Lutheran High School
of St. Charles County

Clubs


Lutheran High offers a large variety of clubs and activities for our students.  They meet on a weekly or bi-weekly basis during Prim Time, after school, and in the evenings.  Meeting reminders are given in the daily announcements.  Over 90% of our students are involved in a t least one of the following groups.  Each club/activity staff member is also listed.  

Art Club

Promotes creativity, appreciation, and the advancement of artistic skills through a variety of activities including drawing, painting, digital photography, sculpture and more. Sponsor: Mrs. Amber Maddick

Book Club

This group selects and reads one book per month which they then discuss. Sponsor: Mrs. Joy Wisa

Chapel Band

A musical group that leads the student body in singing during chapel using a contemporary style of music.  This group rehearses weekly and leads chapel music on an average of once every two weeks.  Members include vocalists, acoustic, electric, and bass guitar players pianists, violinists, and drummers.  Membership in the chapel band is by audition only.  Sponsor: Pastor Jonathan Clausing

Creative Writing

A student led club that meets to share, discuss and critique each other’s creative writing learning from one another in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Sponsor: Mrs. Rachel Lail

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Students/athletes gather in Huddles for Fellowship (Providing positive interactions), Growth (through Bible Study and Discussions), Outreach (sharing Christian faith with others) and Service (serving others through community projects and church involvement).  Students do not need to attend every meeting to be a part of this fellowship.  Sponsors: Mrs. Sandy Von Deylen

Future Business Leaders of America

Provides opportunities for students in business education to develop vocational and career competencies and promotes civic and personal responsibilities through service projects and leadership opportunities. Sponsor: Mrs. Amy Klein

Iron Sharpens Iron

A group of young men that assists in chapel and meets twice monthly for bible study.  Any high school age male may attend the bible study, and the older members of the group (juniors and seniors) take turns leading the spoken liturgy during chapel. Sponsor: Pastor Jonathan Clausing

Key Club

A group open to all students interested in service activities with a focus on leadership and community service specifically directed towards children. Key Club meets bi-weekly.  A small fee applies.  Sponsor: Mr. Ed Staude

Kingdom Workers

Students with potential interest in professional church work. Sponsor: Pastor Jonathan Clausing

National Honor Society

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors demonstrating academic, service, character and leadership skills. Membership is by invitation only, with an induction ceremony in late fall.  Service hours are required throughout the school year.  Sponsor: Mr. William Roundey

Pep Club

LHS Pep Club is a club open to all students who want to help build school spirit. This is a club for students who want to cheer on their classmates and support all sports teams on campus.  Pep Club members enjoy BBQ’s (or chili dinners in the winter months) before select games and events.  Sponsor: Allison Patton

The Roboteers, the LHS robotics team

Robotics 14-15

Students interested in science, technology, engineering, design, and business. In addition to science and technology, skills in teamwork, communication, and marketing are all nurtured through the activities of this group. During the “build season”, when the team prepares for competition, they will work six days a week for four to five hours a day outside of school. What a commitment and passion these students (and advisors) have for robotics! In its inaugural year, the team finished 9th out of 44 teams. See the team in action courtesy of Boeing: http://www.boeing.com/boeing/Features/2014/04/bds_first_robotics_04_23_14.page. Sponsors: Mr. David Zilz and Mr. Kevin Sheck

Scholar Bowl

Scholar Bowl Schedule 2013-14

Students compete against other schools in answering pyramidal questions in differing categories, including science, mathematics, social studies, communication arts, sports, entertainment, and current events. Sponsor: Mr. Michael Flandermeyer

Sister Cities Program

Students from German classes who host a German student and then spend two weeks with them in Germany over the summer. Sponsor: Mrs. Stephanie Tieman

Student Ambassadors

Selected returning students are involved in activities to help assimilate new freshmen students and transfers into the LHS student body. Sponsor: Mrs. Rachel Schenck

Student Council

Freshmen Election Information   Freshmen Stuco Application

Composed of class officers and other student elected leaders responsible for school social activities. Elections for freshmen are held at the beginning of the school year.  Meetings are held bi-weekly.  Sponsor: Mr. Doug Kuhlmann and Ms. Jennifer Brauer

Teens for Life

Students taking a pro-life stance concerning abortion and valuing the sanctity of all life. Sponsor: Pastor Jonathan Clausing

Theatre Club

Students involved in theatre productions at LHS. Productions are held each Fall, Winter, and Spring.  Students may tryout for parts in the production or serve on the stage crew.  Sponsor: Mrs. Rachel Lail

Thespians

International honorary organization for students who excel in various aspects of theater. Activities include group gatherings, attending the Missouri State Thespian Conference, and seeing local theatrical productions. Sponsor: Mrs. Rachel Lail

Third Edge

Through group discussions, we slice, dice, and chop today’s Political issues until we arrive at the best solution to America’s problems.  We believe America needs a new platform, an American platform, and although we each have our own political leanings on certain issues, we are united in our belief that American politics has become too polarized. Sponsor: Mr. Ed Staude