|New for '23-24
|Black Student Union Club
|The Black Student Union is a school-wide club involving the African-American community of Lake Norman Charter–Our mission as leaders is striving to connect our community when dealing with hardships as a small minority. We host meetings discussing micro-aggressions within the LNC community, society, and Black pop culture, and use our club as a safe space for the students of LNC when transitioning into a society in which we are not always accepted.
|Fridays at 2:45 in room 101
|Art Club strives to connect, learn, and create community among members. Learning art skills, being involved in service opportunities, and having fun is our goal.
|Every other Monday from 2:45-3:45
|A discussion-oriented club meant to spark interest in space and give people who like the cosmos a place to share their interests with others.
|Book Club is a club that creates a sense of community through literature with readers at Lake Norman Charter and a getaway for people to discuss their passions for reading and writing as a craft with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
|Last Wednesday of the month
|Fridays at 2:50-3:20 in the MPR.......Chess club will meet virtually though until the first full week of November.
|Coding Club teaches students the basics of coding.
|Thursdays, twice per month
|Club members will participate and play cornhole with friends on Fridays. We will also host tournaments and various activities with prizes.
|Brackett, Mr. Porter, Russell
|Bi-weekly, every other Friday
|Creative Writing Club
|Creative Writing Club is committed to creating a space for people who are passionate about writing, who have stories to tell, and who have brilliant truths within themselves. This is how we will make an impact with our words.
|Weekly on Thursdays at 2:45 in room 122.
|Dance Team Club
|The Dance Team is an outlet for students who have danced their whole lives for other companies/ studios/ organizations to come together and showcase their passion for dance at LNC. In this way, they are allowed to be an active part of the LNC community as dancers, but are also able to support other organizations through their love for dance.
|Whitfield (@ Elementary School)
|At Drama Club, we welcome anyone with a passion or interest in acting and theatre production! Our goal is to work together and improve our acting and creative abilities to put on a performance in front of our friends, family, and more!
|Reavis & Luna
|Mondays and Thursdays from 2:55-3:55. Time announced every meeting
|Film Appreciation Club
|The Film Appreciation Club is a getaway into new worlds and ideas, allowing us to experience new cultures, emotions, and ways of thinking. Enjoy a deeper dive into film with us today and navigate the language of film directing, cinematography, and the aspects of what makes a great movie, great.
|Tuesdays after school
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes
|Our mission is to bring together a group of Christians (whether or not an athlete) to praise and spread the word of Jesus Christ. We are a National organization, seeking to make disciples by empowering athletes to know Christ and lead others to do the same.
|Massingale & Kiley
|1st & 3rd Wednesday
|French Club's sole purpose is to bring French culture and traditions to the student body.
|2nd and 4th Tuesday
|Future Business Leaders
|Future Business Leaders of America is a club where students who are interested in the business field come learn business skills, and career choices, and meet with people in the community in business. Students will be challenged with projects and events challenging them and furthering their education of business in the future.
|The Gender-Sexuality Alliance is a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community; we aim to provide a support group for non-conforming students and their peers. Anyone who is supportive of the community is welcome to join in order to socialize in a diverse environment.
|Interact Club builds connections with other students and works with the Rotary Club to volunteer in our community in order to give back.
|Second Thursday of every month
|International Cultural Cuisine Appreciation Club (ICCA)
|ICCA wants to bring awareness to different countries with the language of food, a thing that connects all cultures of variety. In every meeting, we will vote on a country, eat dishes from the chosen country, provide an informational slideshow about the meals, and vote on which dish was a favorite of the club.
|First Thursday each month
|The Investing Club is where students experience the world of finance and investing through building financial knowledge and improve our critical thinking skills, all while having fun and learning together. We will meet and discuss our strategies on what companies to invest in and which companies are doing well. We will also have a competition on who can make the most fake money throughout the year starting with 10,000 dollars and in addition to that, we will play a game called "Build Your Stax" in which we will practice on how to invest and spot trends in the market in which the winner will recieve a bonus of 100 dollars to invest.
|Once a week on Thursdays in Room 110 (depending on Mrs. Weihl's duty schedule)
|Key Club is a Nationally recognized service club collaborating with teh Kiwanis Club, providing some service opportunities and leadership experiences to our members. Students are required to attend meetings, perform 50 hours of service work, and participate in some of our group service activities.
|Williams, Cavicchia, Davis
|Monday meetings and service projects to sign up for on random days of the week, usually Mondays
|Kendrick (at MS/HS)
|Wednesdays at 2:45-3:45 (Mr. Awbrey's room)
|Math Honor Society
|Open to junior and seniors who meet the minimum GPA requirement in math-related classes and by application only
|Awbrey & Blanchard
|1st Wednesday of the month, 7:15
|Mental Health Matters Club
|Spread awareness and break the stigma surrounding mental health.
|1X/month on a Wednesday
|The Mentorship Program wants to help relieve the stress of upcoming freshmen and new students to LNC. We do this by pairing them with like-minded students so they have someone similar to talk to, share experiences with, and guide them through high school.
|1x in the Spring (more details later)
|Mindfulness and Crafts Club
|Mindfulness & Crafts Club’s purpose is to create a safe space for mindfulness, meditation, and self-growth/improvement while having a space to harbor creativity. We focus on Fibear arts, DIYS, and journaling all while keeping a spotlight on mindfulness.
|Every other Wednesday (after school)
|Mock Trial is for students looking to improve their public speaking and analytical skills as well as those looking at a possible career in law. It is a club that prepares for a competition that simulates a real trial with lawyers and witnesses who gain experiences through participation.
|Regularly after school: Wednesdays
|Model US is a club that demonstrates how the United Nation works by simulating actual UN activities.
|Mountain Biking Club
|Thursdays and possible Saturday mornings
|The LNC NAACP Chapter is part of a national organization focusing on civil rights and benefiting the community. The chapter will be planning a multitude of events for the Huntersville community to improve our livelihood and encourage the fight for equality in the Huntersville-Charlotte Area.
|TBD: twice per month
|National English Honor Society
|Open to junior and seniors who meet the minimum GPA requirement in English-related classes and by application only
|Smith, M. & Hamilton
|1x a month, Thursdays before school at 7;15 a.m.
|National Honor Society
|Open to junior and seniors who meet the minimum GPA, service, and leadership requirements by application only
|Patterson & Blanchard
|1st Thursday of the month
|Pickle Ball Club
|Bring students together to socialize and exercise while learning and enjoying pickleball. The location will be off campus at the Prosperity Athletic Club.
|2xs a month
|Provide educational opportunities for students interested in pursuing a career in the field of medicine.
|1x monthly, Monday 2:45
|Quiz Bowl: a.k.a., Knights of Knowledge
|The Knights of Knowledge represents Lake Norman Charter in academic competitions. We participate in local, regional, and national events.
|The purpose of Rho Kappa is to celebrate those who have dedicated themselves to a high level of performance in social studies at LNC and to deepen our collective understanding of the social studies.
|Meeting frequency TBA
|In this club, we require a lot of commitment to build a robot to compete against other teams in the state. We will also be volunteering to help the community and hope to show gracious professionalism within the team and the competition.
|weekly on Friday
|Science National Honor Society
|Open to junior and seniors who meet the minimum GPA requirement in science-related classes and by application only
|Limited meetings; students complete service hours autonomously
|Mondays and Tuesdays, starting 9/20
|Senior Class Council
|Plans activities for the senior class and plans graduation.
|Scire & Casillas
|1x monthly, Tuesdays 7AM or Knight Time: Listen to announcements
|Spanish Club educates students about Spanish culture in a fun and interactive way.
|Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00
|Student Diversity and Inclusion Council
|Promote equity, spread awareness, and create an inclusive community for the student body.
|Every Tuesday (& Thursdays for that month & upcoming month's committees)
|Sustainability & Recycling Club’s mission is to bring together a generation who cares about the planet and keeps eco-friendly practices alive at LNC.
|The mission of TGC is to play different board games and other tabletop games to learn skills such as problem-solving and teamwork for the future.
|Bates & Schroth.
|Tuesdays after school