Agriculture Club

Moderator: Mr. Salow

If you have an interest in farming and sustainability, consider joining our Agriculture Club with Mr. Salow. This club seeks to provide educational experiences in the fields of agriculture, philanthropy, and leadership, while emphasizing principles of agrarian stewardship and Christian fellowship to students of our school and our partner schools. Currently they are growing their own salads! No experience or prior knowledge is needed. All are welcome to join any project or to come with new ideas!

Meetings are currently held on Mondays and Wednesdays in Room 205.


Moderators: Ms. DeVries & Mrs. Boomer

As representatives of Lansing Catholic High School, Ambassadors provide leadership, support, and positive development to events that advance the mission of the school.

Meetings precede the event for which a student signs up.

Baking Club

Moderator: Mrs. Hopek

If you have a love for baking…and waking up early…come and join the LCHS Baking Club! This club aims to connect students with a love for baking that would like to share recipes, and baking tips, learn the history of desserts, and even bring homemade treats to share. Starting in November, meetings will be held once a month before school in Room 203. This club is open to students in all grades and you can come for as many meetings as your schedule allows.

L2 | Love. Lead. (Campus Ministry Leadership Team)

Moderator: Mr. Ben Pohl

Are you a strong disciple who is looking for a way to help others walk in the footsteps of Jesus? Consider applying to join our L2-Love.Lead. Group. This group is filled with students looking to take on a leadership role in helping to plan student retreats and other initiatives lead by Mr. Ben Pohl and our Spiritual Formation Team.

Meetings are every Monday during lunch and occasional meetings, either before or after school, may also be necessary at times. 

Craftmanship Club

Moderator: Mr. Ingle

Meetings: 2022-2023 Schedule: Saturdays September 17, October 29, November 19, January 21, February 25, March 18.

Do you enjoy carpentry and learning the mechanics of how things are built? Consider joining our Craftsmanship Club! Mr. Ingle will lead students from all grades through various projects where members can gain skills working with their hands, problem solve, grow in confidence, and appreciate God’s gift of work.

Open to middle school and high school-age students, Craftsmanship Club allows students to experience introductory concepts of carpentry and mechanics. Hosted at Lansing Catholic High School, the group will meet one Saturday each month from 8:30-11:30 am. LCHS is working to establish an industrial arts program to offer students of the Diocese of Lansing the unique and essential opportunity to gain skills working with their hands, problem solve, grow in confidence, and appreciate God’s gift of work. Parents are welcome, but not required, to attend.

Register online at or email

Debate Club

Moderator: Mrs. Hayes

Are you clever, enthusiastic and looking for ways to sharpen your critical thinking and public speaking skills? If so, we invite you to sign up for Debate Club! At this time, the team will be non-competitive and is open to students in all grades. Those who sign up will receive communication about when and where weekly meetings will be located. Your voice is important...come explore the art of debate with us!

Discipleship Group

Moderator: Mr. Ben Pohl and Fr. Joe Campbell

Mr. Ben Pohl and Fr. Joe invite you to explore the call of discipleship and join others in our school who also want to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Discipleship Groups meet every Thursday morning at 8 am. Underclassmen (9/10) will meet in the Library and upperclassmen (11/12) will meet in Room 112. These groups are open to all students and you can stop by any week you’re free.

Drama and Musicals

Moderator: Mrs. Tietsort

Lansing Catholic High School Performing Arts presents a play each fall and a musical each spring. 

Game Club

Moderator: Mrs. Collom

The Tabletop Gaming Club provides a friendly environment that encourages students to form amicable long-term relationships through shared experiences in cordial tabletop games of strategy, chance, and creativity.

Join us each Thursday in Room 204, from 3:15 to 4:30pm, for card and board games. We aim to provide a friendly and welcoming environment for anybody who wants to stay and play. Games will be provided but you are welcome and encouraged to bring your own as well. This club is open to students in all grades. 

Guardians of the Altar

Moderator: Sisters and Fr. Joe

The Sisters and Fr. Joe invite you to consider becoming a Guardian to help serve at our Rodzinka and All-School Masses. Members of the Guardians Club help care for the needs of the altar before, during, and after Mass. Roles include lectors, altar servers, and sacristans. The mission of this club is to help bring beauty and reverence to all of our liturgies at LCHS. If you would like to take an active role in our Masses, please sign up and more information will be emailed to you about being placed on our Mass schedules. 

Good Works Crew

Moderator: Ms. DeVries

We are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus and the Good Works Crew is here to help you serve others! Good Works Crew helps plan major service initiatives around campus, including our annual Work-a-thon and our holiday families project. They also come up with smaller service projects, like the card ministry project, that all students can participate in. Meetings for this Crew are every other Monday in Room 105.

International Travel

Moderator: Mrs. Fell

Students learn about the language, food, traditions, and values of people from other cultures and build long-lasting relationships. 

Intramural Basketball

Moderator: Mr. Wenzlick

Jazz Band

Moderator: Mrs. Tietsort

Jazz Band is an ensemble that performs different styles of jazz music.  This ensemble is open to all students who play a traditional jazz instrument.

Lights and Sound Crew

Moderator: Mrs. Tietsort

Members are trained on the light and soundboard in the auditorium. They work lights and sound for school productions and partner-school productions. 

Mass Music Ministry

Moderator: Fr. Joe Campbell

Meetings: As needed after school, scheduled in proximity with our All-School Masses.

If serving on the altar is not your call, perhaps you can serve next to it! If you love to sing and would like to share your talent through serving in our Mass Music Ministry, Fr. Joe would love to know! 

Mosaic Club

Moderator: Mrs. Fell

Mosiac Club is a new opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our student population and to lend time and service to providing help to war-torn and poverty-stricken countries. 

National Honor Society

Moderator: Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Hopek

NHS is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students are eligible for consideration after 3 consecutive semesters of school at LCHS and a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher.

PALS (Peer Assistance Leaders and Service)

Moderator: Mrs. Brennan

Peer Assitance Leaders and Service (PALS) is an organization that works through Eaton RESA, along with Gateway Community Services and Lansing School District. PALS was developed in the 1980s and today there are 30 area middle and high schools that participate in the PALS program in Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, and Shiawassee counties.

Teachers and counselors alike realized that students tend to turn towards a friend for help and support. From vaping to relationship issues, to truancy issues, high schoolers tend to feel more comfortable talking to friends than an adult. And so, the adults decided to train student leaders on communication skills, group dynamics, self-awareness, effective decision making, and empathy. The goal was that students in need could turn to a fellow student (who is under supervision) and talk with them. 

Prayer Pals

Moderator: Ms. Webster

Each year, LCHS students in our Prayer Pals Club are paired up with students from our partner schools to let them know they always have someone from our community that is praying for them. Students in this club send cards and notes to their pals during the holidays and special liturgical seasons, and you will also receive mail from them in return. You can sign up to have one pal or several. This is a special tradition at Lansing Catholic and Ms. Webster invites students in all grades to become Prayer Pals this year!

Quiz Bowl

Moderator: Mr. Wenzlick

Are you ready for a mental sport that will challenge your knowledge of all subjects? Quiz Bowl is BACK! Join our team and represent Lansing Catholic in two Quiz Bowl competitions this year. This team is open to students in all grades and practices are on Mondays and Tuesdays in Mr. Wenzlick’s classroom. Competitions will be held in October and January at Dewitt High School from 4-6pm

Spanish Club

Moderator: Ms. Fell

The Spanish Club works to bring awareness about the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. 

St. Augustine Club

Moderator: Fr. Joe

This club is for anyone who has no background in Christianity and wants to learn more about the faith at a more basic level. Even if you are familiar with Christianity but want to go over the basics again, you’re welcome to come. I will be giving most of the teaching at our meetings. It will be pretty low-key. There will not be any tests or grades and you can come and go as your schedule allows. We’ll meet on Thursdays during both lunches in Mr. Dan Spitzley’s room (Room 112). It's open to any students and staff that are interested.

Students for Life

Moderator: Mrs. Gates

Meetings: Thursday mornings throughout the year

All life, from conception to natural death, is sacred. Now more than ever, we need voices to help communicate this truth to the school and the broader community. Members of Students for Life will participate in local events, support pregnancy services and pray for greater respect for life. Mrs. Gates leads students in these events and will inform you of when they are happening so you can participate. 

Student Leadership Team (SLT)

Moderator: Ms. Groves

We serve the student body by putting into action the school’s mission statement through projects, events, and activities.  As the official representatives of the student body, we provide a connection between the ideas and concerns of students and the school administration.  Elections for returning students are held in May, and elections for freshman representatives take place in early September.

World Languages and Cultures Club

Moderators: Mrs. Coldwell, Mrs. Bergeron, and Mrs. Fell

We promote interest in learning other languages and learn from the various cultures and languages of our student body.

How do I start a new club or activity?

Contact our Director of Student Life to discuss your idea.  All clubs must be in line with our mission statement, helping students grow in one or more ways: spiritually, intellectually, and/or socially.  All clubs are subject to approval by the administration.