Each child is blessed by God with unique gifts, and students at Orange Lutheran have the opportunity to participate in multiple activities outside the classroom to explore and strengthen those gifts. These include joining a club or the Associated Student Body (ASB), helping new students by becoming a member of Ignite, going to dances, or attending Orange Lutheran sporting events.
STUDENT LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Orange Lutheran High School offers a variety of clubs from year to year, allowing more ways for students to become connected at Orange Lutheran High School. At the beginning of each semester, Club Rush gives students the opportunity to start and/or join the clubs being offered for the current semester. All students are welcome to submit a club application for approval to the Director of Student Activities.
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
Orange Lutheran’s Associated Student Body (ASB) serves the student body, faculty, community, and God in a number of ways throughout the year. In an effort to encourage student participation at Orange Lutheran High School and cultivate communication between the students, faculty, and staff, ASB is chosen annually. ASB is comprised of elected and appointed positions and meets regularly during a class period, as well as outside of class, with the Activities Department faculty to discuss student concerns, organize school activities, promote school spirit, encourage appropriate student conduct, and encourage service to society.
This program is for freshmen through seniors.
The 2020-21 application has closed for current students.
Questions? Please contact Mrs. May at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ignite is a student-to-student mentoring program designed to help new students transition to becoming members of the Lancer family. The Ignite program seeks to connect new students with Christ, connect new students to the Orange Lutheran High School community, and connect new students with other students. Ignite mentors are juniors and seniors who have been chosen to serve as role models by demonstrating excellence in Christian character development, academic achievement, and extra-curricular involvement.
Leadership positions in this program are for juniors and seniors.
Applications for the 2020-21 Ignite Team are now closed. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Parsons at email@example.com.
When representing Orange Lutheran, the members of the Ambassadors Team exemplify the definition of a “Lancer.” This group of students operates as liaisons for the school-community relations at events held on and off of campus, where the general public, as well as family and friends of the school, are present. Operating as the face of OLu, these students serve the school via hands-on-leadership that assists in telling the greater story of OLu through student voices. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors can participate in the Ambassador Leadership Team.
Questions? Contact Mrs. Mooney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Responding to Christ’s invitation to love Him with the whole of our being (Mark 12:30), Creative Worship students explore worship through the lens of Biblical truth, creative collaboration and musical excellence. Students in this class serve as Orange Lutheran’s Worship Leadership Team. Together, students plan and lead weekly chapels, participate in concerts, community performances and other service opportunities. The core of the experience is designed to equip students to lead worship, point people to Christ, and help each student-leader grow and respond to God’s transforming grace.
Diffusion seeks to assist international students with a successful transition to Orange Lutheran High School providing support with academics, extracurricular involvement, and cultural assimilation. Diffusion is a student-led organization that meets monthly in order to connect international students to the culture and climate of Orange Lutheran High School. Monthly meeting topics include tutoring, handling stress, sharing different cultures and holidays, school activities, academics, service opportunities, as well as school and college announcements. Diffusion also offers leadership opportunities for both international and domestic students. Learn more by visiting Diffusion’s website (opens in a new window).
This program is for sophomores through seniors.
For those interested in becoming a leader within Diffusion, please email Emily Middleton-Hunter for more information.
Please sign up for the Diffusion mailing list to receive group updates.
The Missions Program seeks to transform the world through transforming the lives of our students. The Missions Program is composed of students who share an interest in what God is doing locally and around the world with the goal of reaching others through service, local and international mission trips and to encourage others to be mission-minded individuals. Missions class is available for students with a special interest in missions. The focus of the Missions classes is planning for missions’ activities around school and in the local community, as well as developing students spiritually through education in cross-cultural ministry, social justice, the history of missions, and evangelism.
Athletes & Missions Trips: Student-athletes are encouraged to attend Mission Trips outside of their season of sport. Student-athletes who sign up for a Mission Trip during their season of sport will either not be allowed to participate on that team or forfeit their Mission Trip deposit. Multi-sport athletes must discuss availability to participate in Missions Trips with their coaches.
Spiritleaders promote, increase, and lead school spirit. They are to be exemplary in moral and spiritual conduct and to uphold the high standards of Orange Lutheran High School as they serve as representatives. To represent Orange Lutheran as a Spiritleader is a great honor and a heavy responsibility to be carefully considered. Spiritleaders must be deeply committed to building school spirit and to making the program a success, exemplify good sportsmanship at all times, and conduct themselves in a manner that will be a Christian witness and a credit to Orange Lutheran High School.