American Sign Language Club
Sponsor: Safeera Khan
To acquire and improve signing skills by interacting with others who sign including students and deaf people, and to educate the community about deafness and deaf culture. Open to any student with a good standing grade in all classes.
Meetings are held every other Thursday at 2:40 in Room 2301.
Aquatic Science Club (Ocean Bowl)
Sponsor: Amanda Sebesta
To understand the awareness of oceanic ecosystems through study and experimentation. Perform community service in relationship to the waterways of Texas. Students must have a C average in all classes and have a general interest in aquatic ecosystems.
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 2:45 pm in Room 1213.
Sponsor: Margaret Walker and Joshua Smith
To promote the enrichment of fine art. Learn different ways to create are, college readiness, and helping others. Requirements are that you have previously taken an art class.
Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2:35 pm in Room 1715.
Sponsor: Thomas Fishburn
To learn about the universe in a more in-depth and enjoyable way. Activities include star parties, bringing telescope and cameras to improve astronomy and photography knowledge and skills. Keep up with the news concerning space, NASA, sky phenomena's, comet, etc. Membership requirements are passing grades, attend every meeting, only 3 excused absences per semester.
Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:45 pm in Room 1208.
Auto Tech Skills - USA
Sponsor: Roger Simmons
To unite in common bond, provide leadership skills, understand labor and management interest in trade and industrial technology. Students must be a two year member of the program. Students meet during class time.
Sponsor: Barbie Parker
This is Langham Creek’s Dance/Drill team. The students dance at athletic events, attend competitions throughout the year and perform a spring dance production. Students are able to join once a year at a competitive tryout.
Sponsor: Gloria Ramirez
Students must have previous musical experience, by audition only.
The band curriculum consists of contemporary free-form style marching, development of soloist skills, chamber music participation, concert contests, and performance in some of the finest auditoriums in the United States.
Head Coach: Armando Sedeno
Must try out for the team, have an athletic physical on file, maintains passing grades throughout the year and possess a positive attitude at Langham Creek.
Head Coaches: Charles Ament (B); Annette Steward (G)
Must tryout for the team (November), have an athletic physical on file and maintain passing grades throughout the year.
Sponsor: Erin Stewart
Spirit club offering support and encouragement for the boys varsity basketball team. Activities include making spirit posters, giving baked goods to team players and showing up and cheering the team on at home games. Students must be a junior or senior for the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 2:45 in Room 2202.
Black Students Association
Sponsor: Rayla Willis
To increase academic success of high risk students by keeping these students informed of academic opportunities and involved in activities of similar interests while promoting school spirit and sportsmanship. Must have a 70% overall GPA, not U's in conduct or no more than one "I" in conduct, 2.5 GPA.
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 2:40 pm in Room 2610.
Sponsor: Fred Young
Students must have basic bowling skills and must maintain passing grades each six weeks. Tryouts for the team are in October. Students participate in various tournaments throughout the year. The club meets at Copperfield Bowling Lanes.
Sponsors: Kristen Schulze (Varsity) and Lindsay Lombardi(JV)
Students must have a 2.5 GPA, no I’s or U’s in conduct, no suspensions, athletic physical on file. Tryouts are every year and students are judged on academic success and athletic and gymnastic ability. LCHS cheerleaders support interscholastic athletics by encouraging and directing crowd participation. Cheerleaders must be more than good athletes and performers. They must be leaders, role models and ambassadors for the school and community.
Sponsor: Matthew Campbell
To play chess and allow for a place of learning patience, sportsmanship and discipline. Activities include learning how to play chess and enhance skills. Dues are $20.
Meetings are held on Mondays after school in PB7.
Sponsors: Christopher Fiorini and Andie Loer
Students must have basic musical skills or be willing to learn necessary skills. Choir is an organization that represents LCHS through performances at school or for community organizations. Members prepare music by applying basic theory and sight-reading skills as choral and vocal techniques are improved. Choir is a class and must be put into the student’s schedule.
Sponsor: Gloria Ramirez
Students must audition and attend an after-school camp in the spring. Students must be enrolled in the Color Guard class. Color Guard performs at LCHS football games and marching band competitions with the Lobo Band. In the spring, Color Guard competes at the Winterguard competition. This is an award-winning organization.
Computer Science Club
Sponsors: Shemesha Thomas and Terri Charles
To promote scholastic effort and student involvement in the areas of computer science. Students will attend programming competitions, UIL tournaments, field trip promotion of real life applications of computer science. Requirements are that you are a former or current Computer Science I or higher (including CISCO) student Meetings are held on Thursdays at 2:30 pm in Room 1705.
Head Coaches: Walt Yarrow(B); Ellen Robinson (G)
Students must qualify for the team through try outs in early August. Must run during the summer months and be prepared. Dedication and commitment is essential. Must have athletic physical on file before school starts.
Designers Fashion and Interior Design Club
Sponsor: Melissa Pellerin
To promote community involvement, valuable societal contributions, a sense of pride and belonging and quality workmanship through community service projects. Membership dues are $15.
Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of each month in Room 1904 at 2:45 pm.
Sponsors: Pam Spivey and Randall Middlebrook
To support the varsity baseball team. Only 20 applicants will be selected each year. The Diamond Dolls is a service and support group for Lobo Baseball. In addition to assisting with any fundraising activities and community service, the Diamond Dolls are in a public relations roll and act as hostesses at home varsity baseball games.
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 2:30 pm in Room 2509.
Sponsor: CJ Brock and Heather Reneau
The primary purpose of the club is to operate and support all Langham Creek Theatre productions and events. Membership requirements are that students must have the desire to participate, have good academic and disciplinary standing and pay dues of $35.
Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of each month at 2:45 pm in the auditorium.
Family Career and Community Leaders America, Inc. (FCCLA)
Sponsor: Jamie Ramsey
A club for students enrolled in the early childhood education programs. Club promotes leadership and addresses important issues related to personal, family, work and society through family and consumer sciences education.
Meetings are held 1st Friday of each month during class.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Sponsor: Charles Ament
To teach and show the gospel of Jesus Christ and to fellowship with one another. Students will read and discuss the Bible and how it applies to us today.
Meetings are held every Wednesday at 6:45 am in the Performance Gym.
Athletic Coordinator: Todd Thompson
Football is open to all 9-12 grade boys. Students must have an athletic physical form on file and have football in the schedule as a class.
Four (4) Square Club
Sponsor: Walt Yarrow
To allow students to participate in games of 4-square while learning new rules and having fun, along with bonding with new people.
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:45 pm in PB12.
French Table Club
Sponsor: Lane Alleman
Fellowship with other student Francophiles to promote, encourage, and enjoy the French language and its many related cultures; and to speak French. Must pay $20 dues, must behave in a safe, welcoming and school appropriate manner at all times and have an overall 70% GPA in all classes.
Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month in Room 2406 at 2:40 pm.
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Sponsor: Debra Hargrave
Enrollment in Agriculture Science class or an interest in agricultural science. Activities include classroom instruction, raising livestock, participation in leadership development events, career development events, tour guiding, and community service projects. Dues are $35.
Meetings are held 2nd Monday of each month at 7 PM in the Commons and/or Ag Science classroom.
Gay/Straight Alliance Club (GSA)
Sponsor: C.J. Brock and Gareth Gingell
To provide a safe environment for all students of diverse backgrounds.
Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 2:45 PM in Room 1107.
Sponsor: Sherry Ruppelt
Students must have an interest in learning about the German culture, language and people.
Meetings are held every other Monday at 2:35 PM in Room 1601.
Head Coaches: Anthony Rangel (B) Ruxton Williamson(G)
Must try out and make the Golf team. Must have athletic physical form on file. Participate in district tournaments and UIL competition.
Good Sportsmanship League (GSL)
Sponsor: Kristi Giron
Senior students represent LC at all football games as a gesture of good will towards the opposing team. Students are asked by coaches to participate.
Habitat for Humanity
Sponsor: Danielle Adams
To support and participate in build projects for the nationally recognized organization, Habitat for Humanity. Students who have paid dues and turned in their permission slips may participate. Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Monday at 2:40 pm in 2103 or in the Teaching Theater.
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
Sponsor: Robin Richard
To develop leadership, increase understanding of health careers and develop skills of students enrolled in Health Science Technology Education.
Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:40 pm and Wednesdays at 7:00 am in Room 1912.
HOLA Dance Club (Hispanic Organization for Leaders of America)
Sponsor: Yahir Ordonez
Validate and have a better understanding of the Hispanic culture through the use of music, dance and related activities. To perform and achieve academically at a high leve3l that reflects excellence in learning. To represent CFISD on and off school campus. To promote school spirit and good sportsmanship. Members must have good conduct during the school year, no suspensions, must have passing grades, attend meetings and participate in activities.
Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2:45 PM in Room 2402. Practices are held Tuesday - Thursday after school.
Sponsor: Danielle Adams
To offer high school students the opportunity to volunteer and provide enrichment to the less fortunate as well as increase awareness of social diversity.
Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 2:45 pm in the Teaching Theater or Room 2103.
International Thespian Society
Sponsor: CJ Brock and Heather Reneau
To promote theatre as an art form through education. The primary activities are to produce and support LCHS Theatre productions. Membership requirements are 2 fall shows, 10 Thespian points, C average or better in all classes and pay dues.
Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of each month at 2:45 pm in the auditorium.
Japanese Culture Club
Sponsor: Alisa McElroy
Promotes education regarding the Japanese culture through media and art with focus on the differentiation of Eastern Asian life and the U.S. Dues are $5.
Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 2:45 PM in Room 1106.
Sponsors: Master Sgt. Bullock and Lt. Colonel Marks
A classroom and leadership laboratory that helps develop decision making and communication skills while building self-confidence as a leader. Students must be enrolled in ROTC class during the day.
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Korean Language and Culture Club
Sponsor: Bohye Na
Primary purpose is to learn the Korean language and culture. Activities include practicing the Korean language using a textbook and learn the Korean culture through small cultural activities and current pop cultured music.
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 2:40 pm in Room 1607.
Sponsors: Ben Dyer
To have fun while learning about, playing and competing against other clubs and schools that play, the sport of lacrosse. Must be enrolled as a student at Langham Creek or granted permission by the appropriate league and school officials to play lacrosse for Langham Creek.
Meeting will be held at the discretion of the team's coach.
Sponsor: Brandy Milson
To express students creativity through the medium of cinema photography. Activities include making films and highlighting student events. Any Langham student may join.
Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:40 pm in Room 1916.
Sponsor: Chelsea Ayers-Morris
To foster interest in classical societies and their languages and to provide opportunities for members to enhance and enrich their understanding of Roman culture to the Latin language. Students must attend 80% of the meetings. Dues are $10.
Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 2:45 pm in PB16.
Library Acquisitions/Aesthetics Committee
Sponsor: Sandy Jones
Choosing titles for the library collections and design for library furniture. Activities include reading, book discussions and meetings with vendors. Student must attend 50% of the meetings.
Meetings are held in the Library on an as needed basis.
Magic: The Gathering Club
Sponsor: Aryeh Wiznitzer
To teach students strategies and card theory related to Magic: The Gathering card game. Dues are $20.
Meetings are held every Thursday at 2:45 pm in Room 1107.
Model United Nations
Sponsor: Drew Dean
Learn about, discuss and interact with Houston area high school students as members of the United Nations. Attend the Annual Houston Area Model United Nations Conference.
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 2:35 pm in Room 2212.
Mu Alpha Theta
Sponsor: Debra Hunter and John Fisk
To bring appreciation and liking of math through an understanding by tutoring. Dues are $10. Requirements are 5 hours of tutoring per year until graduation to receive cords.
Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 2:30 pm in room 2105.
Muslim Student Association
Sponsor: Jeff Jones
A place where Muslim and non-Muslims can interact and learn about Islam. Members must attend meetings and have passing grades. Dues are $10.
Meetings are held every other Monday at 2:40 pm in Room 2310.
National Honor Society
Sponsor: Roxana Caulder
To encourage scholarship, stimulate the desire for service and promote leadership and character. Members must be a junior or a senior who meets the national guidelines published for scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These members are approved by a teacher committee selected by the principal.
Meetings are held once a month on Wednesdays at 6:50 am and 2:35 pm in the Library.
Sponsor: Melissa Shideler
Requirements: Students must be able to play violin, viola, cello, bass or harp.
Students will perform on and off the Langham Creek campus. They will compete as individuals and as a group representing Langham Creek at various contests. Weekly rehearsals are held in Room 1401.
Peer Assistance and Leadership (P.A.L.S.)
Sponsor: Pam Spivey
Requirements: Junior or Senior, application process
P.A.L.S. students serve as positive role models for students on the Langham Creek campus as well as at several elementary schools in our area. P.A.L.S. also participate in community service activities.
Sponsor: Megan Weaver and Lynn Kennedy
To provide a place where teens can be encouraged to take charge of their health by learning important breast health awareness.
Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 2:45 PM in Room 2201.
Real Life Club
Sponsor: Bethany Adams and Rebecca Sliman
To help people become who they want to be; to be a forum of constandt conflict. Discuss highs and lows of the week, approaching real issues, positive build up. Dues are $10.
Meetings are held the 1st Monday of each month at 2:40 pm in Room 2611.
Sponsor: Gareth Gingell and Michael Shott
To promote cooperative, student-directed inquiry into science topics, promote scientific interest, encourage real-world problem solving through applied science. To enhance the understanding of STEM subjects. Members must be in good standing as defined by Constitution and attend 80% of the meetings. Dues are $25.
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 2:45 PM in Room 1107.
Sponsors: Brandi Ortega and Debbie Leclerc
Promote cohesion among the senior class, increase school spirit and perform service in the school and community. Requirements: Senior women only. Dues are $15.
Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month in at 7 AM and 2:40 PM in Room 2613.
Head Coaches: Eric Lane (B); Humberto Abitua (G)
Requirements: Qualify at tryouts, complete 5 credits per year, have athletic physical on file. Participate in games, tournaments and UIL competition.
Head Coach: Michele Biffle
Requirements: Girls wishing to try out for softball must have some previous experience and should be enrolled in the class for the fall semester. Qualify at tryouts in January, approval of the coach, and athletic physical on file. Participate in games, tournaments and UIL competition.
S.P.A.R.K.S. (Special People Assisting Remarkable Kids)
Sponsor: Melinda Shackett and Danna Allen
To provide social opportunities for students with disabilities with the intent to integrate the students into the school culture. Activities include lunch buddies, dances, holiday gifts, homecoming mums, and Special Olympics volunteer coaching. Dues are $10. Students must participate in two school events. Meetings will be held two to three Wednesdays a month at 2:45 pm in the Teaching Theater.
Speech and Debate
Sponsor: Adam Benoit
To foster interscholastic speech and debate activities. Meeting are held the last Wednesday of every month at 2:45 pm in Room 1914.
Sponsor: Lindsey Lombardi
Build school community and unity of the student body. Requirements: must have passing grades, no major discipline infractions, and 75% attendance at meetings.
Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month Room 2609.
Head Coach: Mary Weber
Requirements: Student must be able to demonstrate a certain level of ability in all four competitive strokes; must have athletic physical on file. Students must be enrolled in swimming class.
Technology Student Association (TSA)
Sponsor: Jennifer O’Brian, Melissa Pellerin and Glen Tice
To foster personal growth, leadership and opportunities in technology, innovation, design and engineering. Dues are $30.
Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Room 1915.
Head Coach: Terry Moran
Requirements: Qualify for the team, approval of coach, athletic physical on file. Participate in tournaments, games and UIL district competition.
Texas Association of Future Leaders (TAFE)
Sponsor: Debbie Chambers
To encourage qualified young men and women to consider teaching as a career. Meetings are held the 3rd Friday of each month in Room 1903 during class.
Tom's Shoe Awareness Club
Sponsor: Cody Grose
To raise awareness for the company TOMS Shoes and learn what they do in third world countries. Students must participate, contribute and be positive.
Meetings are held the 1st Monday of each month at 2:45 pm in room 2208.
Track and Field
Head Coaches: Kenneth Carrell (B) and Ellen Robinson (G)
Requirements: Willing to work hard. Have a good attitude, interest in the sport of track, and the desire to develop work ethic in sport. Athletic physical on file. Langham has three track teams: 9th, JV and Varsity.
V.I.C.A. – Cosmetology Vocational Industrial Clubs of America
Sponsors: Lynette Smith
Empowers students enrolled in career and tech programs. To set goals beyond entry-level employment. Must be enrolled in Cosmetology. Students will attend district and state competitions. Dues are $28.
Meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:30 pm in room 1917.
Head Coach: Ruxton Williamson
Requirements: Qualify for the team, have athletic physical on file. Tryouts begin in early August. We also stress commitment, dedication and a positive attitude.
Sponsor: Mary Weber
Must be able to swim and have some mastery of the ball. Must have a positive attitude and attend the majority of the practices and games. Practices are held 6-7:30 am and 3:30-4:15 pm Monday-Friday at Watkins Middle School.
Young Ladies for Positive Action/Young Men for Positive Action
Sponsor: Valerie Sappington
To promote school spirit, achieve academically at a high level, perform at various school events and competitions, provide community service when needed. Membership requirements are that students have an overall passing average from all previous six weeks grading period and be physically capable of stepping and attending practices. Must have no I's or U's in conduct.
Meetings are held Monday-Thursday in Room 1402 at 2:45 PM.
Yu Gi Oh Club
Sponsor: Cathy Metcalf
Play Yu Gi Oh card game.
Meetings are held every Wednesday at 2:45 pm in room 2209 .