Whether you are an incoming freshman, a transfer from another school, or any student currently attending LBHS, you should be aware of the fact that there are a wide variety of clubs you could join. Each club provides an outlet to spark your interests with others and explore something that may sound cool. Becoming involved in a club also aids your resume when applying for college. In other words, being involved in clubs now will benefit you later in life!
Does a sudden surge of inspiration course through your veins when you hear or read the word “create”? Artists can find sanctuary after school on alternating Tuesdays in room 105 at Palette Club as well as Fragments on Fridays in room 231. Writers, poets, photographers can also be a part of Fragments and contribute to the magazine which is released towards the end of the school year.
Are you more of a fan of clothing and style rather than a writer, poet, or photographer? Then fashion club is for you! They meet on alternating Tuesdays in room 236.
If you are into politics and seeing how change is developed and put into action, LBHS has a variety of clubs to offer. The Freshman (room 259), Sophomore (room 259), Junior (room 245) and Senior classes (upper auditorium) meet on Wednesdays from 3-4 PM. Student Government meets on Tuesdays from 3-4 PM in the upper auditorium.
Does culture arouse your interests? African American Club meets on alternate Thursdays in room 231. Asian Culture Club meets on alternate Thursdays in room 213. Both of these clubs meet from 3-4 PM and are not limited to those of a certain culture. In other words, anyone can join and explore the different traditions of either of these clubs.
Do you ever feel like a bookworm? Book Club is the sanctuary for all bookworms! They meet in room 214 rom 3-4 PM on alternate Tuesdays/Fridays.
Are you maybe more of a passionate person when it come to acting and singing on stage in front of a live audience? Then you should join Drama Production! They meet from September to November in the auditorium Monday through Thursday.
Have you ever been one to always help out whenever you can? Or maybe you just need to rack up some NHS hours. Regardless of you drive to help people to live better, you should know that LBHS can help you to do so!
ASPIRA is part of the SJK foundation and supports students attempting to attend college on limited funds. They meet on Thursdays in room 213 from 3-4 PM. Key Club also meets on Thursdays from 3-4 PM, but in room 243.
Do you always possess the thirst for adventure? The Adventuralists meets on Fridays in room 343 from 3-4 PM. They take part in hiking, skiing, and fundraising. Last year they raised money for Syrian refugees in the Middle East and Europe.
Has anyone ever told you that you should be a lawyer or even a politician? Even if they haven’t, Model Congress (debate club) is a place where different, fictional bills are discussed and argued against/for by a large group of students who help you to mold your public speaking skills.
Are you and advocate of the voices that go unheard? Do you stand up for those who are bullied and take part/desire to take part in efforts to prevent this pandemic that has found its way into schools across the world? At Anti-Bullying Club you can do so. They meet on alternate Thursdays from 3-4 PM in room 228. If you are specifically an advocate of the LGBTQ community, the Gay/Straight Alliance meets on Wednesdays form 3-4 PM in room 304.
If math is incredibly easy (at least for you) and you are proficient at different types of it, you are eligible for the Math Club where students train and go to competitions to demonstrate their elite math skills. They meet on alternate Thursdays from 3-4 PM in room 213
Have you always dreamed of being a Rockette or maybe you are just a fan of taking part in entertaining group activities? Then Kickline Club is the place to be! They meet in the cafeteria from 3-4 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays (seasonal).
Do you want to be a part in allowing for the memories at LBHS to last forever? The get involved in Echo Yearbook! They meet on Thursdays and Fridays from 3-4 PM in room 105 (photo lab).
If you are a senior, you can also get involved in Senior Prom Committee on Wednesdays in the upper auditorium from 3-4 PM.
Are you missing first and/or second period to shred the gnar? Do you constantly wonder about the surf report? I think its obvious, Surf Team is for you! Contact Mr. Balsamo in room 218 or Mr. Cambell in room 231! Surf Club however differs from Surf Team. At Surf Club you take part in environmental conservation and other activities that help you the world. They meet on alternate Wednesdays from 3-4 PM in room 231.
On Wednesdays from 3-4 PM in room 218, The Tide Newspaper meets to develop ideas and make further efforts to enhance the quality of your school news. Joining the Tide gives you an opportunity to demonstrate your writing skills writing about topics you want to share with your school including everything from local events to topics that interest you. You could be writing articles like this one and even more!
That is a whole lot to chew on, but narrow down what you truly desire to become a part of and go for it!