Air and Space Club  - The Air and Space Club  encourages and promotes an interest in the scientific and historical importance of astronomy, aviation and meteorology.
Contact: Michael Martin

National Art Honor Society
– Members share an interest in the visual arts and have already taken an art class to join.  An application is required for membership.  Dues are $8.00.
Contact: Ingrid Chase or Richard Moon

Botetourt Buddies – To encourage high school students to develop a meaningful relationship with mentally and physically challenged classmates. This club meets twice a month; once for an all day field trip and once for a 2nd block activity. Teacher and Parent approval is required.
Contact: Cheryl Shockley

Breaking the Silence with YOVASO - To promote prevention initiatives and conduct various activities that serve the mission of ending stigma and destructive behaviors associated with mental health. Our goal is to help reduce the incidence of substance abuse, self-harm, isolation, bullying, and suicide as well as other destructive behaviors in teens and young adults. We want to spread the message of prevention and support the school community in becoming more aware of their own mental health, encouraging peer support, learning the availability of helpful resources, and spreading the message that no student is alone in any struggle.
Contact: Ashley Hatcher

Cavs Read Book Club – Meets after school to discuss books that the group has read and enjoyed.  The club also reads common books and enjoys discussing those at meetings.
Contact: Kendel Lively

Coding Club - Meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45pm to 5:00pm in Room 122.
Contact: Kurtis Kennedy

DECA – Is for all students enrolled in marketing classes.  Members participate in activities that continue to connect them to business and leadership opportunities.
Contact: Elizabeth Mauck

Drama Club – Activities relating to Theater/Drama.

Environmental Club  - The purposes of the club are to promote interest and engagement in environmental science news and issues such as conservation, restoration, and citizen science. Increase science literacy and awareness by youth, understanding science’s relevance & utility.  Explore career options.  Increase student participation in science activities outside the classroom, such as the Envirothon.
Contact: Jodie Caldwell, Grace Parker

FBLA – Promotes leadership and prepares students for careers in business and business related fields.  The organization is open to all students enrolled in a business class.
Contact: Jon Cook,

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) – Is the largest Christian organization in the US serving students, coaches, and community.  Club meetings include guest speakers, times of worship, prayer and Bible study.
Contact: Irma Stritesky

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) – Is a state and national organization.  Members develop leadership skills through fun and exciting service projects, participating in competitions, and traveling to conferences.
Contact:  Jane Reynolds

French Club – A cultural group for French language students.  Activities are planned to enhance conversation in French and cultural experiences through activities and trips.
Contact:  Laura Scott

Friends of Rachel Club – The FOR club is for students that are dedicated to making LBHS a safe and positive environment.  The club focus is to spread positive thinking through random acts of kindness and compassion for others.
Contact: Julie Burton

Future Farmers of America (FFA) – Is a national organization. Club activities include competitions, leadership activities, field trips, and award opportunities.  Students must be enrolled in agriculture or small engine repair courses.
Contact: Stuart Byrd

Future Healthcare Professionals (FHP)Is for all students who want to increase their awareness and knowledge of medical careers. There will be several service projects that support medical charities.
Contact: Tracey Driscoll

Gay Straight Student Alliance (GSA) - The GSA will provide a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia.
Contact: Katie Forbish

Help Save the Next Girl -  Help Save the Next Girl is a national non-profit organization formed to inform young women to predatory danger.  This club will promote personal safety and awareness of potentially dangerous situations.
Contact: Rachel Wilmouth

International Club –Members interact with international families in the area. Activities include service learning with ELL students, guest speakers, field trips, and gatherings in multicultural settings.
Contact: Melissa Amos

Key Club – Members perform acts of service in the community. They learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.
Contact: Candace Underwood

National Honor Society (NHS) – Honorary organization based on academic achievement, character, service & leadership. Students in grades 10-12 are invited to be inducted as a member based on GPA and must have a minimum of 10 hours of service and leadership. Invitations to apply are given in January and induction is in late spring. 
Contact:  Susan Eversole or Emily Muterspaugh  

Student Council Association (SCA) – The SCA is responsible for the Homecoming Court and overall leadership within the school community.
Contact: Eric Rader

Spanish Club – Club activities include guest speakers, Spanish conversations, events in the community, authentic snacks and opportunities to volunteer in the Hispanic community.
Contact: Melissa Amos

Youth of VA Speak Out (YOVASO) – Actively promotes traffic safety among teens and good decision making.  Outreach events include the “Save Your Tailgate Party” and several other fun campaigns throughout the year.
Contact: Ashley Hatcher

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