Clubs and Activities
The administration and faculty of Lancaster High School support the inclusion of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities as part of the educational process for students. We also understand the importance of academic achievement and the need to keep the education of our students as our highest priority. Students must maintain a level of academic success before they can partici-pate in activities and the requirements listed below are meant to ensure that our emphasis is on education, and not to limit a student’s participation.
The following are the requirements for students to participate in an extracurricular activity, such as a club, or dance, or extra curricular school event:
- Be enrolled in classes that earn the student at least 20 credits per semester.
- Have passing grades in the classes they are taking.
- Be on target with their credits earned toward graduation requirements.
- Have earned at least a 2.0 GPA. Quarter grades determine eligibility and have less than 3 unsatisfactory citizenship marks.
End of quarter dates: 10/12/18, 12/21/18, 3/15/19, & 6/6/19
- May not have more than 10 hours of unexcused absences or truancies in two or more classes.
- Have a schedule of at least four (4) hours of class time (or 2 periods) per day to participate in an activity. In cases where an activity is scheduled for a Saturday, students should have attended at least four (4) hours of class time (or 2 periods) on the preceding Friday to participate.
- Students who travel with a club for an activity or field trip must complete and have an Emergency Information Card (pink card) signed by their parent.
- Students and parents/guardians are required to sign the: Club Activities Participation form.
The administration at Lancaster High School may revoke a student’s eligibility should they have poor citizenship or attendance, or the student’s behavior (prior or present) is of a nature considered not conducive to representing his/her school.
District Board Policy (BP 6145.5)
The Board of Trustees believes that student organizations reinforce the instructional program, give students practice in democratic self-government, and provide social and recreational activities. Student organizations also serve to honor outstanding student achievement and enhance school spirit and student’s sense of belonging.
School sponsored student organizations must be organized at the school, have a certificated advisor, be composed completely of current student body members, and be approved by the Superintendent or designee in accordance with Board of Trustees policy. They shall hold the majority of their meetings at school and have a democratic plan for the selection of officers. Organization activities shall not conflict with the authority and responsibilities of school officials.
The following is a list of clubs active in the 2019-2020 school year
180 degree Bible Club
Alternative Appreciation Club
Class of 2020
Class of 2021
C2C Class 2 Community
Eagles Drone Club
GSA - Gay Straight Alliance
Girls Who Code
Hispanic Honor Society
Making a Difference
Mix It Up
Table Top Games
Women of Charcter
Track and Field
Ms. Polizzi & Ms. Christensen
Mrs. Makhoul & Ms. Guertin
Mr Bailey & Ms. LAwhon
Mr. Frias & Mr. McDaniel
Mr Baumbach & Mr. Cate
Ms. Reinhardt & Mr. Matthews
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is a statewide organization dedicated to encouraging academic achievement.
Membership is based on grade earned the previous semester and must be renewed at the beginning (first three weeks) of each semester. Membership applications and qualifications are available in the activities office or from Mrs. Vattioni in the Guidance office.
Life CSF Membership and graduation in gold is earned by membership in CSF for 4 semesters beginning with grades earned during the sophomore year and including at least on semester based on grades earned during the senior year.
For further clarification please see Mrs. Vattioni in the Guidance office.