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Student Clubs 2023-2024

Clubs are created and organized by LOHS students and vary from year to year based on interest. Student clubs have the option to renew their charter each year. New clubs are approved by the Student Senate and must have a faculty advisor sign off on their application. Past clubs have included: Art Club, DECA/Business Club, Film Club, Beach Volleyball Club, Sailing Club, Ecology Club, and Hunger Fighters Club. Check out this year's clubs, get information and join in:

Active clubs at LOHS 2023-2024 

Please contact the activities director for more information!

Name of Club Purpose Advisor
Actions for Animals Club Help animals, collaborate with shelters, educational presentations, volunteer activities  
AP World Self Study Club Teach students how to sign up and study for AP world history, study session weekly Miller
Arts and Crafts Club Express creativity, send holiday crafts to assisted living homes Wray
Asian Student Union Provide a safe space for asian american students to celebrate culture and heritage, events and games, discussions and guest speakers. Foster
Avian Wildlife Club Protect and celebrate avian wildlife, take action to protect habitat and well being Oltmans
Backpack Club Combat childhood hunger, feeding and assisting food-insecure communities Foster
Baking Club To get together students and bake recipes, run bake sales and events Blash
Band Club Bring together musicians, rehearse and perform together Bird
Best Buddies Allows for a supportive and inclusive environment for students with disabilities, connecting students with and without disabilities Special Education Department
Biology Club Create a fun platform for students to explore interests in biology, do projects and activities. Wentzien
Black Student Union Support black students Censoni
Brain Club Raise awareness of prevalent neurological disorders, advocate for medical reform Kay
Business Club Introduce aspects of the business field to students interested. Hill
Celery Club Get together, meet new people, learn about vegetables, eat vegetables Michaels
Classics Club Bring together students with an interest for ancient history and literature Thacher
Conservative Society A place for conservative students to hang out with like minded peers, political discussions and events. Koepping
Cosplay Club Introduce a community for cosplay and costume design Robin
Crochet for a Cause or Craft for a Cause To crochet, do crafts, adn send them as little gifts to hospitals Foster
Data Science Club Provide a platform for students to learn about data science, apply knowledge in projects, explore interests, work with other students. Michael
Dead Poets Society Connect people with an interest in writing, reading, and analyzing poetry Thacher
DECA Club Allow students interested in business to compete in DECA competitions. Hill
Disney Club Students can engage in discussion and friendly competitions regarding all things disney Woebke
Dungeons and Dragons Club Provide a place for students to have fun playing the 5th edition of DnD, let people learn how to play. Thacher
Dynasty House Club Collaborate with non-profit organization, aid Dynasty House in rebuilding rural Sierra Leone communities. Kumprey
Ethics Bowl Club Ethics bowl competition, ethical debates and subjects McNeal
Fiber arts Club Many different yarn crafts, knitting, crocheting, felting, etc. Celebrate crafts and teach students. Levin, Byrd
Film + Cinema Club Discuss and engage students in the process of making and appreciating movies McNeal
French Club Provide a fun french community for anyone intersected in french culture and language Grimm
French National Honors Society Provide a community and enrichment for advanced french students Grimm
Chinese Club Celebrate Chinese culture and spread cultural awareness. Foster interest in chinese traditions. Han
Green Team Promote environmental activism, fundraise, volunteer opportunities and events. Foster
History Bowl Learn history, compete in Greater Portland History Bowl, other competitions Eizyk
HOSA Club Further students passion for the medical field Wentzien
Infini8 nexus Understanding schince is not merely about facts, but about narrating a story, unraveling mysteries where ideas shape reality Thacher
Key Club Key Club organization, provide service opportunities, impact community Dennis
Kpop Club Enjoying and Learning about Kpop Michaels
Lake Monsters Robotics Club Provide support for students looking to join LM robotics team, learn stem and engineering skills John Sperry
Latino Hispanic Student Union   Velazquez
Math Club Gather a group of students interested in math and discuss interesting math problems, host math competitions/events. Hagen
Model United Nations To engage students in international policy issues, prepare for Oregon MUN conference. Levin
Native American Heritage Club Create a safe space for Native American people to discuss experience and learn about community, raising awareness on native issues Thacher
Neurodiversity Club To spread awareness about neurodiversity and build/support neurologically diverse student body Hornung
Pickleball Club Provide students with the opportunity to meet new people, play pickleball Nelson
Poetry Club Connect students who love poetry, expand poetic knowledge, create poetry Mrs. Huss
Pool Club Play pool, have fun while connecting with and serving community. Mr. Huss
Prep Club Provide help and support for students preparing for standardized tests Goodrich
Productions Club Create short films and explore aspects of filmmaking Rosensteel
Public Health and Ice Cream Club Allow students to explore their public health interests, contributing to public health projects Foster
Queer Student Alliance Provide a safe environment for all queer students and allies, fundraise for queer aligned charities, create a voice for queer students. Steinback
Red Cross Club Provide opportunities for students to work and collaborate with Red Cross Reps., volunteer opportunities, blood drives Wentzien
Research Club join and compete in the Biomedical engineering society compete in other national and international science fairs, information abotu ohsu interning Wentzien
Science Bowl Club Gather a group of students interested in science and train them to compete in the Science Bowl competition in Feb. Griffiths
Sewing Club Teach students to mend and sew clothes, promote sustainability Grimm
Songs for Seniors Organize students to perform at retirement homes Rouse
Spanish Club Improve Spanish speaking skills through conversations, meetings at local restaurants Nalty
Speech and Debate Club Practice and present debating skills, compete in competitions Rose
STEM Club Provide and outlet for fun STEM competitions and activities Goodrich
Students for ToMarrow Club To generate awareness around the importance of bone marrow and stem cell transplants for patients with blood cancer, educate students and staff to become potential donors  
Summit Shredders Mountain biking, creating a community and opportunities for mtn biking Popp
Trivia Club Practice trivia skills to participate in local and regional competitions, volunteer at local institutions. Steinbeck
Unified Friends Practice being inclusive by playing games and having fun while building relationships with others Cealey
Unified Sports Students with and without disabilities can play together on the same team to reach the end goal, community Cealey
Voice-Acting Club For students interested in voice acting, community opportunities Thacher
WiSTEM Create a space for girls to talk about their experience with STEM, provide peer support, invite speakers Wentzien
Youth Empowerment Committee Social justice issues, coming together to share ideas and learn ways to make a difference in the community. Foster
Femenism Club Plan events, fundraisers, and speakers to support feminism, equal rights, and opportunities for women and girls. Davis
Sports Medicine Club Give students the opportunity to dive into the world of athletic training. Lee
Young Life Club meet every friday for lunch and have food, games, and speakers. Anderson
Thespian Troupe 2500 Foster a supportive, diverse, enjoyable club that loves all things theater. Bergh