Clubs


    Clubs

    Overview


    For a list of all clubs and meeting times, please see below or access the 2021-2022 Club Snapshot
    Please contact the Activity Coordinator, Michelle Munson, if you have any questions.


    ClubAdvisorsPurposePlaceTime
    ASBMichelle Munson  Elected and Appointed Officers register for year-long class.Room 42026th period
    BAKING CLUBRaquel MontoyaTo join with other liberty students in the fun hobby of baking and creating masterpieces. This club is student-led and will provide demonstrations and opportunities to bake!Room 4217Tuesdays  3:00-4:00PM
    BADMINTONKelsey FooteStudents will experience physical fitness and spirit of competition through badminton and volleyball gamesUPPER GYMWednesday 8:45-10:00AM
    BANDJared Tanner                  Students register for year long class.  
    BOOK REVIEW CLUBJoAnn OlssonStudents will meet monthly to discuss a book selected by the members. All book lovers are welcome and we will be sharing titles of other books we have read and enjoyed.Library3rd Wednesday of Month  9:30AM
    CELEBRATE YOUR CULTURERoss MathenyExpand students understanding of various culutres through food, art and musicPortable 73:00-4:00PM
    CHEERCamille WrightStudents selected at spring tryouts.  Members cheer at sport events and demonstrate positive school spirit for Liberty  
    CHESS CLUBPeter KurtzThe Chess Club is a safe place for students to learn, play, and share their passions of the game of Chess. Please feel free to bring your friends regardless of their playing abilities since we welcome all people.Room 5204Tuesdays 3-4PM
    CHOIR   Erick Price           Students register for year long class.Room 1213 
    DECAChris GapinskiThis is a year long course but club meetings occur once a month.  DECA has impacted the lives of more than ten million students, educators, and business professional since it was founded in 1946. Their strong connection with our organization has expanded into a brand that people identify as a remarkable experience in the preparation of emerging leaders and entrepreneurs.Room 3241 
    DRAMA Michael ButterworthStudents interested in auditioning for shows, building sets, making short films, and more Black BoxFirst Wednesday of the month
    DRILL TEAMJen PoulsonStudents selected at spring tryouts.  Members perform at sport events and compete at drill competitions  
    DUNGEONS AND DRAGONSCaitlin StaplesStudents will play Dungeon and Dragons and Magic cards.Room 4203Monday 3:00-4:00PM
    EQUITY CLUBRaquel MontoyaA student led club that empowers marginalized students and allies to create an inclusive and equitable school environment where they are encouraged to speak their truths regarding topics that include but are not limited to: race, gender/sexual orientation, and able-bodiness. 5102Thursdays 3-4:00PM
    FCCLA (family, community, career, leadership of AmericaDonna AbbeyStudents promote growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Science education, knowledge; and career preparation. Room 51371st Monday of the month   3:15-4:00PM
    GIRLS WHO CODEJeff WoffindenStudents will promote growth and inspiration in girls with computer skills to assist them in pursing a career in technology.Room 5123Thursdays 3:00-4:00PMPM
    HONOR SOCIETYSteve DarnellAcademic driven club that provides students with numerous  opportunities to excel in their academic career here at Liberty.Library2nd Wed of month  9:15-10:00AM
     HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENT LEADERSHIP ASSOCIATION  (HOSA)Eleonor SchneiderStudents will promote occupations in the health industry to strengthen the overall quality of healthcare to the public. 4217Thursdays 3:00-4:00
    JUNIOR STATE OF AMERICA (JSA)Mike HausenfluckStudents will promote informed citizenship and civic responsibility, improve public speaking and debate skills and inform school of current events.Room 5140Tuesdays, 3:00-4:00PM
    KEY CLUBAllison LarsonCommunity service club; part of Key Club International and supported by Kiwanis International.  5107Mondays, 3:00-4:00PM
    MATH CLUBAngie KruzichStudents will strengthen the mathematical community of LHS by bringing together a group of potential students to nuture one anothers mathmatical talentRoom 5237Tuesday, 3:00-4:00PM
    MODEL UNITED NATIONSThomas KennedyModel UN is a bunch of high schoolers pretending to be the real UN. It's a great way to meet new people and improve your speech and debate skills! At meetings, we discuss current events around the world, debating both sides of issues. We also practice for conferences: either trying to find solutions for world problems like modern piracy or debating historical situations like the Cuban Missle Crisis.Room 5235Wednesdays, 345-5:00PM
    NJROTCChief Spears & Captain Deehr. Students register for year long class.  Develop Citizen and Leadership skills during after school meetings6102 
    ORCHESTRAJoe SchumacherStudents register for year long class.  
    PATRIOT CREWAndrea Antrim and Brittany FannonJuniors and Seniors only - application process.  Students mentor incoming freshman during school year.  
    PATRIOTS UNITEDJulie HicksStudents will support Special Olympic Athletes and other individuals with disabilities in sport, recreational and leisure activities.Room 42102nd Tuesday of month 3:00-4:00PM
    PATRIOT PRESSKris DaughtersAll year class - application processRoom 5119 
    PING PONG CLUBHolly MattesonStudents compete in table tennisCommonsThursdays  3:00pm
    PRISM CLUBVicki Kenney   A student organization that advocates for LGBTQ+ students and creates a safe space for discussion and education regarding LGBTQ+ topics and issues.4201Wednesdays 8:45-9:45
    ROBOTICS FRCTod OneyVarsity Robotics                                                                        Students promote science and technology careers while designing and constructing a working robot.  Competition in January.Room 6105 Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm
    ROBOTICS FTCTod OneyJV Robotics STEM LearningRoom 6105Tuesday 3:00-5:00PM
    SCIENCE OLYMPIADAnnette LinTo explore and promost our interests in STEM subjectsRoom 4201Monday 3:00-4:00PM
    YEARBOOKAmy CookeAll year class - application processRoom 5133