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.
Rhythmic Panther Dancers R.P.D
Our mission is to instill great love for dance, creativity, and determination. We aspire to build self-confidence, respect, and discipline while creating great leaders. We pride ourselves by our motto “Building Our Minds One Step at a Time” and stand as RPD ForeveROAR!
Engineering and Robotics
Club Name Engineering and Robotics
Club Mission/Purpose: We make for every member to graduate from Lauderhill 6-12 Stem-Med with practical knowledge and skills in engineering, college scholarships, and real-life engineering opportunities.
Club Motto/Slogan: Artists dream of wonderful things. Engineers make them work.
Sponsor’s Name: Robert Gordon
- President: Rocson Louissaint
- Vice President: Khalil Campbell
- Secretary: Bradley Luctama
- Treasurer: Anthony Jamesie
Meeting in Room 181 - Held every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:40 – 5:40 P.M.
- Vex Robotics Competition at Arch Bishop McCarthy HS
- Broward Student Technology Association Competition at Nova HS
The Engineering & Robotics offers students
- A relaxed environment twice a week to have fun building and programming robots with friends
- An opportunity to learn the importance teamwork
- Competitions and Field Trips
H.O.P.E Sunshine Club
Club Mission/Purpose: To educate, support, and develop problem-solving, coping, and leadership skills, while fostering the prevention of suicide, bullying, and substance abuse.
Club Motto/Slogan: Hugs for Hope / Helping Overcome Problems Effectively
Sponsor’s Name: Mrs. Ellis
President- Juan Palma
Vice President- Jessica Tibe
Secretary- Janae Ramos
Treasurer- Izekel Codner
Historian - Abigail Nelson
Meeting in Room 130- Held every Wednesday at 3:40 PM
Kiwanis Builders Club
Kiwanis Builders Club is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership.
- Character Building: The ability to do the right thing, even when it might be the unpopular choice.
- Leadership: The ability to listen, communicate, serve and guide others.
- Inclusiveness: Accepting and welcoming differences in other people.
- Caring: The act of being concerned about or interested in other people or situations.
Meetings: Thursday 8:45AM-9:30AMYearly Activities
- President: Omory Rowe
- Vice President: Kendler Raymond
- Secretary: Nehemiah Nelson
- Treasurer: Eliza Ortiz
- Pennies for Patients
- Community Clean Up
- Kiwanis One Day
National Junior Honor Society (N.J.H.S.)
The Student Council is an organized group of students which represents the opinions and desires of the student population at Lauderhill 6-12. The Student Council encourages scholarship, citizenship, and social growth by engaging its members in a variety of projects in both the school and community. Participating promotes leadership and positive self-esteem by involving the largest number of students possible in a wide range of activities.
Meetings: Every other Thursday 8:45 AM- 9:30 AM
Student Government Association SGA
TUGA-The Ultimate Group of Awesomeness
Mission: The mission of TUGA (The Ultimate Group of Awesomeness) is to support and mentor the achievement of L612 students in Computer Science.
TUGA Motto: Awesomeness is more than an attitude, it’s a skill.
Presidents: Avalon J/ Andrew M
Vice Presidents: Shammire C./Fernanda S.
Secretary: Deny M.
Treasurer: Ashanti F.
Interest Areas: Esports, Minecraft Miners, and HCMjr
· Willing and able to mentor L612 students. · Maintain 2.75 GPA (Club activity restrictions if below 3.0).
· Demonstrate teamwork skills. · Demonstrate positive behaviors with peers, teachers and staff.
· Participate in CS competitions and events. · Attend and participate in TUGA meetings and events.
· Actively contribute to fundraising events.
Membership: Membership is granted to students who maintain a 2.75 academic average and demonstrate satisfactory behavior at L612. TUGA- 9-12th grade, TUGA JR.- 6-8th grade. Parent permission is required.
Meetings: TUGA members meet in room 186 Monday-Friday from 8:00-9:20 to work on CS skills. Additional times with committee members are scheduled based on TUGA-related events.
· Movie Nights
· Game Jams
Sponsors: Darien Lovett, Randall Deich