ECs & Registration for S2 start on January 9!

Informational meetings are held the first week activities are open to allow your student to learn more about the activity before registering. These will take place at the same time as the activity itself. Registration takes place in the Payment Portal.  

Enrichment Courses:

  • ECs are semester based, meaning your registration from first semester does not automatically roll over. Registration for S2 opens the first week of January and is good through May. You can decide to join the same EC, try a new one, or stop.
  • All ECs have a capacity and once it has been met, we will close registration for the semester.
  • The registration cost enrolls your student for the semester and cannot be refunded. No discount will be given if your student joins late or decides to leave early.
  • 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 EC Lead will stay with all students there until everyone is picked up; students should not be picked up at the Front Office. All students must be picked up within 10 minutes of the end time.
  • Your student must be registered to attend after the first week.
  • Please reach out to the EC Lead if you need to get a hold of your student during the course. As the Front Office closes at 3:45pm, only the EC Lead will be able to assist you. Please schedule ahead of time if you know you need to pick up your student early.
  • If school is not in session or it is a half day, there will not be any ECs. There are no ECs on Wednesdays to allow for faculty meetings and professional development.


  • Siblings are not allowed to be on campus while waiting for another sibling who is attending an EC unless they are also registered to be somewhere on campus during that time.
  • Appropriate pick-up arrangements must be made for siblings if they are not participating in other activities on campus.



Advanced Band (formerly Wind Ensemble)
When & Where: Mondays and Thursdays in Room 311 from 3:20-4:20pm
Cost: $150/semester
Lead: Dr. Rodriguez –

Beginning Band (formerly Wind Ensemble)
When & Where: Tuesdays & Fridays in Room 311 from 3:20-3:50pm
Cost : $150/semester
Lead: Dr. Rodriguez –

When & Where: Tuesdays in Room 310 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $100.00/Semester
Lead: Mr. Trevor Poudrier –

Mock Trial
When & Where: Fridays in Room 305 from 3:15-4:10pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Lead: Mr. Gove –

Musical Theatre
When & Where: Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays on the Stage from 3:15-4:30pm
Cost: $200/Semester
Description: Lincoln Prep Musical Theatre is back this spring with a new musical! Next semester’s show and performance dates will be announced soon, so keep an eye out for more information. This course is open to all students grades 6-12. No previous acting or theatre tech experience required – this is a great opportunity to learn these skills! Looking for actors, singers, dancers, AND stage crew to bring these stories to life on stage. If you love to perform, design sets and props, paint and build things, stage manage, or meet amazing people, this is the place for you!
Auditions: January 5, 6, and 9 (Thursday, Friday, and Monday)
Rehearsals: Mon / Thurs/ Fri 3:15 – 4:30 PM (Stage crew will not be required at every rehearsal)
Performance Dates: Coming Soon!
Lead: Ms. Rasmussen – & Mr. Schmidt –

When & Where: Fridays in Room 404 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $250/Semester
Lead: Mr. Farley – & Mr. Acharya –

When & Where: Tuesdays & Thursdays in Room 309 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $250/Semester
Lead: Mr. Harris –  

Speech & Debate
When & Where: Mondays and Thursdays in Room 407 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Lead: Mr. Quenneville –

Study Club
When & Where: Wednesdays in Room 310 from 12:45-3:05pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Description: By registering your student for the semester, they are able to come as needed to Study Club on Wednesdays. Students will have a space to complete homework, reading, and assignments. Ms. Pham will be there to monitor students in this quiet space and help as she is able with homework questions. Students must come with work to do.
Lead: Mr. Quenneville –

World Languages – Korean
When & Where: Mondays in Room 314 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Description: Korean Language Program: The beginner Korean will introduce Hangul (Korean alphabets) and provided students with a foundation of Korean language skills in all the areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn to communicate on various daily topics such as greetings, family, location, food, daily activities, and neighborhood. Korean is an increasingly important language on the world stage because of South Korea’s powerful economy and growing presence in Asian art culture. A significant population of Korean in Brazil, Canada, Japan, Russia, and the former USSR, as well as the United States, also count Korean as their heritage language, and some 75 million people worldwide speak Korean. Learning Korean enriches students to prepare for their future because knowing another language and appreciating other cultures are skills that last a lifetime.
Lead Name: Ms. Yu –