Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations First Meetings of the Year

Last updated 8/12/20.

Please check back in August for an updated list of 2020-2021 first meetings for Clubs and Organizations. In the meantime, please take a look at the clubs that Lyman offers. We can't wait to #GetInvolved in 2020!

Club Name & Sponsor Faculty Advisor Description Meeting Date, Time & Location Twitter Instagram Facebook
Academic Team
Kelley Talopau

November-February
2:30 pm
Room 2-015
ASL
Faith Cotter

ASL club will allows students to learn basic signs. Will meet once a month

Astronaut Challenge Club
Charlie Green

Every Wednesday
1:30p
7-211
BAM Biology and Medicine Club
Suzanne Davis

A year long club that focuses on activities that enhance biological knowledge. We have guest speakers, hospital tours and also complete community service. 8/16/18
2:30 pm
6-41
Band
Bill Muse
Austin Thomas, Associate Band Director
Requires enrollment in course. 6/5/2018
6-8 p.m.
Band Room
Beach Volleyball Club
Russel Williams

10/5/18
2:00pm
Beach volleyball courts out back
Black American Culture Club (BACC)
Denise Archibald



Chess Club
TBD

Chess club is for beginners and experts to get together and enjoy a game. TBD
2:30
4-204
Chorus
Mark Hardin

Requires enrollment in course.

Class of 2021
Melissa Bachmann
Kendall Hall
8/27/2018
During Break
4-220
Class of 2022
Brittany Stone
Dan Clark
TBA
After school
3-029
Coding Club
Mary Acken

The Coding club - learn various languages, such as Swift, and how to develop an app. Non competition based. 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month
3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Virtually
Color Guard & Winter Guard
Stephen Porter

Requires enrollment in course.

Comic Book Club
Rena Thomas

8/31/2018
During Break
7-205
Creator's Club
Melissa Bachmann

Creator’s Club is intended to be a way for students who are searching for a means to collaborate with others on a team with one common goal in mind through creative endeavors such as film, audio dubbing, animation, writing, and game design. 8/30/2018
2:30 p.m.
4-220
Cyber Patriot (All Service Teams)
Dan Clark

A National Cyber Defense Competition that tasks teams with managing the network of a small company; finding cybersecurity vulnerabilities; and hardening the system while maintaining critical services. Thur as needed, 6hr Competitions Fridays during school

6-039
Cyber Patriot (Open Team)
Mary Acken

A National Cyber Defense Competition that tasks teams with managing the network of a small company; finding cybersecurity vulnerabilities; and hardening the system while maintaining critical services. Thur as needed, 6hr Competitions Fridays during school

6-039
Dance Team - Lyman Diamonds
Stephen Porter

2017 WGI World Championships Scholastic Open Silver Medalist. 2014 WGI World Championships Scholastic A Gold Medalist. 2013 WGI World Championships Scholastic A Finalist. 2012 WGI World Championships Scholastic A Finalist.

DECA
Lynore Levenhagen
Brandi King
Emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Prepares the next generation to be academically prepared community oriented, professional responsible and experience leaders. Requires enrollment in course. 8/29/2018
6:00 p.m.
7-108
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Nancy Maisenholder
Rachel Farrell
8/27/18

Please see Mrs. Maisenholder
Future Farmers of America
Alex Azcona

FFA is a co-curricular organization for students enrolled in any agriculture class. The primary focus is to prepare for the state horticulture competition in February. Last year, Lyman earned 2nd place in this event. Requires enrollment in course. Varies
Horticulture Period
3-032
Gay/Straight Alliance
Michelle Alessandri

If you are interested in joining please complete this form: https://forms.gle/Pab7uX35tkmyQgVM6

Web Ex: https://scps.webex.com/meet/alessaml
Greyhound Buddies
Elana Hand

Getting regular education students and students with disabilities together to encourage understanding and inclusion of all students. 10/13/18
7th both lunches
06-010
Greyhounds Give
Gayle Goodridge
Katherine McDonald
10/6/18
2:30-3:15
07-103K
History Club
Brittany Stone
Tim Donohue
TBD - twice a month
2:30-3:30p
3-004
HOSA
Kelley Talopau

TBD
2:30-3:30
2-015
Interact Club
Fred Finke
Brittany Stone
We are an international community service club affilated with the Soutyh Seminole Rotary club and are high involved with community service projects
1:30
Band Room
International Thespian Society 2329
Susan Gerdeman

The International Thespian Society is the Honor's Society for Theatre students, who have achieved high academic standards, as well as demonstrated a commitment to Theatre throughout their high school career. First & Third Tuesdays
2:30 p.m.
8-018 Theatre Classroom or (Web Ex https://teamup.com/ksefb5b712a50af652)
Japanese Culture Club
Midori Imhoof

9/11/2018
2:30-3:00 p.m.
9-300C
Jr. Optimist's Club
Michelle Tamir

A community service organization that is 100 yrs. old. We believe in "Bringing out the Best in Children", and do this by developing leadership skills and helping the hungry, aiding the disabled young and old, and preserving our environment. Casual and low 8/21/18
2:30-3:30 pm
6-005
JROTC Competition Team
Dan Clark
Nadene Turner
JROTC has is a citizenship and service organization that also features competitive teams. These include Drill Team, Physical Fitness Team, Cyber-Patriot Team, and JLAB Teams (Academic and Leadership Bowls). Requires enrollment in course. Varies

Lyman Paints
Tess Vallone
LymanHsPaints@gmail.com
Lyman Paints is an origanization promoting art and those who partake in it, giving people a chance to mkae friends and expand on their abilities. TBD

7-110
Lymlight Productions
Susan Gerdeman

Lymlight Productions is the award-winning resident Theatre Company at Lyman High School. We produce full-scale, broadway-style plays and musicals, and all students enrolled at Lyman are eligible to participate. Multiple
2:30-4pm
Auditorium
Mu Alpha Theta
Heather Dills
Stephanie Loudon
Mu Alpha Theta offers students a chance to play with math, develop problem-solving strategies, and compete against other teams. TBD - two Fridays a month
2:30-4pm
Rooms 4-206 & 4-207
National Honor Society
Brittany Stone
Robert Hovel
LTC (Ret) Dan N. Clark
08/21/18
2:30
Media Center
National Technical Honor Society
Mary Acken



Odyssey of the Mind
Laura Pollard

An International Problem Solving competition for teams consisting of 5-7 members. Teams choose one problem to work on and present their answer in the form of an 8 minute skit. At the tournament, they also must solve an unannounced problem in Spontaneous 9/4/18
6:30pm
4-204
Pet Care Club
Archie Krige

Students get to interact with, and take care of all our classroom pets. Every morning before school.
6:45am- 7:20am
2-021
Robotics Team
Adam Hayden

Exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. 9/30/18
2:30-3:30 pm
6-019
Rocketry Club
Jesse Carreiro



Rooted in Christ
Kendal Hall



Rowing - www.lymancrew.org
Gretchen Hobkirk

Lyman Rowing is an all-year activity that promotes the sport of rowing in our community. Rowers train on Lake Jesup as well as on campus and compete in local, state, and national regattas. For more information go to lymancrew.org, ask Mrs. Gretchen Hobki
After school
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 3-6PM
SECME
Mary Acken

SECME (Science, Engineering, Communication, Mathematics and Enrichment) encourages K-12 students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through partnerships with local universities, government and industry agents. Fourth Monday of Each Month
2:30 p.m - 3:15 p.m.
Virtually (MS Teams) Starting October 28th
SkillsUSA
David Moye

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. Competitive events, service, and leadership opportunities. 8/23/18
2:30p
TV Production Room
Society of Women in Engineering Next - SWENext
Suzy Davis

This is a club to enhance and support young women in engineering. We are supported by the local SWE group to make connections in the community. TBA
After school
6-41
Spanish Club
Iris Hinson



Student Government Assosiation
Becky Hooper
Paul Plyler


To Be Kind
Hanna Parker

Random Acts of Kindness spread around campus and our community 08/23/18
Break & Afterschool
4-126
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Bill Muse



TSA
Mary Acken

TSA is a national organization with high school competitions categorized by careers in Architecture and Construction Technology, Communications Technology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Leadership, Manufacturing and Transportation Technolog 2nd Wednesday of Each Month
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Virtually
Young Democrats
Catherine Drohan

To explore local & national issues. Varies - 1st after Open House
After school
Room 2-010
Young Men of Excellence
Bernard Knight

The primary emphasis of Young Men of Excellence is to empower male students and assist in providing them with the necessary skills to mature positively, both socially and academically.

Young Republicans
Michael Blizard