• Lindbergh High School Clubs & Activities

    Assistant Principal/Clubs: Kirsten Roberts-Hunkovic  425-204-3212

    Alphabet Soup (GSA) – Wednesdays, room 250B – 2:10 to 3:00.  Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings and show support of our students and the LGBTQ community. Gerald Kovacs  425-204-3282

    AP Testing Coordinator Linda Sismour – 425-204-3167

    Art Club – Tuesdays, room 290F – 2:15 to 3:30 Advisor: Linda Sismour – 425-204-3167

    Associated Student Body (ASB) Advisor: Maren Delaney         425-204-3153

    Book Club – Fridays, Library 2:15 to 3:00 The Book Club at Lindbergh High School is open to students of all kinds who love to read! (And even for those who pretend they like to read!) Book Club provides students an opportunity to celebrate books and reading of all kinds. It’s not just fiction. Fanfiction, comics, nonfiction, news, etc. are highlighted in the club. We spend a lot of time socializing, crafting, eating, and sharing favorites. Come check us out!  Advisor: TBA – 425-203-3231

    Cheer Karissa Willhite – 425-204-3278

    Chess Club Advisor: to be determined

    Class of 2017 Advisor:  Elliot Ilgenfritz – 425-204-3155 and Kayla Sherwood

    Class of 2018 Advisor: Alyssa Shewey  – 425-204-3168

    Class of 2019 Advisor: Kari Hollandsworth  – 425-204-3268

    Class of 2020 TBD

    Club Aery  Club Aery organizes two dances each year. Some years, we also do a family activity for the school such as a night at the Mariners or the Improv. Advisor: to be determined

    Culinary Club – Thursdays, room 280 Culinary Club, where students who want to increase their repertoire in regards to cooking techniques, understanding basic principles of cooking and just want to have fun cooking, meet with like-minded students. Advisor: to be determined

    Dance  Advisor: to be determined

    DECA – 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, room 111 – 2:15  DECA, is an Association of Marketing Students. Our very dynamic DECA chapter is an optional activity coming from a student’s involvement in a Career and Life Skills Education class, most often a Marketing class.  DECA gives students a chance to develop the business skills they have learned in the classroom. Our chapter focuses on leadership, competition, scholarship, and community service. DECA affords its members the opportunity to travel locally to Bellevue, WA for Area and State competition and places like Atlanta, GA, Anaheim, CA, and Orlando, FL for our year-end International competition. The Eagle’s Nest, our student store, is a working lab which allows students to practice retail skills they can use in their jobs away from school. Profits from the store help to defray the students’ costs for DECA-related travel. Want some real-world experience? Come check out DECA, a great investment of your time. Advisor: Edward Dunn          425-204-3236

    Drama Club Drama Club provides students a place to learn theatre skills and produce theatre for the LHS community. The club meets monthly, on a regular basis and intermittently based on projects. Advisor: to be determined

    Eagle Crew Student mentors for the freshman class!  Advisor:  Katie Horelick 425-204-3293 and Alyssa Shewey 425-204-3168

    Environmental Club – Tuesdays, room 310A – after school  Environmental Club will be focusing on gardening, recycling and restoration projects this year.  Advisor: Gerald Kovacs– 425-204-3282

    FBLA – Thursdays, room 220A – after school  FBLA brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. FBLA is a national organization in which members compete and participate in leadership conferences throughout the year that prove to be knowledgeable and fun! FBLA is an educational association of students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields as well as serving the community. Advisor: Janel LeMieux – 425-204-3193

    Hip Hop Club Advisor:  TBD

    HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association) Advisor: Maren Delaney 425-204-3236

    International Club – meetings monthly as announced, room 250D – 2:05  International Club promotes cultural awareness by doing presentations monthly to the student body. The activities are in room 250D at 2:05. Listen to the bulletin for details! Advisor: JoAnne Peterson – 425-204-3255

    Japanese Club – Thursdays, room 250A – 2:05 to 3:05 Advisor: Hiromi Weir – 425-204-3252

    KEY Club – Mondays, cafeteria – 2:10 Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It's a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.  Advisors: Matt Vermeulen – 425-204-3272 and Hiromi Weir – 425-204-3252

    Korean Club – Fridays, room 320A – 2:15 Advisor: EunYi Bok – 425-204-3154

    Latino Club Advisor: to be determined

    National Honor Society Advisor: Sarah Cowart – 425-204-3276

    Poetic Justice (Poetry Club) – Thursdays, room 110K – 2:10 Poetic Justice provides students the opportunity to express themselves through poetry and present poems for an audience. The club helps students gain confidence in presenting their own work in front of others. Club members also watch and discuss performances by published slam poets to gain inspiration for their own projects.  Advisor: Cort Leininger – 425-204-3289

    Pro Justice Union – Tuesdays, Little Theater (room 260) – 2:10 The purpose of the Pro Justice Union is to examine and discuss historical and present-day leaders from diverse communities; to create new leaders; to study the role of race, gender and other social identities in schools, the United States, and the world; and to spread the message that people of all races and genders can come together to promote justice and end unfair treatment of people in their communities. Advisor: Cort Leininger – 425-204-3289

    Robotics – Workshops/Practice dates are available on the team Calendar.  The Lindbergh Robotics Club exists to provide students with opportunities to learn advanced skills in science, math, engineering and robotics. During the fall and spring, students are invited to attend after-school workshops in Computer Programming, CAD Design, Fabrication, Electrical and Public Relations. These workshops are run by industry experts and upperclassmen and are held at Lindbergh. During the winter (January-March), the Robotics Club participates in the FIRST Robotics competition, building a 150-pound, 5-foot tall robot that competes against 100+ FIRST Robotics Teams in Washington State.Team Website Advisor: Matthew Randall – 425-204-3266

    Rocket Club Rocket Club members design, build and launch rockets based on given specifications. Members participate in the Team America Rocketry Challenge (TARC), a yearly competition against nearly 1000 teams across the country. Advisor: to be determined

    Rubik's Cube Club Advisor: to be determined

    SkillsUSA – Tuesdays, room 290A – 2:15 to 3:00 SkillsUSA, formerly VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America) is a national organization over 300,000 members strong.  We focus on careers in the skilled and technical trades.  Our purpose is to help students excel in the world of work, through friendly competition in different leadership and technical contests. Here at Lindbergh our main career focus is in screen printing and design.  Organizing and participating in community service events is also a big part of what we do.  SkillsUSA is a great way to further your knowledge of employability and job skills such as job interviewing abilities, prepared and extemporaneous speaking, as well as proper business procedure.  Advisor: Jim Goodwin – 425-204-3298 

    Speech/Debate Club Advisor: Katie Horelick – 425-204-3293 and Alyssa Shewey – 425-204-3168  



Last Modified on December 31, 2017