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Irina Stan & Jeff Newton
Are you passionate about STEM and curious about the possibilities of science? Join Students For Science and discover thrilling labs, science fairs, and independent research opportunities that will empower you to explore the different scientific disciplines with creativity and critical thinking. Students For Science provides an inclusive environment where everyone can discover, learn, and pursue their purpose with a passion for science.
Mondays 3:15-4:00p in Room C238
The Diversity Ambassadors strive to create a sense of belonging for all students at Lakes Community High School and the surrounding community. We focus on representing each heritage month, service projects, and run the new cultural fair at the end of the year. If you want to help create an inclusive environment in the school and meet new friends, join us!
Mondays 3:15- 4:15pm
Lauren Olson & Lauren Aguiña
Fun way for students to show off their knowledge of school topics and more! Categories include math, science, literature, fine arts, geography, history, greek mythology and much much more.
Mondays: practice after school 3:15-4:15 C322 Competitions: Wednesdays November - January after school
Color Guard (Fall)
Color Guard uses flags, rifles, sabres and dance to bring the marching band music to life. The team performs with the marching band at parades, halftime at football games, and competitions.
Wednesdays from 6:00PM-8:30PM
Color Guard (Winter) (combined with ACHS)
Winter Guard is a competitive, indoor performance based activity. The team spins flags, rifles, and sabres combined with dance to create a theatrical production. The team is made up of students from both Antioch Community High School and Lakes Community High School and competes under the name: District 117 Winter Guard.
Typically we have practice on Wednesdays 6PM-9PM and either Saturday or Sunday 11AM-6PM. Weekend days/times are subject to change.
Caitlin O'Grady & Kelly Ruchti
FCCLA: Family Career and Community Leaders of America. Come make new friends! We do service projects together, cook, and bake at meetings! Students in the club also have the opportunity to compete at FCCLA regional competitions in different events like cookie/cake decorating, apparel and design, public speaking and lots more!
Every other Thursday afterschool until 4pm in the Foods Room
Future Business Leaders of America
Brian Phelan & Lauren Olson
Students interested in honing their math skills and competing against students from other schools both locally and statewide should join the Math Team. Competition is held at all levels, freshman through senior, and includes individual, relay team, two -and eight-person teams, calculator team, and oral presentation. Math Team members interact academically and socially with students of other communities throughout the region and state.
Tuesdays after school for an hour
Archery is a club where students of all levels of experience can meet to learn the fundamentals of shooting and hone their skills. No previous experience or equipment required!
Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 (Aug-Oct, Apr-May)