LTHS offers a wide variety of activities for students to get involved in and to become a member in. To the right are links for these activities. For more information on an activity, click on the corresponding link to the right of the screen. You will be provided with a description, meeting places, meeting times, and the sponsor or sponsors for that activity.
All students must abide by District 205’s Code of Conduct policy. Parents and students must sign the code of conduct agreement to participate in all extra-curricular activities. The club sponsor will provide you with a code of conduct book and agreement letter. Only one signed agreement is needed for all sports and activities.
Lockport Township High School's Student Activities Director is Mr. Brian Lessner. You can reach Mr. Lessner by phone at 815.588.8230, or you may email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club Description: AFJROTC is open to all students enrolled in the school. Cadets participate in a wide variety of activities which include: School and community service projects; Color Guard, Drill Team, and Saber Team; Field trips to military installations and airports; Orientation flights at military installations and airports; Attendance at six day Summer Leadership School at Scott Air Force Base in Belleville, IL; Dances; Model aircraft and rocket construction; Annual awards night banquet.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Major Brown and SMSgt. Kinne, phone: 815.588.8469 or 815.588.8468.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 36.
Meeting Time: Monday-Thursday 3:15-4:00 PM, plus several evening and weekend activities. Varies depending on project assignments and responsibilities.
Club Description: The Art Club is an after school activity that provides materials, instruction and support for those students who are seeking a creative outlet in addition to their academic schedule. All art rooms (drawing, painting, computer, ceramics, and photography) are made available to the students.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Lauren Thomas, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Art Wing.
Meeting Time: Thursdays 3:00 PM.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Deb Neumeyer, phone: 815.588.8576, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 17
Meeting Time: TBA
Club Description: The Auto Club is open to all students enrolled in Vocational Auto 1 & 2, and Intro to Autos. Students participate in "Shop Talk" discussions, "Bench Racing" activities, and minor repairs and maintenance to their vehicles. Students also participate during Open House with demonstrations, and enter a float in the Homecoming Parade. A field trip to the Chicago Auto Show is also scheduled.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Mark de la Vega, email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Auto Shop.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays, 3 PM.
Club Descriptions: (For further information please click on the word Bands above.)
The Marching Porters have a long tradition of excellence and is a source of pride to Lockport area communities. The band has appeared in many parades, both local and statewide, including the State Street Thanksgiving Day Parade, Disney Parades in both Florida and California, and the Von Stuben Day Parade featured in the hit film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". The Marching Porter Band is a volunteer extra-curricular component of the Lockport Band program. Membership in the Porter Marching Band consists of auditioned members from the six curricular concert bands and various auditioned individuals in the guard. The Marching Porters performs annually at all home football games, numerous parades, and five to six field competitions. Every member who auditions (alternates and full members) will perform at every home football games and parade. Members selected as alternates will perform in every other field competition. Auditions are held annually in March and will include instructional audition days for any first year members.
The Porter Pep Band is a volunteer band which performs for all home Men’s Varsity home basketball games. The band is committed to developing spirit and enthusiasm through a variety of cheers and pop/rock music.
The Lockport Township High School Jazz Ensembles are a extra-curricular component of the Lockport Band program in which students explore various musical styles within the jazz idiom. The Jazz Ensembles have been active in many festival events, both in Illinois and nationally, with many students winning Outstanding Jazz Musician Awards. Instrumentation includes saxophones, trumpets, trombones, piano, bass, guitar, and drums. The level of the students' interest determines the structure of the jazz program. Students must be enrolled in one of the curricular bands (except for guitar and bass players). Auditions are held in early November, and groups rehearse a minimum of twice a week. Performances include jazz festivals, the Annual Jazz Showcase, and other various community functions.
The Wind Symphony consists of the most advanced musicians in grades 10- 12. This band meets daily and performs in four concerts along with eight to ten festivals per year. Every member of the Wind Symphony receives weekly private lessons from professional musicians in the area while also working with some of the nation's most prominent clinicians and guest conductors. Over the years, the Wind Symphony has earned consistent Superior Division Ratings at the State Organization Contest, performed at both the Music Educator's National Conference and Illinois Music Educator's Conference, the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, and has been selected for the University of Illinois Super-state Band Festival nineteen times.
The Symphonic Band is made up of students in grades 10- 12. This band performs music of a challenging nature and focuses on the continuing development of the musical skills of its members. The Symphonic Band performs in four concerts and 3-4 adjudication festivals annually. Bi-weekly private lessons during band or after school are expected of all members in this ensemble, as well as a serious commitment to practicing the literature.
Concert Band consists of students in grades 10-12 and places emphasis on the development of musical fundamentals in preparation for future placement in Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, or Collegiate Ensembles. Private lessons during band or after school are encouraged of all members in this ensemble as well as a serious commitment to practicing the literature performed. The Concert band performs in four concerts a year.
All freshman band students are assigned to the Freshman Bands, and meet as a class each day during school. The groups serve as an introduction to the high school band experience at LTHS. As enrollment allows, the group is divided in order to give students the maximum opportunity to improve their playing abilities and musical knowledge. Emphasis is placed on developing a base of musical fundamental skills through music and exercises appropriate to the level of the ensemble. Private lessons during band or after school are encouraged of all members in this ensemble as well as a serious commitment to practicing the literature performed. The Freshman Band performs in four formal concerts every year, in addition to two festivals.
The Winter Guard at Lockport Township High School is an extra-curricular activity which offers participation to both males and females. The activity demands physical involvement in rehearsal and performance including sequential body movement and choreography both with and without flags. Many members of the Winter Guard are also members of the Color Guard the visual aspect of the Marching Band. The Winter Guard season runs from January through March. The purpose of the Winter Guard is to strive for excellence, develop teamwork, and to entertain at the highest performance level. Thus, the indoor guard opportunity is a blend of that produces “The Sport of the Arts.”
Club Description: Best Buddies is an international organization that fosters one on one friendships between students attending regular education classes and those students who have special needs. Students are encouraged to get together outside school, call each other on the phone and email. Parties are held after school alternating months. Through Best Buddies, students are able to see that we are all more alike than not.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Eileen Hacker, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Sue Herring, phone: 815.588.8485, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Locations: East Campus, Varies as per activities.
Meeting Time: Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website.
Club Description: Planning and implementing community service projects. Our motto is "Leadership through service."
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Matt Major. email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Mr. Major in the East Campus Guidance Office.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Maroon Room.
Meeting Time: Varies as per activities and membership. Meetings are announced. Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website.
Club Description: Opportunity for Chess competition for students between school and their classmates.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Geof Rinkerberger email email@example.com, phone: Mr. John Foys, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8558
Meeting Locations: Mondays on East Campus in Room 38
Meeting Time: 3:00 PM
Club Description: Porter Players Drama Club and International Thespian Society members are responsible for the Fall Play, Winter One Acts (student directed), Variety Show, Group Interpretation (Competitive Readers' Theatre), and the Spring Musical.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Laura Gilbert, email: email@example.com, Mr. Pat Deane, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Time: Rehearsal times vary. Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website.
Club Description: Focus on the Family Consumer Science areas: Child Care, Fashion, Foods, and Interior Design. Affiliation with National Organization FCCLA where students can compete in Regional and State Competitions in classes they have taken in FACS.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Jennifer Sandstrom, email: email@example.com, phone:815.588.8457. Ms. Stacey Yarmoska, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8628.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 97.
Meeting Time: Bi-monthly, 3:00-4:30 PM. (Day of the week may vary.)
Club Description: French conversation tables, restaurant field trips and holiday celebrations. Members are part of the French Honor Society Induction Ceremony and activities at Alliance Francaise.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Tina Sochaki, email: email@example.com, phone: 815.588.8630. Ms. Kathy Pratt, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8524. Mr. Drew Reaves, email: email@example.com, phone: 815.588.8736.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 12.
Meeting Time: Twice per month, Fridays at 3:00 PM.
Club Description: The goals of the Freshman Class this year are to construct a competitive float for Homecoming and to raise sufficient money to begin the sophomore year with a substantial treasury. The class officers at the beginning of the school year will determine specific fund raising goals.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Dawn McAllister, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8665. Ms. Jorie Gustafson, email: email@example.com, phone 815.588.8673
Meeting Location: Central Campus, MIS.
Meeting Time: Meeting times vary. Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website.
Club Description: What is FEA? FEA is short for Future Educators of America, a club for students interested in working in the field of education. FEA is primarily a service club that provides opportunities to learn more about the field of education and to help out teachers within our building. Our club works with the Special Education/Transition students as well as with local feeder schools to learn more about the field of education.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Jillian Kaster, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Sarah Smith, email: email@example.com
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 50B, Central Campus Room 328.
Meeting Time: Every other Tuesday after school. Please listen to announcements for location.
Club Description: We promote appreciation of German Studies through events that inform and entertain. Members are selected based on academic achievement in German following their 3rd semester of study.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Dr. John Andrew (Drew) Reaves, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 815.588.8736.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 7.
Meeting Time: Every other Wednesday after school, time to be announced.
Club Description: The Great Books and Poetry Club is open to any Lockport High School student who finds reading enjoyable, relaxing, and stimulating. Participants encounter some of the finest classics and contemporary authors and poets through reading and discussion. The group discussions provide an atmosphere where students feel confident about sharing their ideas. The leaders and participants work together to answer questions that reflect doubt about a story's meaning. Other activities may include field trips to book stores, book reviews, poetry reading and slams. The Great Book Club also sponsors the Expresso Expressions Coffeehouses.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Georgia Satcher-Jones, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 204, or East Campus, Library.
Meeting Time: 3:00-4:15 PM, 2 or 3 times per month, depending upon activities
Club Description: Community service and promotion of international understanding.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Lynnae Fash, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Mr. Rick DeLeon, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 38 & 40 and Maroon Room.
Meeting Time: Bi-weekly on Tuesdays. Listen to announcements for location and times.
Club Description: International Club is a group of students interested in other cultures and languages: volunteer work, cultural activities, and Foreign Exchange Students.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Josh Sollie, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room T003.
Meeting Time: After school (3:00-4:00 PM), Mondays, twice a month (date varies).
Club Description: Project for the Junior class include, Homecoming elections, Homecoming assemblies, and the Junior/Senior Prom.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Angie Pompilio, email: email@example.com, phone: 815.588.8549, and Ms. Sarah Steinke, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8475.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Location varies.
Meeting Time: To be announced. Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website.
Club Description: Select (auditioned) ensemble performing classical to contemporary music at all choral concerts. (Ladies Ensemble is not restricted to students enrolled in the choral program.)
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Chad Goetz, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Choir Room.
Meeting Time: Thursday, 7:00-9:00 PM, plus performances.
Club Description: The serving wenches for the Madrigal dinner - also perform during the dinner. (Madri-"gals" is not restricted to students enrolled in the choral program.)
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Chad Goetz, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Kristen Donnelly, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Choir Room.
Meeting Time: Thursday, 6:00-8:00 PM, plus performances.
Club Description: Practice and preparation for 5 contests throughout the year, starting in September, and ending in February.
Freshmen: Ms. Catherine Simmons, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sophomores: Mr. Tony Strahanoski, email: email@example.com.
Juniors: Ms. Carin Cooper, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors: Ms. Arlene Fassola, email: email@example.com.
Freshmen: Central Campus, Room 316.
Sophomores: East Campus, Room 64.
Juniors: East Campus, Room 60A.
Seniors: East Campus, Room 60A.
Meeting Time : After school (most often Monday and Wednesday), 3:00-4:00 PM. See the Sponsor for a schedule.
Club Description: The National Honor Society is an organization of students who excel in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. N.H.S. members serve their school and community through activities such as the Tutoring Program. School events sponsored by the N.H.S. include the Homecoming Dance, Teacher Appreciation Week, and the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Juniors and Seniors may be eligible for membership by having a cumulative grade point average, weighted or unweighted, of at least 3.5. Students must also have at least 18 hours of school /community service and of those 18 hours, 3 hours must be true volunteer community service hours. The 18 hours cannot all come from being in a sport at the school. Once qualified, students are selected by a committee of faculty members.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Pam Hoefling, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Nicole Ernest, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 58.
Meeting Time: To be announced.
Club Description: Orchesis is a dance performance club open to all Lockport students. Auditions are held for choreographers in the following dance styles: ballet, lyrical, jazz, modern, hip-hop, tap and ethnic. Dancers audition for the dances and rehearse from late October through March. The performance is held at the East Campus Auditorium. Guest choreographers also work with selected Orchesis dancers on a dance to be performed in the March shows.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Diane Sniegowski, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Marissa Cochran, email: email@example.com and Laura Riordan, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Location: East Campus, Dance Studio.
Meeting Time: Monday - Friday, 3:20-5:20 PM (40 minute rehearsal per dance).
Club Description: The Porter Press in published approximately once a month. No previous experience is necessary to be a staff member or a news writer. The staff does everything from writing stories to actually putting the newspaper together. Students interested in art, business, and photography will also find a place on the staff. No matter what a your interests may be, the Porter Press will have a place for you.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Jason Dubiel, email: email@example.com, and Mr. Ron Vasile email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 237.
Meeting Time: Every Wednesday, 3:00 PM.
Club Description: Jeopardy-like quiz bowl where Varsity and Junior Varsity teams compete against other schools. Students participate in Saturday tournaments, and mid-week conferences for SWSC and IHSA competition.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. William Kane, email: email@example.com, Kelly Hyerczyk , email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Location: Varsity will meet on East Campus in Room 28/30.
Meeting Time: Tuesday 3:00-4:20 PM.
Club Description: Students participate in school and Village floral fundraisers, community service projects (food drives), spring bedding plant sales and they donate floral arrangements to local nursing homes. In addition, students are able to attend horticulture/floral competitions and horticulture field trips.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Steve Soderborg, email: email@example.com,
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 33.
Meeting Time: 3:00-4:30 PM. Meeting dates to be determined.
Club Description: All students interested in science. Science Club activities include competitions that involve testing in the various science subjects, building toothpick bridges and windmills, building and racing mousetrap cars, tree identification, and other challenges. The club is actively involved in "Mole Day." Other activities can be planned, depending on member interests.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Robert Champlin, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Colleen Gosewisch, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 25.
Meeting Time: 3:00 PM.
Club Description: Students get involved in programs outside of the school setting such as Fermilab, Argonne, University of Illinois, Adler Planetarium and numerous other Universities.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. William Kane, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 27.
Meeting Time: Varies depending upon activity.
Club Description: All activities are organized by the sponsors and class officers, but participation is open to all class members. The senior class is responsible for coordinating the Homecoming Parade line up and for building a Homecoming class float. Other activities sponsored by the senior class include a dinner dance for seniors only, the panoramic class photograph, the Top10% Dinner, and Late Night (the all night party following graduation).
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Kristen Williams, email: email@example.com, and Ms. Monika Sasulski, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus Maroon Room.
Meeting Time: TBA
Club Description: The purpose of this club is to explore American Sign Language and learn the official language of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Extra activites of this club include meeting with deaf students/adults, exploring deaf culture, learning to sign songs, hosting a pool party for deaf students, and decorating for Homecoming.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Missy Schmook, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 3.
Meeting Time: Thursdays from 3:15-4:00 PM.
Club Description: Lockport Ski and Snowboard Club is a student funded organization that enables students to enjoy skiing and snowboarding throughout the winter months. We take trips to various midwest resorts, usually on Saturdays. You do not have to know how to ski or snowboard nor do you need to have your own equipment. Any student enrolled here at LTHS is welcome to join.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Cheryl Sorensen, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 815.588.8525.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Maroon Room.
Meeting Time: Varies as per activities and membership. Meetings are announced. Please listen to announcements, and or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website, or see Ms Sorensen at East Campus, in Room13. The first informational meeting is in November.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Mark de la Vega, email@example.com.
Meeting Location: TBA
Meeting Time: TBA
Club Description: Snowball is an organization for the purpose of providing opportunities for students to build self-esteem in a drug-free environment. Membership is open to all students. Student leaders meet on a regular basis in preparation for the main annual activity, the Annual Snowball, a 1-3 day event featuring speakers on topics of interest to teens, followed by small discussion groups which allow participants to express their views on the topics covered by the speakers or other topics they feel strongly about. The event is organized, planned, and staffed by members of Operation Snowball. The high school students also staff the Snowflake, which is held each year at the Junior High Schools.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Christian Bugal, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Dana Capko, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: Central Campus Room 222F
Meeting Time: 3:00 PM. Please listen to announcements for Activity information, and/or check Daily Announcements on the LTHS website
Club Description: Projects for the Sophomore class include Homecoming, sponsoring the Sweetheart Dance in February, and future projects.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Stacey Yarmoska, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Elizabeth Laitman, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus,TBD.
Meeting Time: Varies, please contact sponsors
Club Description: Spanish Honor Society is a national honorary society that recognizes those students who have done exemplary work in their Spanish classes. In order to become a member, a student must submit an application, which is available in late January/early February, be enrolled in Spanish 2 or above and registered to continue with their language study, have a 3.0 overall grade point average and a 3.5 gpa in all Spanish classes. Our society is an active society in that we promote language study and have the desire to learn about the culture of the Spanish-speaking world.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Kathy Pratt, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 6
Meeting Time: We meet monthly. Listen to daily announcements and look for the signs that are posted on the doors of the Spanish classrooms.
Club Description: A club that is made up of Special Olympic Volunteers and Athletes. The club meets informally throughout the year. Volunteers assist our Special Olympic Athletes prepare for their area 7 conference events along with friendly competitions (Basketball and Track & Field) with other schools.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Kelly Urbanski, email: email@example.com, phone: 815.588.8647, and Mr. Pat Wolf, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 815.588.8760
Meeting Location: Central Campus.
Meeting Time: Varies, please contact sponsors.
Club Description: The speech team competes in a total of ten tournaments from November through February. The thirteen competitive events range from public speaking to acting. Students who like to write their own material may compete in original comedy, original oratory, or special occasion speaking. Dramatic and humorous duet acting as well as dramatic and humorous interpretation is designed for those who like acting. Other events include radio speaking, extemporaneous speaking, impromptu speaking, oratorical declamation, prose and poetry reading.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Jason Jaffe, Head Coach, email: email@example.com, and Ms. Gail Wiercioch, Assistant Coach, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ms. Amy Bowden, Assistant Coach, email: email@example.com
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 226.
Meeting Time: 3-5 times per week, 3:15-5:30 PM.
For more Information please visit: http://lockportspeech.weebly.com/
Club Description: Step or Steppers is a dance team that combines many forms of dance including tap and jazz. The season usually runs November-late January. Performances include the Homecoming Parade as well as many half-time shows for home basketball games.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Kara Abarca, phone: 815.588.8633, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: Central Campus Cafeteria
Meeting Time: Monday and Wednesday, 3:00-4:30 PM.
Club Description: The Student Government consists of the students who wish to lead the school in both social and community activities. Students may become members by attending three consecutive meetings. Officers for the organization are elected in the spring by the student body for the following school year. This organization represents the student body at school board meetings and on various other communities. In addition, the Student Government sponsors many social activities throughout the school year such as Homecoming, concerts, pep assemblies, and the Twirp dance in the spring. Furthermore, Student Government is interested in working within our community. The money that is made is contributed to worthy causes. Also, time is donated to such organizations as the Heartland Blood Bank. The Lockport Student Government is also very active in the SWSC Student Government. Each year members attend a Leadership Conference, which is held at one of the SWSC Conference Schools.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Ms. Courtney Oxley-Turner, email: email@example.com, and Mr. Ryan Visser, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 99
Meeting Time: Student Government meetings are listed in the Porter Planner.
Club Description: The Technology Education Club is open to all students at Lockport High School. Participants will actively become involved in the world of technology. Participants may gain experience using computer aided drafting, using high tech equipment, and playing computer games.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Jeff Brown, email: email@example.com, and Mr. Rodger Ebert, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, CAD Lab, Room 102.
Meeting Time: Wednesday, 3:00-4:15 PM
Club Description: The Video Club is open to all students at Lockport High School.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Jeff Krohn, phone: 815.588.8447, email: email@example.com, and Mr. Tim O'Malley, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Location: East Campus, MIS.
Meeting Time: Monday at 3:00 PM.
Club Description: Literary magazine
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. Matt Bedore, phone: 815.588.8546, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: TBA
Meeting Time: TBA
Club Description: Computer club is for students interested in using the computer and various software packages to drawing and designing in 2D & 3D, completing animation, graphics, 2D or 3D scanning and 3D printing or even just completing computer generated projects for classes or other clubs.
Web Design - Mr. Kevin Brady, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Location: Campus Room 217.
Meeting Time: Exact meeting dates and times to be announced.
Computer Club - Mr. Jeff Brown, email: email@example.com
Meeting Location: Typically every other Wednesday after school on East Campus Room 102.
Meeting Time: Exact meeting dates and times to be announced.
Club Description: For the next eight months, it will be our responsibility to capture the entire year within the pages of The LOCK. We will accomplish this with creative photography, artwork, and layout design using Pagemaker coupled with interesting copy and hard work. We need freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors willing to meet every Thursday beginning in September. No experience is necessary; students will be taught all aspects of yearbook production. Listen to the announcements during the first week of school for our first meeting.
Sponsors/Contact Information: Mr. David Lorkiewicz, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and Mr. Brian Pearson, email: email@example.com.
Meeting Location: East Campus, Room 62.
Meeting Time: Thursday, 3:00 PM.
- Art Club
- Art National Honor Society
- Auto Club
- Best Buddies
- Beta Club
- Chess Club
- Drama Club (Porter Players)
- French Honor Society
- Freshman Class
- Future Educators of America
- German Honor Society
- Great Books & Poetry Club
- Interact Club
- International Club
- Junior Class
- Ladies Ensemble
- Math Team
- National Honor Society
- Porter Press
- Scholastic Bowl
- Science Club "Horticulture" Science Club "Jets"
- Science Special Project
- Senior Class
- Sign Language Club
- Ski & Snowboard Club
- Skills USA
- Sophomore Class
- Spanish Honor Society
- Special Olympics
- Speech Team
- Student Government
- Technology Education Club
- Video Club
- Web Site Design And Computer Club
- Yearbook (The Lock)