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    LVS Clubs 

    A great way to get connected with your fellow LVHS students is by participating in our clubs. These sessions are hosted virtually and typically meet on Fridays.  Links are in the Google LVS 9-12 calendar.  You can also view the dates/times on the activity calendar located on the LVS 9-12 website.

    Below are descriptions of the clubs at LVHS - which one(s) is perfect for you?

    AMP Club
    AMP Club:  AMP Club is the Art, Music, and Poetry/Photography Club. We are a group of creative individuals who enjoy anything involving the Fine Arts. The 2nd Friday of each month is Art Open Studio. Students will gain inspiration from artists across the globe and different eras. The 4th Friday of each month is Open Mic. Students will get the opportunity to share their musical and writing talents over the mic. There are a variety of activities including hands on projects, virtual tours, and special guest artists.  Participants can choose to share their own artistic expressions and endeavors in a safe and supportive environment.

    Coffee House Night
    Coffee House Night is hosted by AMP Club where it is a night to showcase our students’ talents (Art, Music, Poetry, Photography, etc.) in a virtual classroom. Both Middle School and High School students are invited to attend to showcase their talents with their fellow students.

    Counselor Led Groups
    Groups are offered during the year; for instance there may be some six week groups on anxiety, mindfulness, motivation or other social emotional subjects, and some groups may take place each week throughout the year if there is student interest.

    e-Cybermission
    Students in grades 6-9 may earn dollars in savings bonds by attempting to solve an actual problem using math and science! Teams of three to four students in the same grade level with recommendations from teachers form a team, choose a problem of interest, and then use the scientific method to test their solution.

    Game Club

    Game Club is a fun club where we explore various online gaming sites, STEM activities, Hour of Code, Whiteboard game, Game Design challenges and Minecraft. We invite you to join us if you love technology and gaming. 

    Griffin Den Talk
    This is a time once a week for students to come together virtually and chat.  Students can visit and make new friends while monitored by teachers. 

    GSA
    GSA is the Gender Sexuality Alliance Club that is an open and safe place for ALL students. GSAs are school clubs in which students can talk and learn about sexual orientation, gender identity, and some of the issues that surround them. They’re set up just like any other student group, with a faculty advisor and regular meetings.  Everyone is welcome—lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) students, as well as straight students, students with LGBTQQ families, and students who don’t have or need a label for their sexual orientations or gender identities.

    Hour of Code
    The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Both Middle School and High School students are invited to attend in a virtual classroom.

    Maker Faire
    This club is for students who love using creativity to invent and try new ideas relating to a variety of fields such as engineering, science, math, art, etc.  The group will meet monthly to experiment and share other ideas and interests.

    NHS
    The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.  Membership in NHS is by invitation only. 

    Prayer, Bible, Jesus (PB&J)
    PB&J is a student-led, inspirational group that meets once a month. During meetings, discussions center around real-life issues and how they apply to daily living. The group also seeks ways to inspire others through community outreach projects. All are welcome! 

    Student Council
    Student Council's mission is to create the strongest, most involved and active school community. It works to enhance student life, build school spirit and pride, strengthen the overall school and contribute to charitable causes and to the community. Independently and in collaboration with various school groups: it initiates, sponsors and directs school and social events, activities, campaigns and programs from the student perspective. Annually it strives to create both a fun and memorable school year and to ultimately leave a legacy for future councils to build upon.

    Writers’ Place Club
    The Writers’ Place Club is a place where writers can express their thoughts and feelings on paper. A variety of writing exercises are performed during club meetings, and the group works to publish a book each year.  If you have a story inside of you just dying to get out, and love writing, this is the place for you.

    World Language Club 
    World Language Club celebrates and explores French and Latino cultures, foods, film, crafts, history, and language!  Each week has a different theme. The first Friday of the month explores French Culture. The second Friday explores Hispanic and Latino culture. The 3rd Friday is a French Conversation café where we practice chatting all in French! The 4th Friday is Spanish Conversation café where we will practice conversing in Spanish! Venez tous nombreux! ¡Únanse a nosotros!