Moderators: Ms. DeVries
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.

Be Love Revolution - Women's Group

Moderators: Ms. DeVries and Mrs. Gates
Meetings: Monday nights

Book Club


Campus Ministry Leadership Team 

Moderator: Mr. Ben Pohl
This team advises the Director of Campus Ministry and organizes initiatives to build up the Catholic culture of the school and guide Discipleship Groups

Craftmanship Club

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. Upcoming dates: March 26th, April 30th, May 21st

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 or email

Discipleship Group

Moderator: Mr. Ben Pohl
Students meet before school each Thursday. Join at any time. 

Drama and Musicals

Moderator: Mrs. Tietsort

Evergreen Club

Moderators: Mr. Hurst
Meetings: Room 206
We care for God's creation through promoting awareness of our responsibility to be good stewards of the resources God has given us.  We focus on making positive changes at school and in the local community. 

Game Club

Moderator: Mr. Ulrich
Meetings: Room 215 on Wednesdays 3:00 - 4:30 pm and alternating Fridays 3:00 - 5:30 pm
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.

Guardians of the Altar

Moderator: Sisters

The Guardians of the Altar help care for the needs of the altar before, during, and after Mass. The servers assist during Mass by helping set the altar at offertory, bearing the incense and candles during Mass, and other serving duties. The sacristans help prepare all the sacred vessels and other liturgical items before and after Mass. The lectors assist at Mass by proclaiming the scriptural readings during the Liturgy of the Word. The Guardians help bring beauty and reverence to all of our liturgies at LCHS.

Golden Rule Club

Moderator: Mr. Krauss

Good Works Crew

Moderator: Ms. DeVries and Mrs. Wilcox

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: Mr. Jay Jong
Meetings: As needed after school, scheduled in proximity with our All-School Masses.
Members share their musical gifts and talents with our school community by leading music for our All-School Masses.

National Honor Society

Moderator: Mrs. Bergeron
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.

Outdoors Club

Moderator: Mrs. Poljan

PALS (Peer Assistance Leaders and Service)

Moderator: Ms. Nelson

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 1980sand 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. Some schools also use PALS to assist in Special Education and ED Rooms.

Poets & Writers


Prayer Pals

Moderator: Ms. Webster
Seniors are paired with seventh graders from partner schools and pray for their pals throughout the year as well as periodically making and exchanging cards and encouragement.  In May, the seventh graders are invited to Lansing Catholic for a celebratory pizza party and prayer service with their senior pals.

Quiz Bowl

Moderator: Mr. Wenzlick
Quiz Bowl is a competitive sport open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  It is a year-long sport with two league competitions in October and January and practices Mondays and Tuesdays.  We compete against 12 area schools. Competitions are usually on Wednesdays from 4-6 at different schools.


Our season is January-March and we build a robot to complete tasks and compete against other schools in Michigan. We belong to FIRST Robotics in Michigan.

Spanish Club

Moderator: Ms. Fell
Meetings: Room 117 after school
The Spanish Club works to bring awareness about the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. 

Stratford Trip


Students for Life

Moderator: Mrs. Gates
Meetings: Some Thursday mornings throughout the year.
We affirm and embrace the truth that all human life, from conception to natural death, is sacred. We communicate this truth to the school and the broader community as we participate in local events, support pregnancy services, pray for greater respect for life, and attend the March for Life in Washington DC.

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.

Work-a-Thon Committee

Moderator: Ms. DeVries

World Languages and Cultures Club

Moderators: Mrs. Coldwell, Mrs. Bergeron, and Mrs. Fell
Meetings: Room 117
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?

Email Mr. Golzynski or stop by his office in Senior Hall 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.