Over 80% of LCL students are involved in extra-curricular activities. 

No matter your interests, LCL has activities for you! We encourage you to explore and grow your God-given talents. Contact club advisors for dates and details on the club or activity of your choice, and enjoy getting involved in all facets of life at LCL!

Fishing/Ice Fishing Team

New in 2023 is LCL's Fishing Team.  The club takes outings and competes in various fishing tournaments, such as the open water WIFA-Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association Tournament and Burlington's Ice Fishing Tournament.  

Mr. Zach Bickel



Lake Country Lutheran’s Forensics Team has gone to State level competition and received gold, silver and bronze medals. Forensics involves different forms of public speaking, and there are many categories in which to participate, and lots of fun for those involved.

Advisor: TBD


FTC Robotics Team

Over the course of the school year, students are challenged to take on an engineering mindset as they design, build, and program a robot to play a floor game against other teams from around the state. The group competes as a FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team.

Mrs. Alisa Schultz

LIFT Program
The LIFT Program "Living In Faith Together" fosters leadership and mentoring skills within our student body and helps nurture the family atmosphere of LCL as the students learn to apply Scriptural principles to their lives.  It's a small group bible student with a mix of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors.  Learn more here.
Math/Science Team 

The Math/Science Team is chosen by the advisor, and work together to master skills that involve high-level math and science questions. They participate in a competition in the fall, held at Concordia University - Chicago, against other Lutheran High Schools in the Midwest. The competition is in the format of a fast-paced quiz bowl.

Mr. Chris Irish

National Honor Society

This group of highly motivated students are chosen after their sophomore year, and issued an invitation to join NHS. This invitation is based on a student’s grade point average and his or her involvement in community service. Induction into National Honor Society takes place in the Fall, and to remain active, a student must keep his or her grade point up and continue to participate in community service events.

Mr. Derek Fischer


Student Council

The Student Council at LCL plans and executes all school activities, including Spirit Week, dances, Rec. Nights, and other special events. Students are elected to the Student Council in the spring and assume their duties in the fall at the beginning of the school year. Freshmen are elected in the fall after the start of school. There are various committees that function as part of the Student Council.

Mrs. Joy Griepentrog

Mr. Mitch Hollander


Student Volunteering 

There are many opportunities to volunteer in the school and Hartland community. LCL provides students with the resources to find the best fit for them. Some classes or activities require a certain number of volunteer hours, but it also helps students round out their experience for personal growth and future applications.

LCL Craft Fair - Saturday, December 2nd
Sell raffle tickets, work concessions, set-up, take-down, etc.

Volunteer Opportunities that match your interests

Lake Country Caring in Hartland



The Yearbook staff does their work during the Yearbook class that they have elected to take. They plan the yearbook design, take photos of all school activities, organize them on the pages using a web-based yearbook computer program, and put all of the finishing touches on the school yearbook. The finished products are works of art, as well as a visible history of LCL.

Mrs. Kim Hirt

Mrs. Alisa Schultz

Class of '25, Preston

"Student Community is really awesome at LCL. I am a freshman and you get a lot of friends that are Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors! You don’t get that anywhere else, that’s special to LCL because everyone is so closely knit together."