Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
Advisor: Miss Meaghan Simms
In order to provide a high quality education for students!
Advisors: Lt. Colonel David Koonce, Command Sergeant Major Bobby Neal
JROTC’s mission is to motivate young people to be better citizens. Through a military structure students learn about discipline and work ethic.
Drill Team – Monday-Thursday: 2:10-3:20pm
Raider Team – Tuesdays and Thursdays: 3:30-4:45pm
Our website: www.jrotclhs.com
Advisor: Ms. Amy Chapman
We gain an active appreciation and understanding of the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome, thereby better enabling us as individuals to interpret and appraise our own world. We have a sound structure which provides a sound basis for expansion of our horizons and perspectives, intellectually, socially, and esthetically. We have a viable organization which can effectively create in others a sense of awareness, interest and appreciation as far as the value of the classics is concerned.
Meeting as needed (usually on Wednesdays)
National Honor Society
Advisor: Mrs. Allison Westberry
National Honor Society teaches students leadership, service, character and much more during their time involved. The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization in the United States which may consist of many chapters in high schools. Selection may be based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The National Honor Society might require some sort of service to the community, school, or other organizations.National Honor Society groups are commonly active in community service activities both in the community and at the school. In addition, NHS chapters typically elect officers, who, under the supervision of the chapter adviser, coordinate and manage the chapter as a student organization.
NHS members offer tutoring every Thursday from 2:15-2:45 PM in N132
Advisors: Mrs. Veronica Dolson & Mr. Eddy Guzman
The Purpose of the Spanish Club is to introduce students to Spanish culture and language.
First Tuesday of every month right after school.
Advisors: Mrs. Shelly Wilt & Mrs. Elizabeth Schultz
To serve as a forum through which students can express suggestions and work with the administration and faculty of LHS to seek change and development. Also this club gives students a practical and productive means through which to develop democratic ideals and leadership abilities. Students plan and sponsor wholesome activities for the student body. Also students settle disputes and regulate activities of campus organizations.
Senior Class Advisor: Mrs. Robin Sechrest
Junior Class Advisor: Ms. Shavia Haynes
Sophomore Class Advisor: Mrs. Carrie Toreky
Freshman Class Advisor: Mrs. Louise Spresser
The first Monday of each month
Technology Student Association (TSA)
Advisor: Ms. Jennifer Ivey
Technology Student Association (TSA) is an international organization that fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs. The club meets formally once a month, but informally with club members working to research, build and collaborate on projects and preparation for competition on their own schedule. Scholarships are available, as TSA State Competition brings together STEM students from across Florida, with students qualifying for Nationals moving on to compete with students across the U.S., its territories and a few countries in Europe.
Advisor: Mrs. Samantha McFadden
High school students tutor elementary students one-on-one in reading at Dixieland Elementary School.
Meeting one day per week (TBD) for a total of 24 meetings.
Youth in Government
Model Government System to learn how state government works in all branches of government, legislative, judicial, executive, as well as the press. Students learn how debate ideas, not people.
Meeting at the South YMCA every Thursday night at 6:30 pm.