Clubs and Organizations

  • Academic Team

    Friendly competition between team members and other schools to enhance and encourage learning information from school and beyond. 

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s):  Guy Rabner


    Album Club

    To bring people together with music and discuss albums that are listened to. 

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Pat Catalano


    American Sign Language

    To educate about deaf culture and teach basic sign language.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Kelly Nann & Tamara Floruss


    Animal Alliance

    Promote the welfare of animals and raise awareness.

    Category:  Service


    Advisor (s):  Pat Catalano


    Archery Club

    To provide students with a non-varsity/non-traditional activity and extension of physical education sports outlet.

    Category:  Extension of PE Program


    Advisor (s):  David Jones


    Auditorium Light & Sound Crew

    Provide sound and lighting services to LHS auditorium events.

    Category:  Service


    Advisor (s):  Amedeo Ciminnisi


    Big L Club

    The Big L Club is the official sports booster of Livingston High School and helps infuse excitement into the student body. The purpose of this club is to create LHS events for students to attend and cheer on our classmates on and off the field. Members of this club will be working closely with our Athletic Department in creating exciting events and helping manage the mascot's schedule.

    Category:  Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s):  Bob Breschard


    Biology/USABO CLub

    Discussion of new discoveries in science (i.e., Biology) and preparation for USA Biology Olympia (USABO) competition.

    Sign up here

    Category:  Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s):  Paul Raiz & Melissa Pelullo


    Black & Latino Club

    To provide a safe space for Black and Latino students to engage.  An informative and inclusive club focused on providing education on real-world issues. 

    Category:  Cultural/Service

    Advisor (s):  Soukenya Diop-Tall


    Black Student Union

    To bring awareness to issues impacting the black community at LHS and at large, to create a safe space for people to discuss issues of race and social justice, to celebrate the advancement and accomplishments of people of color. 

    Category:  Cultural

    Advisor (s):  TBD


    Board Game Club

    Students teach each other how to play different board games. It allows students to socialize and relax while having a fun purpose.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Dorte Poyner


    Books for All

    A book collecting club where people donate used books, and they will be redistributed to less fortunate people.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Michelle Hajjar


    Breaking the Chain

    Breaking the Chain will fundraise for children's education in Ghana and contribute to the larger Breaking the Chain organization. 

    Category:  Service

    Advisor (s):  Eric Weis


    Bridge Club

    Give exposure to the card game Bridge, teaching sanctioning games, and working with the Essex Bridge Center for community service & learning projects. 

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Kieran Nugent


    Business Honor Society

    Honor society to recognize excellence in business education.

    Category:  Honor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s):  Alex Lamon


    Calligraphy Club

    A place for students to come together to learn and practice calligraphy in a relaxed environment. 

    Category:  Social/Recognition, Art

    Advisor (s):  Helene McNanna


    Career Exploration Club (CEC)

    To engage students at LHS in their potential career interests. Guest speakers will be invited to share about their careers and engage in group discussions with club members. 

    Category:  Other - Career Oriented

    Advisor (s):  Kelsey Collins


    Chamber Singers

    An all-female select vocal ensemble that will perform in a concert setting and at community events. 

    Category:  Academic/Curricular, Art

    Advisor (s):  Joshua Salzman


    Chess Club/Team

    Teach and play chess for social and recreational interaction; play competitively with other schools and tournaments. 

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Will Peklo


    Chinese Culture Club

    To spread and teach Chinese culture through games, activities, and informational meetings 

    Category:  Cultural

    Advisor (s):  Xin Cai


    Chinese Honor Society

    CHS serves to help students learning Chinese advance their knowledge of Chinese culture and become recognized for their achievement in learning the language. It develops a community among students and encourages them to continue pursuing the language in the future. 

    Category:  Cultural, Honor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s):  Xin Cai


    Christian Club

    A space to allow both Christian and Non-Christian students to have a place to share their ideas and grow their faith.

    Category:  Cultural, Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Tanis Chavanne


    Class of 2022

    Organize, promote, and fund activities for the Senior class. 

    Category:  Service

    Advisor (s):  Yooree Gillman & Kelly Rocco


    Class of 2023

    Fundraising for prom and other social events; organizing agendas, and helping students maintain leadership positions.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Rachel Henry & Anthony Fischer


    Class of 2024

    Fundraising for prom and other social events; organizing agendas, and helping students maintain leadership positions.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  James Memory & Drew Krumholz


    Class of 2025

    To fundraise and plan Class of 2025 events.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Kelly Rocco & Kim Constanzo


    Cool 2 Be Kind

    Spread awareness and educate others on bullying and how to improve school culture & society.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s):  Scott Schroeder


    Costumes for Fall Drama & Spring Musical

    To create costumes for LHS theatre productions. 

    Category:  Art

    Advisor (s):  Alyssa LaMedica


    Crafts for a Cause

    We create and decorate crafts to donate to local community organizations. We also hold fundraisers to raise money for various charities, including St. Jude. In the past, we have also baked goods like cookies and cupcakes to sell to the school community. We also collaborate with Key Club to help those in our community.

    Category:  Social/Recreation, Art, Service

    Advisor (s): Kim Costanzo


    The Crochet Club

    The Crochet Club will teach people the needle art of crocheting. We will engage in service projects that give back to the community as was as partake in crochet styles that we can enjoy individually.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Samantha Kowalak


    Diversity Book Club

    Reading texts that provide diverse perspectives that are sometimes left out of the traditional English curriculum.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Rachel Henry


    Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)

    This is a competitive club focusing on four sectors of business: marketing, financing, hospitality, and management. 

    Category:  Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Daniel Quackenbush


    Dungeons & Dragons Club (D&D)

    To learn about the board game Dungeon and Dragons and play the game.

    Category:  Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Michael Jedwabnik & Lori Perez


    Eastern European Club 

    To share Eastern European culture with heritage speakers and others.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Marisa Vosa


    Ecolancers 

    We are a club where students utilize the skills and knowledge learned in technology classes to design, build, test, and evaluate a prototype of a high-efficiency vehicle and travel to the Americas Shell Eco-Marathon competition in Sonoma, California, to compete against other high schools and colleges.

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): David Richards 


    Envirothon Team

    The natural resources problem-solving competition, which has competed on global platforms and placed 13th.

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Samantha Aaron & Doug Jay


    Film Club

    The Film Club would act as a safe space to explore interests ranging from scriptwriting, acting, filming, or even choosing music with like-minded people, culminating in group efforts to make media we'd like to see and represent.

    Category: Media/Publications

    Advisor (s): TBD


    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

    Community service, academic competitions, public speakers.

    Category:  Academic/Curricular, Social/Recreation, Service

    Advisor (s): Thomas Garzon 


    Fashion Club

    Discuss fashion trends and reflect on how current events, culture, economics, etc. influence fashion.

    Category: Social/Recreation, Art

    Advisor (s): Jennifer Larsen


    Femme Film Club

    Femme Film is a club that highlights specifically female achievements in the film industry. We will watch and analyze films with female directors and prominent female leads, as well as encourage group discussions from our members.

    Category: Media/Publications

    Advisor (s): Jessica Rivchin


    Filipino Club

    The Filipino Club, a multicultural organization open to all students, aims to celebrate and share the diverse traditions of the Philippines with the school community. In addition, the Filipino Club is a service organization that participates in relief efforts to aid victims of poverty and natural disasters in the Philippines. 

    Category: Cultural, Service

    Advisor (s): Michael Sunga & Christina Bravo


    Forensic Speech & Debate

    The purpose of Speech & Debate is to promote interest in all forms of public speech, encourage a spirit of fellowship, and confer upon deserving candidates recognition of their achievements.

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Rachel Skerker


    French Culture Club

    Promote French culture and appreciation.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Soukeyna Diop-Tall


    French Honor Society Club

    To celebrate the accomplishments of students in the French curriculum.

    Category: Honor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Soukeyna Diop-Tall & Gerard Amsellem 


    Friendship Circle Club

    Raise awareness and brainstorm charitable ideas for the Friendship Circle.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Stephen Schaible


    Future Architects of America

    To cultivate and expand the enthusiasm and skills of students interested in pursuing a career in architecture.

    Category: Social/Recreation/Art

    Advisor (s): TBD


    Gender Sexuality Alliance

    To provide a safe space for allies and members of the LGBTQ community to socialize, discuss current events surrounding the LGBTQ community, and bring awareness and celebrate our differences in the LHS community.

    Category: Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Drew Krumholz & Andrew Nelson


    The Gift of Life

    To raise awareness of blood cancers and blood disorders. In addition, to host "Bone Marrow Drives" for LHS students. This is a cheek swab to be placed on the national registry.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): TBD


    Glamour Gals

    Glamour Girls is a nationwide non-profit organization that inspires companionship and conversation with seniors living in residential homes through complimentary beauty makeovers and activities led and organized by teen volunteers.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Kieran Nugent


    Greek Culture Club

    The Greek Culture Club is meant to educate students (both Greek and non-Greek) about Greek history, culture, traditions, and issues arising in Greece. The club will bring awareness to social/political issues in Greece and hold fundraisers that will support Greek organizations and refugees currently living in Greece.

    Category: Cultural, Service

    Advisor (s): Brittany Gajewski 


    Greenhouse Club Agricultural Tech and Outdoors Club

    To promote gardening and to maintain the A Hall Courtyard.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Brian Megaro


    Green Team

    Plan and execute projects to achieve certification in the Sustainable Jersey for Schools program, making LHS a more sustainable place to learn and work. Note- the LHS Green Team is already an actual committee of staff and administrators. This club is a means to bring students on board with our projects.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Doug Jay


    GreenBinz

    Collect new or gently used school supplies for underprivileged communities.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Rachel Henry


    Helping Hunger

    The purpose of this club is to raise awareness about food insecurity in Livingston by giving back to our community through different events and services. We work exclusively and directly with the Livingston Food Pantry to help families in need. By working solely with the Livingston Food Pantry, we can do as much good as we can for on organization.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Laura Richards


    Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

    To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development, and devotion to meeting the needs of the healthcare community.

    Category: Academic/Curricular, Service

    Advisor (s): Bobbi Bremmer, Johanna Frye & Mary Kaspriskie


    Indian Culture Club

    The LHS Indian Culture Club serves to unite the Indian community in Livingston and promote a greater understanding of Indian culture. We will celebrate various cultural Indian holidays throughout the year, watch Indian movies together, and much more. We also hope to participate in local Indian events and instill an appreciation for Indian culture in the LHS community.

    Category: Cultural/Media/Social

    Advisor (s): Jill Tejeda


    Inner Circle

    To provide opportunities for students to lead and direct a cabaret and play.

    Category: Art

    Advisor (s): Kim Hughes


    Inner Voices Art and Literary Magazine

    Support the creative arts, and develop a literary/art magazine for students at the school.

    Category: Media/Publications, Art

    Advisor (s): Jennifer Torres and Chris Iannuzzi


    International Thespian Society

    ITS, founded in 1929, is an honor society for student thespians (consisting of actors and backstage team members). Students are inducted into the organization by accruing a minimum of points based on their involvement with the theatre program at our school. We will meet monthly during lunch in the Auditorium, hold biannual fundraisers, advocate for theatre in the LHS community, and hold an annual induction ceremony each spring in the evening.

    Category: Honor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Scott Patteson


    International Youth Neuroscience Association

    As a local chapter of the International Youth Neuroscience Association, the club aims to promote scholarly enthusiasm for neuroscience among the LHS community while raising awareness for important neuroscience-related topics. The club also strives to give back to the community by organizing service initiatives about neuroscience.

    Sign up here!

    Category: Academic/Curricular, Service

    Advisor (s): Paul Raiz & Melissa Pelullo


    Investing Club

    The purpose of this organization is to allow students interested in business and stocks to come together and simulate a real-life experience regarding the stock market. Students will simulate the trading experience by investing  $20,000 of fake money––no actual money will be invested.

    Through bi-weekly meetings, students will track the progress of their chosen stocks through a Google Sheets spreadsheet. During meetings, students will discuss the success of stocks and decide whether or not they would like to sell off or buy stocks through collaborative discourse.

    Category: Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Anthony Fischer


    Italian Culture Club

    Promote the Italian language and culture.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Guy Rabner


    Italian Honor Society

    Honor and recognize Italian students who have succeeded and have earned admission into the honor society. Students in the society will serve as tutors, leaders, and helpers toward the Italian language and cultural functions during the school year.

    Category: Academic/Curricular, Honor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Guy Rabner


    Japanese Culture Club

    To spread awareness of Japanese art, culture, and history.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Sarah Rosenberg


    Jazz Improv Club

    To provide an environment where musicians can work together to develop jazz improvisation skills. The club will consist of learning from each other and just playing together in a standard jazz jam session.

    Category: Art

    Advisor (s): Mike Pizzone


    Jewish Israeli Club

    To expand students’ knowledge of the Israeli culture, including religion, food, and other practices in our community.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Susana Fernandez-Poyatos


    K-Drama Club

    The K-Drama club will meet to explore Korean culture through watching Korean dramas/movies. We will discuss social issues, themes, values, and historical events that may be depicted. We are also planning to incorporate in the discussion the cultures of contact (Korean/American, Chinese/Korean, Korean/Spanish) and their impact on each other: food, language, music, economy, and more.

    Category: Cultural

    Advisor (s): Susana Fernandez-Poyatos 


    Key Club

    Key Club International is a youth service-leadership organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. It is the oldest and largest service program for high school students and is entirely student-led. Key Clubbers are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. The core values of Key Club are leadership, character building, care, and inclusiveness.

    Please watch this informational video.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Val Desamours & Marjorie Duffy


    Kickball Club

    Getting people together to have a friendly kickball game also allows them to make new friends with people they have not met before.

    Category: Social/Recreation, Sport

    Advisor (s): Kelly Nann


    Korean Club

    Learn and explore Korean culture, food, makeup/skincare, fashion, music, and language.

    Category: Academic/Cultural

    Advisor (s): Kim Costanzo


    Lancer E-Sports

    Our goal as an Esports Club is to bring the creativity and fun of competitive gaming to our high school team. We are an all-inclusive group of individuals with the same passion for gaming and collaboration.

    Our club will organize competitive events with students from LHS and other local schools. Additionally, we plan to incorporate the business and technology of eSports into our meetings and discussions.

    Please view this presentation for more details.

    Category: Social/Recreation, Sport


    Advisor (s): Matthew Cheng


    League of Women Voters Junior Chapter

    The League of Women Voters is a bipartisan organization whose mission is "to promote political responsibility through informed and active participation in government and to influence public policy through education and advocacy."


    Category: Service


    Advisor (s): Rachel Skerker


    Leo Club

    To provide opportunities for students to volunteer in their community and work on interpersonal relationships.

    Category: Service


    Advisor (s): Kelsey Collins

  • LHS Chamber Orchestra

    Students audition for this advanced honors ensemble, and perform and rehearse music at a high level. They perform at the winter and spring concerts, the All-Township concert and community events.

    Category: Music Performance Ensembl

    Advisor (s): Nancy Ciminnisi


    LHS Chemistry Club

    Conducting experiments provides students an opportunity to do experiments on their own, and pair experiments that may be useful in the future. We also offer help with Chemistry.

    Category: Academic/Curricular


    Advisor (s): Mike Coleman


    LHS Coding Club

    To promote computer science within LHS and the Livingston community through classes, community-wide events, and other opportunities to dive deeper into coding in an impactful manner.

    Category: Academic/Curricular, Service


    Advisor (s): Jennifer Gee


    LHS Democrats

    The goal of our club is to promote Democratic ideas and have an open discussion with those who share common political views. We will discuss political situations that are happening at the time of the meeting, discuss pressing issues that are occurring, and openly express our opinions on them. We will also include an aspect of activism in our club and phone bank and canvas for Democratic candidates in local, state, and federal elections when it is close to Election Day.

    Finally, we will also see if we could potentially invite Democratic political leaders to come in and talk about their experiences serving as elected officials.

    Category: Political


    Advisor (s): Deborah Holtzman & Charles Downing


    LHS Mentors

    To engage students with other students in the Livingston community.

    Category: Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Samantha Kowalak


    LHS Podcast Club,  "Livingston Says"

    Podcasts are one of the most popular forms of media in today's digital world. This club would give LHS students the platform to share their passion and simultaneously give them experience with a growing form of media.

    The student's discussions will be school-appropriate passions or hobbies that can be presented through podcasts in 10-20 minute episodes. 

    Category: Media/Publications

    Advisor (s): Martha Ackermann, Mrigaya Singh


    LHS Sealed with a Smile

    Our main goal is to bring a smile to people's faces. We will organize toy drives and drop off wrapped gifts for children in the hospital. We plan on holding special events every month. 

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Krista Delia


    LHS Stage Crew

    Build for and run all LHS performances.

    CategoryArt

    Advisor (s): Brian Megaro


    LHS National Organization for Women (NOW)

    This club provides a space to discuss issues regarding gender equality, including but not limited to discussions of and action towards violence against women, LGBTQIA* rights, constitutional equality, and economic justice.

    In addition to hosting roundtables as forums for such discussion, the organization has provided guest speakers and conducted various fundraising and/or service projects in support of minority groups in various locations such as women's shelters.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Rachel Lyn Henry & Rachel Skerker


    LHS Upcycle Club

    The purpose of Upcycle Club is to educate students on the scientific aspects of textile, fashion, and homeware sustainability. With the exponential increase of fast textile and fashion companies entering the market today, the amount of waste being generated has detrimental effects on the environment and society that many are unaware of.

    Some topics that are discussed are the benefits of thrifting, upcycling clothing, and homeware, the significance of being a sustainable consumer, and the behind-the-scenes of fast fashion companies such as H&M and Zara.

    The club will give back to the community and promote its message of sustainability and repurposing through clothing drives and fundraisers for homeless shelters and organizations such as Bridges Outreach. We will also host activities for members, like upcycling old clothing by dying and cutting them.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Art, Service

    Advisor (s): Michelle Augliera & Sara Rosenberg


    Livingston AAPI Youth Alliance

    Counteract discrimination and prejudice held against the AAPI community by providing awareness about the historical and cultural importance of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the United States. Initiatives will also include mental-health awareness and anti-bullying efforts among the AAPI community.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Michael Sunga & Xin Cai


    Livingston High School Lancer Jazz Band and Livingston High School Lab Jazz Band

    The jazz Band will perform at competitions, elementary schools, the jazz band dinner dance, Intergenerational Prom, district art show, district Jazz Festival, etc.

    Category: Art

    Advisor (s): Jim Hegedus and Erik Donough


    Livingston High School Lancer Marching Band

    Perform at all football games, competitions, and town events.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Music

    Advisor (s): Jim Hegedus, Mike Jedwabnik, Erik Donough, Maureen Biss, Emily Nevola, Kenneth Zampella


    Livingston Mind Matters (LMM)

    Promoting student wellness.

    CategoryOther

    Advisor (s): Christie Giacobbe, Erin Fields, Marjorie Duffy, Sarah Joseph


    Ski & Snowboarding Club

    To encourage a safe and enjoyable way to socialize and spend free time skiing and snowboarding.

    CategorySocial/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Marissa Vosa


    Make-A-Wish Club

    To raise money for Make-A-Wish America and Make-A-Wish New Jersey.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Mike Munley


    Marvelous Marvel Club

    To provide fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe and Marvel comics a space to share their enthusiasm, discuss their interpretations of and responses to characters and plotlines, analyze cinematic/artistic techniques used in the films/graphics, and discuss connections between characters and archetypes and content and current social/political issues.

    CategorySocial/Recreation

    Advisor (s): TBD


    Math Honor Society & Math Team

    CategoryHonor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Leslie Keeble & Kelly Rocco


    Meditation & Mindfulness (M&M)

    To educate members about meditation, how it relates to mindfulness, and conduct meditation sessions for members.

    CategorySocial/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Taylor Torre


    Microbiology and Botany Club

    Students will discover and discuss the science behind breeding and caring for microorganisms and ecology on a microscopic level within their own homes through activities including fermentation and caring for houseplants as a hobby.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Megan DeBlieck


    Model Government

    To teach and learn about our government at the federal, state, and local level.

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Samantha Kowalak


    Mock Trial

    Competing team in the New Jersey state mock trial competition.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Alex Lamon


    Model UN

    Provide students with an opportunity to discuss solutions to global issues.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Steve Schaible


    National Honor Society

    Recognize student accomplishments in leadership, scholarship, service, and character.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Johanna Frye & Megan Reid


    National Art Honor Society

    To spread art awareness throughout school and the community. To engage in fundraising efforts.

    CategoryArt

    Advisor (s): Kirsten Angel


    National English Honor Society

    Promote literacy in the building and the community while fostering a love of English.

    CategoryHonor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Amanda Buyes & Jessica Rivchin


    New Student Society

    The purpose of this group is to help new students adjust to Livingston High School, gain peer relationships, and have community and social outlets.

    CategoryCultural, Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Nicole Rothman & Theresa Cannone


    Notations

    Notations is a co-ed select vocal ensemble that performs at concerts and community events throughout the year.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Art

    Advisor (s): Joshua Salzman


    Ocean Science Bowl

    Academic decathlon competition in marine and ocean sciences.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Michelle Augliera & Jamie Kruse


    Operation Security Club (OPSEC)

    The club aims to teach its members various aspects and techniques of defensive cybersecurity. Members will learn about basic computer skills essential for anyone working with computers in general.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Matthew Cheng


    Operation Smile Club

    Make lunches for people in need.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Marissa Vosa


    Origami Club

    To create Japanese paper sculptures through folding. To celebrate Japanese art forms, teach others, and possibly sell creations to profit charitable organizations.

    CategoryCultural

    Advisor (s): Nancy Ciminnisi


    Organization of Student Tutors

    To provide tutoring services for in-district students that need them. We serve high school, middle school, and elementary school students.

    Student tutors can be compensated for their time, but to meet the service requirement for clubs, five hours of tutoring must be completely voluntary and free of charge to provide more access to all community members.

    OST Application Page

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Service

    Advisor (s): Adam Berryann


    Paper Bridges

    Students write letters and send resources to women and children in homeless shelter organizations.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Alyssa LaMedica


    Peanut Butter & Jelly Club (Pb&J)

    Make lunches for people in need.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Marisa Vosa


    People Helping People Club

    The People Helping People Club is a volunteer club that helps both the school and the community.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Danielle Felcher


    Philosophical and Historical Discussion Club

    Engaging in academic discussions about philosophical and historical topics while encouraging deep thinking and free expression.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Dan Ippollito


    Pickleball Club

    Organize inclusive after-school pickleball games for novice and expert players alike.

    Category: Social/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Maggie Lafferty


    Pony Mayhem Improv Club

    To rehearse for and perform two Improv shows during the school year and to allow students to participate in Improv rehearsals and gain improv skills.

    Category: Social/Recreation, Art

    Advisor (s): Scott Patteson


    Pottery Club

    Pottery Club exposes students to ceramics art's basic processes and allows them to use that experience to enhance the community.

    Category: Art

    Advisor (s): Noah Meineke


    Psychology Club

    Introduce Psychology to students.

    Category: Academic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Geraldine Volonnino


    Real Estate Club

    The club aims to inform members about industrial and regular real estate and invite guest speakers. 

    CategoryEducation/Career

    Advisor (s): Michael Ladolcetta


    Red Cross Club

    The Red Cross Club provides opportunities to make a difference. It is a Humanitarian Aid Club with the purpose to help respond to those in need. The Red Cross Club also provides knowledge and life-saving skills to help prepare the community, as well as help, respond to emergencies.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Sarah Rosenberg


    Republican Club

    Like-minded students meet to discuss issues.

    CategoryPolitical

    Advisor (s): Amy Meyer


    Robotics

    The mission of the Robotics Club is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills that inspire innovation and self-confidence. 

    CategoryAcademics/Curricula

    Advisor (s): Raymond Snyder


    Room to Read Club

    Room To Read is a non-profit organization that seeks to transform the lives of children in low-income communities through a focus on literacy.

    CategoryOther

    Advisor (s): Antoinette Alston


    Runway of Dreams

    Working toward future inclusion, acceptance, and opportunity in the fashion industry for people with disabilities.  The goal is to spread awareness, raise funds, and build the Runway of Dreams community.

    CategoryDiversity and Inclusion

    Advisor (s): Taylor Torre


    Science Bowl

    We learn about topics in science and math through a buzzer-style competition. We host weekly practices and attend an annual tournament in February at Princeton.

    Science Bowl Informational Video

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Michael Coleman & Johanna Frye


    Science National Honor Society

    Recognizing academic achievement and student service to the Livingston High School science community.

    SNHS Informational Video

    1. What are the qualifications to be eligible?

      • You must be a junior or senior in the current school year. 

      • You must have completed an Honors or AP level science course by 11th grade and take one advanced level science class in 11th grade (i.e., you must be currently enrolled in an Honors or AP level class) or 12th grade if enrolling as a senior.

      • Must have an average of 3.5 (weighted) in all science classes and have an overall GPA (weighted) of 3.02. 

      • Maintain a "B" minimum in all science classes.

    2. Are students invited to apply? If so, when? Or do students need to reach out to the advisor to show interest? And also, when?

    A Google form is provided for students who wish to apply. Announcements of the application deadline are made through Schoology and AM Wired. Students are required to submit a copy of their transcript. Due dates change with each calendar year, often due by the beginning of October. 

    3. When is the induction ceremony held?

    Before the start of AP exams. The date fluctuates with each calendar year.

     

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Honor/Special Recognition, Service

    Advisor (s): Michelle Sipe & Abbie Young


    Science Olympiad

    To advance science knowledge & participation through a STEM program that allows students to apply what they know in a competitive setting.

    Please view this informational video for more details.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Science/STEM

    Advisor (s): Michelle Sipe and Dorine Starace


    Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education (SCOPE)

    SCOPE is an organization that sends less fortunate kids to summer camp. Through the summer camp, they can apply for scholarships for college and other educational opportunities.

    CategoryService

    Advisor (s): Emily Perrine


    Senior Buddies

    To pair incoming freshmen students with senior students to aid in navigating their first year at Livingston High School.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Service

    Advisor (s): Michael Munley


    Shirley Tempos

    To encourage, support, social female singing (Voicemails sister organization).

    CategoryArt

    Advisor (s): Joshua Salzman


    Spanish Honor Society

    To help students improve their Spanish language skills and help the community through various charitable activities.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Cultural, Honor/Special Recognition, Service

    Advisor (s): Susana Fernandez-Poyatos


    Sports Business Club

    The purpose of this club is to inform and educate students about how business is incorporated into the field of sports. Students will have the opportunity to hear from various speakers and ultimately learn and enjoy a new perspective on the sports industry. This club will bring in speakers, have fundraisers, open debates, and events.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Cara Dlugo


    Studio Art Club

    Studio Art Club is to provide a venue for student artists to create their artwork, build friendships with other artists, and get/give feedback about their works.

    CategoryArt

    Advisor (s): Deniz Olcay


    Sunrise Movement

    The Sunrise Movement is an organization focused on spreading the word and advocating for environmental issues such as the Green New Deal, pollution, global warming, and climate change.

    Meetings will be held to discuss ways that students can make a difference in our environment and preserve it, while also learning about the global issues that affect society. 

    CategoryMedia/Publication

    Advisor (s): Matthew Cheng


    Teams 4 Kids

    Teams 4 Kids is an organization dedicated to helping underprivileged children play on sports teams. The club achieves this through fundraising, supply drives for sports equipment, and occasional running of sports lessons.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Juliette Castro


    Techie Teen Tutors

    To provide support to staff, students, and community members with technology needs.

    CategoryMedia/Publications, Service

    Advisor (s): Mary Kaspriskie & James Memory


    The Lance Newspaper

    To publish the school newspaper with articles written by the student body. 

    CategoryMedia/Publications

    Advisor (s): Timothy Callahan


    Trial Blazers

    Raise money for curing Pediatric Cancer & raise awareness.

    Category: Service

    Advisor (s): Mickey Ennis & Maggie Lafferty


    Tri-M Music Honor Society

    Recognition for long-standing commitment to the music program, provide opportunities for performance, service as they make their way toward induction.

    CategoryHonor/Special Recognition

    Advisor (s): Nancy Ciminnisi


    Television Production Club

    We produce TV programs and cover school and community events for TV. The programs simultaneously accomplish real-world student practice, as well as, publicity and information of events.

    CategoryMedia/Publication

    Advisor (s): Steven Milano


    TV Talkers

    Allow TV/movie-loving students to socialize and discuss designated shows/movies.

    CategorySocial/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Johanna Frye


    Ultimate Frisbee Interest Club

    CategorySocial/Recreation

    Advisor (s): Steve Schaible


    UNICEF Club

    In addition to this, the UNICEF Club also strives to build long-lasting relationships between members. The UNICEF Club would be both educational and service-based; educating students about social issues but at the same time letting students have a service-based experience on making a difference for children around the world through various fundraisers and events.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular, Social/Recreation, Service

    Advisor (s): Soukeyna Diop-Tall


    United Way Varsity Letter Club

    Through the United Way International organization, which has created this program to recognize volunteer work, the club awards varsity letters to students who have completed 80 or more hours of community service. We recognize those working hard within our community the same way we recognize athletes.

    CategoryHonor/Special Recognition, Service

    Advisor (s): Andrew Nelson


    Voicemates

    To encourage and support male singing.

    CategoryArt

    Advisor (s): Joshua Salzman


    Web Developer Bootcamp 

    Members will be shown how to compile code in HTML, CSS, JavaScript. The club will specialize in web development and app development to prepare them for a future career path in full-stack development.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Hal Mordkoff


    WISTEAM

    WiSTEM hopes to provide an empowering, supportive community for young women at Livingston High School interested in pursuing a career in STEM.

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Ilze Kancans


    Yearbook

    CategoryAcademic/Curricular

    Advisor (s): Kelsey Collins & Jim Memory