Racine Lutheran High School is committed to fostering the development of the whole person within each student. Our co-curricular clubs and activities reinforce the faith, knowledge, character, and leadership our dedicated faculty instills in our students though their instruction.
Below is a list of the numerous opportunities available to students at Racine Lutheran.
Art Club is designed to give students an after school opportunity to stay integrated in the culture of artists at Racine Lutheran and within the community. Students will be provided with chances to meet local artists, attend local events, partner in projects and simply spend time making art outside the classroom.
Athletic participation is an extension of the classroom where students learn the values of dedication, leadership, focus, and teamwork. To learn more about athletic opportunities at Racine Lutheran, visit the Athletic Pages.
Audio-Visual Club acquaints students with live production and sound. Students have the opportunity to learn industry-level broadcast programs and develop their creative niche for film, television, music, or other audio-visual projects. Audio-Visual Club runs our daily news broadcast “the 251.”
Students discuss books they are reading and other topics. To foster a love of reading, books are chosen by group members.
Boys and girls Bible Studies provide students the opportunity to study God’s word and share faith discussions in a more casual environment.
This woodworking club is for any student interested in building projects that benefit RLHS. No woodworking experience is necessary to participate. We will be using the tools and resources in the Industrial Arts studio to build anything that improves the educational experience for our students.
CRUSADER FUTURE LEADERS
Crusader Future Leaders is a group of freshmen and sophomores nominated by coaches for their leadership potential. Members discuss and do activities to enhance leadership skills.
is an opportunity for students to discuss and share issues. Each debate will have a specific topic and an organized way to discuss both the supporting and opposing side. The goal of our Debate Club is to provide students with the opportunity to explore real-world situations and make educated opinions while maintaining an open mind and learning how to civilly disagree.
Drama club is designed to give students an opportunity to act on stage, learn set construction, make up, and lighting, and become backstage helpers. At least one play is performed per year, usually in the fall. As interest grows and time is available, more plays may be produced. Rehearsal schedules vary based on student activities and gym
availability. Find out more at the Drama Page.
All students may try out for any of the following musical groups when offered: Strings, Jazz Band, Handbells, Praise Team, Brass Ensemble, Flute Choir, Percussion Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, and Musical Theatre. More information can be found on the Music Page.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The members are selected based on academics, leadership, service, and character. Members are asked to assist with various activities throughout the school year.
Teams consisting of four students compete with other teams in round-robin format. Matches are held weekly during homeroom and consist of questions taken from literature, history, sports, science, and the Bible. A year-end tournament is held in May.
This young women’s Bible study/youth group encourages students to meet outside of school hours to talk about real life problems in a Biblical way.
Students participate in a program designed to maximize their athletic potential through speed, resistance, and aerobic training.
Students with a heart to serve others can participate in a variety of volunteer activities including cleanups, food drives, serving meals at homeless shelters, and other service projects throughout the year.
Students in this club assist in recruiting prospective students by sharing their time and ideas. The club consists of students who are interested in promoting the positive, Christian image of RLHS. Some activities include: grade school visits, working at Open House, guiding potential students, and helping at various RLHS-sponsored grade school events.
The Student Council consists of an Executive Committee and student representatives from the four classes. The council sponsors school dances, homecoming, and other social events. They also participate in voluntary community projects, especially those helping the needy.
Various travel experiences may be set up for students interested in traveling to different parts of the state, country, or world. Recent international tours have visited England, France, Italy, Germany, and Costa Rica. Upcoming tours will be visiting Ireland, Scotland, England, and France.
WINTER RUNNING CLUB
Students work on improving their cardiovascular system and learn about developing lifestyle habits to promote good health.
The CITADEL, which is RLHS’s yearbook, is an annual publication. Students write articles, lay out pages, take photographs, and solicit advertising.