Clubs and Extracurriculars
Lemoore Middle College High School offers a variety of clubs and extracurricular opportunities for students who wish to get involved in both their school and the community. Our annual club fair gives students the opportunity to see what each club has to offer and make their decisions to join. Students may join a club at any point in the school year. Some extracurriulars have specific entrance and tryout dates and therefore are not open enrollment opportunities.
Student Leadership and Government allows students the opportunity to have a voice in thier school and to take party as leaders and organizers of the many activities throughout the school year from Club Fair to Prom. LMCHS offers Leadership 1 and 2 as a class which requires students to also take part in the extracurricular portion of the class. Leadership also runs the LMCHS Green Committee as part of its regular duties.
Spanish Club meets in room 516 under the leadership of Mr. Lopez. The club studies and promotes the Spanish Language as well as Spanish and Mexican Culture. The club has gone on trips to California's historic Missions and takes part in a variety of fundraising events throughout the year and they make some amazing food! Come to a meeting to learn more about how you can serve as a member.
LMCHS Animanga Club is designed for students who are fans of Anime and Manga. The club meets regularly to discuss what is new in the world of these popular Japanese cartoons and comics. The club also celebrates Japanese culture through food and language. If you are interested in learning more, please come to a meeting.
GSA (Gay, Straight Alliance)
Lemoore Middle College High School's GSA Club was created by students who believe in treating all students with caring and respect and that no student should ever have to go to school, or anywhere else for that matter, in fear of being themselves. The club meets on Monday's in room 501. All are welcome.
Chess Club is an informal gathering of LMCHS students interested in playing or learning about chess.We meet in room 509 on Wednesdays at lunch, but students are welcome to come in on Mondays and Fridays to play as well.We will have two tournaments this school year--one in the Fall and one in the Spring. There will be prizes for first, second, and third place winners of the tournament.Jorge Castellon is the student Chess Master (president), and is the winner of last year's Spring Tournament.The tournament ladder will be determined by the informal play at lunchtimes before each tournament.There are no dues, and meetings are not mandatory.Students are free to bring their lunch into the classroom.
Come join us in Mr. Rice's room, room 502, to discover what God's WORD says about your life! Discuss real-life topics with students that are experiencing similar issues and questions as you. We meet at lunch every Thursday. So, come see what HE's all about!
Chuckle Chuckle Ha Ha - LMCHS Improv
Chuckle-Chuckle-Ha-Ha is a theatre troupe that promotes the arts at LMCHS. Students practice and compete in the quick art of improv! While improv is a core focus of this club, students are expanding to include monologues and two person scenes. Chuckle students also plan and run the annual Pantherstock, which celebrates the performing and visual arts on campus.