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O R G A N I Z A T I O N S
2013 - 2014

Organization Name

Description

Time & Place

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Amnesty International

The Ladue Chapter of Amnesty International works to impartially free political prisoners through such activities as writing letters to foreign governments organizing petition drives, and by raising awareness among students through the use of posters, videotapes and guest speakers.

To be announced

Dr. Hahn

DECA

DECA is an international organization that offers students a co-curricular education  in marketing, management, finance, and entrepreneurship.  DECA prepares students to be academically prepared in these areas, become more community oriented, practice being professionally responsible, and experience leadership.  The attributes and values that being in DECA brings are competence, innovation, integrity, and teamwork.  DECA students are driven to excel and improve their performance by participating in team-building activities, leadership training, as well as local, state, and international competitive events.

To be announced

Mrs. Erwin

Free The Children

Our goal is to empower students to create global change through active learning, idea sharing and taking action.  We will work to create awareness and raise funds to help aid poverty, healthcare, education and sustainable development in Sierra Leone.

TBA

Mrs. Hurley

Gay-Straight Alliance

Provides a safe environment for straight and GLBTQ youth and to eliminate homophobia.

1st and 3rd Thursdays

Mr. Good

Habitat For Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in St. Louis. This is accomplished by a comprehensive program that helps families who are determined to proactively better their lives by investing time and effort into actually building a home, owning a home, and becoming a contributing member of the community. This is the hope that Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis builds in the hearts of many deserving people.

Weds, 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Ms. Carson

International Thespian Society

ITS is an international organization for the advancement and improvement of theatre arts at LHWHS.  Selection is based upon points earned by involvement in school productions.  

As Announced

Mrs. Burmeister

Mock Trial

The Missouri High School Mock Trial program is a law-related educational competitive program sponsored by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis.  The program objectives are to increase student understanding of the judicial process.

Monday evenings 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. November through March and set trial dates.

Mr. Miller - lead
Mr. Snidman

 

Model U.N.

Students learn about the function and purpose of the United Nations through multi-district participation in St. Louis area. 

Bi-monthly on Wednesdays
after school

 

Ms. Spector

Mu Alpha Theta

Mu Alpha Theta is a national mathematic society to foster an in-depth interest in mathematics, develop scholarship

As Announced

Ms. Kaufman
Ms. Newton

National Forensics League

A national speech and debate honorary organization. Membership is earned through participation in speech and debate tournament competition and scholastic standing.

As Announced

Ms. Beck

National Honor Society

The Ladue Chapter of the National Honor Society consists of students who demonstrate exemplary scholarship, character leadership, and service.  See page 48 in the Student Handbook for membership qualifications.  Inductions are held in spring.

As Announced

Mr. Goldwasser
Ms. Spector

 

Quiz Bowl
Academic Team

Scholastic team competition that prepares students to participate in MACA events and in Knowledge Masters competitions.  Members have interest in particular academic subject area (history, math, science, literature, music and art) and have enthusiasm for competition.

Fridays after school

Mr. Hill
Mr. Miller

Save Life Club

Raise awareness in the community of poor choices made by loved ones. Give support to those who want to save lives by promoting moral courage as the cure.  Save one life at a time, beginning with our own.  Club is open to any student willing to express moral courage and to do the right thing.

One to two times per month

Mr. Goble

Science Olympiad

Science enrichment and competition for students who are interested and/or excel in science.  Open to any student interested in science and wants to compete at the regional and state levels.

Runs November through April and meets two Saturdays/month and one day a week after school

Ms. Smallwood

Student Council

The Student Council members are elected in the spring, except for incoming freshman, who are elected in the fall.  The organization serves as a forum for student expression, plans social affairs (Homecoming Dance), organizes special programs, and works to better school/community relations.

As Announced

Mr. Goldwasser
Mr. Saxton

Teenage Health Consultants

Teenage Health Consultants lead discussions with their peers (4th-12th graders) during school on topics such as Every Choice Counts, Dating Issues, Dealing With Conflict, and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs.
Open to 11th & 12th graders with a g.p.a. of 2.5+ .  Members are enthusiastic, active, positive role models, and should enjoy public speaking.  Be able to devote school time for presentations and training.

 

Mrs. Boyles

Tri-M Music Honor Society

The goal of Tri-M is to foster greater interest in band, orchestra and choral performance and to provide opportunities for personal musical expression.  Members are selected on the basis of musicianship, scholarship, character, leadership and school and community service.

AC Lab
1 performance per semester

Mr. Lindhorst

YLSL – Focus St. Louis

YLSL is a high school leadership program for juniors that builds leadership skills, strengthens character and promotes teamwork.  Membership is by application each spring.  Teacher recommendation is needed and an interview process is required.

Once a month on Thursday and some Saturdays

Ms. Lupardus