Our Clubs and Activities at Lincoln





Academic Decathlon -- Ms. Kwan, Ms. Crabtree (701) -- Fridays After School


Tests students knowledge and skills across various subjects. An annual competition typically consists of ten events covering different areas of study, including art, economics, literature, mathematics, music, science, social science, and a super quiz relay.


Asian Community Empowerment (ACE) -- Mr. Licon (110) / Ms. Situ (164)

    Weekly at Lunch in Room 110 or Dream Center


Seeks to promote the rights, well-being, and advancement of Asian individuals and communities. The members address issues such as discrimination, inequality, and social injustice faced by Asian communities, while also fostering a sense of pride, solidarity, and resilience.


Band -- Clemente Sanchez (644) -- Every Day After School


Competes and performs during football games and at other venues throughout the year.  A great chance to learn to excel in playing a variety of instruments, learn team work, and improve overall school spirit.


Black Student Union -- Boykins / Licon (110)


Aims to support and advocate for Black students on campus and promote awareness and understanding of Black culture, history, and issues.


Cheer -- Clemente Sanchez (644) -- Every Day After School


Offers students a great opportunity to make friends, increase school spirit and support our school.  You will get in shape, learn teamwork, build self confidence and gain leadership skills.  


Chinese Language and Culture Club -- Ms. Song (164)

    Every Other Thursday - 3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.


Promotes understanding, appreciation, and engagement with the Chinese language and culture.   Learn more about the Chinese language, promote cultural celebrations, and explore aspects of Chinese culture.


Crochet for Communities -- Ms. Lewi (179)


Helps to give students and opportunity to learn crochet and give back to the community in the process.


Drumline -- Mr. Sanchez (644) -- Tuesdays and Thursdays After School


Plays a crucial role in our band by providing rhythm, tempo, and energy to our performances, parades, and other events.  Learn to play the drums and be a part of a team.


Horizons Grand Prix - Mr. Cox (131)


Learn to build a hydrogen fuel cell car and race versus other schools.  These races typically involve prototype or concept cars that showcase the potential of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the automotive industry.


Immigrant Justice Advocates - Karen Balbuena (B8)


Promotes and protect the rights and well-being of immigrants. They advocate for fair and just immigration policies, provide support and resources to immigrant communities, and raise awareness about the challenges and issues facing immigrants.


JROTC -- Mr. Harris -- Tuesdays After School.


Sponsored by the United States Armed Forces and implemented in high schools across the country. JROTC aims to promote citizenship, leadership, character development, and community service among high school students.


Key Club -- Mrs. Tran (135)

    Thursdays @ Lunch     Tuesdays @ Lunch


Provides opportunities for community service and leadership development. It is the oldest and largest service program for high school students, with thousands of clubs in schools around the world.   Key club members complete community service projects together and help to make others lives better.


LHS Letters & Arts Club -- Mr. Paja (172)


Focused on promoting and celebrating literature, writing, visual arts, and other creative endeavors. Topics include: literary discussions, creative writing, artistic expression and literary events and competitions.


Lincoln Finance Business Club -- Ms. Velasquez (554)


Provides students with opportunities to learn about various aspects of finance, network with professionals in the field, and gain practical skills through workshops, competitions, and hands-on experiences.


Lincoln Policy Debate Club -- Mr. McGillen (702)

    Thursday After School


Engage in competitive debate focusing on policy issues. This form of debate involves rigorous research, critical analysis, and persuasive argumentation on topics related to government policies, social issues, and public affairs.


MEChA -- Mr. Art Licon (110)

    Wednesdays @ Lunch


Focused on promoting Chicano and Chicana identity, culture, and political empowerment. MEChA emerged during the Chicano Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and has since become a prominent voice for Chicano and Latino students on campuses across the country.


MESA -- Mr. Cox & Ms. Cardoza (131) - Contact Yingjun Tan

    After School


Aims to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who pursue degrees and careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. It provides support, resources, and hands-on learning experiences to students from elementary school through college, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.


Ping Pong Club - Ms. Sierra (177) -- Tuesdays & Thursdays @ Lunch

Learn to improve your ping pong skills and meet new friends during lunch.

Queer & Ally Alliance (QAA) - Ms. Lewi (179)

    Thursdays @ Lunch


Queer and Ally Alliance at Lincoln is an offshoot of the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), a student-led organization found in many schools, colleges, and universities, primarily in North America, but also increasingly in other parts of the world. The purpose of a GSA is to provide a supportive and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and other identities) students, as well as their straight allies.


Robotics Club -- Mr. Cox (131/703)

Every Thursday After School & Every Other Tuesday @ Lunch


Learn about science, technology, engineering and mathematics through a hands-on club.  Multiple opportunities to learn robot design and programming and compete against other high schools in applying what you've learned.


Science Bowl -- Ms. Willis (703)

Organized by the United States Department of Energy (DOE), Science Bowl aims to promote interest in science, mathematics, and technology among students and to encourage excellence in these subjects.


SWENext -- Mr. Cox (131) - Contact Samantha Caldera


Supports and empowers young women in the field of engineering. It provides resources, networking opportunities, professional development, and advocacy to women engineers at all stages of their careers, from students to professionals.


Students Run LA - Ms. Parra (Main Office)


Give at-risk youth the chance to experience the benefits of goal-setting, character development, adult mentoring, and improved health by providing them with a truly life-changing experience: the training for and completion of the Los Angeles Marathon.


The Heliography Society -- Ms. Kristiansen (152)

    Mondays & Fridays @ Lunch

Trinity Club -- Ms. Mayani (B5)

    Tuesdays @ Lunch

United Students -- Mr. Chang (753)


EduCare Programs. (Room 200)

Urban Movement


Art Club

Driver's Education


Open Gym and Body and Strength Conditioning

Spirit Squad Conditioning

AM and PM Resource Center

Take Action Campaign