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Activities and Clubs

ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY

LVMS & LVHS ASB organizes student activities, represents student issues to the School Administration, and advocates achievement in both academics and extra-curricular life at our school. ASB is the group who organizes social events on campus, such as Rec Nights, Homecoming, Pep Rallies, Assemblies, Prom, Student Trips, and Grad Night. ASB also recognizes students for hard work and achievement through awards & prizes.

Participation in ASB requires an afterschool commitment for infrequent events and meetings. No travel outside of the district is necessary.
 
• Middle School Advisor:     Mrs. McDonough
• High School Advisor:        Mrs. Evans
 

ATHLETICS

Join the tradition - join the team! Lucerne Valley High School is looking for a few good student-athletes who are interested in training up and competing against schools in exhibition and league matches. We offer the following sports:
 
Season Mustangs Sports Offered Colts Sports Offered
Fall Season
Aug-Nov
Cross Country
Football
Volleyball
Flag Football
Volleyball
Winter Season
Nov-Feb
Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Boys Soccer
Girls Soccer
 Wrestling
Baseball
Softball
Spring Season
Feb-May
Baseball
Softball
Track & Field
Golf
Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball

 
Athletics requires an afterschool commitment (including school breaks), with practice sessions required for competition, and participation in exhibition and season events. Transportation may require parent pick-up or drop-off for certain events/sports. More information can be found at our school MaxPreps website.
 
• Athletic Director:  Mr. Barkley
 

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA

The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Much more than just showing up at the County Fair, FFA prepares students with a solid background in biology, business, and civics utilizing the latest in technology, representatives from both community and industry, and rewards hard work and ingenuity.

FFA classes take place entirely during the school day. Becoming an FFA Officer, participating in projects or attending FFA events may require an afterschool commitment (including school breaks). Transportation may require parent pick-up or drop-off for certain events.
 
• FFA Advisor:  Mr. VanBavel
 

REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM

Get a leg up on college and the real world: ROP Classes are being offered at Lucerne Valley High School for students 16 years of age and older to gain real-world skills. ROP Classes aren’t just electives; attendance in ROP can also count for college credit (where applicable) as well as a certificate that gives you a leg up in job applications after High School.
 
• ROP Administrator:  Mrs. Spillman
 
 
YEARBOOK

Help us to assemble the annual Lucerne Valley High School yearbook! We need talented, creative and skilled students to make sure the last book you open this year is the best it can possibly be.

• Yearbook Teacher:  Mrs. Papiernik