Extracurricular Activites

During 9th hours students have a number of extracurricular and academic extra-help clubs to choose from.

9th Hour Club & Extra Help Schedule 2017-18.pdf

2017 Club Showcase Slideshow (from first day of school)

Chess

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Liberty Common High School’s students are active in a number of extracurricular clubs, competitions and organizations. Some currently under formation at LCHS include:

The Alliterates.  The Alliterates is a fun club dedicated to alliteration. Each week leaders will prepare a presentation about topics beginning with the same letter as the current month. For example, in September they may play soccer and talk about socks.

Ambassadors Club.  The mission of the Ambassadors Club is to promote community, acceptance, and justice at Liberty Common High School for all students. New high-school students will find this club helpful to adapt to Liberty while having fun interacting with other students.

Arts and Crafts Club.  Crochet, knitting, coloring, sewing, and more. All ages are welcome. Bring your own supplies to work with. Students will share tips, projects, and ideas.

Board Games.  This club is for those students serious about playing or learning to play board games, which is a genre of board games that emphasizes strategy.

Chess Club.  Students will learn to play chess and play against one another and computer opponents.

Conspiracy Theory Club.  Students discuss many historical and modern conspiracies from a range of different subjects. Discussions will be insightful and will even include handouts for reference. All theories are open to interpretation so all opinions are welcome. This club is for those who love to piece together controversial parts of history to provide new explanations to old problems.

Creative Writing Club.  Students will share and discuss each other’s prose, plays and poetry. Come to read, come to recite, come to listen.

Curator Club.  Curator Club is an artistic outlet for advanced art students to showcase their work in the school and throughout the community. Students will coordinate art shows and submit their work into Local and National Art Competitions.

CyberPatriot Club.  Students will participate in the nation’s premier national high school cyber-defense competition.

Drama Club.  This club focuses on the skills and techniques of acting in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. There are many activities and plenty of improvisation.

DJ Club.  Do you love music? Do you want to learn to DJ? Then DJ Club is the place for you! This is a student-run club in which you will learn to put playlists together for awesome dances, use the turntable, set up the lights and plan lights shows, use fog machines, and everything else that a professional DJ can do. After the 5 week mandatory training period, you will be able to DJ our Junior High and High School dances.

Film Club.  Run by the House Production Manager and the Director of Photography, participants in Film Club gain acquaintance with the tools, skills, and process of filmmaking (from development to post-production) and are provided opportunities to view and discuss the masterpieces of cinematic history.

Fishing Club.  Students are invited to Fishing Club for tutorials on how to catch certain kinds of fish and what sort of bait, lure, or fly to use. There will be epic tales of the one that got away (mostly told by Mr. Vetter), as well as images of fish actually caught by students and staff.

Frisbee Club.  Students and teachers rally to play intense games of ultimate Frisbee at the end of the day once per week.

Hot Politics Club/Rebel Alliance.  Participants meet weekly with LCHS Principal and former U.S. Congressman Bob Schaffer for lively guided discussions, debates, and special political guests. Topics cover current political issues occurring at the local, state, national, and international levels.

HP Internship Club.  The club is for students who are interested in pursuing internship opportunities in any area of specialization. Based upon the successes of Liberty students in internships at HP.

Key Club.  Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. Participants seek to be caring and competent servant leaders who transform communities worldwide. The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.

Mu Alpha Theta.  Mu Alpha Theta is a national math honor society. It is open to high-school math students at LCHS who have successfully completed both Algebra 1 and Geometry and who have at least a 3.0 grade average in their math classes. This organization offers leadership opportunities in math, tutoring opportunities, fun days such as Pi Day celebrations, math talks and activities, and access to competitions available only to members. There is also access to national conventions and summer camp opportunities for those members who wish to expand their mathematical horizons over the summer.

Nerdfighter Club.  Nerdfighter Club is a place for students interested in the Vlogbrothers, John and Hank Green, in teaching each other about the value of nerdy topics of all kinds, and in making the world and our school a better place through the awesome power of enthusiasm. Students teach one another their nerdy passions and skills and plan events to share these passions with the school at large.

Ocean Bowl.  This is a fast-pace question-and-answer format similar to Jeopardy quizzing students’ knowledge in all areas of science.

Philosophy Club.  Philosophy Club presents a casual environment to learn more about the history of thought and to discuss topics related to human significance and purpose. It’s objectives are primarily conversation and humble reflection, but we wish also to convey some level of familiarity with important thinkers from the past together with their questions and teachings.

Science Bowl (HS).  Science Bowl is an intense, action-packed "trivia" game where teams from Colorado compete against one another in hopes of moving on to the national competition in Washington D.C.. Practices assist in preparing students for upcoming competitions.

Spirit Club.  Spirit Club exists to promote school spirit through athletics. Students put on Pep Rallies, promote Spirit Games, teach cheers, and create signs and posters for our athletic teams.

Yearbook Club.  This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in photography, journalism, graphic design, leadership, and social events.

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