Our theatre program offers one play and one musical each school year. Try out for a role on stage or help out behind the scenes as a member of the tech crew.
Example is a student group that believes there are plenty of God-pleasing alternatives to drinking and drug use. Example is based on I Timothy 4:12 “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith, and in purity.”
Here, students have an opportunity to gain strength from each other, help educate their friends about the evils of substance abuse and enjoy entertaining alternatives to substance use. Students get a chance to witness their love for Jesus Christ and show their friends they care about them by taking a stand against substance abuse. Find out more on our website!
The Michigan Center for Civic Education (MCCE) designed the Mock Trial program to reenact much of what takes place in trial courts. High School students take on the roles of attorneys and witnesses and compete against other schools in real courtrooms in front of real judges and lawyers. But while the students take on roles, there is no set script. As in a debate, participants must adjust to the strategies employed by the opposing side.
How does the competition work? Teams of 6-10 students present arguments before panels of judges. Macomb County attorneys and judges critique the students’ performances; one judge presides over the trial, while the rest sit as the jury. The tournament begins with regional competitions and advancing teams compete at the State and National levels. Lutheran High North competes the first Saturday of March in Mt. Clemens at the Macomb County Court building. From 8am till 5pm, teams compete against at least 2 possibly 3 other teams throughout the course of the day.
Lutheran High North’s Mock Trial team is grateful for Attorney R. Timothy Kohler’s coaching and collaboration. If you are interested in being a part of Lutheran High North’s team or assisting the students in their preparations for the competition, please contact Ms. Natalie Haupt the school sponsor.
Learn to ski or snowboard with the Mustang Ski Club. Friday nights from 5:00 to 10:00pm at Mt Holly Ski Resort during the months of January and February.
Vision | Provide the students of Lutheran North with a vibrant and dynamic alpine skiing and snowboarding experience in a Christian setting.
Mission | The Mustang Ski Club will provide the students of Lutheran North, their families, and LHN faculty/alumni the opportunity to ski or snowboard at Mt Holly every Friday night during the months of January and February.
Patch program | The Mt. Holly patch program, along with lessons, has proven to be the safest way to enjoy the slopes according to each person’s ability. Freshman, JV and Varsity Letters will also be offered through MSC.
Questions or comments can be directed to any of the student officers or contact email@example.com
Transportation - Your options for getting to Mt. Holly are as follows:
You may drive on your own. Obviously you must have permission from your parents. We are not responsible for you if you drive on your own.
Talk your parents into driving. They can ski at a discounted rate and have a great time. In fact, some parents just come to enjoy the fireside chats in the lodge.
Directions - The directions from LHN are Romeo Plank south to M-59/Hall Rd, then west on Hall Rd to I-75. Go north on I-75 to Grange Hall Rd (exit #101). Turn right at stop sign onto Grange Hall Rd. Go to stop light and turn left onto Dixie Hwy. Mt Holly will be 1.3 miles on the left. Plan on a 1-hour drive from LHN to Mt. Holly. Address is 13536 S. Dixie Hwy, Holly, MI 48442. Their phone number is 800-582-7256. Website is www.skimtholly.com
All students need to complete a permission slip with name, emergency contact information and medical insurance coverage. No IDs will be sold without a completed permission slip.
Student Council consists of the Executive Board and Class Representatives who serve the LHN student body. Every Tuesday morning council meets to collaborate on upcoming events.
These students encourage, initiate, and direct one another through some of the most stressful times of a high school year. Beginning in the Spring, right after elections, the council begins planning for the back to school events, homecoming festivities, community drives, service events and dances.
Additional Student Groups
Arts & Crafts
National Honor Society
Radio Broadcast Club