Clubs and Organizations


Anchor Club is a service club, flanked by its mother ship, the Lee County Pilot Club, for girls in grades 9-12. Anchor Club Officers elect 7 Admirals (young men) each year from grades 9-12 to assist the club. It is considered an honor to be chosen an Admiral. Anchor Club performs service projects on the LSA campus and the surrounding community and also makes yearly donations to various local, statewide and international mission projects.
Motto: "Anchored We Stand"
Sponsor: Mrs. Debra Stoddard


The Environmental Club is for students in grades 9-12, however, membership will be limited to the first 40 who sign up, pay their dues, and attend the first 3 meetings of the year.
The focus of the environmental club is to help students become environmentally conscious both on and off campus in their everyday lives. The LSA Environmental Club has chosen to sponsor and donate some of its proceeds to the Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center each year. Fundraisers will raise money to encourage education about the importance of birds of prey in the environment, to help support the rehabilitation efforts of the Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center, as well as, to encourage good stewardship toward the environment and to support other important environmental programs in the local area.
Membership is $20 and includes a t-shirt with the current year's logo, which is chosen by the club members. Opportunities for on and off campus community service hours will be available for the 10th-12th grade members and will vary each year, depending on planned activities.
Sponsor: Mrs. Amanda Lowrey


The Lee-Scott FCA operates as a huddle under the umbrella of the national and Alabama Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Since 1954 the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes at every level to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in America.

FCA's mission is "to present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church."

The Lee-Scott huddle meets each Friday during football season at 7:00 a.m. for breakfast and devotion. Periodic meetings are held throughout the year. FCA is open to all LSA students.
Sponsor: Mr. Trey Fetner


Junior High SGA officers are elected each spring by students in grades 6-8, and class officers are elected in the fall. Junior High SGA members mentor new students, assist with homecoming preparations and activities and participate in community service activities such as book labeling at the Jean Dean RIF Center, a school-wide canned food drive, the Samaritan's Purse Shoebox project, Toys for Tots and other school and community projects.
Sponsor: Ms. Brittany Spillman


Key Club is an organization dedicated to serving others. It is part of the K family that also includes Kiwanis and Circle K. The Lee-Scott Key Club is open to all LSA students in grades 9-12. Typical Key Club projects include working at the Kiwanis' Pancake Day, clearing brush off a lot for Habitat for Humanity, painting a house as part of the My Jerusalem project, and Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF. Kiwanis International - Global Volunteer Organization
Sponsor: Mrs. Sue Watson


The Lee-Scott Academy Ambassador program was created during the 2010-2011 school year. Our Ambassadors represent LSA in community projects, greeting special visitors, assisting with school functions, and leading by example. The application process begins in the spring when interested students in grades 10-12 with a 3.0 grade point or higher, complete an application, obtain two teacher recommendations, complete a self-evaluation, and go through an interview process.
Sponsor: Mrs. Karla Mason


The LSA math teams consist of a High School and Middle School team. They compete in the AISA District Math Competition, and if they win, advance to the state competition held in Montgomery. The High school competition consists of a 50 point timed multiple choice test and then a jeopardy style ciphering round. The Middle School competition is a 50 point timed multiple choice test. The Lee-Scott High School team has won the district competition the past three years, placed first in the state competition in 2011, and in the top three since 2010. The Middle School team has won the the state competition the past two years. The eighth grade members of the Middle School math team also participate in the American Math Competition at Auburn University.
Sponsors: Ms Katie Wilson, Senior High
Mrs. Monica Mills, Middle School


The National Honor Society seeks to recognize and encourage academic achievement among senior high school students. NHS recognizes students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship leadership, service, and character. Eligible students from grades 10 (after completing the first semester), 11 and 12 are inducted into membership during a special ceremony in the spring of each year.
Sponsors: Mrs. Bonnie Matthews and Mrs. Donna Lloyd


The National Junior Honor Society seeks to recognize and encourage academic achievement among junior high school students. NJHS recognizes students who reflect outstanding accomplishment in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Eligible students from grades 7(after completing the first semester), 8 and 9 are inducted into membership during a special ceremony in the spring of each year.
Sponsor: Mrs. Bonnie Matthews and Mrs. Donna Lloyd

P.I.T. Crew

Philanthropy in Training (P.I.T. Crew) is a student-run leadership organization that teaches students the importance of service. Students will participate in several service projects during the year. P.I.T. Crew is open to all LSA students.
Sponsors: Mrs. Liz Underwood and Mrs. Karla Mason


A student-led team has eight weeks to design, develop, build and test a robot to perform unique tasks from provided materials. The team is also responsible for creating a marketing plan which must include a marketing booth, public relations plan and a marketing presentation. The robot is tested in a competition against other schools in the region in exciting four-way matches!

Competition is open to 9th-12th graders, and the season runs from mid-August to mid-October. If the team advances to the multi-state competition, the season will extend until early December.
Sponsor: Mr. John Gill


Lee-Scott Academy sponsors both a Middle School Scholars Bowl team and a High School Scholars Bowl Team. Both teams compete in their divisions at AISA tournaments. The Senior High team also participates in a competition hosted by Southern Union Community College in Wadley.
Sponsors: Mr. John Gill - High School Team
Mrs. Karla Mason - Middle School Team


The Spanish Club at Lee-Scott Academy serves to educate students about the cultures of the Hispanic world through social gatherings and meetings.
Sponsor: Dr. Brian Cole


Senior High SGA officers are elected each spring for the next year by students in grades 9-11. Class officers are elected in the fall. Senior High SGA members mentor new students in grades 10-12, organize all homecoming activities, and coordinate and participate in a variety of community service projects including a school-wide canned food drive, Samaritan's Purse Shoebox project, Toys for Tots and other projects chosen annually. The LSA Fall Mum Sale is the major fundraising project for Senior High SGA.
Sponsors: Mr. Bill Cantrell
Ms. Brittany Spillman


The Technology Team is divided into three teams: Elementary, Junior High and High School. Each team competes with other AISA schools for the State Championship at the Technology Fair in each of the following categories: Applications, Multimedia, Web Pages, Computer Graphics, and for the high school team, Programming. Work is done during computer classes and some after school.

Sponsors: Mrs. Amy Conway, Elementary
Ms. Kim Davis, Elementary
Ms. Sharon Williams, Junior High and High School


LSA's Yearbook is published as part of an elective class available to senior high students. The class focuses on the the details of yearbook publication production. and some work is needed outside of class to complete pages. A web-based program is used that incorporates the use of design concepts, layout, photography, editorial copywriting and reporting. In addition to creating the yearbook, students are responsible for raising the funds necessary to produce the yearbook through ad sales, which requires during and after school meetings with business leaders within our community.
Sponsor: Mrs. Sharon Williams


At Lee-Scott we have both Young Life (grades 9-12) and wYLdlife (grades 6-8). YL leaders spend time at the school, coaching, eating lunch, and cheering on their high school and middle school friends. There are weekly meetings held in student’s homes and Bible studies led by the college leaders. Every fall and summer students have the opportunity to attend Young Life camp at one of Young Life’s twenty-three premiere camping facilities.

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Email:, Phone: 334-329-8869


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