The Cobb County School District (District) recognizes that extracurricular activities are an important part of school culture. School clubs and student organizations offer students an opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge base and to develop leadership skills and skills for working within a group Parents/guardians may decline permission for their child (under the age of 18) to participate in a school club by completing the appropriate section of Form JCDA-3 (Receipt of Family Information Guide) and returning the Form to the Principal or designee.
- Academic Team
Compete in trivia and academic team competitions.
Thursday, 3:30 - 4:30pm
- American Sign Language
Mission: To promote positive interactions between Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH) and Hearing students and staff by introducing sign language and deaf culture to the school body at large
TBD, 3:30pm, Rm #1209
- Animal Shelter
Provide volunteer and monetary support to local animal shelters.
2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:45am, Rm #1210
- Art Community Service
Art related projects that help or give back to the community.
Wednesday (monthly), 7:45am, Rm #713
- Asian American Association
Celebrate and share the cultures, history, and news of Asia through activities and service.
Wednesday, 7:30am, Rm #313
- Black Student Alliance
To bring students together to explore and share strategies in the game of chess.
Fridays, 7:30am, Rm #321
- Computer Science
To inspire and facilitate growth in coding skills through activities and peer-to-peer coaching
Tuesdays, 3:30pm, Rm #313
- Dance Team
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. competence, innovation, integrity and teamwork. The official logo is the diamond, and DECA's official colors are blue and gold. DECA has chapters in all 50 states and in five countries.
Every other Tuesday, 7:45am, Old Theatre
Bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. We bring our mission to life through the application of our motto: Service, Education, and Progress.
1st and 3rd Thursday, 7:50am, Rm #512
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Students coming together to part in fellowship as well as encourage one another
Fridays, 7:30am, Theatre
- Fencing Club
The Lassiter Fencing Club is a member of the Georgia High School Fencing League, in which students can learn to fence and compete against other schools in North Georgia. The club is meant to foster individual discipline and leadership. Learn more.
Wednesday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm, Cafeteria (until late February)
- German Club
To learn about and experience different aspects of German culture and tradition.
3rd Thursday, 7:45am, RM #806
- German National Honor Society
Enjoy learning more in depth info about German culture: experiencing authentic holiday traditions (songs, food, games, etc.)
3rd Thursday of month, 7:45am, Rm #806
- Golden Hour
To aid the elderly residents and nursing homes through community service such as making donations, phone calls, cards, and blankets etc.
1st Tuesday, 7:30am, Rm #218
- Green Club
We do on and off campus service activities to encourage both members and nonmembers to promote environmental education and awareness!
Every other Wednesday, 7:45am, Rm #1309
To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the healthcare community.
Wednesday, 7:45am, Rm. #1302
- Investment Club
To further expand the members' abilities to invest properly and make money
2nd and 4th Thursday, 7:45am, RM #812
- Jewish Student Union
The JSU will allow students to explore and celebrate the Jewish culture.
TBD, 7:45am, Rm #321
- The Joy Mission
Create a community of students supporting other students through grief.
1st Tuesday (monthly), 7:45am, TBD
- Lassiter Ambassadors (LABS)
The mission of Lassiter Ambassador is to encourage responsibility among upperclassman who will help mentor and aid the Freshman Class as they transition to high school. LABs discuss various topics such as study habits, getting involved, social media, peer and teacher relationships, etc with assigned freshmen advisements. They visit with their freshmen advisements 1-2 times per month.
Ambassadors have a training each year before school starts and meet 2-3 times as a group throughout the semester.
Ambassadors also help out at various school events and parent nights.
Applications for rising 11th and 12th graders can be found here and are due April 1, 2023. .
- La société honoraire de français
The aim of this organization shall be to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of scholarship, to reward scholastic achievements, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of Francophone cultures, and to promote international friendship.
2nd Thursday of month, 7:45am, Rm #802
- Le Cercle Français - French Club
Le purpose of Le cercle francais is to provide a space for students to pursue their interests in French music, cuisine, and general culture
TBD, 7:45am, Rm #802
- Math Academic Team
- Mock Trial
The team's primary objective will always be excellent preparation and presentation, rather than winning or losing the case.
Wednesday and Thursday mornings, Rm #824
- Mu Alpha Theta
Accepted members make up the Lassiter chapter of the national math honor society. Mu Alpha Theta celebrates math while helping others in our community. We offer free tutoring twice a week.
Once per month (TBD)
7:30am; Rm #208
- National Arts Honor Society
Students will show and demonstrate Excellence in the Arts.
- National English Honor Society (NEHS)
National English Honor Society promotes literary participation and advancement among high school students and works to foster a love of reading and skill development with our feeder elementary school students.
- National Honor Society
The mission of this chapter shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in students of Lassiter High School.
2nd and 3rd Thursdays, 7:45am, Theatre
- Pieces of Kindness
This mission is to donate student made paper 3D origami sculpture to people going through difficulties. These sculptures can help those that needs a morale booster.
1st Monday each month,
7:30am, Rm #918
- Prom Planning Committee
Allows student voice in theme and planning of Lassiter High School Prom
- RenaissanceMichelle Colasurdo
Renaissance celebrates academic excellence at Lassiter. Students can earn an honor card by earning a 3.0 or higher in a semester. Renaissance hosts two events for honor card holders to attend during the school year that are planned and facilitated by the Renaissance Student Leader Team. In the fall honor card holders attend the renaissance festival and in the spring honor card holders attend the academic pep rally. Membership on the student leader team is determined through an application and teacher recommendation process at the end of the school year for the following year.
A Global Robotics Community Preparing Young People for the Future
TBD, 3:30pm, Rm #1105
- Science National Honor Society
The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought, to advance student knowledge of classical and modern science, to communicate with the scientific community, to aid the civic community with its comprehension of science, and to encourage students to participate in community service and, in turn, encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all mankind.
First Thursday of the Month, 7:45am,
- Social Studies National Honor Society
This club is open to juniors and seniors who have demonstrated scholastic success, good character, leadership skills and have had community service experience. The purpose of this organization is to; develop and further a passion for social studies as well as; social studies related topics and fields through service in the community and; a promotion of leadership and a development of character within its members at Lassiter High School.
- Sources of Strength
Our mission is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help and strength. Learn more.
Every other Tuesday, 7:45am, Old Theater
- Spanish Club
Learn more about music, cuisine, and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.
Dates TBD, Rm #315
- Spanish National Honor Society
- Speech & Debate
The Lassiter Speech and Debate team is a competitive group of about twenty students that compete in 10 different events at about 20 tournaments per year. Our team is an active member of the Georgia Forensics Coaching Association and the National Speech and Debate Association.
Monday and Wednesdays, 3:30pm,
- Spike ClubTodd Henry
Students of Lassiter can come together to relieve stress by playing Spike Ball. This group is will also pass the game to younger generations. In addition, a tournament will be held and donations will go to charity.
Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Behind home bleachers; 3:30pm
- Student Council
The goal of Lassiter Student Council is to promote a sense of community within the school, act as a voice for students with the administration, provide community service, and raise funds for charitable causes and school improvements.
Wednesdays, 7:45am (as needed), Old Theatre
- Student's Against Starvation
Stand Against Starvation is a club dedicated to minimizing the hunger that exists within our community by collecting donations and participating in events that help to mitigate hunger, such as food packing events and food drives.
Wednesdays, 7:50am (as needed), Rm# 916
- Students Against TraffickingAshley Kirby
The purpose of the Lassiter Students Against Trafficking is to unite and empower a network of student to combat human trafficking by raising awareness, encouraging advocacy and deterring related behaviors that contribute to human trafficking. Together we can be a voice in the fight to end human trafficking.
Every other Wednesday, 7:45am, Rm #1107
- Study Buddies
Study Buddies will support students at elementary schools with homework and mentorship
Last Wednesday of the month, 7:45am,
- Tabletop Game
Provide students with a safe space to build lasting relationships as they interact meaningfully and build social skills.
Wednesday, 3:40-5:00pm, Rm #924
- Theatre Troupe
- Trojan Buddies