Student Clubs

A place for students to explore their interests and contribute to their communities.
For students, clubs are a way of finding their identity and expressing their interests, as well as fostering leadership. For faculty, it's a way of mentoring students and sharing interests outside the classroom. See the current list of clubs and mission statements below.

A

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  • AIF

  • Afri Club

    Mission Statement
    Afri-club's goal is to provide a resource to the LWHS community about Africa (specifically Senegal and Tanzania), and to share our experiences about our trip to Senegal.
  • Anime Club

    Mission Statement
    We aim to create a fun and inclusive space where everyone can enjoy anime together.
  • ASIA Club

    (aka Asian-American Students in Alliance)

    Mission Statement

    ASIA strives to be a tight-knit community where students of any race, ethnicity, or background can discuss and explore Asian-American issues, history, and identity while also supporting local and global Asian and Asian-American communities.

B

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  • Bridge Club

    Misson Statement
    Create an inclusive and fun atmosphere to challenge our brains and have a blast playing cards.
  • Broadcast Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to help and support students who want to work with, or to try out, audio and radio productions—a key factor in entertainment that mostly goes unnoticed!
  • Boys Volleyball Club

    Mission Statement
    Our goals is to garner enough support this spring to convince the administration to create a Boys Volleyball Team next semester.
  • Beekeeping Club

    Mission Statement
    Beekeeping Club is a place where students and faculty who are knowledgeable or interested in bees, beekeeping, and gardening can work together to maintain and support the hives and garden space on the LWHS campus.
  • Bike Club

    Mission Statement
    A place to exercise our passion about bicycles.
  • Black Student Union

    Mission Statement
    BSU will strive to foster a sense of community for all students. It will provide opportunities for students to express their views on current events like academics, culture, and campus life.
  • Body Empowerment Club (BEC)

    (aka BEC)

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to educate our community about the relevant issues and our concerns regarding body image and to engage club members in empowering activities.

C

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  • Choreo Club

    Mission Statement
    Choreo Club will provide a safe space for students to learn and teach dance choreography throughout the community. Students will be able to hone their dance skills and technique while at the same time sharing their talents with each other.
  • Cinema Club

    Mission Statement
    Celebrating student love for cinema.
  • Coloring Book Club

    Mission Statement
    Coloring Book Club strives to create a quiet and peaceful space for students to unwind and de-stress during the busy school year. As a club, we are committed to creating a welcoming group where all students can come together and find refuge by drawing.
  • Cartoon Club

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to provide a space for anyone and everyone to relax and relive the years of their early childhood. We find that it's important to remember that we (students especially) are still very much, children.
  • Cheer Club

    Mission Statement
    Cheer club is a cheerleading squad at LWHS that supports the school's varsity basketball teams and promotes school spirit and pride. Any student who is interested in cheerleading may join, no matter of gender, grade, abilities, previous experience or any other core identifier!
  • Classic Jams Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to create a place for students to go when they feel stressed about work and they just want to listen to some classic jams.
  • Coding Club


    Mission Statement
    We aim to create a community of dedicated coders so we can collaborate on projects and help each other solve problems.
  • Constitution Study Club

    Mission Statement
    Constitution Study Club seeks to train passionate, thoughtful citizens who can understand and discuss the impact of the Constitution on America.

D

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  • Desmos Club

    Mission Statement
    We aim to create a space where people of all mathematical abilities can come together in love of Desmos.
  • Dessert Club

    Mission Statement
    Dessert club brings together students interested in promoting and learning about the art of baking desserts. We create a space for students to take a break, relax, and enjoy delicious desserts.
  • Drone Club

    Mission Statement
    Educate LWHS on how to safely build and operate drones.

E

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  • Environmental Club

    Mission Statement
    The Environmental club will seek to raise awareness about environmental issues and engage in helping the environment through community service.

F

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  • FM

  • Future Business Leaders of America

    Mission Statement
    The Future Business Leaders of America aims to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Our chapter at LWHS will encourage students to explore the business field and provide opportunities for resources needed to learn.

G

List of 5 items.

  • Gold Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to teach people to embrace not only the hip hop music of the golden era but also the culture and how it inspired a new generation. Everyone can learn from old school hip hop whether they like the music or not.
  • Golf Club

    Mission Statement
    We are a club aimed at exposing the LWHS community to the wonderful game of golf. We are not a tournament driven club, we just want to teach the inexperienced how to golf and have fun. We value the social experience of golf and want to remove any incorrect preconceptions about the game by exposing the community to the game.
  • Gender Sexuality Awareness

    Mission Statement
    To work with allies in order to make LWHS an inclusive and safe space for all LGBTQIA+ people, as well as educating people about LGBTQIA+ history, terminology, and culture. We will work with student leaders and administrators around the school to make LWHS the safest place it can be for people of all sexualities, gender identities, and gender expressions. We will plan events, work with other AM clubs, and provide education about LGBTQIA+ issues to the LWHS community.
  • Girls Who Code

    Mission Statement
    Girls Who Code club’s mission is to expose female-identifying people to computer science and on a larger scale, to close the gender gap in technology fields.
  • Grow Our Own Food Initiative

    Mission Statement
    The purpose of this club is to bring awareness to the LWHS community about where our food comes from and how we can strive to make it more sustainable. To accomplish this goal, the club that will build aeroponic towers to grow and harvest food for Ann Maisel Café. This hands-on experience will teach students how to design and manufacture in the shops and how to cultivate food.

H

List of 3 items.

  • Harry Potter Club

    Mission Statement
    Our goal is to provide a space for anyone interested in Harry Potter to come together and participate in discussions, analyzations, activities, and games of and related to the Harry Potter universe.
  • History Club

  • HQ Club

    Mission Statement
    HQ Club strives towards victory one question at a time—valuing teamwork, appreciation for trivial knowledge, donations towards those in need, and really good Wifi.

I

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  • Investing Club

    Mission Statement
    Through the investing of public equities, we strive to educate our members and ourselves to be financially responsible and spread financial knowledge to the LWHS community.

J

List of 2 items.

  • Jewish Student Union (JSU)

    Mission Statement
    Jewish Student Union aims to celebrate and examine Jewish identity and culture by leading club and school-wide discussions, sharing holidays, and collaborating with other affinity groups to promote discussion of common experiences.
  • JSA (Junior State of America) Debate Club

    Mission Statement
    We give our peers the opportunity to think critically about current global and local political issues, through debates, discussions, and state-wide conventions run by JSA, a national student-run debate/model congress organization.

K

List of 2 items.

  • Kaba Club

    Mission Statement
    KABA strives to promote unity and appreciation of the Filipino culture by bringing awareness and knowledge of various Filipino traditions and customs to the community.
  • KIVA Club

    Mission Statement
    KIVA is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of micro-finance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. By teaching LWHS students about micro-financing, we hope the community learns about more ways to give back to the world.

L

List of 2 items.

  • Latinos Unidos

    Mission Statement
    Latinos Unidos aims to build a safe space for Latin@ students to discuss their own cultural identities and to celebrate and encourage diversity in its many forms.
  • LWOW

    Mission Statement
    We strive to create a safe, feminist space within the LWHS community for community members to share opinions and experiences. Meetings encompass informal discussions, event planning, and feminist-friendly projects.

M

List of 5 items.

  • Main Squeeze Smoothies

    Mission Statement
    We want you to enjoy a yummy-in-your tummy, healthy smoothie!
  • Math Club

    Mission Statement
    The mission of the Math Wizards Club is to foster a community around a common interest in mathematics. Club members will have opportunities to apply and improve math skills by participating in friendly math competitions and learn cool problem-solving strategies that would not typically be learned in a traditional math class. Members will also be able to collaborate to solve interesting and challenging math problems accessible at all math levels.

    The Math Club members will learn about interesting careers in math-related fields and engage in activities that promote the appreciation and pursuit of mathematics.
  • Medical Awareness and Support Club

    (aka MASC)

    Mission Statement
    MASC is a medical support and awareness club for the LWHS community where students and faculty can share their experiences with medical conditions and have the opportunity to help raise awareness and fundraise for certain medical organizations.

  • Model United Nations

    Mission Statement
    Model United Nations aims to create a space where members can learn and practice skills of diplomacy and negotiation in the Model UN format. In doing this, we hope to facilitate discussion about current events and issues around the world.
  • The Muses

    Mission Statement
    The Muses strive to provide an empowering environment for young women who love to sing.

N

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O

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  • Ocean Bowl

    Mission Statement
    Our mission is to create a space for those who are interested in learning about oceanography that is both friendly and intellectually challenging. We push our members to pursue higher and higher levels of knowledge while trying to make apparent the importance of the ocean to our members and the LWHS community.

P

List of 4 items.

  • Physics

    Mission Statement
    Physics club hopes to make physics exciting. To enliven curiosity in students about the world around them and provide an outlet for students to share common questions, ideas, and interests in physics.
  • Pancake Club

    Mission Statement
    A rad club with a delicious purpose, LWHS' Pancake Club develops the bellies of hungry students from all walks of life, inspiring them to become lifelong pancake lovers who contribute to the world with confidence and a zeal for breakfast foods.
  • Philosophy Club

    Mission Statement
    We want to explore and exercise new ways of thinking in the LWHS community through philosophical inquiry. A clever man once said that the only thing we require to be good philosophers is the faculty of wonder, for wisest are those who know they do not know. Philosophy is an overlooked subject in modern life but it’s still very important because it teaches the art of questioning and reasoning for its own sake.
  • Play Like a Girl (Formerly FAIR)

    Mission Statement
    Play Like a Girl strives to educate the community about female athletes throughout history while honoring and recognizing current female athletes and their achievements, and serve as an inclusive environment to discuss various issues and inequalities surrounding female athletes on a global and local scale.

Q

List of 1 items.

R

List of 2 items.

  • Rock Climbing Club

    Mission Statement
    A place for people to continue to climb after Frosh year. Why have a rock wall if students use it only one semester out of their eight at LWHS?
  • Robotics Club

    Mission Statement
    We are a robotics team that welcomes students of all experience levels. Together we will work to create a robot completely from scratch. No idea is too big to achieve!

S

List of 6 items.

  • South Asian Middle Eastern Club

    (aka SAME)

    Mission Statement
    We want to create an inclusive space where South Asian and Middle Eastern students can gather to discuss issues directly affecting them, both inside and outside of LWHS. We also want to expose the larger community to South Asian and Middle Eastern culture.
  • Surf Club

    Mission Statement
    Surf Club was created in order to create a community of surfers at LWHS that just want to find others like them, to try a new hobby, and to have a good time in the water.
  • SURJ

  • Sewing Club

    Mission Statement
    The mission of sewing club is to promote individual creativity through sewing and fabrications using fabric. Additionally, sewing club provides a low stress, low commitment environment for students to explore sewing for the first time.
  • Social Change Book Club

    Mission Statement
    The mission of the Social Change Book Club is to raise awareness about social justice issues through reading, then developing related actions toward positive change in the world.
  • Songwriting Club

    Mission Statement
    Songwriters’ Club aims to provide a space for students to learn about the craft and business of songwriting, meet and collaborate with fellow musicians, and express their creativity through the music of various genres.

T

List of 3 items.

  • Tabletop Games Club

    Mission Statement
    Come have fun with the Tabletop Games Club! Like D&D? Like people? This is the club for you! We sit around and play D&D.
  • Tea Lords

    Mission Statement
    To create a safe space at LWHS where students from all grades and backgrounds can come together, socialize, and enjoy tea.
  • Tigers' Jeopardy

    Mission Statement
    We want to create a fun, relaxing, entertaining, and educational environment for LWHS students. We want students to have fun and learn something about simple topics that range from science to current events by playing jeopardy games.

U

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V

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W

List of 2 items.

  • WE Club

    Mission Statement
    In the club we will be fundraising for the WE organization along with other organizations that are important to us, trying to host at least one major fundraiser each month. Also, we plan to provide opportunities to volunteer in the community and publicize different giving opportunities for our peers. We hope to make the world a better place and help change the lives of children who are not as fortunate as us.
  • The Waves

    Mission Statement
    We are a coed a Capella group who strive to provide a student-run environment for experienced singers in the LWHS community.

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Contact

List of 1 members.

  • Christine Godinez 

    Director of Student Inclusion, Leadership and Civic Engagement



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