LCHS Activities / Clubs

LCHS Student Activities / Clubs

Drama CLub


  • To involve students in theatre, be onstage, backstage or in the audience.
  • Meetings are held once a month.  Plays are twice a year.
  • See Mrs. Ethridge in Room 216

Go Green Club


  • Activities include maintaining the recycle stations, removing the returnables from the cafeteria, promoting energy savings awareness and sponsoring community service projects.
  • Meeting dates are yet to be set.  All students are welcome.
  • See Ms. Argiri in Room 111

Link Crew

Freshman Mentor Program

  • Responsible for helping freshmen students adjust to high school life through freshmen orientation and school projects.
  • Requires about one hour every three weeks.
  • Any junior or senior is eligible to join (can apply at end of junior or sophomore year)
  • Application process with teacher nomination and/or recommendation.
  • Sponsors: Ms. Prescott and Mr. Grix

National Art Honor Society


  • To create an awareness and appreciation for the fine arts in our school and community.
  • Students must have completed 1 art class at LCHS, maintain a 3.3 GPA in Art, complete an application and submit 3 letters of recommendation.
  • See Mrs. Prange in Room 134.

National Honor Society

LCHS National Honor Society

  • National Honor Society is based on scholarship, leadership, character and service.
  • Members must participate in NHS events/school projects for at least 10 hours per year, such as tutoring, fundraising and leadership skills.
  • Students who have a 3.3 GPA or higher are eligible to apply.  Must be involved with at least one other school sponsored sport, club or activity.
  • Sponsor: Jason Stys

Quiz Bowl


  • Quiz Bowl consists of general trivia questions ranging over many topics. Competitions use a lock-out buzzer system in a competitive match.
  • Games take place on Tuesday evenings from October through January.  Practice schedule is yet to be set.  All students are welcome to play.
  • See Ms. Sonsara in Room 123 for more information.

Senior Honors Project


  • Students who have a 3.0 overall GPA for 4 years in high school may choose to spend the last 2 weeks of school in a work environment to learn more about a particular field.
  • There are several mandatory meetings prior to leaving for the Senior Honors project. Students must meet GPA requirements.
  • First meeting is held in December
  • Contact Mrs. Keener in Room 101

Student Council


  • Students help with school events such as: Homecoming, charity drives, and staff appreciation events.
  • Student councils are elected representatives of the student body that help with school activities and events.  There are weekly meetings.
  • See Mrs. Witkowski or Mrs. Salgot in the main office.