• Asian American Student Association

    Sponsors

    Eric Johansen

    Meeting Format

    In-person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 400 from 2:20-3:20 on announced Tuesdays

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20.00; $25.00 if a senior ordering cords

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    GAASA (Gwinnett Asian American Student Association)

    Mission Statement

    The purpose of this club is to promote and encourage the various cultures and heritages of Asia. As an addition to our primary mission, we want the students at Lanier to embrace their Asian backgrounds and/or to become more aware of the different Asian cultures in the community. In order to promote this mission, our club will host activities from diverse cultures of Asia.

    Examples of Planned Activities

    GAASA Events

  • Interpretation Nation

    Sponsors

    Dallas Loewen

    Meeting Format

    In-person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Monthly in either the Academy Conference Room or Room 400 at announced times

    Club Dues/Fees

    $35.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    None.

    Mission Statement

    Interpretation Nation seeks to serve our community by providing language services in order to reduce barriers and increase equity and unity.

    Examples of Planned Activities

    Provide regular interpretation and translation for LHS staff and faculty as needed. Interpret for LHS and community events. Assist with International Night in the spring semester.

  • Computer Science Honor Society

    Sponsors

    Michael Reilly

    Meeting Format

    Blended

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 723 at 6:45AM on the first Friday of each month.

    Dues/Fees

    None.

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    National CSHS

    Mission Statement

    This CSHS encourages secondary students’ enthusiasm for computer science, honors academic excellence, and promotes service.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Monthly meetings, and outreach focused on inspiring others to learn computer science. Spring classes online to teach elementary student the basics of programming and how it applies to life.

  • Art Club / National Art Honors Society

    Sponsors

    Tiffany Cole and Kristina Jaunais

    Meeting Format

    In-person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 605 at 3:30 PM on the first Wednesday of each month.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $25.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    National Art Honors Society

    Mission Statement

    Foster excellence and a dedicated spirit to the pursuit of art. Inspire and recognize those students who have shown outstanding ability in art.

    Examples of Planned Activities

    Lanier Student Art Calendar, Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Competition

  • Black Student Association

    Sponsors

    Larry Layfield and Bridgette Garnier

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Every other Thursday in Room 105 from 2:20-3:30PM

    Club Dues/Fees

    $26.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    None.

    Mission Statement

    Lanier High School's Black Student Association (BSA) strives to foster a sense of community for all students by raising cultural awareness of the rich history of African-Americans and by promoting a positive image of black students as leaders in the Sugar Hill community. We embrace our cultural heritage, unity, and the appreciation of diversity and inclusion.

    Description of Planned Activities

    We have several different topics planned for this semester's meetings and taking a look at the opportunity for field trips to colleges/universities as well as museums. We're currently looking into visiting an HBCU as well as MLK's birth home, and the Civil Rights Museum, COVID restrictions permitting.

  • DECA

    Sponsors

    Ted Deppe and Jim Kay

    Meeting Format

    Blended

    Meeting Location and Time

    Either the commons or room 501, every other Thursday at 9:30 AM.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20.00 to join, which includes a T-shirt. Competition fees are different at each level and are subsidized by Lanier DECA.

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    Lanier DECA is affiliated at the state and national levels.

    Mission Statement

    DECA's LHS mission is to prepare emerging leaders in marketing, business, management, and entrepreneurship. DECA programs involve active participating from students, faculty and business professionals. Each DECA competitive event supports classroom learning which leads to unique real-world activities and future success.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    GA-only Testing Events

    Officer Training

    Community Service Project

    Region Competition

    State Competition

    International Competition

  • Environmental Club

    Sponsors

    Jeannie Lanio

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 805 at 6:45AM on announced days.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $25.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    None.

    Mission Statement

    A student-centered organization made of passionate individuals whose mission is to raise awareness of environmental issues, with service projects and activities. We will be committed to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Our ultimate goal is to educate and collaborate with other schools, organizations, universities, corporations and government.

    Description of Planned Activities

    Stream Clean-Up

    Garden Planting

    School Recycling

  • FCCLA

    Sponsors

    Stephanie Rudnik and Amanda Stults

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 203 at 2:15PM - Dates vary from month to month

    Dues/Fees

    $30.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    Yes.

    Mission Statement

    To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Fall Leadership Conference

    Region Star Events

    Day at the Capitol

    State Leadership Conference

  • French Club

    Sponsors

    Joel Sisson and Pamela Falls Eyraud

    Meeting Format

    In-Person (Blended sometimes)

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 714 (Mr. Sisson's room) on the first Monday and third Thursday of each month, from 2:20-3:00PM.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    None

    Mission Statement

    The French Club is open not only to students enrolled in French classes, but to all who share an interest in French Culture. Activities are social and cultural in nature and will include several events involving: food, music, art, films in French, celebrations of holidays in the French-speaking world, etc. Dues include a t shirt.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Going to French restaurants

    Celebrating French holidays

    Discussing the French-speaking world

    promoting French in the local elementary and middle schools

    Watching French films

    Sampling French food

    Viewing French art (just to name a few...)

  • French Honor Society

    Sponsors

    Joel Sisson and Pamela Falls Eyraud

    Meeting Format

    In-Person and Blended

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 714 (Mr. Sisson's room); meetings on the first Monday and third Tuesday of each month (2:20-3:00) with French Club.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20 (by invitation only)

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    AATF (American Association of Teachers of French)

    Mission Statement

    The French National Honor Society's mission is to recognize students' outstanding scholarship in the study of French. Students who meet the membership criteria will be welcomed in at an induction ceremony (by invitation only), receive and get to wear a tri-colored honor cord at graduation, and receive a membership certificate and t-shirt. French Honor Society provides a way to focus activities around the French language and Francophone cultures and to encourage participation in French-related extra curricular activities. In addition, students can acquire leadership skills by serving as officers of French Club and FHS, directing the initiation ceremony, participating in community service, or leading other chapter events.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    We will complete the same activities as French Club; however, French Honor Society members can also gain community service hours for tutoring French 1, 2 and 3 students in French. French Honor Society members can attend local French-related activities hosted by AATF, the Alliance Française d'Atlanta, and/or other local schools.

  • Helping Humanity

    Sponsors

    Collin Jones

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Two Mondays each month in Room 400 at 2:20PM

    Club Dues/Fees

    None.

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    None.

    Mission Statement

    Helping Humanity promotes social justice causes in our school and community through service work and projects, working to advance equity through education and awareness. Helping Humanity seeks to provide a safe space for all students while discussing topics relating to gender, sexuality, race, and other societal issues.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Conversations and activities to provide a safe space for students

  • HoPe

    Sponsors

    Elizabeth Cardy and Dallas Loewen

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 400 from 2:30-4:00PM, usually on the second-to-last Wednesday of every month

    Club Dues/Fees

    $25

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    None.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of HoPe is to increase the graduation rate among Hispanic high school students through leadership, education, and community service.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Trunk or Treat , Talent Show, Car Wash, HoPe Conference and much more!

  • Lanier Student Leadership Team

    Sponsors

    Collin Jones

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Monthly during Longhorn Time

    Club Dues

    None.

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    None.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Lanier Student Leadership Team (LSLT) is to cultivate an atmosphere of servant leadership in order to positively influence the students and staff of the Lanier community.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Freshmen mentoring

    Cluster leadership lessons

    County peer leadership collaboration

    Supporting clubs and athletics

    Supporting new enrollments

  • Mock Trial - Lanier Lawhorns

    Sponsors

    Jessica Sisson, Lead Sponsor; Stephanie Sheets and Pamela Falls Eyraud, Co-Sponsors

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Wednesdays at 2:30PM in Trailer 5 or Room 400.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $30 per year

    National, State, or Local Affiliations

    State Bar of Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition

    Mission Statement

    The Georgia Mock Trial Competition helps students gain an understanding of the legal system by providing opportunities for school teams to participate in academic competitions where players assume attorney and witness roles in a court case.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    We will be competing in courtrooms across the county and against trial teams from across the state! Last year we went to the finals round and we hope to repeat that same success this year. Select students will attend Law Academy where they will take classes in legal studies and gain even more experience in the law field.

  • Mu Alpha Theta

    Sponsors

    Malissa Chadwick and Rozina Essani

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    National

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 405 at 6:40 AM on announced days.

    Mission Statement

    Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School Mathematics Honor Society with over 75,000 student members in more than 1,500 schools. We are dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school students. Mu Alpha Theta achieves these goals by: providing a method for schools to recognize and encourage those students who enjoy and excel in mathematics; organizing a National Convention for teachers and students to participate in math-related events and interact with others from across the country; rewarding outstanding extracurricular achievement by offering special awards to both students and their faculty advisors; and providing Mathematics Competitions to participating members at their own school through the Log 1 Contest and the Rocket City Math League.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Celebration of Pi Day, Math competitions throughout the year

  • Robotics Club

    Sponsors

    Michael Reilly

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 723 on Wednesdays from 2:30-4:00PM

    Dues/Fees

    None

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    Affiliated with FIRST.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the FIRST Robotics club is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    STEM education and outreach activities, along with Fall and Spring competitions. Activities will be listed on LanierRobotics.org, beginners are welcome!

  • Spanish Club

    Sponsors

    Jessica Hernandez and Laurie Brown

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Room 713 at 2:15PM one Wednesday per month.

    Dues/Fees

    $20.00

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    None

    Mission Statement

    Our mission is to promote the Spanish language and culture through different activities such as watching Spanish and Latin American films and enjoying Spanish and Latin American foods. By joining the club, you'll be able to enjoy awesome Hispanic foods and beverages, and celebrate the language, art, music, history, etc. with members of the coolest club at Lanier High School.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Spanish Club is one of the organizers of International Night.

  • Spanish Honor Society

    Sponsors

    Rhonda Silva, Sponsor; Laurie Brown, Co-Sponsor

    Meeting Format

    Blended

    Meeting Location and Time

    Meetings are not held. Students can contact Ms. Silva either in-person or via email with questions.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $26.00 for initial induction (by invitation only); $10 for Honor Cord at graduation

    National, State, or Local Affiliation

    AATSP

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Spanish national honor Society is to promote the Spanish language and culture and encourage life-long learning of Spanish.

  • Tri-M Music Honor Society

    Sponsors

    Patrick Collins

    Meeting Format

    In-Person

    Meeting Location and Time

    Chorus Room on the N-teenth Wednesday of each month from 2:30-3:15PM.

    Club Dues/Fees

    $20

    National, state, or Local Affiliations

    National Affiliation

    Mission Statement

    To promote the growth and continued excellence of the Lanier Cluster music programs through performance, leadership, and service.

    Descriptions of Planned Activities

    Meetings

    Day-of-Service

    Concert Ushering

    Recitals

    Middle School Mentoring

    Recruitment and Advocacy Projects