Lebanon High School

Lebanon High School Clubs and Activities

Lebanon High School offers a wide variety of extracurricular clubs and activities for student involvement. The list below offers a brief description of each, please contact an advisor for more details.

Academic Quiz Team - A winter season activity. Competitions against other GWOC schools are held. Competition topics cover history, government, geography, literature, science, mathematics and current events. Please contact Ms. Harris for more information,  harris.terri@lebanonschools.org, or on Twitter @Harris85Terri

AFJROTC - The Air Force Junior ROTC program at Lebanon High School is a 4 year program for high school students and compromises of a classroom based curriculum, in addition to extracurricular activities. Each class contains three components: Aerospace Science, Leadership Education and Wellness Education. There is NO military commitment for enrolling in AFJROTC. Please contact SMSgt Nielsen for more information, nielsen.eilene@lebanonschools.org.

AFJROTC Drill Team - The Air Force Junior ROTC Drill Team at Lebanon High School is an optional activity in the AFJROTC program. You must be enrolled in an AFJROTC class to be eligible to participate on the drill team. Practices are before school in the mornings and the competition season is August-April. Please contact  SMSgt Nielsen for more information, nielsen.eilene@lebanonschools.org.

American Sign Language Club - The American Sign Language Club provides opportunities for students to learn about sign language, to improve their sign language skills, to learn about and experience deaf culture and to have fun. We are here to provide opportunities for the hearing and deaf communities to communicate and socialize together. Students of any level and ability are welcome. Please contact Mrs. Savage for more information, savage.emily@lebanonschools.org.

Card/Board Game Club - This club is all about playing card and board games. If it doesn't use electricity and doesn't involve gambling then bring your game! Most popular games have been RISK, Magic the Gathering, Yugioh, Munchkins and more. Please contact Mr. Halsey for more information, halsey.austin@lebanonschools.org.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes - FCA meets every before school one day per week. Through messages shared by student leaders and guest speakers, this is a great opportunity for students to grow in their faith and impact their community. For more information please contact Mr. Back, back.frank@lebanonschools.org.

Film Club - This is a club for anyone who likes movies and is interested in learning how to make their own. We learn about the art of film-making and take on a new project every month. For more information please contact Mr. Kuhn, kuhn.will@lebanonschools.org.

French Club - The French Club hosts meetings and a variety of activities to celebrate the cultural diversity of France and other francophone countries. Meetings are twice a month and field trips are sometimes held. Please contact Mrs. Leever for more information, leever.michelle@lebanonschools.org and on Instagram lhs_french_club.

Future Business Leaders of America - Lebanon FBLA has a strong tradition of preparing students for "real world" professional experiences. Members have the opportunity to compete in the state leadership conference in March. Meetings are the first and third Fridays of the month. For more information, please contact Mr. Back, back.frank@lebanonschools.org and on Twitter @FBLA_LebanonHS.

Future Teachers of America - FTA is open to any 9th-12th grade student who may be interested in going into the field of education. It is also for students interested in tutoring younger students throughout the year. Meetings are the third Thursday of the month. Please contact Mrs. Duning for more information, duning.coni@lebanonschools.org.

Gamers Guild - A club for gamers of all types! Board games, card games, video games, dice games and D&D. Please see Ms. Culbertson for more information, culbertson.jenny@lebanonschools.org.

Global Media - This is a course, open to upperclass students, with auditions in February. Students produce a daily news show along with skits and creative original videos and make TeamTV, a monthly show you’ll see in TEAM. Students can act, write, or provide technical skills in our state-of-the-art studio environment. Please see Mr. Kuhn for more information, kuhn.william@lebanonschools.org and find us on Twitter @drakeroadpro and online at https://vimeo.com/drakeroadproductions.

Gender-Sexuality Alliance - a safe environment for students to express their gender and/or sexuality and learn about LGBT+ matters. Allies welcome. Please see Mrs. Hogan for more information, hogan.paula@lebanonschools.org

Japanese Art and Culture Club - JACC studies Japanese culture and life through drawing, learning the language of Japanese, learning about customs and watching Anime. We also do service projects with Miller Ecological Park to support their work with their sister park in Ishinomaki, Japan.

Junior Council of World Affairs - JCOWA is a club that debates and and engages in getting to better understand the world around us. Topics range from economics, politics, religion, culture, global issues, conflict, war to ending world hunger. For more information please contact Mr. McCarty, mccarty.daniel@lebanonschools.org.

Key Club - The LHS Key Club meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month. We are a community service organization. A few of our activities include preparing snacks at the Ronald McDonald House, preparing meals with Hands Against Hunger and collecting thousands of shoes to support micro-businesses in Haiti. Please see Mrs. Hencey (Osborne) for more information, osborne.alissa@lebanonschools.org.

Lebanon Robotics Club - Working with FIRST Tech Challenge, students use engineering skills to design and build a robot to complete an assigned task. STEM concepts are used to design, build and program the robot for local competitions. 

LHS Art and Portfolio Club - The LHS Art and Portfolio Club is an organization dedicated to students who are interested in the visual arts. Students will use their artistic talent to create work for themselves as well as community service-based projects. In addition, Juniors and Seniors who are interested in pursuing the fine arts after high school will have the opportunity to assemble an admissions portfolio with guidance of the instructor. Please see Mr. Kuntz for more information, kuntz.deron@lebanonschools.org.

National Honor Society - The Lebanon Chapter of The National Honor Society consists of a group of teacher-selected students with a non-weighted GPA of 3.6 and exemplary demonstration of the four pillars: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. The majority of students have a minimum of 40 hours of community service when invited their junior or senior year. Meetings are the second and fourth Fridays of each month. Please see Mrs. Bryant for more information, bryant.deborah@lebaonschools.org.

Outdoor Adventure Club - The OAC provides and promotes student interest in outdoor activities. Activities range from camp outs to zip lining. The club meets twice a month to plan activities. Please see Mrs. Brunka for more information, brunka.jennifer@lebanonschools.org.

Parkour Club - We meet and discuss parkour training; all physical activity is done off-site. Please see Mr. Richardson for more information, richardson.steven@lebanonschools.org.

Pretty Little Warriors - Pretty Little Warriors is a group for high school girls that focuses on breaking down stereotypes and empowering girls to realize their full potential. Meetings consist of guest speakers, crafts, and lessons centered around promoting positivity. PLW meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Please see Mrs. Duning for more information, duning.coni@lebanonschools.org.

Recording Club - Our 18-channel all digital recording studio is freely available to use for all students at LHS. We record rock bands, rappers, singer/songwriters and everything in between. At the end of the year we release a full length album of the year’s best recordings. For more information, please see Mr. Kuhn, kuhn.william@lebanonschools.org and find us on Twitter @drakeroadpro.

Relay for Life - Lebanon High School has its own RFL team that raises funds locally through school and community activities and participates in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event. Mrs. Duning can be contacted for more information, duning.coni@lebanonschools.org.

Science Olympiad - Science Olympiad is a club that competes against other schools in 23 science eventsranging from design and pre-build events like robot arm and hovercraft, to lab events or science test events. 

Shakespeare Society - We work in conjunction with the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and meet bi-weekly to prepare a project based on a Shakespearean play. Please contact Mr. Richardson for more information, richardson.steven@lebanonschools.org.

Ski Club - This is a seasonal activity. We go skiing at Perfect North on Wednesday evenings during the ski season. There is a club sponsored trip to 7 Springs Ski Resort in Champion, PA over Presidents Day weekend. For more information, contact Mr. McCarty, mccarty.daniel@lebanonschools.org.

Spanish Club - Spanish Club is a student-led club featuring Hispanic cultural activities. Students do not have to be enrolled in a Spanish class to participate and may join at any time. Contact Mrs. Bryant, bryant.deborah@lebanoonschools.org, or Mrs. Woeste, woeste.jill@lebanonschools.org, for more information.

Student Council - Student Council is an organization that consists of 10 elected representatives from each grade level. These representatives meet weekly throughout the school year. They help with the planning of Homecoming activities, community service events, fundraisers for each class, Prom and graduation. Please see Mrs. Lamb for more information, lamb.bethanie@lebanonschools.org.

Ultimate Frisbee - Ultimate Frisbee is a co-ed club sport offered at Lebanon high school and junior high students. During the fall season the team practices once a week and play in one weekend tournament. During the spring season the team practices two times per week, runs twice a week and has games each Sunday afternoon. Contact Mr. Earley for more information, earley.ned@lebanonschools.org.

WarZone - The WarZone is a student-led group designed to promote Warrior pride and spirit throughout the school. There are meetings throughout the year to determine spirited themes, and discuss which events will be attended. Please find us on Twitter @WarZoneLHS or contact Mrs. Duning for more information, duning.coni@leabnonschools.org.

Yearbook - Students work together taking pictures and planning out the school's yearbook. Please contact Mrs. Bishop for more information, bishop.vickie@lebanonschools.org.

Young Democrats - We meet bi-weekly to discuss politics. All political ideologies welcome! For more information contact Mr. Richardson, richardson.steven@lebanonschools.org.