Lakeside Clubs

Lakeside's AASA strives to build unity through diversity and education. We are inclusive of all, and our hope is to unite and educate students of all backgrounds. We hope to create a space where all students can speak freely about their religions, discuss common problems, clear up stereotypes, and get involved in their community through service.

The LHS Beta Club is a volunteer organization for 10th-12th graders. We frequently participate in both school events and CSRA events, including elementary school festivals and food drives.

The Lakeside High Buddy Club is a social club for students in all grade levels. It gives students with disabilities extra opportunities to socialize and enjoy high school activities with their non-disabled peers. The Buddy Club fosters friendship and acceptance for all!

Buddy Club membership dues are $25 and include a t-shirt. Students can participate in activities in and outside the classroom, such as, holiday parties, Special Olympics, group activities, and sporting events. All activities during the school day are scheduled during your lunch period. Dues can be paid to Mrs. Kean in room 313 by cash, check (made payable to LHS), or on Rev Trak.

Cyber Patriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association (AFA) to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future.

DECA prepares students to become emerging leaders and entrepreneurs. DECA allows students the opportunity to improve their leadership skills, compete and participate in service to their community. See Mrs. McKean in room 302 for more information.

Debate Team provides a space for students to grow their public speaking skills and conquer their stage fright. As a community we foster confidence and aim to give everyone a platform to communicate their ideas.

Diamond Girls is a group of young ladies who enjoy being fans of our LAKESIDE BASEBALL teams. We make goodie bags, posters, signs, etc. to support our teams in the spring. Sign-ups will begin in January and will last the first three weeks of second semester. For more information, see/email Mrs. Hardin (kelli.hardin@ccboe.net) in room 213. Be sure to sign up for REMIND.

Become a member of Future Business Leaders of America, Georgia's premier student-lead organization for future leaders. The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. We bring our mission to life through the application of our motto: Service, Education, and Progress. Please see Dr. Mary Davis in Room 122 to join.

The purpose of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, and community leader, members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a group of students who focus on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. The FCA vision is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. This is a year- long club that normally meets every other Friday morning before school and is conducted by student leaders who are upperclassmen. Be sure to sign up for REMIND messages so you won’t miss out on this opportunity to spread the gospel. The club is open to EVERYONE ( NOT just athletes!) wanting to learn more about the gospel of Christ. Email/see Mrs. Hardin in room 213 or Mr. Martin in room 321.

FLAIR is a foreign language honor society and professional organization for both students and teachers. FLAIR stands for “Foreign Language Alliance for International Rapport” . Students participate in a variety cultural/language events & activities.

Join us for fun, fellowship and gameplay! Anyone can join Fridays 3-5pm. Come check us out for free, no obligation to join. Dues are due by the end of September. After that you must be a paid member to participate. **** Masks must be worn at all times****

Become a member of Girls Go Cyber, a platform where every girl who enjoys creative thinking, problem solving, and reading between the lines can explore cybersecurity.

HOSA - Future Health Professionals The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all students, therefore, helping them to meet the needs of the health care community. Anyone interested in expanding their knowledge, experience, and skills in the healthcare field is welcome to join.

We have two garden plots located on the far side of the campus to the right as you drive in by the portables. You are welcome to join. Listen for announcements regarding the meetings.

The Lakeside Review publishes a yearly collection of quality student artwork and writing. All publications consist of the work of Lakeside High School's students. Students who contribute their work to The Lakeside Review will benefit from experiencing the process of submitting their original work for publication. In the spring, students will be able to submit their work to be reviewed for publication. The student editorial board annually selects the best visual art and poetry submissions and works to assemble to The Lakeside Review through all phases of production.

Lakeside Support Coalition (LSC) is a year- long club that supports all sports at Lakeside. We are best known for our awesome student section at football games and tailgates/body painting/etc. LSC members strive to promote positive school spirit while cheering on fellow classmates and athletes. Upperclassmen can earn points toward scholarships given at the end of the year. Email/see Mrs. Hardin (kelli.hardin@ccboe.net) - room 213 for more information. Sign-up starts now through August 25, 2021. Be sure to sign up for the REMIND messages.

"Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Boomerang Project’s proven high school transition program trains mentors from your junior and senior classes to be Link Crew Leaders. As positive role models, Link Crew Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.

More and more studies show that if students have a positive experience their first year in high school, their chance for success increases dramatically. Link Crew provides the structure for freshmen to receive support and guidance from juniors and seniors who have been through the challenges that high school poses, and understand that the transition to a larger school can sometimes be overwhelming."

Model UN is an educational simulation in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations and the duties of the United Nations. It is a great way for students to build their leadership and communication skills. They learn to work together in order to create resolutions and get a deeper understanding of current global issues.

Check out the Mu Alpha Theta website for information on joining the Math Honor Society.

National Art Honor Society is a place where artists and academics can come together to work on Art, learn about Art, and engage in Art at the community and state level. All students and grades are welcome! Members can begin clocking hours as a sophomore to start working towards becoming Meritorious and earning your graduation cord; or you can be a member each year without earning hours - with the understanding you will not receive the title Meritorious or a graduation cord.

The purpose of National Honor Society (NHS) shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, citizenship, and to encourage the development of character in students of Lakeside High School. ONLY Sophomores and Juniors may apply with a cumulative grade point average that is 90.0 percent or higher. The application can be found on the NHS website (click the red button to the left). The application is due Sept. 25th.

The National Technical Honor Society is a joint venture with DECA, HOSA, JROTC, TSA, FBLA, and FGE. NTHS is a national society that works to provide scholarship opportunities and employment outreach programs. New induction applications are accepted in the Fall and generally an induction ceremony occurs prior to the end of the Fall semester. Students who complete the required volunteer hours and maintain membership in their CTSO earn meritorious status and the NTHS honor cord for graduation. Please contact your career pathway teacher for more information.

Get Involved!!! The American Cancer Society urgently needs your help to continue our mission. Because of COVID-19 and the change of many events and decline in donations, our mission is at risk. The research and patient programs you support through Relay are threatened. That’s why it’s urgently important now to get involved in Relay For Life and fundraise… because when you do, you help save lives. Please contact Mrs. Katie Lewis to join our LHS team or find out how you can help! Email Mrs. Lewis at katie.lewis@ccboe.net

RHO KAPPA Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for high school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies.

The mission and purpose of this organization is:

  • to promote scholarship and to recognize academic excellence in social studies in secondary school environments and the community.

  • to provide through its local chapters opportunities for exploration in the social studies in secondary school environments and the community.

  • to encourage interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the social studies.

Science Bowl is an academic bowl type competition in which members buzz in answers. Questions cover topics in Math, Chemistry, Biology, Energy, Physics, and Earth and Space Science. We generally select two teams based on speed and correctness of answers. We practice once a week after school unless we are about to enter a competition at which time we practice more during the week.

The LHS Science National Honor Society is a national service organization that is committed to fostering both the love of science and community service within its members. Explore our website to see how you can get involved!

Science Olympiad consists of several events covering different science topics as well as building events. Information about events for the 2020-21 year will be posted when they are available. Lakeside sends two teams to region competition which usually occurs in February. We also attend an invitational competition in the fall at Grovetown High.

Spanish Club meets once a month. Attendance is monitored. There are so many reasons to join.…Spanish Club will help members apply knowledge of Spanish language and culture, which is a highly valued skill to add to any qualification, major, or field. Spanish Club also looks outstanding on college applications because it represents diversity. Furthermore, it is one of the most fun clubs at LHS!

"Spanish National Honor Society (Spanish: Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica) is an academic honor society focused on Spanish language excellence in secondary education and promotes a continuity of interest in Spanish studies"

Spanish Tutoring is offered by appointment with a student tutor. Please see your teacher for a list of student tutors. Please bring your textbook, workbook, and Spanish binder to the session. No prior appointment is needed for tutoring.

The Lakeside High School Spirit Squad is a cheerleading team that brings together students with and without disabilities. It is open to boys and girls in all grade levels. This is the first inclusive extracurricular activity in the county! There are no try-outs and students DO NOT need cheer experience. What you DO need is compassion, patience, and leadership skills. Students need to fill out an application and return it with a reference letter. Students also need to be in good standings with academics, attendance and behavior. If you are interested or would like more information, please see Mrs. Kean in room 313.

Information about Student Council is located on the Student Council web page. You can be a voice for your peers. We are also looking for motivated students who are willing to dedicate their time and talents during Homecoming and Winterfest Weeks!

We are a chapter in Georgia Technology Student Association. TSA prepares it's members to be successful leaders in a technological society through co-curricular activities such as communication, leadership, teamwork and competitive skill development.