Page last updated on: May 13, 2013
Please check this page periodically for important club-related announcements. If you have any other comments or concerns, please email the Lynbrook Clubs Commission at email@example.com.
- Food Club Day List: Please click HERE for a list of foods that will be sold on Food Club Day on Friday, March 22, 2013.
- Food Club Day Timeline: Please refer to the Clubs Calendar (link on the left sidebar of this page).
- ICC Meeting: Please refer to the LHS Clubs Locker (on left sidebar of this page) for the ICC Meeting Powerpoint.
- Donations to Outside Organizations: Reminder--clubs may only donate money to these district-approved organizations:
- Permanently Approved: American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, March of Dimes, American Heart Association, Second Harvest Food Bank, Sunnyvale Community Services, Operation Smile, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- Approved until the end of the 2012-2013 school year: Room to Read, AmFAR, Habitat for Humanity, Movember, National Children's Cancer Society, Ekal Vidyalaya
- If the organization you would like to donate money to is not listed, please refer to the fundraising guidelines in the Club Handbook for instructions on how to get your organization passed.
- Club President Google Group: Click HERE to join the Club President Google Group.
- New Clubs: New club proposals are no longer being accepted for the 2012-2013 school year. Thank you very much for those who have turned them in!
- Club Portfolios were due on December 12, 2012 at 3:05 p.m. in the ASB Office. If you have not yet turned it in, please email your LHS Clubs Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's have a great year!
LHS Clubs Commission
Club Meeting Times 2012-2013
|California Scholarship Federation||CSF is an honor society that makes available to its members a variety of service opportunities. Qualified members may receive a CSF stole to wear at graduation and are recognized at graduation. Members must maintain a GPA requirement to join/remain in this club.||Penner||301||F Brunch|
|French Honor Society||French Honor Society recognizes students with excellent grades in French. FHS focuses on teaching students more about the French-speaking world through cultural activities, while also improving the students’ grasp on the French language.||Amzallag||101||Every other M Lunch|
|Japanese National Honor Society||JNHS unites Japanese students interested in the country's history, culture, and customs. Invitations are extended to every qualifying student of Japanese level 2 or higher.||Kitchen||112||Every other M Brunch|
|Math Honor Society||We explore facets of math not covered in school, from modular arithmetic to graph theory to combinatorial geometry. We also foster enthusiasm for math by participating in various competitions. The perfect place for anyone who likes a good puzzle!||Korsunsky||403||T Lunch|
|National Chinese Honor Society||NCHS is a club that strives to promote awareness of Chinese culture and traditions through food and weekly presentations. We have numerous volunteer activities such as the Asian Liver Society at Stanford Hospital and Wisdom Culture and Education Organization.||Chen||104||M Brunch|
|National Honor Society||The National Honor Society is a voluntary organization that strives to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in high school students. All Juniors and Seniors with GPA 3.5 or higher are eligible.||Yang, Lee||75||Th Lunch|
|Spanish Honor Society||Part honor society, part language club, SHS explores Hispanic culture. All meetings and events are conducted in Spanish. Members practice their Spanish skills while taking on leadership roles by helping others and participating in activities for the Spanish-speaking community.||Esquivel||105||F Brunch|
|Athletics Unlimited||Athletics Unlimited is a service club whose ultimate goal is to combat childhood obesity by promoting outdoor activity. How do we do this? During the Spring 2012 semester, our first semester of activity, we coached over 100 students at two elementary schools, amassing over 500 hours of community service hours. We continue to expand to more elementary schools, and currently support 9 sports,. Furthermore, we are organizing an annual Lynbrook event called the Athletics Unlimited Tournament, involving the entire school. Finally, we are participating in weekend activities where we coach youth at Rainbow and Murdock Park. Since we are a service club, this is a FUN way to accumulate community service hours.||Blaschke||604||M Lunch|
|Interact||Interact, which stands for "International Action," is the junior division of Rotary International with over 200,000 members around the globe. Every year, our Interact district chooses an international cause to support. Our district, District 5170, is the largest in the world and has raised over half a million dollars towards charity in only the last few years! Join Interact and participate in more than just service activities-- by joining, you get the chance to meet new Interactors from around the area, attend and organize Interact benefit shows and dances, meet our very own Rotarians, and attend incentive events such as cruises and a fully sponsored leadership camp. See how you can impact your community and help change the world by following the three words "Peace, Love, and Interact!"||Miller||203||M Lunch|
|Key||Key Club International is the world's largest and oldest student-led organization that develops leaders through service to the community. Key Club offers scholarships and recognition, leadership opportunities, & conferences. It's simple to see why Key Club was named "Service Club of the Year"!||Kraemer||408||W Lunch|
|Leo||Leo Club is the youth division of Lions International, the largest service organization in the world. We are focused on helping both our immediate community as well as the world. Leo Club partakes in a wide range of events centered around Leadership skills, valuable Experience, and service Opportunities. Join Leo Club!||Smith||204||Th Brunch|
|Music For Community (MFC)||MFC is a community service club that allows students to provide music for the local community by performing at hospitals, retirement homes, and more.||Pakaluk||Band Room||M Lunch|
|Octagon||Octagon, the high school division of Optimist International, is a tightly knit community service club that focuses on improving the world through an array of service projects ranging from cleaning up Calabasas Park to assisting Stanford University.||Ellington||410||T Brunch|
|Red Cross||We offer opportunities to make a difference locally and internationally. You can become trained for CPR, First Aid, Disaster, and Basic Aid, help with the blood drive, do community service, join chapter committees, and teach Basic Aid classes to elementary school students!||Haywood||2||W Brunch|
|SHOK (Student Health Outreach for Kids)||SHOK is a health awareness club that travels to after school YMCA programs and schools to educate underprivileged elementary school kids about eating right and staying fit in order to lead a healthy lifestyle. This is accomplished through fun and interactive workshops involving hands-on learning activities, skits, outdoor activities, and crafts.||Tiederman||107||M Lunch|
|Viking Buddies||At Viking Buddies, our main goal is to connect Lynbrook main stream teens to students with special needs through interactive craft activities, board games,and of course, food parties. VB exposes you to a unique side of school than what you're used to. Come and enjoy a rewarding experience as part of Viking Buddies!||Fox||507||W Lunch|
|YAK (Youth Acting for Kids)||YAK is a community service club that focuses on interacting with and helping children.||Taylor||7||Th Brunch|
A place where anyone and everyone is welcome. Come and grow, learn, and fellowship with us as we share life together!
|Dunlap||Choir Room||M Lunch|
|Aikido Martial Arts||The Aikido Martial Arts Club is a great way to learn about the culture and philosophy behind one of Japan's richest martial arts: Aikido. Also, free Aikido lessons (taught by Mr. Seike) are held every week!||Seike||202||F Lunch, F 3:30pm|
|AISA (American Indo Student Association)||Our club is focused on promoting and learning about Indian culture. We do this by hosting arts and crafts activities, going together to local Indian events, enjoying some aspects of India media and putting together an annual Indian showcase.||Ellington||410||W Lunch|
|American Cancer Society||The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. At our weekly meetings, we will talk to you about more than 200 different types of cancers. To us, the most efficient way towards prevention is education.||Ene||110||Th Brunch|
|Amnesty International||Amnesty International is a club for aspiring human rights activists. We sign petitions, host movie screenings, and dedicate ourselves to freedom for all. Join the 3,000,000 members of Amnesty International worldwide to shine a light for those who don't have a voice!||Shull||501||W Lunch|
|AMP (Aspiring Music Producers)||AMP introduces LHS students to the basics of music recording, music mixing, and digital music editing, specifically with the use of digital audio workstations. It is a place where aspiring musicians can bounce ideas off each other and grow as a whole.||Bale||503||M Lunch|
|Animal Services and Protection (ASAP)||
ASAP focuses on endangered animals as well as abused animals. Our main ongoing activity is volunteering at a shelter and selling merchandise. We plan on attending a few major activities for the break in February involving a trip to Sea World or Six Flags Animal Kingdom. We are also going to have a guest from ASPCA come to Lynbrook and talk about how we can stop animal abuse.
|Anime||Anime Club is a club where people can come together and learn about some contemporary Japanese culture through the watching of Anime.||Seike||202||
|APASL (Asian Pacific American Students for Leadership)||
The goal of APASL is to expose high schoolers to leadership opportunities in the community and build leadership skills through internships, conferences, youth councils, and training sessions.
|Kraemer||408||Every other M Brunch|
|Art Reach||As an organization for members to combine their love of art and service, ArtReach serves the community through art and other creative outlets. Artists of all levels are welcome!||Kraemer||408||T Lunch|
|Astronomy||We learn about various fields of science, including astronomy and astrophysics, through powerpoint presentations, videos, field trips, guest speakers and occasional Star-Gazing Parties held on the Lynbrook football field.||Rocklin||302||M Lunch|
|Barbershop Quartet||The Lynbrook Barbershop and Sweet Adelines Club is a club that teaches students to develop their singing skills within a small group using tight vocal harmony, as well as teaching performance skills necessary not only for music but in life. Contrary to claims, this is not just for groups of 4, and often the whole club sings together at events. This is also not a hair cutting club, as some are convinced. This year we hope to induct many members into the Barbershop Harmony Society, which spans nationwide.||Isola||Choir Room||T Lunch|
|Bboy (Breakdance)||To explore and expand one branch of "hip hop" culture, known commonly as "bboying", by incorporating practice dates, known as "sessions", dance battles, known as "cyphers", and dance workshops.||Martell||Field House||Th Lunch|
|CAA (Conservation Action Association)||CAA raises awareness about pressing environmental issues like global warming and organizes community service activities focused on helping the environment. Activities include tree-planting, e-waste recycling, Christmas caroling to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund, and teaching children about going green.||Pakaluk||77||T Brunch|
|Character Design||Anything from creative drawing to learning the principles of character design, CDC is a club for aspiring artists to learn, be challenged and have fun!||P. Willson||73||W Lunch|
|Chef||Chef club is a cooking club which unites interests in cooking with community service. Members use their cooking skills and passion to serve the community. In the past, the club has gone to homeless shelters and designed and served meals entirely cooked by the club. Oftentimes, the club bakes cookies, cakes or other treats from scratch using the school's kitchens then packages them nicely to donate o local organizations, charities and churches for their events.||Hamilton||509||T Brunch|
|Chess||Chess Club is for all Lynbrook students interested in playing or learning more about the game of chess. We offer casual games of blitz, bughouse, and more, as well as competitive matches against other schools and team participation in league and state tournaments. Players of all skill levels are welcome.||Richmond||213||M Lunch|
|Computer Science||Computer Science Club is for anyone interested in learning about programming and other computer science topics. We have a variety of activities and competitions throughout the year that will teach you new concepts and tricks and let you apply your knowledge in fun and challenging problems!||Peck||608||M Brunch|
|Computers & Technology||Want to bake pies and learn to play the vuvezela? Join a different club. Computers and Technology club is for those interested in... well... computers and technology. Newbies and pros alike are welcome. And it's free!||Estrella||203||Th Lunch|
|DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)||DECA, an international business marketing association comprised of over 200,000 members, prepares members for future careers in business, marketing, and entrepreneurship. Its unique application of events allows students to develop effective leadership skills and gain an edge in the business world.||Fulk||603||F Lunch|
|FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)||Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the largest student business organization in the world with over a quarter of a million members. We have over 60+ competitions, recognition at the section, state, and national levels, fun and informative conferences, and meaningful leadership development.||Badger||606||Th Lunch|
|Filipino Culture||This club would educate people of Filipino culture, it would build a foundation of understanding, spread awareness. Students should also join because it will allow them to socialize with other students, new people that they might have not have met otherwise. They will also learn about how Filipinos and Filipino cultures that have established themselves in America. Students will also be allowed to ask any questions relating to the Filipino culture and learn anything they would like to; students will be able to learn about the Filipino culture from a primary source. You don't have to be Filipino to join!||Quindipan||401||T Brunch|
|Flash Productions||Lights, camera, action! Flash Productions is a film club which teaches students the basic skills of film making. The students will have a hands on experience with equipment related to film, such as cameras, microphones, editing softwares, etc. Our club provides a variety of workshops that will further broaden the club members knowledge in film making. They, the students, will be able to choose which ones they would like to join: acting, filming, editing, and producing, according to whatever they prefer. Throughout the year, the club plans to produce several short films and apply to various film festivals. Anybody who is interested in making videos, or even likes to watch them, is gladly welcomed.||Kitchen||112||F Lunch|
|French||At French club, you can learn everything you ever wanted to know about the French culture and language--plus eat delicious French food! Come have fun with your friends playing French-related games...and the best part is you don't have to take French to join!||Schang||114||Th Lunch|
|Glee||A fun place where people can sing, dance, and express themselves! Glee Club will have opportunities for performances and experiences you will never forget!||Isola||Choir Room||W Lunch|
|GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)||GSA provides a safe and fun environment for everyone while spreading awareness of the LGBT cause and reducing homophobia on campus.||Torp||211||M Lunch|
|HEI (Hiking and Environmental Impact)||The purpose of HEI is to expose high school students to the environment and teach students about respecting nature and about how humans can still benefit from the environment without harming it. Activities include going on hikes, having seminars, volunteering with environment-oriented organizations, and creating a garden.||Frazita||409||M Brunch|
|IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering)||IEEE is the world’s biggest and most powerful institution for the promotion of engineering and technology. Lynbrook High School has the honor of being the first high school on the West Coast to have an engineering club backed by the resources of IEEE. IEEE will promote and nurture interest and talent in engineering through hands on activities such as designing, building, and testing devices or competing in competitions sponsored by major international corporations. Additionally, IEEE will bring local tech companies to Lynbrook to connect students with the industry and help them see the entrepreneurial side of engineering and technology.||Hutton||106||Th Lunch|
|InDesign||Welcome fashionistas, designers, and models! We call you all to InDesign! Our club consists of craft: how to's, socials, sewing labs, and most importantly the fashion show in May! No sewing experience needed to join, just come and learn!||Kruk||71||F Brunch|
|Indian Dance||LHS Indian Dance Club is dedicated to promote different styles of indian dancing. As of now we have two teams, LHS In-Sync (a Bollywood dance team) and LHS Bhangra (a Punjabi folk dance team). Participating on these teams requires attending daily practices and club meetings. However, participating and helping out with activities is open to everyone on campus. Examples of activities include Monthly Dance Workshops, Bollywood Dance Nights, and the Indian Dance Showcase.||Richmond||213||F Brunch|
|International||International Club is a community that not only serves as an approachable group for incoming immigrant students, but also helps them engage in their new environment, achieve academic success, and become independent well-rounded humans.||Smith||204||M Lunch|
|Japanese||Japanese Club is open to anyone who is interested about Japanese culture, language, etc. Activities are centered around various topics including food, holidays, music, current event, etc. Members do not need to know Japanese to join!||Kobayashi||111||M Lunch|
|JETS (Junior Engineering Technical Society)||JETS hosts fun engineering-related demonstrations and activities every week, such as building marshmallow bridges, flying model airplanes, or watching Mythbusters and other cool videos. Join us and meet new people with similar interests or have fun learning more about the engineering world!||Penner||301||M Lunch|
|Junior State of America (JSA)||Come and join the Lynbrook chapter of the Junior State of America, which is the largest student-run organization in the nation! Our mission is to strengthen American democracy by educating and preparing high school students for life-long activism in a democratic society, so come on in and experience what you’ve been missing out on!||Estrella||108||M Lunch|
|Link Crew||Link Crew promotes and fosters the social and academic connection to high school for freshmen, as well as develop leadership skills in our Link Crew Leaders.||Stevens, Quindipan||Auditorium||W Lunch|
|Lynbrook Alliance of Witchcraft and Wizardry||This club allows students to experience the world of Hogwarts to the fullest through our extensive list of activities, games, and social events. These include house competitions, Triwizard Tournament, movie marathons, Quidditch and much more!||Kitchen||112||T Lunch|
|Model United Nations||We mimic the United Nations and learn about current events by participating in several conferences throughout the year, which recreate the various committees of the UN, including the World Health Organization and the World Bank.||Clark||511||F Lunch|
|Muslim Student Association||The goals of the Muslim Student Association is to provide a nurturing environment for Muslim students at Lynbrook in which they can fully practice their faith, including providing a space for Muslim students to conduct their prayers, to challenge negative stereotypes and misconceptions the Lynbrook public may have about Islam, to improve the image of Muslims and Islam through various activities, and to conduct community service, since service to one’s community is a duty to Islam.||Ene||110||F Lunch|
|National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)||Lynbrook NAMI, the high school chapter of a national organization, is meant to get high schoolers become more aware about the realities of mental illness through the means of advocacy and awareness. NAMI's goal is to help students break the stigma about mental illness and realize the impact mental illnesses have on individuals and their loved ones.||Loia||303||F Lunch|
|Neuroscience||Neuroscience Club is for students want to pursue a medical career in the future or are simply interested in the subject of neuroscience. Anyone who wants to be part of a professional study led by a world-renowned neuroscientist or wants to participate in the International Brain Bee competition should join!||Ellington||410||Th Lunch|
|Philosophy||Lynbrook Philosophy Club aims to teach students to think for themselves and to approach the world with a personal perspective. Our primary focus is to foster a community of people whose sole purpose is to strive for the same, common goal: to figure out how to approach the world.||Martell||511||T Lunch|
|Photography||We educate and teach members how to take better photographs from the core. Many of our members compete in photography competitions and win fun prizes and cash awards.||Iams||404||F Lunch|
|Piano||The piano club is a music club for pianists of all skill ranges that focuses on developing music composition and giving students performance opportunities. We guide students to prepare for the semi-annual Lynbrook Piano Club Benefit Concerts.||Rocklin||302||W Lunch|
|Pre-Med||Pre-Med Club is centered around two goals. The first is to expose members to the medical field through mini lectures, presentations from local physicians, and hospital tours. The second is to inform members of medical-related opportunities for volunteering, for internships, and for summer programs.||Romander||407||W Lunch|
|Robotics||Lynbrook Robotics, aliased The Funky Monkeys, FIRST Robotics team #846, teaches the business of engineering and team building. Building a new 130 lb robot and managing our team requires the creative talents of our members in science, design, construction, programming, art, writing, and speaking. It's the whole package!||Peck||608||W Lunch|
|Science||Science Club is an academic extracurricular club at Lynbrook High School. Its mission is to encourage intellectual growth and interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through interactive demonstrations, presentations and competitions.||Alonzo||305||F Lunch|
|Society of Psychology and Sociology||The club aims to allow students to explore both psychology and sociology through discussions, activities, and experiments. SPS is an alternate outlet for students to explore this field. We will allow students to create their own experiments and explore various careers in these fields.||Alderete||602||F Lunch|
|Spanish||Spanish Club teaches members about various aspects of Spanish culture such as food, music, holidays, and traditions. Activities include pen pals, games, videos, songs, and more. Meetings are held in English so anyone can join!||Hutton||106||M Brunch|
|Speech and Debate||Our award-winning team has the resources for a wide variety of activities, including research-focused debates and creative, performance-oriented speech events, with frequent opportunities for travel and leadership experience. This activity develops research, analysis, and speaking skills valuable to all students.||Welsh||108||M-Th, 3:30PM-7:30PM|
|STAIRS (Straight Talk About Issues Related to Students)||STAIRS is a student-run organization with the goal of improving the school's atmosphere by addressing issues such as stress and bullying. We host fun events like Stress-Free Week, Girl's Night Out, and Nutrition Week…come check us out!||Dumas, Greene||206||M Lunch|
|Students for Literacy (formerly Bookzilla)||Students for Literacy (originally Bookzilla) is a book club that delves deeply into aspects of literature apart from just reading books at club meetings. Our main focus surrounds spreading literacy in the form of volunteer work at local shelters and libraries. Students for Literacy Club is a very engaging, and we hope to see you there!||Gordon||611||M Lunch|
|Teen Health Awareness||The Teen Health Awareness Club seeks to spread knowledge of and awareness about prevalent health issues in our community, particularly those affecting teens. We have service events, walks, awareness weeks, blogging, Lynbrook's very own Lupus Walk, and more.||Richmond||213||T Brunch|
|Thespian Society||Thespian Society is a club for theatre enthusiasts who discuss theatre and teach people about drama. All LHS students, regardless of whether or not they take a drama class, can become members of Thespian Society and potentially become an International Thespian. We are one troupe out of 4,000 secondary school troupes across the world. Our ITS motto is: "Act well thy part; there all the honor lies."||Cohen||74||Th Lunch|
|Lynbrook Symposium Forum (formerly Toastmasters)||Toastmasters is an opinion-based club that promotes public speaking, critical thinking, and active learning. Each week at Toastmasters is focused on one controversial topic and one thought-provoking article pulled from an established publication. Members give speeches to present their own philosophies and world views, and discuss with others to learn communally.||Welsh||108||Th Lunch|
|Vertigo||Vertigo is the official literary magazine of Lynbrook High School. Established in 1995, the publication continues to encourage widespread appreciation for creative writing (poetry/prose) and art. For more information and an archive of past issues, visit us at lynbrookvertigo.com||Hanford||109||W Lunch|
Whether it be learning the basics of voice acting, or finding fellow voice actors to act in public speaking, plays, anime, our club provides it all. All interested, new or experienced, are welcome to the Lynbrook Voice Actors club.
|WiSTEM (Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)||We provide a forum for women to present their science ideas (guys are still welcome!). We strive to encourage and promote aspiring scientists, engineers, and mathematicians through labs, museum outings, speaker presentations, and more!||P. Willson||76||W Brunch|
|WorlDance||WorlDance allows students to explore multicultural dance styles through offering weekly workshops in different genres of dance, including Contemporary, Irish, Jazz, and much more! It is also a community service club that allows students to apply their passion for dancing to help out the community through performing at local hospitals, senior centers, and rehabilitation homes.||Kitson||601||First and Third T Brunch; Friday After School in Cafeteria|