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Most clubs this year are limited due to the corona virus.


Alternative Fiction

Mr. McKenna     802-851-1222

Alt-Fi is a club for all students interested in science fiction, fantasy, anime, and other alternative genres. Meets Wednesdays from 3-5.  See Mr. McKenna if you have any questions!

Chess Club

Mr. Hutchins     802-851-1243

Want to learn about chess?  In this club we learn about chess, compete, improve ourselves, and chill out.  This club will happen online during the pandemic.

Club of the Arts

Ms. Likhite     802-851-1237

Ms. Rubinstein     802-851-1215

Every month, students gather in Art1 to have a special workshop with a different topic every time, including monster mugs and shibori tie dye.  Students may also work on a project of their choosing with any of the supplies the art room has to offer. Join us and make some art!

Dance Club

Ms. Nichole Lefaivre     802-851-1352

We meet once a week to work on our dance technique and create a dance routine that is performed in our winter and spring recitals!

Environmental Club

Students work to get others involved in the effort to help our planet, to help in the preservation of the earth and to expand environmental awareness of the student body and faculty. 

Gaming Club

Ms. Rubinstein  802-851-1215

Students in grades 9-12 gather to play board games, Magic the Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons.


Ms. March  802-851-1285

GLOW is our school's Queer-Straight Alliance.  Students and staff of all gender identities and sexual orientations are enthusiastically invited to join as we have fun, support one another, and work to create a school and wider community that is safe, affirming, and inclusive of all people.



Mr. Johnstone     802-851-1256

This club is on hiatus for the 2020-2021 school year.

International Club

Mrs. Cooney     802-851-1203

Unfortunately we won't be running a trip this year, but start saving for our next trip!

The International Club’s main purpose is the education of students through the experiences of traveling to foreign nations (we do travel within the US on occasion!) and cultures. Self-reliance, responsibility, people skills, cultural customs, etiquette and respect are some of the lessons that the students learn on each adventure. Whether it is maneuvering through the timetables and security of airports or mustering courage to try escargot, all aspects and every moment of an International Club’s trips are ingredients in this mobile classroom. It is these lessons that are absorbed and evolve our club members from one dimensional students into multi-dimensional citizens of the Earth.

Jazz Band

Ms. Maroney  802-851-1254

Jazz Band is a club that meets one to two days a week during lunch time. The jazz band is open to any band student at Lamoille Union Middle School through high school. We play at local elementary schools, concerts, and the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival. 

Marching Band

Ms. Maroney    802-851-1254

The Lamoille Marching Band is made up of all students in the middle and high school bands, plus members of the Lamoille Color Guard. We march in multiple parades each year, including two in September and three in May. We practice during regular band time, and occasionally after school in the spring.

Mountain Bike Club

Mr. Potvin     802-851-1239

The Lamoille Union Mountain Bike Club promotes community, a positive healthy lifestyle, and environmentalism through weekly group trail rides and ongoing stewardship of the Lamoille Union Cricket Hill trail network.  

National Honor Society

Ms. Keefe     802-851-1374

Eligibility for the Lamoille Chapter of the National Honor Society eligibility for membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership and character, and is open by faculty election to juniors and seniors. Members must maintain a minimum of these qualities and an excellent academic record.  Members who resign or are dismissed are never again eligible for membership or its benefits.

Performing Arts Club

Ms. Lague

The Performing Arts Club (PAC) is a fun and energetic environment where students can come together to pursue their love for the performing arts. While the PAC is most famous for Haunted High, an annual event where the school is turned into a large haunted house for tour groups to go through, other notable events have included improv nights, talent shows, and variety shows. Through fundraising, the club will also often attend a play together as a group. 

Scholars' Bowl

Mr. LaClair     802-851-1238

Scholars' Bowl is a no-holds-barred battle of the brains. Do you know things? Would you like to to know MORE things?! Then Scholars' Bowl is for you! If you can't get enough of math, science, history, literature, music, art, langauge or any other subject, then join Scholars' Bowl! Lamoille Scholars' Bowl: Nerdy and proud since 1967.

Select Choir

Mr. Johnstone     802-851-1256

This is an auditioned choir for high school students who want to push their limits and are committed to making higher level music. This group will perform regularly at chorus concerts and other public venues. In the 2020-2021 school year, Select Choir will be a part of the Advanced Performing Arts class.

Student Council

Ms. Circe  802-851-1225

The Student Council’s principle purposes are as follows: to serve as a liaison between students and the administration; to enhance school spirit; to promote school activities such as homecoming and dances; to promote community service activities. Each class elects representatives to the council; the council elects Treasurer and Secretary. The student body elects President and VP. All voting members must be in good standing with the administration.

The Tone Commandments

Mr. Johnstone     802-851-1256

This club is on hiatus for the 2020-2021 school year.


Mr. Johnstone     802-851-1256

An international Program dedicated to the recognition of exceptional music students in grades 10-
12. Members are carefully selected according to musicianship, academic achievement, community service, leadership and character.

Upward Bound

Ms. Cummings     802-851-1360


Varsity Club

The Lamoille Varsity Club is organized to promote the athletic programs of Lamoille Union High School. It concerns itself with raising and spending money for the improvement of athletics.
Membership is open to students who have participated in a sport at the varsity or junior varsity level.

Yearbook Club

Ms. Rubinstein     802-851-1215

Ms. Sheldon     802-851-1345

Students work on the LUHS Yearbook by creating pages, taking photos, and engaging in community outreach.  Yearbooks are available to purchase at the end of the year.