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Student / Parent Resources

Student Recognition Programs

Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership (HOBY)


The Governor's School of New Jersey

The Governor’s School of New Jersey was established in 1983. It is a tuition-free, summer, residential program for high-achieving high school seniors who have an interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects. Currently, there are two programs: the Governor’s School in the Sciences at Drew University and the Governor’s School of Engineering & Technology at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The programs are open to students from diverse economic backgrounds who are New Jersey residents and who have completed their junior year in any public or private high school or are home-schooled.

Details about applications and changes to the program due to COVID 19 can be found here:

State of NJ Governor's School

American Legion Boy's State & American Legion Girl's State

Details about applications and changes to the program due to COVID 19 can be found here:

American Legion NJ Boy's State Program Updates

Details about applications and changes to the program due to COVID 19 can be found here:

American Legion NJ Girls's State Program Updates

Clubs & Extracurricular Activities

Why Get Involved? What are the “Benefits of Extracurricular Activities?"

Colleges & Employers pay attention to your life both inside and outside the classroom. Yes, your academics probably come first, but your activities reveal a great deal about you, such as:

How you've made a meaningful contribution to something?

What your non-academic interests?

Whether you can maintain a long-term commitment

Whether you can manage your time and priorities

What diversity you'd bring to the student body

LRHS Club Listing

All School Production HAPS (Historical and Political Society)
Art Club Journalism Club
Asian Cultural Club Junior Class Council
Badminton Club Lakeland Service Club
Band LASO (Latin American Student Organization)
Book Club LEAP (Leaders Encouraging Adolescent Progress)
Business Honor Society Literature and Cinema Club
Cake Decorating Club Math League
CATV/TV National Honor Society
Character Education Nature/Hiking Club
Chess Club Phoenix Literary Magazine
Chorale/Chamber Singers Photography Club
Co-ed Coders Club Ping Pong Club
Creative Writing Club Robotics Team
Culinary Cooking Club SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
Dance Club/Team Safe Space
Debate Club School Spirit Club
DECA Senior Class Council
DEM Club (Dedicated Education to Medicine) Ski Club
Drama Club Sophomore Class Council
Dungeons and Dragons Club Spanish Honor Society
ERASE (End Racism and Sexism Everywhere) Student Advocacy Club
Fashion Club SWAP (Speak With A Peer)
Federal Challenge Student Council
Fishing Club Student Cultural Club
French Club/French Honor Society Tri-M Music Honor Society
Freshman Class Council Yearbook
FBLA Yoga
Girls Who Code YES (Youth Empowering Students)