School Clubs



  • Purpose: Build a better school community, meet new people, skill building and have fun.
  • Who: 9th to 12th grade students
  • How to join? Come to the meeting!
  • When: Monday at High School Lunch
  • Adviser: Sam Escalante and Lauren Turner

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB (Lincoln County Schools)

  • Purpose: The Lincoln City School’s Rubik’s Cube Club is entering its second (official) year of learning and competitions.  The goal of our club is to motivate students to persevere in problem solving while participating in a community of like minded students.
  • Who: 3rd to 12th grade students
  • How to join?
  • Email, talk to an adviser, or fill out a registration form on the website, then return to the school
  • When:
    • Book Solvers –
      • November 26, December 17, January 28, February 25, March 31, April 28
      • Book Solvers meet at Taft Elementary in Mrs. Freschi’s room from 3:15 to 4:30
    • Competition Solvers –
      • December 3, January 14, February 4, March 3, April 7, May 12
      • Competition Solvers meet at Taft 7-12 in the Community Room from 3:30 to 5:00
  • Website
  • Adviser: Bryan Freschi and Ashley Freschi


  • Purpose: To bring awareness to Native American Life and promote relationship growth among each other.
    We focus on ways to support by keeping our families, peers, school and community in mind.
  • Who: 7th to 12th Grade
    • Taft Elem 3-6 grades has NSA meets on Tuesdays from 2-250
    • Oceanlake K-2 grades has NSA meets on Thursdays 1:40-2:30
  • How to join? Come to a meeting!
  • When: Monday during MS and HS lunch.
  • Adviser: Desi Clausing


  • Purpose: Speech and Debate activities are challenging, competitive in nature, and require regular practice, coaching, dedication, and hard work.
  • Who: 9th to 12th grade students.
  • How to join? Come to a meeting!
  • When: Monday during HS Lunch in Room 219
  • Website: Click here
  • Adviser: Nicole Le Sage

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

  • Purpose: GSA is a place where students on the genders and sexuality spectrum, and their allies, can come together to build community, organize around issues that impact LGBTQ+ people, and support one another.
  • Who: 9th to 12th grade students who support LGBTQ+ people.
  • How to join? Come to a meeting!
  • When: Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch in Ms. Snelling’s room
  • Adviser: Karissa Snelling

Long Board Club (LBC)

  • Purpose: Middle Schoolers enjoying a social time together at lunch.
  • Who: Middle School Students.
  • How to join? Talk to Miss Geerdes!
  • When: Friday at Middle School Lunch, drop your board off in the morning with Miss Geerdes.
  • Adviser: Kelly Geerdes