|Lick-Wilmerding welcomes, embraces and supports highly motivated students, and their families, from all economic and cultural backgrounds of the San Francisco Bay Area. Our inclusive and cohesive community is defined and animated by the unique gifts that its students, families, faculty and staff bring to it. Embedding the learning process within such rich diversity prepares students to understand, appreciate, unravel, and navigate the complexities of the modern world.|
|TGIF Mount Olympus - May 3|
Friday, May 3 | 10:50am–12:30pm
Water Slide, Greek Finger Food, Socrates Reading, Tug-o-War and more
Walk With A Purpose Program
On Friday, October 5th the White Privilege Conference students, sponsored by the Office of Equity and Instruction, lead our third annual Walk With A Purpose Program. Students shared their personal reflections from the conference and introduce keynote speaker, Ariel Luckey. Ariel invites each of us to grapple with who we are, what we stand for and who we stand with. This dynamic presentation, part keynote, part theater performance, explored power, privilege and identity from individual and collective perspectives.
Learn more about the White Privilege Conference
. If you have any questions, please contact Christine Godinez
, Director of Student Inclusion and Leadership.
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Peer Connect Mentor Program
The Peer Connect Mentoring Program is designed to help ease the transition to LWHS by pairing incoming freshman with juniors and seniors who act as mentors throughout the year. These supportive relationships will empower and enlighten incoming students and launch their successful journey at the school.
Many activities will be offered during the school year to enhance the mentor/mentee relationship. Planned activities include events such as: Peer Connect Homework Cafe, Ice Skating Night, Valentine’s Day Social, March Madness Games, Community Service Projects and End of the Year Celebration.