All Extra-Curricular activities run for the entirety of the school year. Informational meetings will be held the week of August 19 to allow your student to learn more about the activity before registering. These will take place at the same time as the activity itself. You may register for all extra-curricular activities through the Payment Portal, here. Registration for the 19-20 school year began on Monday, August 19. 

The registration cost enrolls your student for the duration of the school year and cannot be refunded. No discount will be given if your student joins later in the school year.

As we grow, it is important to continue to set forth new approaches which allow for the management and safety of students while on campus. For all extra-curricular non-athletic activities, students should be picked up on the East side of the school where normal pick-up and drop-off occur at the time the extra-curricular activity ends. The Extra-Curricular Lead will stay with all students there until everyone is picked up; students should not to be picked up at the Front Office.

Siblings are not allowed to be on campus during extra-curricular activity times unless they are also registered for a Lincoln extracurricular activity or are in the Athenaeum program. Appropriate pick-up arrangements must be made for both Prep and Archway siblings if they are not participating in other activities on campus.

If you need to get a hold of your student during the time of an extra-curricular activity, please email the teacher directly. As the Front Office closes at 3:45pm, they will not be able to assist you after that time. We encourage you to schedule ahead of time if you know that you need to pick up your student early. If school is not in session or it is a half day, your child’s extra-curricular activity will not take place. Please confirm with the teacher if you have any questions.

You can view a list of offerings by day of the week here. If you have questions about what is offered, please reach out to our Extra-Curricular Coordinator, Mr. Schmidt, at jschmidt@lincolnprep.org.

Extra-Curricular Offerings for 2019-20

Amphora: Lincoln Ceramics Society, $50, room 309
Students in Amphora will discover the enduring beauty of ancient Greek pottery and Roman vases, studying them in their context of the classical world, making them at school, and imitating their designs in paint projects involving ceramics. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Harris, activity lead, at charris@lincolnprep.org.

Archery, $150
Students will enjoy learning about the bow and its history, archery equipment and competition, and practice at the local archery range. This activity will start at the beginning of the second quarter. Registration must be completed by Friday, September 27. This activity will meet Thursdays from 4:00pm-5:00pm at the Archery Range with exact dates to come from Mr. Thurau closer to the end of Q1. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Thurau, activity lead, at jthurau@lincolnprep.org.

Armstrong Society for Jazz Appreciation, $50, room 301
In the Armstrong Society, students will have the chance to survey jazz music and become acquainted with the various sub-genres of jazz, including but not limited to: blues, Dixieland, swing, bebop, hard bop, free jazz, and contemporary jazz. Members will discuss the historical and social context of jazz, as well as the greatest artists who invented, influenced, and flourished in this distinctive American musical form. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30-4:15pm. This activity will not meet if there is no school on that day of the week. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Mitchell and Mr. Kane, activity leads, at bmitchell@lincolnprep.org and nkane@lincolnprep.org.

Beginning Wind Ensemble, $50, room 311
Please have your student meet with Dr. Rodriguez before registering for wind ensemble to confirm instrument rental process. Students will enjoy practicing and performing wind instruments at a beginning level in a Wind Ensemble. This is a group for students who are new to playing instruments. This activity will meet every Tuesday and Friday from 3:20-3:50pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Rodriguez at mrodriguez@lincolnprep.org.

Choir – Middle School, $100, room 312
Students will enjoy rehearsing, singing, and performing choral music in our Lincoln Prep Middle School choir which is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Rehearsals are mandatory and participants should plan on weekly attendance. The ensemble works toward a Winter and Spring concert (information forthcoming). This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:05pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Eaton, activity lead, at seaton@lincolnprep.org.

Choir – High School, $100, room 312
Students will enjoy rehearsing, singing, and performing choral music in our Lincoln Prep Concert Choir which is open to all high school students. Rehearsals are mandatory and participants should plan on weekly attendance. The ensemble works toward a Winter and Spring concert (information forthcoming). This activity will meet every Tuesday from 3:40pm-4:25pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Eaton, activity lead, at seaton@lincolnprep.org.

Choral Accompanist Program, $25, room 312
This activity is offered to High School students with piano experience. Auditions will be held Thursday, August 22 and Thursday, August 29; a sign up sheet is posted on the door of 312. This program will feature the opportunity to work with Dr. Eaton in various capacities to learn the art of choral accompanying. All those auditioning will be a part of the program according to the level of skill proficiency addressed in the audition process. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:05pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Eaton, activity lead, at seaton@lincolnprep.org.

Community Service Team, $5, room 408
Students will coordinate and lead community service projects including the Annual Food and Shelter Drive and other activities in the East Valley. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Tope, activity lead, at etope@lincolnprep.org.

Competitive Chess, $50, room 307
Students will enjoy learning about and playing recreational chess to better understand logic and strategy. They will also have opportunities to compete in local and regional chess tournaments. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Quenneville, activity lead, at jquenneville@lincolnprep.org.

Golden Age Impresarios, $25, room 302
The Golden Age Impresarios are dedicated to the exploration of the Golden Age of Broadway through the avenue of performance. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Ms. Hourigan, activity lead, at shourigan@lincolnprep.org.

Junior Classical League, $5, room 305
Students will meet to cultivate their interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome and to impart an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity. This activity will meet every Tuesday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Nichols at wnichols@lincolnprep.org.

La Sociedad Quijote, $15
Students will have a forum for the discussion of incredibly fascinating topics related to Spanish culture, history, and society as part of the classical education for our students. This activity will meet periodically throughout the school year. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Mr. Hertzberg. Please reach out to Mr. Hertzberg at jhertzberg@lincolnprep.org with any questions.

Les Connaisseurs de Normandie, $15
Students will join Madame Gard in the evenings for the study of French culture, history, and society in this exciting extracurricular activity! This activity will meet every periodically throughout the school year. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Ms. Gard. Please reach out to Ms. Gard at dgard@lincolnprep.org with any questions.

Library Committee, $5
Students will support Mr. Villegas, our Library Liaison, as we launch various initiatives to build our Campus Library. This activity will meet periodically throughout the school year. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Mr. Villegas. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Villegas, activity lead, at rvillegas@lincolnprep.org.

Lightning Strike Force, $15, room 408
Students on the Lightning Strike Force are responsible for helping to plan and implement fun activities that boost school spirit around campus including pep rallies and advising on various components of Spirit Weeks. Students will also organize Donut Thursdays monthly in the Courtyard and the annual celebration of William Shakespeare’s birthday on April 23 each year. This activity will meet every Friday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Tope, activity lead, at etope@lincolnprep.org.

Horticultural Society, $50, breezeway
Students will have a forum for the discussion of topics related to gardening as part of the classical, liberal arts and sciences. Students and teachers alike will seek truth, beauty, and goodness in the soils around us. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Ms. Hobeheidar at shobeheidar@lincolnprep.org.

Photography Team, $25, room 310
Students on the Lincoln Prep Photography Team share a deep interest in photography as an art form and its place in documenting school extracurricular activities. The team shall take a special photography field trip to the Desert Botanical Garden and support Lincoln Prep through various photography projects. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Poudrier, activity lead, at tpoudrier@lincolnprep.org.

Math Peer Tutors
Students who serve as peer tutors assist fellow students in areas of mathematics and the humanities. This activity will meet periodically throughout the school year. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Ms. Maza. Please reach out to Ms. Maza at smaza@lincolnprep.org with any questions. There is no registration fee for this activity.

Mosaic – The Lincoln Prep Art Society, $50, room 309
Students will have a forum in Mosaic for the study and practice of art as part of a classical, liberal arts and sciences. This activity will meet every Tuesday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Harris, activity lead, at charris@lincolnprep.org.

Recreational Chess Society, $50, room 307
Students will enjoy learning about and playing recreational chess to better understand logic and strategy. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Quenneville at jquenneville@lincolnprep.org.

SAT Prep Group, $50, room 419
This activity is only for 11th grade students. To prepare our 11th graders for the PSAT in October and SAT in March we will be hosting our first SAT Prep group after school. 11th graders can expect group practice as well as individual practice on Khan academy. Consistent practice is the most effective way to raise your test score, so we hope to see you there. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Ms. Corcos, College Counselor and activity lead, at rcorcos@lincolnprep.org.

S.O.L.A.R. – Society for Outdoor Learning and Arizona Recreation, $100, room 313
Students will have a forum for the discussion of curricular topics related to outdoor learning and Arizona recreation, with various planned activities including hiking throughout the school year. This activity will meet every Tuesday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. This activity will not meet if there is no school on that day of the week. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Frumkin, activity lead, at nfrumkin@lincolnprep.org. Pick up for this activity occurs at the east doors, where normal pick up and drop off occur.

S.T.A.R.S. – Society for Telescopes, Astronomy, Rockets, and Space, $50, room 314
Students will have a forum for the discussion of topics related to astronomy as part of the classical, liberal arts and sciences. Students and teachers alike will seek truth, beauty, and goodness in the starry heavens above. This activity will meet every Friday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. De Backer, activity lead, at ldebacker@lincolnprep.org.

Science Fair Planning Committee
Students will plan and support the Lincoln Prep Science Fair on this committee. This activity will meet periodically throughout the school year, but more so in the lead up to the fair. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Ms. Nguyen. Please reach out to Ms. Nguyen at cnguyen@lincolnprep.org with any questions. There is no registration fee for this activity.

Shakespeare’s Players: Lincoln Drama Troupe, $50, room 302
Students in the Lincoln Drama Troupe promote theatre on campus and assist in Lincoln Prep’s drama performances in Honors Drama I and Honors Drama II. This opportunity allows students who are in all grades the opportunity to perform Shakespeare on stage, work as technicians on the backstage, support major events, and attend a performance of a Shakespeare play locally in Chandler. This activity will meet every Friday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Hillquist, activity lead, at ahillquist@lincolnprep.org.

Social Activity Committee, $5
Students will support the planning and organization of major Lincoln Prep dances including (but not limited to) the Homecoming Dance in the fall, the annual Middle School dance in the winter, and the High School Blue and Gold Classic in the spring. This activity will meet periodically throughout the school year, but more so in the lead up to the fair. Exact dates and times will be announced to enrolled students from Ms. Nguyen. Please reach out to Ms. Nguyen at cnguyen@lincolnprep.org with any questions.

Southwest Regional Authors Society, $25, room 410
Students will enjoy learning about our local region in Arizona by reading regional authors, historians, classic artists, and poets writing about or in the Southwest through this exciting new extracurricular activity. This activity will meet every Friday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Green, activity lead, at igreen@lincolnprep.org.

Strategoi, $15, room 302
Students will enjoy learning about and playing the boardgame Axis and Allies to have fun and better understand strategy. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:20pm-4:05pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Hodge, activity lead, at jhodge@lincolnprep.org.

Swing Team, $50, room 314
Please speak to Mr. Ashton before registering for this activity. Students will need to find a partner and complete an audition to show Mr. Ashton their level of dance skill. Students will then build upon their advanced activities in the Swing Dance Society on the swing dance team, which culminates to a performance during the school day. IF YOUR STUDENT IS NEW TO SWING TEAM, there will be an additional cost for the appropriate shoes. Mr. Ashton will have more details about this once the team is underway. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Ashton, activity lead, at bashton@lincolnprep.org.

Vergil Society, $15, room 305
Students in our high school will gather in the Lincoln Campus Library to read and discuss the masterpieces of Vergil (in translation) in seminar, as well as other classics from the across the Great Hearts curriculum. This activity will meet every Thursday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Mr. Nichols, activity lead, at wnichols@lincolnprep.org.

Wind Ensemble, $50, room 311
Please have your student meet with Dr. Rodriguez before registering. Students will enjoy practicing and performing wind instruments at an advanced level in a Wind Ensemble. This is a group for students who know how to play instruments. This activity will meet every Monday and Thursday from 3:20pm-4:20pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Dr. Rodriguez at mrodriguez@lincolnprep.org.

Writer’s Workshop, $25, room 316
Students will have a forum for the enjoyment, support, and cultivation of writing, including opportunities for creative writing. This activity will meet every Monday from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Ms. Rudd, activity lead, at krudd@lincolnprep.org.

Yearbook, $25, room 409
Students in the Yearbook extra-curricular will help with taking photos of all the LPA events this year. This activity will meet as needed on Tuesdays from 3:30pm-4:15pm. For updates, contacting students during activity, or specifics, please reach out to Ms. Tomassaon, Yearbook Coordinator, at btomasson@lincolnprep.org.