A club for all ages…Academic Challenge is a competitive team competition where we compete with other schools in the district to answer trivia type questions based on literature, science, art, math, etc. We have a team round, and alphabet round and a lightning round. We always have a great time! Email Ms. Schuler at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
Art club is the perfect opportunity to show the creative side of you and hang out with friends. We do a wide variety of projects ranging from holiday crafts to making the school a brighter place. The Art Show is the big priority of the year and we try to make it bigger and better every year. This year we are putting on a “Recycled Fashion Show” and hope to have your creative input in the years to come.
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Aultman Ambassador Program
The Aultman Ambassador Program is dedicated to providing tips and knowledge on health and wellness in the high-school and the community of Louisville. Students compete for a scholarship of $250 each year by doing a research project on obesity and participating in multiple events during the school year. If you are looking to join, contact Mr. Faye for more details.
Band is an extracurricular activity that meets everyday 10th mod throughout the school year. In the fall, you can participate in the marching band. This means that before and during our High school football games you perform to entertain the fans. On weekends the marching band has competed against many other local high schools. There is also a pep band, which performs during boys basketball games, jazz band and concert band. See Mr. Bleiniger in B126 for more details.
C.H.A.M.P.S. is a Louisville Hight School Student Athlete Service Group made up of representatives from varsity sports and activities. Members are selected above all others to represent Louisville. Members have been chosen because they demonstrate the values and principles that CHAMPS stands for: Character, Humility, Accountability, Motivation, Perseverance, and Service. Being a member of CHAMPS is a fun and rewarding experience. The members of CHAMPS meet throughout the school year to conduct activities and provide service in our school and community. firstname.lastname@example.org
Choir can be either an elective art credit or an extracurricular. Concert choir is made up mostly upperclassmen and meets mod ⅞. You must audition to be part of this group. Mixed choir meets mod 9 and is made up of freshman and sophomores, anyone can be in this group. Varsity singers is an after school activity made up of members from concert choir and is a select group that performs at many local events. You may e-mail or see Ms. McVaney for more details. Sarah.McVaney@lepapps.org
Cultural Diversity Club
The goal of our Diversity Club and this Cultural Fair is to promote cultural awareness and appreciation for diversity. The Diversity Club meets monthly to engage in activities and dialogue that will hopefully create an atmosphere where our individuality is not only respected but treasured. The club aims to draw attention to issues of discrimination and bullying, as well as advocate for openness and inclusion.
The Drama Club is filled with students from every walk of life here at the high school. In this club, you will find athletes, band and choir students, art lovers, academic challenge team members, and so much more. Drama Club is really a place for anyone and everyone who enjoys acting. email@example.com
French Club is for French students to experience more culture of the French world outside of the classroom. Meetings are usually held once a month, after school or early evening. Speaking French is not required at the meetings, but students will eat authentic French food, play French games, sing songs and learn something new! The possibilities are endless! See Madame Todd in Room D238 for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
A Junior/Senior Service Organization that volunteers in the community. We collect canned goods, walk for Alzheimer’s and breast cancer research, help build houses with Habitat for Humanity, serve at the local food kitchen to just name a few activities we help support. email@example.com
Jo's Girl's -Lady Leopard Mentors (LLM) and Huddle- Men Leopard Mentors(MLM)
Jo's Girls (LLM) and Huddle (MLM) are service groups of Junior and Senior young women and men who inspire the 7th grade students at LMS to embrace the ideals of kindness, acceptance, tolerance and diversity. Interested young women and men complete a contract with a teacher recommendation. They must have good attendance, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and minimal discipline infractions during their HS career. The mentors meet with the LMS girls and boys several times each school year and must commit to several planning meetings to prepare for each middle school visit. The planning meetings are conducted after the LHS school day so the mentors must be committed to the initiative and be willing attend planning meetings and field trips. Please contact Ms. Warner-Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more information.
National Honor Society is a national organization valuing scholarship, service, leadership and character in high achieving high school students. Eligible juniors and seniors will be invited to apply if they demonstrate these qualities through a 3.6 weighted cumulative GPA. Students will then submit a portfolio and participate in a staff interview. After being accepted into NHS, students will participate in service projects throughout the community. You may contact Mr. Carpico at email@example.com if you need further information.
Science Club explores a variety of scientific ideas and includes many activities and experiments that highlight major subjects such as physics, astronomy, chemistry, biology, and anatomy. See Mr. Sudomir in Room D128 to sign up! firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish Club is for those students who have an interest in the Spanish language and who like to get together socially as a group. It is a great way to get to know others and get involved. See Señora Kidd in Room D228 for more information. email@example.com
Speech and Debate
The Speech and Debate team is an after-school, extra-curricular activity designed to build the communication skills of all members. This activity offers something for everyone. If you like acting, arguing, reading, researching, writing, or just meeting people this team is for you. Club members are eligible for local, state, and national competitions. firstname.lastname@example.org
Spirit club is for students interested in increasing and promoting school spirit. The club helps plan and coordinate pep rallies and decorating the school to name a few. email@example.com and Theresa.firstname.lastname@example.org
The STEM Club is for students interested in exploring topics in science, technology, engineering, and/or math. The goal is to increase the critical thinking skills of each student through hands-on projects and challenges. email@example.com
Student Social Justice Academy
The Student Social Justice Academy is a part of the countywide All-In grant aimed towards social justice in our educational communities. The students attend workshops regarding tolerance, anti-bullying, and leadership. Each year, the SSJA is responsible for a social justice project in the high school. In 2017-2018 school year, the group created the New Student Ambassador program and in 2018-2019, we organized a student exchange with Massillon and Canton City Schools. Students are nominated by their teachers for the SSJA, however, you can see Mrs. Kidd in D228 if you would like to get involved! firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Production Club
The goal of Video Production Club is to provide our students with a variety of diverse opportunities to create video projects, learn new skills, and work alongside others with similar interests. The club works with the latest technology including a Tricaster, video cameras, and other digital board equipment. This club also produces the morning announcements. Julie.email@example.com