The Lighthouse Educational Adventure Program is designed to build community among students, help them learn about the outdoors and other adventure programs, push them to try new things, give them servant and leadership opportunities and learn about themselves as they face difficult and challenging situations. Some of the "adventure" could include but isn't limited to events such as the polar plunge, amazing race, weekend campout, 5K runs, archery, Katy Trail biking and learning to have a prevailing mindset. By participating in this program, students can earn 1/2 credit but it is open to the entire family.
Student Council is our school's student government. Student Council members provide feedback from the student body on various issues. This feedback usually is discussed at student council meeting. The council represents the student body at many special school functions. The members serve as a liason from the School Board and Administration to the Student Body. The student council members host several student life events throughout the year, including Prom, Homecoming and SnowBall.
Yearbook club is comprised of students who have a desire to design the yearbook for the school. Students do so through learning Photoshop and other editing programs. Students also learn to sell business ads to raise money for the club as well as being in charge of the sales and budget and distribution.
Towers (all boys group): Towers is a group for the young men of Lighthouse. It is designed as a way for the young men to get together away from school and let them get to know each other while doing fun things together.
The Latin Club welcomes any students who are currently taking Latin or have taken it. Latina Societas focuses on SPQR - Ancient Roman culture - as an extension of the classroom experience. Members enjoy food, fellowship and fun during meetings. We generally meet monthly.
God's Partnered Sisters
God's Partnered Sisters (GPS) provides 3-4 events during the school year which help the girls at Lighthouse get to know each other better. Our hope is that girls of all ages will participate in activities that will break down the barriers of age and grade and allow the girls to interact and encourage one another as they develop new friendships.