Informational meetings will be held the week of January 15 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 beginning January 15. Study Club will open on Monday, January 8 so students can be registered for Wednesday, January 10. There are no refunds – please make sure the club you register for is one you want to attend and works with your schedule.

Enrichment Courses

  • ECs are semester based, meaning your registration is good through each semester. Registration for S2 will open up in early January at which point you can decide to join the same EC, try a new one, or stop at that time. If you do not sign up for anything now, you can join for S2 when that registration opens.
  • 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 is only Study Club 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.

Club Listings

When & Where: Tuesdays on the Field from 3:15-4:15pm
Cost: $375/semester
Description: Only 15 spots available for Prep students – first come, first serve! The American Archery Academy offers professional archery instruction and specializes in youth programming. Their team of certified coaches, including former national champions and Olympians, have decades of instructional experience. They offer unparalleled coaching quality in a safe, fun, and friendly environment for students to learn the wonderful sport of Olympic archery!
Club dates are as follows:

  • START on Tuesday, January 23
  • January 30
  • Feb 6
  • Feb 13
  • Feb 20
  • Feb 27
  • March 5
  • March 19
  • March 26
  • April 2
  • April 9
  • April 16
  • April 23
  • April 30

Art – Tessellations
When & Where: Tuesdays in Room 310 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $200/Semester
Description: Ever wanted to make one of those BIG art pieces you see in the hallways made of a grid of panels? Now you can! The Tessellations were once reserved as a project for 12th Grade Students, but now it will be open to any prep student! Join us and learn to use dry chalk pastels in a collaborative setting and be part of a larger image making process. This course will culminate in the completion of at least one full Tessellation, which will be adorned on a wall in one of the LPA hallways to be appreciated by all!
Lead Name: Mr. Poudrier –   

Advanced Band
When & Where: Mondays and Thursdays in Room 311 from 3:20-4:20pm
Cost: $150/semester
Description: Advanced Band is a platform for students to continuing learning a wind instrument and perform in a large ensemble. The ensemble learns original and transcribed literature from the art music repertoire. Band students hone their musical abilities on wind instruments, which include the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and tuba. Students learn a plethora of tangible and intangible abilities such as proper breath control, body posture, group work, how to balance, tuning, fine motor skills, and eye hand coordination. The Advanced Band will perform on the Fall Evening of Fine Arts concert on May 8, 2024. In addition, they will perform the National Anthem at select Varsity home games throughout the school year.
Lead: Dr. Rodriguez –

Beginning Band
When & Where: Tuesdays & Fridays in Room 311 from 3:20-4pm
Cost : $150/semester
Description: Beginning Band is a platform for students to learn a wind instrument and perform in a large ensemble. The ensemble learns original and transcribed literature from the art music repertoire. Beginning Band students hone their musical abilities on wind instruments, which include the flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and tuba. Students learn a plethora of tangible and intangible abilities such as proper breath control, body posture, group work, how to balance, tuning, fine motor skills, and eye hand coordination. The Beginning Band will perform the National Anthem at select Varsity home games.
Lead: Dr. Rodriguez –

When & Where: Mondays in Room 310 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $100.00/Semester
Description: The Chess Enrichment Course will focus on building familiarity with and excellence while playing and observing chess. Students will learn and practice chess strategies including fundamentals, openings, recognizing patterns, how to make the best moves, and endgame strategy. Emphasis is also placed on etiquette and sportsmanship. Furthermore, chess encourages thinking from the perspective of others, which is an invaluable social skill. This course will culminate with a campus-wide Spring tournament. High School Chess can be found in Athletics as it’s now AIA-sanctioned as a competitive sport for the Fall Season.
Lead: Mr. Poudrier –

When & Where: Tuesdays & Fridays in Room 310 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $175.00/Semester
Description: Come join our new enrichment choir! Open to all students in 8th-12th grade. Whether you are an incoming freshman, or a current or former choir student–doesn’t matter. This is here to give anyone and everyone a chance to be a part of some fantastic music-making! Hope to see you there!
Lead: Mr. Trent Rasmussen –

Film Club (Cancelled – check back in August!)
When & Where: Thursdays and Fridays in Room 414 from 3:30-5pm
Cost: $100.00/Semester
Description: Join Mr. Mount and Mr. Tope to learn about specific film genres and histories, discuss the fundamentals of storytelling in an audio-visual medium, analyze scenes, get the basics of film direction and scriptwriting, and watch a lot of awesome movies.
Lead Name: Mr. Mount – & Mr. Tope –

Latin Champions Club
When & Where: Thursday in Room 406 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Description: Volo magis Latinam! Latina est facilis! If you have thought either of these, then our new Latin Champions Club (LCC) is the place for you. Have you ever done Latin for fun during Lyceums? Do you want to test your Latin knowledge against the best at your level in Arizona and the USA? Are you good at Latin and simply want to make your college resume look awesome? Then this is the club for you. Once a week, this will be a great place to hone your language skills, comradery, and competitive edge as you practice and learn Latin with fellow enthusiasts. Take on other schools and Latin scholars in Arizona and the nation. We will take several state and national Exams, including but not limited to the National Latin Exam. The club runs for the whole semester, but if you are unable to stay with us due to sports or other clubs, fret not. Magister Mosesian would rather have you rock the Latin club as much as you can than not all. Carpe Latinam.
Lead Name: Magister Mosesian –

Korean Language Club
When & Where: Fridays in Room 412 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 –

Mock Trial
When & Where: Tuesdays in Room 405 from 3:15-4:15pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Description: In Mock Trial, you will experience what it is like to be the lawyer taking a case to trial in court! You will learn basic principles of the American legal system and how to use those principles in a trial. You will improve your reasoning and public speaking skills. If you work hard and commit yourself to doing an excellent job, you will also have a lot of fun! All participants will act as a lawyer in a mock (simulated) trial, and high school students will have the opportunity to  compete in an interscholastic mock trial against students from other schools.
Lead: Mr. Gove –

Musical Theatre
When & Where: Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:45pm and Wednesdays from 12:45-2:45pm on the Stage
Cost: $200/Semester
Description: Come and join us for the spring production of Roger and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music. Be a part of making this classic story come alive on Lincoln’s Campus. Looking for actors/singers and stagehands willing to bring their creativity and commitment to bear in making this production a success. All skill levels/experiences welcome. Auditions will be held in the first weeks back in Q3. Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon. Come hear the hills come alive with The Sound of Music!
Rehearsals: Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:45pm and Wednesdays from 12:45-3:05pm on the Stage
Performances: May 2, 3, and 4, 2024 at 7pm in addition to a matinee at 2:30pm on Saturday
Leads: Ms. Rasmussen –, Mr. Schmidt –, & Ms. Williams –

When & Where: Mondays in Room 404 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $250/Semester
Description: The first several months are spent in collaboration with other group members in designing, prototyping, building, testing, revising, and writing code to control a robot to perform tasks. We aim to have Middle School and High School sessions. The club’s objective is to provide students with resources to develop understanding of the coding, engineering, and social aspects of Robotics. During club hours students will be engaged in 3D designing, circuit building and block coding using online platforms like TinkerCAD — an online platform for 3D design, circuits, and coding, VRcode Vex– an online simulation targeted to provide beginner experience in block coding and AndroidStudio, Onshape– online CAD and programming program. This semester our high school students will focus on the engineering side of the robot by physically putting together a robot. The middle school students will focus on learning and developing skills to design and code a robot.
Leads: Mr. Acharya – & Ms. Kentjana –

Speech & Debate
When & Where: Thursdays in Room 407 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $175/Semester
Description: The Speech and Debate Enrichment Course aims to train students in the technical aspects and skills needed to formulate and defend a position in conversation through one on one debate. Students will gain familiarity with the timing and preparation needed for debates in a standard Lincoln-Douglas format. They will construct arguments for both the affirmative and negative side of the debate topic, then practice speaking and discussion skills by debating each other. Each semester will have a specific focus of topic as to help students focus their efforts and discussions. The course will be led by Mr. Quenneville.
Lead: Mr. Quenneville –

Strategic Games
When & Where: Tuesdays & Fridays in Room 408 from 3:30-4:30pm
Cost: $100/Semester
Description: The Strategic Games Club is a leisurely approach to complicated questions such as “how do I manage an economy of workers?” or “are their other ways to win besides conquest?” or “how do account for randomness and still secure victory?” During sessions, we will learn how to solve the questions set in the backdrop of post-WWI Europe, spacefaring civilizations, a race to build the ancient wonders of the world, or amid a shifting political landscape while trying to coup your friends. Strategic Games meets twice a week to learn new games and gain mastery of new ones. All while learning about resource management, worker placement, building collections, and basic economics. You will have the chance to play by yourself, and on a team to vanquish foes. Games will be of a medium complexity and will require some learning and training sessions before play begins. But once the game is on, domination is only a well-placed piece, solid economy, or lucky card flip away.
Lead: Mr. Pate –

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, but students must be in the classroom by 12:45 if they are attending that day. Students will have a space to complete homework, reading, and assignments. Mrs. Watson 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: Mrs. Watson –