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Student Life

Middle/High School

LVMS & LVHS ASB organizes student activities, represents student issues to the School Administration, and advocates achievement in both academics and extra-curricular life at our school. ASB is the group who organizes social events on campus, such as Rec Nights, Homecoming, Pep Rallies, Assemblies, Prom, Student Trips, and Grad Night. ASB also recognizes students for hard work and achievement through awards & prizes.
Participation in ASB requires an afterschool commitment for infrequent events and meetings. No travel outside of the district is necessary.
  • Middle School Advisors: Cyndie McDonough
  • High School Advisor: Kimberly Evans

Join the tradition, join the team! Lucerne Valley Middle / High School is looking for a few good student-athletes who are interested in training up and competing against schools in exhibition and league matches. We offer the following sports:
Season Mustangs Sports Offered Colts Sports Offered
Fall Season
Cross Country
Flag Football
Winter Season
Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball
Boys Soccer
Girls Soccer
Spring Season
Track & Field
Boys Basketball
Girls Basketball

Athletics requires an afterschool commitment (including school breaks), with practice sessions required for competition, and participation in exhibition and season events. Transportation may require parent pick-up or drop-off for certain events/sports. More information can be found at our school MaxPreps website.

The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Much more than just showing up at the County Fair, FFA prepares students with a solid background in biology, business, and civics utilizing the latest in technology, representatives from both community and industry, and rewards hard work and ingenuity.

FFA classes take place entirely during the school day. Becoming an FFA Officer, participating in projects or attending FFA events may require an afterschool commitment (including school breaks). Transportation may require parent pick-up or drop-off for certain events.
  • FFA Advisor: Troy VanBavel

Get a leg up on college and the real world: ROP Classes are being offered at Lucerne Valley High School for students 16 years of age and older to gain real-world skills. ROP Classes aren’t just electives; attendance in ROP can also count for college credit (where applicable) as well as a certificate that gives you a leg up in job applications after High School.
  • ROP Administrator: Nancy Spillman

Every school year, the 8th Grade History class organizes a student trip to Washington, D.C. to visit with representatives and aides of our elected officials in Federal Government Offices, the U.S. Capital Building, the Smithsonian Museum and other features around the National Mall.

Participation in the Washington, D.C. Trip requires fundraising throughout the year, and afterschool participation at various events. The trip is 3-5 days long and is usually scheduled during Spring Break or early Summer Break. Parents will be required to pick-up/drop-off their student at the airport for departure from & arrival back to California.
  • History Teacher: Naomi Oyadomari

Help us to assemble the annual Lucerne Valley High School yearbook! We need talented, creative and skilled students to make sure the last book you open this year is the best it can possibly be.
  • Yearbook Teacher: Kelli Papiernik

Welcome to the Drama Club! We’re looking for students from Grades 2-6 who want to put on a show. There is no cost to join. Your child just needs to bring a great attitude and be willing to work hard and try something that’s outside of their comfort zone. School Plays are scheduled throughout the year, with musical performances and costumes/set designs. Performances are at the LVES Goulding Hall multipurpose room.

LVES Drama Club requires an afterschool commitment: your child must be picked up from school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. No travel outside of the district is necessary.
  • Coordinators: Liuchoy Hirschhorn and Kay Hall

Destination Imagination (DI) is a non-profit, volunteer-led, cause-driven organization. Our purpose is to inspire and equip students to become the next generation of innovators and leaders. Annually, we offer seven new standards-based Challenges in STEM, Improv, Visual Arts, Service Learning, and Early Learning. Each Challenge is open-ended and enables student teams to learn and experience the creative process from imagination to innovation. Academic tournaments take place around the world where teams have the opportunity to present their solutions to trained appraisers. Students have fun and gain confidence in their ability to solve any challenge. In working to solve our Challenges, teams learn 21st century skills (creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, communication, citizenship and courage) to build on their unique strengths.

Destination Imagination requires an afterschool commitment: your child must be picked up one day a week from school. DI will require occasional participation in competitions outside of Lucerne Valley.
  • Coordinators: Liuchoy Hirschhorn and Kay Hall