Lowell High School SF Alumni

Lowell High School SF Alumni

The Lowell Alumni Association maintains and enhances relationships that serve and support our alumni, students, school and the Lowell community.

Jazz Pops 2018 – The Lowell


Jazz Pops 2018 - On Friday, Jan. 26, Lowell had its annual Jazz Pops concert at the Carol Channing Theater. At the show, the student jazz band and the symphonic orchestra came together to create a diverse and engaging set. There were also performances of songs such as, Mr. Brightside by The Killers, Karma Police by Radiohead and Feeling Good by Nina Simone from special guest student musicians.



Despite an injury and more, boys soccer dominates the field against the Eagles 1–0


Lowell boys soccer beat George Washington High School (San Francisco) Eagles.


All Alums are invited to a FREE screening of the critically acclaimed new documentary, "And Then They Came For Us," about the Japanese Internment and its echos today. Q & A with the filmmakers will follow!

See the trailer https://www.thentheycamedoc.com/about/

Alumni of color panels are on Wednes Feb 7th! Alums of color, sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZaMf2Miw6zbKJ17X2

HIDDEN GEMS OF LOWELL: Rapper Golden Landis Von Jones


Hidden Gems of Lowell - Rapper Golden Landis Von Jones, Class of 2018.

Known as 24kGoldn on SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple Music, is a senior at Lowell. He has opened for artists like Sage the Gemini, ShowBangerz and P-Lo. But before that, Landis von Jones got his start at DreamTeam, a local sneaker boutique where he first recorded his music. Landis von Jones continues to make music and collaborate with local artists.


They shoot, they score! Vars girls’ basketball beats the Eagles 48–34


Lowell Varsity Girls beat George Washington High School (San Francisco) Eagles.

thelowell.org By Michelle Kim

Vars boys basketball scores another win against the Eagles, 45–42


Lowell Varsity Basketball win against the George Washington High School (San Francisco) Eagles.

thelowell.org By Michelle Kim

ALL ALUMNI OF COLOR are invited to be on a panel and to share their experiences with Lowell students, teachers and staff!

SIGN UP HERE BEFORE EOB FRIDAY FEB 2: https://goo.gl/forms/giosJzUoJSxMzI2j1

Please spread the word through your networks ...

Children in S.F. who are bright spots for the future


Lowell Student Spotlight - Jackson Cooley
Jackson Cooley was showcased as part of a piece about amazing students in San Francisco. Jackson created an app to help track his schedule for his mom.


[01/16/18]   Hope we’re not spoiling anybody’s fun with yesterday’s NY Times Sunday crossword puzzle, but did it mark the first time a Lowell alum appeared in the answers?

Girls soccer kicks off the regular season with a 7–0 win against the Mustangs


Lowell Girls soccer start the season strong with a 7-0 win against Lincoln Mustangs.


Let's end 2017 on a high note -- please participate in the Lowell Alumni Association's 200 Gift Challenge. Your tax-deductible online donation by midnight PST, Sunday, December 31, 2017 will support programs that benefit every one of today's Lowell students as well as the alumni newsletter, reunion support and our ambitious effort to reinvent the Lowell library. Please help us reach our goal of 200 new online gifts by year-end. Click here to donate now: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/LAA
Thanks for your support!

New year, new staff: Meet your new teachers, part 4


Meet the new Lowell High School teachers, Part 4.
Stuart Kaler, Math Teacher
Vida Lamastra, Special Education Teacher
Karen Arnold, Math Teacher
Marcus Christmas, Wellness Coordinator


SF high school student’s Christmas donations to the needy packaged with awareness


Lowell High School senior Eugene Liu builds his urban apparel clothing line, Global Awareness Clothing Co., to help spread awareness about environmental and social issues.



Lowell journalism wins awards from National Scholastic Press Association 2017


Lowell journalism wins awards from the National Scholastic Press Association.

thelowell.org Congratulations to student journalists from The Lowell who won individual awards at this fall’s National Scholastic Press Association…

Alumni Donations Enhance College Counseling Program

Thanks to your generous donations to the LAA last year, Lowell students now have a full-time dedicated college counselor to help them navigate the winding path to their dream colleges. College counselor Maria Aguirre (pictured here) offers college workshops and one-to-one advising so that every student is supported. Your gifts made this possible! To read more about the new college counseling program, click here.

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Why I Support the Lowell Alumni Association - Whitnie Low Narcisse Class of 2003

Please donate today https://sites.google.com/a/lowellalumni.org/lowell-alumni-association/giving/how-to-give

Reunions / Events - Lowell Alumni Association


Class Reunion Support and Alumni Newsletter
We help make reunions fun and memorable! When your class representatives decide it's time for a class reunion, the LAA is there at every turn to ensure the event goes smoothly.

Click below for information about upcoming Lowell reunions.


Music for a School Garden, Lowell High School Strings


The Lowell Alumni grants program provides $75,000 each year to a wide range of projects that benefit academic and extracurricular programs involving each and every one of today's 2,800 students.

Click on this video to see a recent project featuring members of the Lowell Orchestra that was underwritten by the LAA. And you can find a complete list of 2016 and 2017 LAA grants here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1a0EMxNLlfUIe8Kx5I1oCxuh1ePUvXEfN/view

Music director Michele Winter leads the Lowell High School String Players performing three short works by Stanley Fletcher in the Lowell High School Garden, ...

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What: 3rd Annual Alumni of Color Panel Discussions
When: Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Where: Lowell High School

Lowell's Social Awareness Week is Feb 5th-9th, and alums of color are invited to share their experiences with students on Weds Feb 7th. Last year, nearly 40 alums of color returned to campus and interacted with students and teachers. Once again, the students are organizing auditorium and classroom alumni of color panels. Join the conversation!

More details and signup sheet to come...

Good news ‘Big Hero 6’ fans: S.F. native Jamie Chung among faves reuniting


Lowell alumna Jamie Chung, class of 2001, is returning to her role as Go Go Tomago in a sequel to "Big Hero 6."


Lowell hosts first-ever San Francisco Model United Nations conference


Members of the Lowell Model United Nations organized and hosted the first San Francisco Model United Nations (SFMUN) conference at Lowell High School on Dec. 2–3. About 250 students from 14 schools participated in this student-organized event.


San Francisco is in mourning today after the sudden death of Mayor Ed Lee, who was truly a member of the Lowell family given that both of his daughters are Lowell alumni. Tania Lee graduated in 2000 while Brianna Lee graduated in 2003. Mayor Lee was keynote speaker at the Lowell commencement exercises a few years ago. Sincere condolences to his wife Anita as well as all of the family and friends he leaves behind.

HIDDEN GEMS OF LOWELL HIGH: Artist Abigail Falk – The Lowell


Hidden Gems of Lowell High School - Abigail Falk


Your tax deductible donations to the Lowell Alumni Association go to support a wide range of programs and activities including Visual & Performing Arts, Forensics, Athletics, JROTC and Robotics.

Your generous support plays a critical role in enhancing the lives of Lowell students. Please donate today!


At the recent LAA Open House, alums inquired about zip-up hoodies, and we listened! Besides our iconic Lowell pullover hoodies, we now offer full zip-up hoodies in maroon decorated with the Lowell logo and crest. They come in adult sizes (S,M,L,XL, XXL) and cost $40.

Please come to Lowell and visit our store and check out our new merchandise. Our store hours are Monday thru Friday from 8am to 2pm, on Wednesdays we are open until 4pm.

Reclaiming their honor: Vars girls’ volleyball takes back title from Mustangs


Lowell Girls Varsity Volleyball wins AAA championship!



2018 LAA General Meeting -- Call for Nominations -- Click below for information about the LAA Board of Directors and the process for being considered by the LAA Nominating Committee. Annual General Membership Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 7pm in the Choir Room at Lowell High School, 1101 Eucalyptus Drive, San Francisco.


Lowell participated in today’s World AIDS Day by displaying panels from the AIDS memorial quilt.

In ‘Manhattan Beach,’ Jennifer Egan Sets a Crime Story on the Waterfront


Alumni Spotlight --- Jennifer Egan, Class of 1980

Jennifer Egan is a novelist and short story writer who lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Egan's novel A Visit from the Goon Squad won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction.

Enjoy the The New York Times ' review of her latest novel Manhattan Beach.

nytimes.com A missing father, an underworld boss and a female diver at the Brooklyn Naval Yards anchor the Pulitzer winner’s first novel since “A Visit From the Goon Squad.”

Running strong: Cross Country crowned champions twelfth consecutive year


The Lowell cross country team won the 2017 All-City Championship making this their 39th consecutive year as overall AAA champions! (Boys varsity squad won the AAA title for the 12th consecutive year; Girls varsity squad won their 8th consecutive AAA title; overall team title includes varsity plus frosh/soph squads.)


I just donated to Lowell Alumni Association. Do the same!


Please consider donating to the Lowell High School Alumni Association tomorrow on GivingTuesday. Your gifts to the LAA go to support grants, capital improvements on campus, and other programs that enrich the lives of Lowell students. Won’t you join us in making a donation? Every dollar counts! https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/LAA


Tom Yasukochi perfects coffee crunch cake


Two San Francisco classics ---
(Blum's) coffee crunch cake & Tom Yasukochi LHS class of 1955

sfgate.com Tom Yasukochi perfects coffee crunch cake Right about now, the orders start coming for Tom Yasukochi's coffee crunch cake. To pick one up, you go into Super Mira Market in Japantown and make a hard right to Sweet Stop bakery. At the counter is Hatsy Yasukochi, Tom's wife. The spelling and the price…

Happy Thanksgiving to our entire Lowell family!

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Varsity girls’ tennis takes All-City title for twentieth year in a row


Varsity Girls tennis took the All-City team title for the 20th consecutive year while also dominating individual competition, led by junior Arina Caliman and senior Laura Berkovsky claiming first and second in singles. In doubles, senior co-captains Erica Zee and Olivia Pan took first place.


The Lowell High class of 2020 is hosting a community wide fundraising dinner on Friday, December 1st. Come to campus to mingle with students, faculty and alumni while supporting the class of 2020!

New year, new staff: Meet your new teachers, part 2


Meet the new teachers, part 2:
Anne Marie Ullman, Drama Teacher
Scott Fortin, Math Teacher
Ning Zhang, Chinese Teacher
Eric Gustafson, Journalism, and English Teacher
Amanda Klein, World History Teacher


Lowell Mock Trial wins first place at Empire San Francisco 2017 competition


Lowell Mock Trial wins first place at Empire Mock Trial San Francisco, California 2017 Competition.


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