LHS Clubs Could Fulfill Any Interest You Might Have.

LHS Clubs Could Fulfill Any Interest You Might Have.

Max Rotino and Declan Southard

Joining a new club can be intimidating at first but, with the welcoming environment the members create, you’ll feel at home in no time.

Lakeridge High School clubs this year range from all different kinds of interests and hobbies. From Ping-pong Club to a math help club, it seems that this year is especially diverse in interest.

New clubs include surf & sea club, and nature club. However, if you don’t like these newer clubs or any of the clubs available, you can create your own. 

The process of creating a club is fairly simple. It all depends on if the club you are creating is a returning club or a new club. To reinstate a club you receive and fill out the form for returning clubs. If the club is new you fill out a different form specifically for new clubs. Both forms can be found outside Mrs. Murphy’s office. After you fill out the form it will run through ASB and they will decide if the club gets made or not.

Students can have a club that serves whatever interest they want (as long as it’s school-appropriate) and can have discussions, make projects, and do different kinds of activities depending on the club they join.

We talked to equity council member, Emory Guyer, about these interests, “Students can have a club that serves whatever interest they want (as long as it’s school appropriate). They can have discussions, make projects, and have different kinds of activities depending on the club they join.”

“There is no demographic, anyone can join,” Guyer states. “Anyone can join, that’s the purpose of the club.”