • Do you want to learn about career plans that don't include college?
  • Need help creating your college list?  Make an appointment for assistance.
  • Need someone to give you feedback on an essay or resume? Submit a printed copy to the C&CC. (Guidelines posted in the C&CC.)
  • We also have brochures and handouts.  
  • Questions? Stop by the C&CC and speak with Mrs. Takahashi or Mrs Tang. We are here to help all students!

One of our popular reads is a book called Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be by Frank Bruni.  Come into the C&CC and literally check it out!


This New York Times article talks about the college admissions process.


Visit Colleges.  We strongly recommend that students visit some college campuses before they complete their college lists. There are a wide variety of colleges within a few hours of San Jose, so you can easily visit them on a day trip. There is a pocket guide for choosing colleges available in the C&CC.

Contact Information

Barb Takahashi  

Kathy Tang



College Reps: If you are interested in scheduling a visit to Lynbrook High School in the fall,  please sign up on repvisits.com

If you cannot find a time slot that fits your schedule, please contact us by email and we will do our best to accommodate your visit.




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Teen Entrepreneurs Club

The Teen Entrepreneurs Club at the MLK Library is a two-hour program which aims to engage, expose, and inspire middle and high school students to pursue entrepreneurship.

Each Saturday from 3/10 - 4/14, students will spend one hour in TeenHQ’s Makerspace, where they will learn through hands-on exploration and creation of custom products. For the second hour, students will collaborate with one another to develop practical business skills through various activities and projects. There will also be a competition with prizes for best presentation and best product idea.

Come out, learn business skills, and try your hand at 3D printing! The first meeting is on 3/10 at 2pm at TeenHQ on the Mezzanine Floor of the MLK Library, located at 150 E San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95112.

Free. Registration not required, but recommended.