LHS Clubs & Organizations
2023-2024 School Year
Aviation Club – Advisor: Mr. Hatcher
Aviation Club is a program for students interested in all aspects of aeronautics. Our club has a “hands on” Position to aviation. We have partnered up with a local flight school located at the CDA airport (KCOE), No Limits Aviation. For every 10 hours of aircraft maintenance a club member puts in they give you 1 hour of free flight training in a Cessna 172. Your hours doing maintenance and flight are logged and count towards your A&P license counts towards your pilot’s license. We also meet and take tours of different parts of the airport. Meets Thursdays after school in the commons and Saturday at the airport from 9am –1pm.
Bowling – Advisor: Laura Whitesitt
The bowling club aims to enhance the sport of bowling in the Lakeland School District. We will do this by giving young people the opportunity to improve their skills in bowling and to compete against other clubs/schools in Idaho.
Business Professionals of America – Advisor: Mrs. Nelson / Assistant Advisor: Chad Parsons
Business Professionals of America (BPA) promotes leadership and development of business knowledge and skills. Activities include a service project a year, 1-2 social activities a year, and regional / state competitions. Competitive events include Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Web Design, Speaking Events, Accounting, Banking, Finance, Business Law, Parliamentary Procedure, Global Marketing, Accounting, Computer Network Tech., and more.
Creative Writing Club: Advisor: Mrs. Letzig
Meets Wednesdays from to give students opportunities to learn how to better express their creativity. Meets Wednesdays from 2:15-3:315 in room 29.
Drama – Advisor: Mrs. Knoll
Lakeland High School offers students the opportunity to participate in drama productions as a part of the drama class. After school plays and skits are offered from time to time that are available to all students. In the fall, there is a drama contest offered by the IHSAA that is open to all students.
eSports – Advisor: Mr. Hutson
To promote competitive and fun playing of eSports against other schools/teams.
FCCLA – Advisor: Mrs. Nave
FCCLA stands for Family, Career, Community, and Leaders of America. This club provides a great opportunity to get involved in community service. There is opportunity to compete at the regional, state and national levels in a variety of areas. Power of One is an in class activity that counts as an FCCLA project.
FFA – Advisor: Mrs. Kelley
FFA is a dynamic youth organization that prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education & hands-on experience. FFA is an intra-curricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.
French Club – Advisor: Mrs. Asher
The French club aims to promote learning the French language and culture through activities, discussions, and projects. This club is to be a place where French students can enjoy French culture and practice speaking.
Game Club – Advisor: Mr. Vieira and Mr. Hutson
Play popular board games like Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Forbidden Island, Splendor, and more. Role Playing Games (RPG’s) help inspire creativity, encourages teamwork, increases problem solving skills, sharpens improvisational skills, Games played include Dungeons & Dragons, Dungeon Crawl Classics, and more. Meets Mondays in the library from 2:15 – 4:00pm.
Human Rights Club – Advisor:
This is a club that provides a space where students can discuss important topics around the nature of Human Rights and to bring awareness to our student community to these issues.
Idaho Drug Free Youth – Advisor:
IDFY is a prevention program designed by and for teenagers who have made the choice to be alcohol, tobacco, and drug free. IDFY was born out of the idea that it takes a personal commitment to lead a drug-free lifestyle. One of IDFY’s main purposes is to promote positivity throughout LHS.
Key Club – Advisor: Mrs. Bevacqua
Service Club that provides students with an opportunity to understand the value of giving back to their community.
Lakeland Cares Club – Advisor: Mrs. Bevacqua
Lakeland Cares Club members are learning how to lead and to stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. High school students are making a positive impact as they serve clothes in their school and community.
Model United Nations – Advisor: Mrs. Heacock
Students step into the shoes of world leaders working together to solve global challenges. They represent different countries, learn how to research, practice public speaking, have a ton of fun, and grow into confident student leaders who are prepared for college, internships, and their future careers. Meets Thursdays after school in room 5. Students must be able to attend the MUN Conference in Boise January 19 - 21st, 2023.
National Honor Society – Advisor: Mr. Vieira
NHS recognizes and encourages excellence in academics, leadership, character, and service achievement. The ideals of scholarship, character, service, and leadership are the qualities required to attain membership in NHS. To be scholastically eligible, students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or above and be in at least the second semester of their freshman year.
Pep Band – Advisor: Mr. Sescilla
Pep Band is open to students within the music program at LHS. Pep Band performs at many home (and possibly state) sporting events.
Quiz Bowl – Advisor:
Quiz Bowl prepares students to participate in the University of Idaho Math Competition. If there are other available competitions we would also compete in those. Students will solve math problems in groups of 2-4 to help prepare them for a math competition against other area high school teams.
Shop Club – Advisor: Mr. Pettit
Shop Club is run through SkillsUSA, which is an organization that strives "to empower members to become world-class workers, leaders, and responsible American citizens." Students are prepared for and can participate in regional, state, and national SkillsUSA events in Welding, Welding Fabrication, and leadership events. Enrollment in an Industrial Mechanics course qualifies you for Shop Club.
Speech Team – Advisor: Mrs. C. Hall
Compete at IHSSA district and state competitions. See Mrs. Hall in room 26 for to join this exciting team!
Student Council – Advisor: Mrs. Knoll
Student Council is the governing body for students of LHS. Members of this group are elected in the spring by the student body and their respective classes. Student Council members take leadership class and are in charge of such activities as Homecoming, Battle for the Paddle, Prom, Food Drive, etc.
Young Life – Advisor: Will Griffin; Community Director, Rathdrum
email@example.com / 208-417-2336
Young Life is a club for everyone! It is a place for you to hang-out and build relationships. We hope that you will experience adventure and awe as you encounter the person of Jesus Christ. There will be opportunities to go to summer camps and do service projects as well. Young Life believes that every person is valuable and longs to have adults who are willing to accept them for who they are. Meeting Wednesdays starting in October.