Lebanon Junior High

General Information and Guidance Documents

Scheduling Process For Lebanon Junior High School 2021-22 School Year:

Today begins the scheduling process for the 2021-22 school year.  Today,  your child should bring home a course registration form that will be used to select classes for next year.  If your student is currently enrolled in our VLA program, you will use the google form linked below to register your child for classes next year at LJHS.

To help you better understand the scheduling process, we have prepared the following videos and resources which will guide you as you determine what classes to select for your student.  (For incoming 6th grade students, the video also shares some important information about Lebanon Junior High School.)

  • 7th Grade Scheduling Video-  Current 6th Graders

    • Correction-  The 6th grade tours mentioned in the video will not be Tuesday, March 16th.  The video states March 18th and this was rescheduled due to teacher vaccinations. 

  • 8th Grade Scheduling Video-  Current 7th Graders

    • Correction-  The slide for electives shows 1.5 elective needed.  This should actually read 3.0 elective credits.  The change was made after the video was recorded.

Regardless of grade level, you will need to use the course description guide linked below to learn more about the courses your student can take at Lebanon Junior High School.

The slide show below contains the information you viewed in the videos above.  The slides can be used to access videos and presentations to learn more about the electives offered at LJHS.  The slide shows also contain the most up-to-date information in the event something changes after the videos were recorded.  

Students who attend school in person should bring home the form linked below today.  These forms should be returned to the appropriate school (Berry 6th Gr Homeroom Teachers or LJHS 7th Gr. ETEH Teachers) by February 19th.  

VLA Students/Parents will use the appropriate link below to select courses for the 2021-22 school year.  The google form should be completed and submitted by February 19th.   

For 6th grade parents, our guidance counselors will be offering two Q and A sessions.  These sessions will be held…February 17th 9 - 9:30 am 

  • Click here to join with Google Meet
    Or call in at
    (‪US‬)‪+1 510-736-4677‬
    PIN: ‪483 222 273#‬

February 18th 1:30-2 pm  

All parents are encouraged to email one of our counselors if you have questions.  

Current 6th Grade Scheduling Questions:   bacher.jessica@lebanonschools.org
Current 7th Grade Scheduling Questions:   marsh.leslie@lebanonschools.org

We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.  We look forward to working with all of you now and in the future.

Brian Dalton
LJHS Principal



Career Education at LJHS

Careers Course for 7th Graders-
This required semester course for all 7th grade students will explore many topics related to careers and career exploration, including self-assessment of interests, education, career pathways, and other important topics.   This course will integrate technology on a regular basis to utilize the multitude of online resources available as well as develop the keyboarding skills needed to successfully navigate a variety of devices and applications.    

Career Day
In addition, both 7th and 8th grade students will experience Career Day at LJHS on October 11, 2019.  30+ community members and parents share their expertise during a half day as students rotate through various classrooms. Each speaker will highlight their career during that time.  

Want to share your career with us?  Email Ms. Bacher at bacher.jessica@lebanonschools.org

Help for new students

Students who are new to our building will be greeted by their school counselor and toured through LJHS by a Student Ambassador on their first day in our building. Ambassadors will help students navigate their schedule, answer questions, and help them get into their locker. Mr. King and Ms. Bacher are here to help any student who is struggling with adjusting to our building or has questions, whether it be logistically or otherwise.