The Long Reach Bakers use the exploration of baking techniques and recipes to better skills, increase attention to detail, work on process building, and just have fun with yummy treats.
Targeting African-American males in grades 9 - 12, the Alpha Achievers Program is a youth centered educational program jointly supported by Howard County Public Schools, the Alpha Foundation of Howard County and the Kappa Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. Operating in all twelve Howard County high schools, the program fosters a positive learning environment that encourages academic excellence and leadership development.
Our club is interested in the welfare of all animals, including rescue and laws regarding animals.
Provide space for Asian American students and those interested in AA culture to connect
The Mission of the Black Student Union Club is to ensure a viable resource to African American students and to others interested, to their parents and to the community. Our goal is to educate students about the African American culture and historical accomplishments through learning, acknowledging, and respecting those of the past. We promote a positive, nurturing, and safe environment to enrich all students so that the can be college and career ready upon graduation. We strive to motivate and enrich all by providing opportunities that promote excellence through diversity.
Meetings: TBD, BI-WEEKLY
Sponsor: Ms. Toronto - Allyson_toronto@hcpss.org
In order to build community and logical reasoning as well as to have fun through Chess or traditional board games. Twice monthly meetings after school to play and monthly chess tournaments with other HCPSS schools.
Book Club is a great place for readers to come together and talk about great books! We meet every other Thursday in room 206 with Ms. Mattos. For more information, visit our Canvas homepage.
*You must be a member of the group in order to see the homepage. Please contact Ms. Mattos if you would like to join either through email: Rachel_Mattos@hcpss.org, or send a Canvas inbox message.
Meetings: Every Other Wednesday
We reaise money and schedule events for the Class of '24.
Looking for enthusiastic students to support the Class of '25 with graduation and other activities
Using various props and movement the LRHS Color Guard adds to the marching band spirit during games and Long Reach events.
This club is a dedicated time and space for all creative writers of Long Reach.
weekly writing prompts, free writing time, monthly discussions of tropes, and writing lessons; two work showcases a year
We gather and crochet together!
Learn to crochet, or bring your advanced skills and have fun with others chillin' after school!
If you would like to explore your creative potential using computer imaging and design programs as an artist’s tool to convert ideas and information into successful designs, then join the Digital Arts Club!
For anyone interested in playing this role playing game with other fans. Dungeons & Dragons is a table-top role-playing game (TTRPG) that brings adventure to life in an engaging, imaginative way. The game-master (GM) brings an outline of a story to the group, but it is the players themselves that create the story together at the table. Whether veteran player or beginner, all are welcome to join in the existing campaign or branch off and start a second (or third or fourth) gaming group.
The Long Reach High School Environmental Club works to expose students and the community to a sense of environmental stewardship while giving them an increased awareness and appreciation of the multi-faceted impacts of human interactions with the natural world. Campus clean-ups, native plant garden, environmental education and service.
Talk to Mr. Jacobs (Room 252) to learn how you can get involved with improving recycling, water and energy conservation efforts, ecological improvements at school, staff and student environmental awareness, and so much more!
Meetings: Every Friday in room 209
We create fun, presentable filmmaking projects and work together to improve skills in acting, camera work, video editing, directing, and storyboarding.
The purpose of the Long Reach French club is to teach students about French culture, enjoy French food, and gain an appreciate for the French language.
FBLA is the premier organization for students preparing for careers in business and the largest student business organization in the world with a quarter of a million members. FBLA prepares students for "real-world" professional experiences. Members gain the competitive edge for college and career success.
Delta Epsilon Phi (ΔΕΦ) National Honor Society for High School Students of German recognizes the outstanding academic achievement of learners of German.
The Health and Wellness Fitness Club is a wonderful opportunity for students and staff. The club focuses on Weekly Meal Plans, Cardiovascular Fitness, Muscular Strength, and Endurance. The Health and Wellness Club meets two to three days after school on the track, weather permitting, or in the weight room if the weather is inclement. Students in Grades 9-12 who are interested in getting in shape or staying in shape, please join. For more information, please contact Ms. Carter @Teyarnte_carter@hcpss.org
Rehearse improv games and perform
Performed at Coffee House, Long Reach Has Talent, etc.
The International Thespian Society is an Honors Society that recognizes theatrical contributions to Long Reach High School. It is open to all members who have earned points by participating in theatre productions inside and outside of school.
The Lightning Leaders is a group of students nominated by staff, self or other students who serve Long Reach High School as school ambassadors. They act as "buddies" to newly enrolled students, showing them around for the first few days, eating lunch with them and in general acclimating them to their new school. Lightning Leaders serve as guides and ushers for functions such as “Back-to-School Night”, eighth grade orientation, awards assemblies, and graduation. Lightning Leaders are chosen on the basis of their character and a strong desire to serve the school and community.
Meetings: Every Tuesday
Our club encourages students at Long Reach to initiate and grow in a relationship with God through salvation in Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Students will have the opportunity to help each other learn, solve problems, and complete projects related to computer programming and coding.
We support performances and other events in the LRHS auditorium. Students learn how to set up and work the sound and light system in our auditorium. Club for students who have an interest in theatre.
The math team meets every Wednesday to discuss and practice problem solving techniques in a competitive setting. We have 8 competitions each year where we meet with all other high schools in the county. These competitions are very fun and you also get to eat milk and cookies. If you would like to join, please see Mr. Smith in Portable 2. Everyone is welcome.
The MESA program aims to provide an accessible, inclusive, and nurturing environment for all club members regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic status. Our purpose is to nurture student interest in STEM and increase the number of engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and related professionals at technical and management levels, and
encourage and assist minorities and females in achieving success in these fields.
Understanding laws and courts is an essential part of our democracy, and it’s important for every young person to have basic knowledge of these concepts. Participation in MOCK TRIAL helps students better understand democracy, appreciate the rule of law, and realize the significance of their role as a citizen.
We were County champs and went to districts in Annapolis our 1st year last year!
Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy and the United Nations agenda.
Our purpose is to empower the women both in and out of Long Reach and shine lights on the issues that women face today. We strive to make school a comfortable place for everyone to express themselves freely.
A student organization that brings Muslim students together, helps raise awareness about Islam, and creates bonds with other students and organizations in our school and others around the county.
National Honor Society extols the virtues of academics, leadership, service and character. The current National Honor Society is affiliated with the Grassroots Organization for their service project.
The purpose of the Photography Club is to allow students to explore their creativity through photography. Students can enter into competitions ad submit photographs for contests.
Bring awareness of Breast cancer to LRHS students and community.
Unifying, educating and empowering teens in the fight against breast cancer.
For further information, e-mail Jonathan Chandler, Teacher & Sponsor, Jonathan_Chandleri@hcpss.org
The POMS at Long Reach High School work to raise school spirit through entertainment at athletic events and other school sponsored activities.
We are involved in trivia conferences and games, and spend our meetings playing jeopardy-style games.
Sponsor: Mr. Myers - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Schreder - email@example.com
Ms. Milak - firstname.lastname@example.org
To celebrate students who excel in the subject area of social studies and the social sciences. Members will be required to participate in community outreach projects.
More info here.
The mission of The Scholars Leadership Program is to identify qualified girls, especially African American high school girls in the 10th -12th grade with an unweighted G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher, to actively participate in program planning and execution, support fellow Scholars, and to become involved in the community by carrying out the vision of The Scholars Leadership Program.
Open to Juniors and Seniors. The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought and encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all mankind. Members must maintain a 3.4 overall GPA and a 3.5 science GPA. Completion of at least one Honors or GT science course prior to junior year and current enrollment in at least one upper level science course is required.
The Société honoraire de français is the honor society for upper level French students. To be invited to the chapter, students must maintain an A- average or higher in their French courses leading up to Junior year or their 4th semester of study. Invitees must also show interest in the promotion and continued study of French language and culture with participation in activities outside of class.
The Student Government Association is a group that plans and runs school events.
Tri-M Music Honor Society opens up a world of opportunities for students who have already shown themselves to be academically capable and musically gifted. Through performance and community service, they’ll develop confidence, creativity, critical thinking, compassion, and a host of other leadership skills sure to serve them well in school and beyond.
For further information, e-mail Jonathan Chandler, Teacher & Sponsor, Jonathan_Chandler@hcpss.org
The UNICEF High School Club program is a youth-led initiative that partners with the
U.S. Fund for UNICEF to educate, advocate and fundraise to support UNICEF’s lifesaving work.
It is a growing movement rooted in a belief that students have a vital role to play in helping
the world’s children survive. The initiative supports UNICEF’s work in more than 190 countries
and territories, because students have a unique opportunity to involve members of their
community in global humanitarian issues.
Videogame Club is open to any and all students who want to meet fellow gamers and enjoy playing MarioKart, Super Smash, and other Nintendo classics.