“It takes a village to raise a child.” We believe deeply in this mantra at LBHS, and have worked hard to create a structure of support services to meet students’ needs. In addition to the academic support your students receive in their classes, we also have:
- Small Learning Communities with dedicated counselors
- College and career center
- Leadership classes
- Partnerships with UC Davis, Sac State and Sac City College
- Academic tutoring
- Mental health supports
LBHS counselors offer guidance counseling and social/emotional support for our students. The Counseling staff includes five counselors and a college/career technician. Each student is assigned a counselor by their small learning community (SLC).
Email Mrs. Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not know your student’s assigned counselor.
Students can visit their counselor to discuss grades, attendance, academic plans, adding or dropping classes, and referrals.
LBHS Student Support Center
The Luther Burbank Student Support Center is designed to support students, families, and staff to create a community that is connected and thriving!
We focus on the overall health, wellness, and emotional well-being of our community. Please visit the Student Support Center website for more information.
College and Career Center
The College and Career Center is located in room A-5 in the administration building. The center is managed by our Career & Counseling Technician:Maria Medina and her number (916)395-5110 x507058. Students are encouraged to visit to get more information about colleges, scholarship opportunities, and other college and career related information.
Luther Burbank High School has partnered with multiple organizations to offer leadership classes on campus that focus on academic and social-emotional needs. The following videos help provide an overview; if you are interested, please speak to your counselor about signing up.
Our partnerships with UC Davis, Sac State, Los Rios and other colleges are focused on serving and assisting low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline all the way from middle school through college. LBHS partners with multiple programs, including Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP), Educational Talent Search (ETS), and Upward Bound, among others.