Clubs and Organziations
As you peruse our site, it will quickly become apparent that our teachers, staff and students perform at exceptionally high levels academically, artistically and athletically. The fact that our students accomplish these things, and develop their faith through intentional programs and extensive service to our community in a way that is humbling to all who witness it, makes our school a unique place.
The Pre-Kindergarten teachers are hosting a club to help foster the love of reading. Participants and teachers will read stories, create coordinating crafts, and have delicious snacks. The students will take home the books discussed during the club meetings to add to their home collection. There is a maximum number of 10 participants (Pre-K students only).
This club will jump start your heart! The Kindergarten teachers are hosting a club to promote fitness and health. Members will participate in various exercise activities and have a healthy snack.
Girls in God’s Image will meet weekly and have a time of devotion, prayer, activity, and a snack. This group is for 1st and 2nd grade students only.
Building Buddies is a LEGO club aimed at building a love for Christ. This club will consist of a short Bible study and LEGO building experience. Students will get to keep their set of LEGOs at the end of the club.
This is a 2nd and 4th grade girl’s Bible study that uses the Made to Create book and journal. Participants will create art using the curriculum based on biblical principles.
Kids Involved In Community Kindness and Service (KICKS) Leadership’s main objective is to become the hands and feet of Christ within our school and our community. Students in 3rd – 6th grade that join are divided into action subcommittees working with volunteer organizations. Each student will participate in WLSA, our school morning broadcast, and learn the importance of speaking loudly, clearly and slowly in front of audiences. Students will learn valuable interviewing skills as well.
This club aims to instill in 3rd – 6th grade students the value of recycling and caring for our environment. Club members will learn about recycling, collect recycling weekly, work on implementing new recycling projects at LSA, and encourage others to recycle.
This club is hosted by the 3rd grade teachers. Members will create, develop, and perform choreography as part of the LSA choir.
This club is hosted by Mrs. Parrish. It is a course of guidance in poise and confidence building for young girls in 4th – 5th grade. This is a time to practice social graces and skills used to interact politely in social situations.
4th Grade Teachers will host a baking club for students in 4th – 6th grade to help foster a love for and learn the fundamentals of baking.
This is a Bible study going through Glory Girl by Jess Connolly. This is a 7 week study. 5th – 6th grade girls will be asked to read a chapter each week prior to meetings.
Participants will be in charge of LSA’s morning broadcast. Students will write scripts, organize production and implement the broadcast to be held live each morning. This is for 6th grade students only.
12 students will learn the basics of chess. Each child will receive a “No Stress Chess” game set. They will take this set home on the last meeting. This set has a learning side with cards to guide play and a traditional side that allows them to test their new skills in a real game of chess!
The Equestrian Club will be a fun way for LSA students who have an interest in and love for horses to connect and support each other. Students in 4th – 12th grade will also partner with the Auburn University Equestrian Team and support their meets and activities.
Anchor Club is a service club within the Lee County Pilot Club for girls in grades 10-12. Anchor Club officers elect seven admirals (young men) each year from grades 10-12 to assist the club. It is considered an honor to be chosen as an admiral. Anchor Club performs service projects on the LSA campus and the surrounding community and also makes annual donations to various local, statewide and international mission projects.
The Clean Planet Club is a group of students that are interested in keeping the environment clean. Students in grades 9-12 are responsible for the recycling of paper and plastics on campus. They may organize Serve Days to involve students in community service by taking care of campus.
The E-Sports Club is made up of members that have a passion for gaming. Students meet after school with the faculty sponsor to challenge themselves in online gaming! It’s open to all students in grades 7-12 that enjoy the competition of video games.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is the largest Christian sports organization in America. 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 and FCA is open to all LSA students.
The Lee-Scott Academy Fishing Team is a group of 8th-12th grade students who bass fish, competitively, throughout the state. The team began during the 2016 -2017 school year and was started by LSA students interested in fishing. Teams have competed at the state level and in 2019 on the national level.
The members of the International Thespian Society are students that have a passion for drama and exploring the arts. Members support the organization by participating in drama performances and entering competitions throughout the year, specifically the International Thespian Society Festival that is held annually.
Key Club is the oldest and largest community service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. We strive to develop values through leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. Our motto is “Caring—Our Way of Life.” Any 9th-12th grader is welcome to join.
Sponsor: Mrs. Pickard
This club is open to students in grades 7-9 that love to play various types of games such as Pictionary, Checkers, Clue, Chess, Uno, Scrabble, Jenga and Clue. It’s a fun time for club members to get to know one another and make new friends while playing a game they love.
This club is for students who are interested in reading books together as well as writing short stories for fun. Any student from grades 7-12 is encouraged to join.
The Lee-Scott Academy Ambassadors serve a leadership role at Lee-Scott Academy. This outstanding group of students serve as the Academy’s representatives in community projects, greeting visitors on campus, assisting with school events (Orientations, Open House, Graduation, etc.), promoting the mission of the school and leading by example. Ambassadors are selected through an application process that begins in the spring when interested students, entering Grades 10-12 with a 3.0 grade point or higher, complete an application, obtain 4-5 teacher recommendations, complete a self-evaluation, and go through an interview process.
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 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.
Lee-Scott Academy sponsors a Scholars Bowl team for students in grades 9 – 12. The team competes in their division at district and state AISA tournaments. The AISA has partnered with the Alabama Scholastic Competition Association (ASCA) and uses the NAQT test series. The 2019 LSA Scholars Bowl team competed nationally against teams from across the nation in Chicago in June.
Sponsors: Mrs. Claridy
Science Olympiad is a regional, state and national competition in which students can compete individually or in team competitions in biology, chemistry, Earth science, physics and engineering. The Science Olympiad is broken into school teams for grades 7-9 and 10-12. Students develop their knowledge and skills throughout the school year and compete regionally in the spring. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide cross-section of students to get involved.
The Spanish Club at Lee-Scott Academy serves to educate students about the cultures of the Hispanic world through social gatherings and meetings.
The Student Government Association at Lee-Scott Academy has 50 members from grades 7 – 12. These students are voted on by their classmates. Class officers are voted on during the first quarter and serve throughout the school year and at-large officers are voted on during the fourth quarter and serve during the following school year. The officers give of their time and efforts to ensure a better campus and community, raise funds for various projects throughout the year, and promote all-around school spirit. The Lee-Scott SGA is involved in many community service-based projects which demands a lot of time and effort from the students involved.
Sponsors: Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Crowley
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.
LSA’s Yearbook is published as part of an elective class available to senior high students. The class focuses on 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.
At Lee-Scott we have both YoungLife (9th-12th grade) and WYDlife (6th-8th grade). YoungLife leaders may greet students entering school 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 YoungLife camp at one of YoungLife’s 23 premiere camping facilities.