• Campus Ministry

     

     

    Forensics

     

    Puzzles

     

    International Club

     

    Literary Club

     

    Ski Club

  • Lourdes Academy Clubs & Organizations

     

    Middle School 

    Campus Ministry: All students are welcome to join the Campus Ministry program.  Students will participate in service projects and outreach to our own community.

    Advisor: Emily Boyce 

     

    Forensics: Forensics promotes self-confidence and helps improve speaking ability.  Students are judged based on eye contact, voice, volume, pitch and pace. Students who participate become part of a team which competes against other middle schools. Individual or group categories include group interpretation, playacting, demonstration speech, storytelling, prose, poetry, and solo acting. Students meet during lunch hour and after school.

    Advisor: Kathy Horejs

     

     Math Bowl: Math Bowl is a yearly math competition. Students may try out for Math Bowl by taking a test.  The top students will continue on and compete against other schools in the area.  Students practice during lunch hour.  

    Advisor: Alissa Schade 

     

    National Junior Honor Society: Students are selected to this prestigious organization by applying and submitting grades. A committee of teachers then selects members based on character, leadership, service, and academic accomplishment.

    Advisor: Anne Coleman

     

     

    High School

    Campus Ministry: Help bring the Catholic faith alive!  Lead retreats, plan masses, coordinate service projects, . . . be the hands and feet of Christ in our school and our community.  The campus ministry team works together to create a school in which Christ is emphasized in all we do.

    Advisor:  Emily Boyce 

      

    Forensics: Improve your public speaking by joining forensics.  Team members present as individuals or groups.  Interpret poetry, give a speech or play act.  The season begins in November and runs through April.

    Advisor:  Linda Kaelin

     

    International Club: The purpose of the International Club is to strengthen friendships between Lourdes Academy students and international students, and to create an awareness and understanding of other cultures. Activities are the annual trip to the Milwaukee Folk Fair, a Christmas celebration and travel opportunities to Europe. International Club meets every Friday at lunch in Room 206.

    Advisor: Sue Dolan and Linda Kaelin

     

    Literary Club: Students from all grade levels who love books are welcome to be a part of the Lourdes Academy Literary Club. Each month members choose a book to read on their own time and then meet the following month to discuss the book. The meetings are informally held in Mrs. Pollack's room during lunch. Members discuss favorite characters and passages and any other memorable parts from the book. Book picks vary from classics to modern fiction and range from young adult to adult level readings. Students are welcome to join any of the meetings throughout the year and are encouraged to try reading genres that they normally would not. This is a relaxed and fun club for all students.

     

    "Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers." ~Charles W. Eliot

    Advisor: Jennifer Pollack

     

    Math Club : How do our most intuitive mathematics students compare to other math students throughout the country as well as internationally?  This club provides students with the opportunity to compete nationally with other students across the world.  There will be six total contests held during an extended lunch period from October through March.  Students must participate in at least 4 contests to be considered a member of the Lourdes Academy Math Competition Team.  All students are encouraged to join!  Contact Mr. Dineen or Mr. Heiser for more details. 

    Advisors: Don Dineen and Dan Heiser

      

    Ski Club: This club is run by Coach Moore and is open to all students who enjoy skiing or snowboarding.  Beginners are welcome! Club members travel by bus on weekends to various ski hills in Wisconsin.  Students and their parents are responsible for the cost of these trips.

    Advisor: Tim Moore

     

     

    Student Council: Lourdes Academy Student Council is a student leadership body responsible for organizing events, activities and fundraising for the students. The council meets twice monthly to discuss school events and policies.  Representatives from each class include a class president, student council representative, activities coordinator and fundraiser. Each class has a faculty moderator along with a LSC moderator.  It is the Council's goal to promote the welfare of the school and participation in school organizations and activities.

     

    Advisor: Steve Weber