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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

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  • Engineering and Robotics

    This club aims to empower student leaders to tackle new challenges by implementing creative, innovative solutions using the latest technology. The Engineering & Robotics Club is a platform for students passionate about technology to collaborate, learn, and make a meaningful impact. Members compete in local competitions.

    Sponsor: Mr. Robert Gordon

    Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 4:30 PM

  • Future Florida Educators of America - FFEA

    Our chapter of Florida Educators of America is a club that welcomes aspiring educators and students interested in positively impacting their school and community. Our members work together on various service projects to improve the school and the world around us.

    Sponsor: Sabrina Tobias-Carey

    Meetings Times: Wednesdays @ 9 AM in BLDG. 7

  • Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders - MTL

    Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders M.T.L. is a program that provides peer-to-peer mentoring and student leadership opportunities for at-risk students who may not graduate or remain in school. The program's primary goal is to decrease dropout rates, especially among minority males, and facilitate successful school graduation.

    MTL Coordinator: Sabrina Tobias-Carey

    Meeting Times: During Study Hall in BLDG 7

  • Rhythmic Panther Dancers - RPD

    The mission of RPD is to foster a deep love for dance, creativity, and determination while building self-confidence, respect, and discipline. They aim to create great leaders who embody their motto, 'Building Our Minds One Step at a Time.' RPD ForeveROAR!

    Sponsor: Ms. Tanisha Richardson

    Meeting Times: Monday - Thursday @ 4:30 PM

  • Student Council

    The StuCo is a well-organized group of students who represent the opinions and desires of the student population at Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED. This council encourages scholarship, citizenship, and social growth by involving its members in various projects both within the school and the community. By participating, students can develop leadership skills and positive self-esteem. It involves the largest number of students in a wide range of activities.

    Sponsor: Ms. Felicia Alvarez

    Meeting Times: Durning Study Hall and the first Monday of the month at 4:30 PM

  • Student Government Association SGA

    The Student Government Association is a student-run organization. Our mission is to create enjoyable experiences for all students. By promoting involvement, S.G.A. provides a platform for every student to engage in school and community activities. These include hosting inclusive events such as Spirit Week, Homecoming, and other exciting activities. S.G.A. bridges the gap between students and administration and is also an active community member. Every year, S.G.A. participates in Harvest Drive and other service projects to promote service and learning. S.G.A.'s goal is to enhance the lives of students and faculty by implementing innovative and fun ideas that will make each year unforgettable!

    Sponsor: Ms. Renee Barnett

    Meeting Times: On 'A' days during lunch

  • Yearbook Club

    All activities involved in the yearbook club focus on constructing our yearbook, The Pantheronian. Students are responsible for managing sections of the book, choosing photographs to fill those sections, and participating actively in sales promotions, ad campaigns, and yearbook distributions. Students also use the most current computer techniques, Adobe Creative Suite, to produce a camera-ready yearbook. Even though there is a yearbook class that students can take for credit, the yearbook club is still the active force behind producing the yearbook.

    Yearbook Advisor: Sabrina Tobias-Carey

    Meeting Times: Thursdays 9 AM