Jr/Sr High School Clubs & Activities

Offered programs are based upon student interest and student suggestions for club offerings are always welcome.

Club Descriptions
Appetites Anonymous (Food Club) Currently Appetites Anonymous is a club that organizes and prepares the annual Thanksgiving dinner and Memorial Day brunch served to the community.  Students can sign up to participate in preparing food for that day at home and at school as well as decorate for the event.
Archery Club Archery club is an afterschool program that shoots indoors at distances of 10 and 15 meters.  We practice 1-2 weeks after school prior to March 20th New York State Championships which is held in Syracuse. It is open for all students from grades 7-12. Participation in the club is not during any other sport seasons, it falls at the end of winter sports and before Spring sports. This is done so everyone can compete.
Environmental Club Environmental Club is open to students 7 – 12 and focuses on educational environmental topics and works on projects to improve the local community. Please talk to Ms. Sime if you are interested in joining.
Fitness Club Fitness club is for all students who have a desire to learn new exercises and to become physically fit.  Fitness club consists of students of a wide variety of abilities.  You do not need to the strongest person in the school to be apart of the Fitness Club.  We will set you up on an individual fitness plan that is tailored to each student’s fitness goal.  We currently meet Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 2:15-3:00.  In the winter months it will be open Monday-Friday from 2:15-3:00.
Intramural Swim Club Intramural swim team is an opportunity for elementary and middle school students to learn how to progress from swim lessons to being part of a swim team, without the pressure of competition. Intramural Swim Team meets in January, February, and March. Please talk to Ms. Sime if you are interested in joining.
Literary Arts Club The New Lebanon Literary Arts Magazine Club member participates in the publication of  the yearly literary arts magazine. This publication showcases the literary and visual arts talents of our student body.. Club members gain experience in design and layout of the magazine as well as editing and fund raising.
Makerspace Club The Makerspace club meets in the library three days a week, usually Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Students are given the opportunity to create and design with a variety of high and low tech materials.  In addition, there are two Book Clubs that meet during this time: Manga Club (Japanese graphic novels) and Let’s get Lit(erary) (traditional book club).
Minecraft Club Minecraft club meets once a week in the library beginning in late September/early October and ending in March.  Students need to sign up each week in the library as seating is limited to 25 computers.
National Honor Society The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Members of the National Honor Society are actively involved in service projects in both the school and community setting. Some projects of the past include: coat drives, community dinners, cemetery clean-up, courtyard clean-up, and the Backpack Program.
Outspoken! (Formerly SADD) The club’s mission is to promote positivity and inclusivity within the school community. The club will be discussing several important topics to build awareness and help students learn how to be allies and advocates to their peers.
Spanish Club Cultural exploration of the Spanish-speaking world through foods, movies, music and the arts. Frequency of meetings: 1-2 times per month, depending on the planned activity
Spirit Club Students in this club help spread a positive message throughout the school in addition to organizing and planning events such as homecoming, pep rallies, and spirit week throughout the year.
Student Council Student Council is the active voice of the New Lebanon student body. Student council is the primary organization in charge of student and student organization fundraising. Student council is also advocates for the voice and desires of the student body here at New Lebanon Junior Senior High School. Participants advocated and negotiate with faculty, administration, and community members, with the goal of making the experience at New Lebanon the best it can possibly be for the students.
Swim Club Swim club is an opportunity for students 7 – 12 and staff to swim laps or refine their swimming technique. Swim club occurs after school during the spring. Please talk to Ms. Sime if you are interested in joining.
Travel Club Travel Club is designed to educate students by immersing them in new cultures and environments. Travel Club takes a yearly trip overseas during Spring Recess. Membership is open to students who will be in grades 9-12 when travel takes place.
Yearbook Students get to organize, edit, and compose the yearbook annually.  Students are given jobs such as photographing school events and designing all aspects of the yearbook.