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Year-by-Year planning calendars

Many families new to the high school experience do not always know what they should be working on to plan for high school or college. Select the planning calendars by grade level below for a list of suggested activities.

Grade 9 Planning Calendar
Grade 10 Planning Calendar
Grade 11 Planning Calendar
Grade 12 Planning Calendar

College Planning Handbooks



The handbook is provided to students at Lynbrook to help them with the college selection and application process. The 2016-2017 version is in the process of being updated and will be posted by the end of September.


The handbook will assist families in making decisions to meet individual educational needs. Rather than reading it from cover to cover, it might be more helpful to refer to individual sections as your interest and needs arise. The calendar section is one of the most important part of the handbook. It provides seniors with a checklist and timeline for completing different tasks in the college selection and application process. The handbook is in no way designed to be complete; instead, it is designed to help you start the college selection and application process. More detailed information in each of the areas contained in the handbook can be found in the College/Career Center at Lynbrook where there are reference books, college catalogs, and access to computer search programs.

Some information may change, particularly regarding tuition and other college-related expenses. For current information, visit the College/Career Center or contact the college directly. Websites are provided for easy access of current information.

The handbook should not be considered to be legal, financial or other professional advice. The information is intended to be accurate, but Lynbrook High School and the Guidance personnel do not assume liability as a result of reliance on this data.


cch.jpg For students who are considering attending a community college after high school, access the Community College Planning Handbook.  We wanted to show students the array of certificate programs, degree programs, and transfer options that are available to students at the community college.  In the handbook, you will be able to find a table of certificate and degree programs for the 26 San Francisco Bay Area community colleges, steps to enroll, general education, and more.  Also, do not forget to visit the College and Career Center page to find more information about community colleges as well as other post high school options or talk to your guidance counselor.


Local Community Colleges
De Anza College
West Valley College
Foothill College
Mission College
San Jose City College

Community Colleges with on-campus housing
College of the Redlands (Eureka)
College of the Siskiyous (Weed)
Columbia College (Sonora)
Feather River College (Quincy)
Lassen College (Susanville)
Reedley College (Reedley)
Shasta College (Redding)
Sierra College (Rocklin)
Taft College (Taft)
Yuba College (Marysville)