Tokay High School opened in 1977. It is one of four comprehensive high schools in the Lodi Unified School district serving grades 9-12. Our students come from a wide range of socio-economic, educational and cultural backgrounds. Tokay is located in Lodi, also known as the Zinfandel Capital of the World. With a growing population of 64,000, Lodi is becoming increasingly diverse. The city has traditionally been a support and service community to the rich agricultural area.
Reflective Communicators - Students are expected to:
• Demonstrate competence in reading, writing, language and speech
• Deliver presentations that demonstrate poise, command of language, clear enunciation, and confidence
• Actively listen and appropriately respond to what is presented
Original Thinkers - Students are expected to:
• Critically identify, analyze, and integrate available resources and information
• Construct and judge the validity of arguments
• Develop justifiable solutions to problems
• Apply technology as an educational tool
Academic Achievers - Students are expected to:
• Meet or exceed California State Standards in English, Mathematics, Science and Social Science
• Graduate with skills that will help them attain their college and/or career goals
Responsible Citizens - Students are expected to:
• Exhibit good study/work habits, attend school regularly, and effectively manage time
• Resolve conflict through positive, non-violent actions and foster acceptance for individual differences
• Respect the school environment, public and private property
Honesty, integrity and responsibility are the foundations of academic success. The purpose of Tokay’s Honor Code is to promote and support student success while students and faculty accept responsibility for creating an atmosphere of academic integrity that will last a lifetime. The Honor Code is designed to reinforce the Academic Honesty Policy adopted by the Lodi School Board (Policy 5131.9).
To view the Tokay High School Honor Code, click on the link below.