Please see Sara Jones in the Main Office with any questions.

Club Sign-Up Day

Club sign-up day will be on Wednesday, September 7th during 5th period. Teachers will give students a jump code at the end of the announcements where they will be able to pick the club(s) of their choice.

Students have the option of attending the club meetings they are involved in three-four times each semester during the day on an Early Release PLC school day. On Club Day students will receive a pass for the class period in which their club meets and will be released to that club.

Students are allowed to sign up for a maximum of two clubs. Please complete the club opt-out form if you choose to opt your student out of clubs for this school year.

Please contact Ms. Jones if you have questions regarding clubs.

Club Day Schedule

The club will be held during the plan period of the sponsor. Students may sign up for a maximum of two clubs and must have a pass to go to the club.

Club Days 2022-23

  • September 27th
  • October 25th
  • November 29th
  • January 31st
  • February 28th
  • March 28th
  • April 25th

Clubs for 2022-23

ClubLocation and Class PeriodSponsorRequirementsDescription
African American/ Biracial/ Multiracial ForumG1058thMoravecNoneNoneWe will provide a forum through which African American, Biracial, and Multiracial students can find a place where social and cultural expression can be maintained. We will also support students and provide time for sharing and celebrating.
Anime ClubF2125thDuncanNoneNoneWe are a fun loving group that likes to get together to watch a style of animation originating in Japan that is characterized by stark colorful graphics, vibrant characters and action-filled plots with fantastic or futuristic themes.
Book Club (On the Same Page)Media Center4thFriestNoneNoneIf you love books, especially those written for young adults, then you are already an honorary member of our LSE Book Club. Join us for some book fun while you share your love of reading with others! See you in the library ...
Business ClubE2017thChristensen / SeymourSee SponsorMust be enrolled in a business education course during the academic year.Business Club is a collaboration between the national business organizations, DECA and FBLA. Business Club will focus on preparing emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in all areas of business and technology. Students will be able to develop their leadership skills through service learning and competitive events.
Canada ClubE2084thDeambroseNoneNoneThis is a club where students will have the opportunity to familiarize with the Canadian culture and appreciate some of the things that the country north of the border has to offer.
Chess ClubMedia Center2ndHoldorfNoneNoneWhether you've never played chess before or you regularly play in tournaments, come to Chess Club! We play chess. That's it! It's a great place to either practice your skills, or just learn how the game works. Everyone is welcome to join!
Community of LearnersF2366thKrueger/Wardyn/Ackerman/Mathers/FriestNoneNoneThe Community of Learners is a group that advocates to build acceptance and understanding at LSE. We work closely with our Special Olympics Unified program to promote inclusion at LSE. We meet monthly in the media center to play games, eat snacks, hang out, and make new friends.
DFA (Dedicated Fan Association)Commons8thMcQuistan30 Seniors, 10 Jrs, 10 Soph, 10 FreshmanNoneWe are dedicated to creating a supportive and fun athletic environment. We are an inclusive group that supports all varsity student-athletes. We believe in sportsmanship and modeling Knight Pride at LSE contests.
Drama Club/Thespian Troupe 2106Auditorium8thLambley75 totalNoneWelcome to Drama Club! During club meetings, we will become more well versed in theatre knowledge, give updates to what is happening in the drama department, and grow as a community through fun games and activities. Outside of club days, we put on three shows a year and go to Thespian Festival in Omaha at the beginning of second semester! Hope to see you there!
Empty Bowls Pottery7thRuthRequirements: Members must have taken Pottery 1 and speak with Mr. Ruth in person or contact by email prior to signing up for the club. Members must also be willing to meet not only on club days but also on scheduled Thursdays after school due to the time it requires to make and glaze the bowls.The Empty Bowls Pottery Club is a service project club. EB members make handmade pottery bowls that will then be sold at the Fall & Spring Art Shows with all proceeds going to the Foodbank of Lincoln.
Fellowship of Christian AthletesWrestling Room4thDellNoneNoneA club that allows student-athletes to see the world impacted by Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches. To present to athletes the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.
FCCLAD1172ndWilcoxNoneNoneCareer and Technical Student Organization with a focus on family, career and community leadership. Opportunities include: local and national travel (Covid-19 permitting), volunteer work in the community, hear valuable messages from varying speakers regarding teen issues in today's world, meet people from other schools in Lincoln, Nebraska, and other states while attending leadership conferences.
Feminist ClubF2305thHilbertNoneNoneFeminist club endeavors to do the following: create a space where students can come together to discuss what feminism means in their everyday lives, put LSE feminists in contact with local professionals and agencies that espouse and advocate feminist policies and practices, and grow students’ knowledge and application of feminism to enrich themselves and the LSE community.
Harry Potter ClubMedia Center7thAllaire30 totalNoneHave you accepted your letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Once you've arrived by broomstick, you'll be sorted in your house, receive your first wand, learn about potions, defense against the dark arts, and even play Quidditch! Whether you're from a family of wizards or a muggle, everyone is invited to experience the wonderful world of magic through the Harry Potter Club!
HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)D1345thStauffer30 TotalLocal, State, and National dues and interest in health care. Student must be approved by Mrs. Stauffer.HOSA is a high school and post-secondary student organization for students interested in healthcare. We exist to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students. Students attend regular meetings, local & regional competitions and participate in school and community activities. THERE WILL BE NO NEW SIGN UPS FOR HOSA 2ND SEMESTER
Key ClubF2176thWest/Baus-Herbin25Members must have paid $12 dues and done required volunteer hoursA student-led organization which provides members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. This is a high school branch of the Kiwanis.
KnightVisionE212D5thNelsonNoneNoneLSE KnightVision is a live broadcast & videography club where students can be a part of a broadcast and/or be behind the scenes, while learning and developing skills in broadcast, edit, and produce live stream & video content of LSE varsity athletics. We meet once a month 4th period in E212D. If you love commentating, filming, or editing or just sports in general and want a chance to develop and display your talent, please contact Mrs. Nelson in the Media Center. Come be a part of our team.
Latino CaucusF2274thMoraNoneNoneThis club supports Latino students at LSE and celebrates Latino culture. All are welcome! We will hang out and discuss Latino issues. Members will have access to tutoring, mentoring, community service support, and field trips.
Math ClubF202After School on FridaysHoldorfNoneNoneDo you like math? Either yes or no, that doesn't matter! Everyone is welcome in Math Club after school on Fridays until 5:00. We have snacks, play games, practice for math competitions (if you want to), and much more. We maintain a very casual environment where the goal is that everyone has fun. There's no obligation, so feel free to stop in whenever you'd like!
Military ClubD1294thReynoldsNoneNoneTalk about the military branches as a career option after high school and talk about life as a student with parents or other family that is currently or has previously been in the military. We will discuss the both the challenges and benefits of this lifestyle.
Native American CaucusD1288thKris RossNoneBy invitationNative American Caucus affirms the cultural heritage of Native American students by increasing knowledge and understanding of that heritage and current roles in society. Students meet to fellowship with one another, generating ways to strengthen their collective leadership and community at Southeast High School, while also practicing the skills necessary for a successful future after high school. Guest speakers are invited to share their knowledge involving college, careers, community involvement and cultural awareness. A variety of activities to help students become involved in showing their respect for their school and community are included.
Neature ClubG1122ndStudebakerNoneNoneNeature Club is a club for people who like to help their environment and make the world a greener place! We explore a variety of things, from gardening to waste management.
Prom ClubF220After SchoolAllaireNoneNoneBe apart of the dance floor by creating the theme, decor, and helping with sales for this year's prom! We will meet monthly to plan the upperclassmen's favorite dance of the year! All grades may join once you've completed and been accepted through our (short) application. Use the jumpcode O3YW to access the application.
Robotics ClubC1265thSutterfield35NoneRobotics club is for students who love to design, build, play, compete, and talk all things robotics! You will have access to some of the latest VEX robotic technology and build a robot with your new friends! This club is a low stress, fun place to hang out and mess around with robots. If you ask nicely, we can watch battle bots, too.
Science OlympiadC1125thVan WinkleNonePlease speak with club sponsor. Must be willing to attend contests.This LSE team competes at State level competitions against other top science students across the state. Students can win medals and academic letters and the top winning teams head to Nationals. Over 6000 teams nation-wide compete in areas of engineering, life, earth and physical sciences covering 23 different events. This program allows motivated science students an opportunity to develop, learn, and gain confidence and expertise in their areas of interest. This ultimately prepares you for the academic rigor of advanced placement, weighted science courses and ACT. https://live.myvrspot.com/iframe?v=ZDI1OTc0ZmFmZjJkOGZiNGYxNGY4MjA0YWQyNzk0Njc
SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Acceptance)F2233rdFrankforter/HoltNoneNoneThis group provides a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ students and their allies. The group’s goals include developing programming, offering education, and providing members with a safe social space. The club also intends to explore outreach opportunities to the LSE student body to help raise awareness of LGBT issues. If you want your voice to be heard, you want to show support for your LGBTQ peers, or you just need a place where you can be yourself, please join us.
Self-CareF2237thAnthony30NoneHigh School is a fast paced environment which is constantly moving, and if you don’t take time for yourself, you may find it overwhelming. Especially with a year of twists and turns it may have been hard to tackle. Well, the Self-Care Club may be able to help with that. This club isn’t about face masks and watching netflix which many people may associate with self care but rather it’s about helping you develop a healthy mental mindset. In every session, we will include new activities to assist you in decompressing. Even better, you’ll be able to use these techniques in your own life. It will be a safe place where you can come to catch a break from our fast-moving world while also making new connections within Southeast.
Sign Language ClubMedia Center2ndFoy and Lopez BettendorfNoneNoneWould you like to learn a new language? Sign Language Club is the perfect place for you! In our club, we will learn a new way of communicating using our hands.
Star Wars ClubC1307thSvikNoneNoneStar Wars Club is a club where Star Wars fans can share their love for the complete saga.
Strategy Card ClubF202After school FridaysHoldorfNoneNoneStrategy Card Club is a fun, laid-back, and no-extra-thought-necessary club. Come with your decks of card games and play for 40 minutes. The games usually played Magic: The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon and Uno. This is Strategy Cards - No Video Games please!
Treble Acapella GroupM111Tuesdays after schoolHerringer/HuebnerNoneNoneTreble Acapella Singing Group
Young DemocratsF2102ndSegristNoneNoneWould you like to grow your political awareness? Do you like engaging in informed discussion? Would you like to better understand the political perspectives of your peers? If so, join Young Democrats! The club is a place for growing one's awareness of our current national and international climate, as well as engaging in lively political conversations.
Young RepublicansD1348thSchlemmerNoneNoneWe are young leaders across America putting conservative principles into action. We are the future of the Republican Party and we are working to keep the American Dream alive by recruiting new young conservatives, training future leaders and electing Republican candidates.
Young LifeSouth Gym2ndSteve Doskey/Chris RajalaNoneNoneCome experience fun, friends and faith at Young Life club.
Young Life CapernaumCommons3rdSteve Doskey/Chris RajalaNoneNoneYoung Life student leadership is an opportunity for students to explore and grow in faith, leadership, and serving. We will be able to do so with our friends that have disabilities.
Knight YogaUpper Prasch4thWilcox20Members must bring a new pair of socks!Come learn yoga! Learn the history, philosophy, basic concepts, health benefits, and postures of yoga. It is a chance to slow down reduce stress and increase your flexibility and strength.