Mt. Lebanon High School
Activities ~ Clubs ~ Organizations 2018-2019

The following list is a list of the activities and clubs currently offered at the high school. In September of each year, the Student Activities office hosts a Student Activities Day during the three lunch periods. Students are encouraged to eat their lunch and then browse by the tables set up in Center Court and the skywalk for all of the high school's clubs and activities. Students interested in a particular activity can can gather information and sign up to be a member of any of the following clubs and activities.

An asterisk (*) Indicates a school sponsored activity. Clubs/organizations without an asterisk are student initiated and considered non-school sponsored activities. Each non-school sponsored activity must go through an annual application process.

*Academic Games

Students participate in six local tournaments where they compete in social studies, language arts, and mathematics games. Qualifiers may also compete at the national tournament.

Mr. Brad Kavo, sponsor

*Art Club

This club welcomes all students, whether or not you are an art student, to come and work on new or existing art projects with fellow creative classmates.

Mrs. Jennifer Rodriquez, sponsor

*Band - Concert, Jazz, Marching

Concert, Marching & Jazz: Members must be skilled in playing an instrument. Concert Band and Wind Ensemble are credited and scheduled course.

Mr. Jason Cheskawich, sponsor

Blender Club

The goals are to get the members excited about the Free and Open Source (FOSS) software, Blender, a professional and cross-platform, platform for 3D graphics, animation, Match Moving, VFX, and much more.

Mr. Al D'Alo, sponsor

Cafeteria Advisory Council

The council will meet with the Mt. Lebanon District Food Service director provide feed back and offer suggestions. The objective is to establish a link between the students and the Food Service department.

Mr. Nolen Fetchko and Mr. John Saban, sponsors

Card Game Club

This club meets weekly and the members participate in miscellaneous card games such as Magic the Gathering, Hearthstone, Yu-Gi-Oh, and others

Mr. Mike Hathy, sponsor

*Chamber Chorus

Chamber Choir is a co-ed auditioned ensemble for Juniors and Seniors only. Students must be enrolled in Concert Choir to audition. Classical, chamber style repertoire is the primary focus. Rehearsals and performance opportunities outside of school are a requirement of this ensemble.

Mr. Ethan LaPlaca,sponsor

Chess Club

Members will play chess and teach new members the game.

Mr. Rolf Briegel, sponsor

Chinese Club

The purpose of the club is to socialize by hosting cultural events, make friends, speak Chinese, watch Chinese films, read Chinese books, and help others through tutoring.

Mrs. Michelle Ritchey, sponsor

Coding Gals

This club works to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities

Mr. Chris Stengel, sponsor

Computer Club

The members meet every other week to share information regarding current topics of their choosing. The topics could include 3D rendering, a new language, or interesting algorithms. Team work and brainstorming will occur as members work together on projects.

Mr. Tom Jackson, sponsor

*Concert Chorus

Students experience group participation in choral performances. Concert Choir is a credited, scheduled course.

Mr. Ethan LaPlaca, sponsor

Cooking 101

Members will learn the basics of cooking and baking. they plan to have fun making a variety of recipes.

Mrs. Annamarie Cupp, sponsor

*Dance Company

The Dance Company studies, choreographs and presents public performances. Dance Company is a credited, scheduled course entered through an audition process.

Mrs. Ce Ce Kapron, sponsor

*Devil’s Advocate (Mt. Lebanon High School"s newspaper)

The high school newspaper is published monthly. To participate, students must be enrolled in the Journalism Production class (Journalism 1 is a prerequisite). Journalism production is a credited, scheduled course.

Mrs. Dawn Begor, sponsor

*Environmental Club

This club promotes environmental awareness and conservation at school and in the community. Students will promote conservation through recycling, reducing energy use, and participating in school and community environmental projects.

Mrs. Laura Wilcox & Mr. Rob Bergstresser, sponsors

*Evening Theatre Company

Evening Theatre Company is a class that produces evening theatrical productions in November and March. Pre-requisites include Theatre I, II, III, and Daytime Theatre Company.

Ms. Jennifer Majetic, sponsor

*Executive Class Councils

Students in grades 9-12 interested in serving the school and in fostering school spirit may join their class council at any time. Class Councils meet once a week in the Sponsor's classroom prior to Homeroom.

Mrs. Judith Kolko, Student Activities Director and Class Advisors:

Senior Class: Mr. Darren McGregor, Junior Class: Mr. Jim Willison,

Sophomore Class: Mrs. Laura Erdeljac, Freshman Class: Mr. Andrew Kuskil

Fashion Club

Discuss current trends, create DIY projects, learn about careers in the fashion industry, and organize a fashion show or a clothing drive.

Mrs. Sharon Silver & Mrs. Annamarie Cupp, sponsors

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

This club ministers and provides fellowship through competitive athletics.

Mr. Oscar Shutt, sponsor


Students will learn the art of using a foil or epee and participate in local competitions.

Mrs. Irene Duda, sponsor

Film Club

The purpose of the Film Club is to provide a venue for viewing and discussing important works of cinema. It will foster appreciation and discussion of classic and contemporary films.

Mr. Chris Sobieralski, sponsor

*Forensics (Speech & Debate) Team

This is a nationally affiliated group that provides debate and forensic opportunities.

Mrs Betsy Teti (not a faculty member), sponsor

*French Club

The French Club organizes activities to promote the appreciation of the French language and the many francophone cultures around the world.

Mrs. Nancy Campbell, sponsor

*Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Business and Liberal Arts activity for students that fosters community service, competition, and leadership through attendance at conferences and workshops as well as competitions. Qualifiers may also compete at the state and national levels.

Mrs. Amanda Checque, sponsor

Gay, Straight Alliance (Mt. Lebanon GSA)

Our goal is to create a safe environment for kids who are members of the LGBT community, also for people not in the community, to ask questions and be educated about LGBT issues.

Mrs Pam Harris, sponsor

*German Club

This club provides activities for students to speak and understand German.

Mrs. Peg Meyers, sponsor

*Law and Society

Members will participate in any of three levels of engagement by a) learning about, exchanging views, and potentially engaging in public meetings about the First Amendment; b) examining career options in law, including hearing from speakers and professionals, c) participating in Mock Trial demonstrations.

Mr. Peter DiNardo, sponsor


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Mr. Bill Erdeley (not a faculty member), sponsor

*Homeroom Representatives

In September, each Homeroom selects two representatives. Duties include: picking up mail from the homeroom mailboxes in the A.O. attending monthly Student Council meetings, and keeping the homeroom up-to-date on all current school information.

Homeroom teachers and Mrs. Judith Kolko, sponsors

Human Rights Club

Students participate in about how to protect human rights.

Mr. David Black, sponsor

Intramural Dance Club

This club will provide an opportunity for students of all skill levels to dance with their peers.

Ms. Madelon TIeman, sponsor

*Intramural Sports

A variety of intramural sports are available and may be organized according to student interest. All students are eligible to participate except the members of interscholastic squads of the same sport.

Mr. Mark DeBernardis, sponsor

*Lebanon LOG (Mt. Lebanon High School's yearbook)

This is the high school yearbook. Students work on this publication throughout the year. The book is published and distributed in the spring. To participate, students must be enrolled in the Journalism Production class (Journalism 1 is a prerequisite). Journalism Production is a credited, scheduled course.

Mrs. Bev Jones, sponsor

*Latin Club

This club provides activities for students interested in Roman culture and travel.

Mr. Chris Sobieralski, sponsor


This group is dedicated to enhancing the lives of intellectually disabled students who attend Mt. Lebanon High School. Students participate in social activities throughout the year to increase communication, understanding , and most importantly, have fun. All are welcome.

Mr. Adam Vlcek and Mrs. Jodi Dunlap, sponsors

Link Crew

Students apply to become a member in the Spring of their junior and/or senior year. These selected members offer guidance and support to all freshmen throughout the school year.

Ms. Katelyn Deet, Mr. Mike Locke, Mrs. Shelly Saba, and Mrs. Christy Smith, sponsors

*Men's Ensemble

This group is part of the Choir music performance program. Auditions are required.

Mr. Ethan LaPlaca, sponsor

*Model United Nations

Student teams represent countries in the United Nations at area competitions.

Mr. George Savarese & Mr. Adam Lumish, sponsors


The orchestra is open to interested students proficient in instruments of a symphony orchestra. Orchestra is a credited, scheduled course. The wind and percussion players are selected by audition.

Mr. Robert Vogel, sponsor

*Percussion Ensemble

This group is a segment of the band which performs concert percussion. Student instrumentalists are proficient in several instruments such as drums, xylophone, maraca, etc. Auditions are required.

Mr. Richard Minnotte (not a faculty member), sponsor

*Photography Club

Students will use provided digital and film cameras to learn to take pictures, edit software, and complete an array of hands-on projects.

Mr. Andrew Kuskil, sponsor

Politics and Pizza

This club will provide an environment where mediated political discussion can be had while eating pizza. Idea and opinions not commonly discussed will be encouraged.

Mr. Thad Merriman, sponsor

*Principal’s Advisory Council

Students from each grade level meet monthly with the principal to discuss issues of importance in the high school.

Mr. Brian McFeeley, sponsor

*PULSE (Students' Literary magazine)

PULSE uses web-based publication methods to produce a multi-media arts web disc that reflects the best poetry, fiction, photography, short film, art, and music the school has to offer.

Mrs. Patricia Shine and Mrs. Sherri Miller, sponsors

Manga Club

Students will blend the Japanese style of art with Japanese storytelling. They will discuss Japanese pop culture and will assist the library with magna purchases.

Mrs. Christy Smith, sponsor

*Rockettes and Silks

These groups comprise the dance line and the flag/rifle squad for the Blue Devil Marching Band. Instructional clinics and auditions for these two groups are held annually in the spring.

Mrs. Stephanie Enedy (not a faculty member), sponsor

Me to We

This club's purpose is to help the community through different volunteering opportunities. They will help through different organizations and groups.

Mr. Pete DiNardo, sponsor

Science Bowl

Science Bowl is a club of 12 to 16 students who practice biweekly for a quiz show competition in the spring semester.

Mrs. Pam Harris & Mr. Josh Bilak, sponsors

*Science Club

Students will do original science, mathematics, or computer science research and compete in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science and the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair with that research.

Mr. Josh Bilak & Mr. Kyle Tilger, sponsors

*Ski Club

Members plan and work out details for ski trips during the season.

Mr. Rob Bergstresser & Mr. Andrew Kuskil, sponsor

*Spanish Club

This club is for students interested in Spanish culture and in speaking the language.

Ms. Sue Quintero, sponsor

*Stage Crew

The crew is responsible for staging and lighting for all auditorium and Fine Arts Theatre events for school and rental groups.

Mr. Dave Stoklosa, sponsor

*Student Council

This organization includes the Class Executive Councils, homeroom representatives, club representatives and the class sponsors. This club plans school-wide activities, publicizes school events, promotes school spirit, develops leadership skills, and oversees student fundraising projects. Student Council also serves as the governing body for the high school's students.

Ms. Katelyn Deet and Mrs. Judith Kolko, sponsors

*Student Curriculum Advisory Council (SCAC)

Students work with school administrators to discuss and evaluate the academic program.

Mrs. Tara Leja, sponsor

*Triple Trio

This group is part of the Choral Music performance program. Auditions are required.

Mr. Ethan LaPlaca, sponsor

The Ultimate Club - Frisbee

This non-contact team sport mixes the best features of soccer, basketball, and American football. Members practice regularly and play against other high school teams within the Pittsburgh High School Ultimate League (PHUL).

Mr. Stu Snodgrass, sponsor

*Winter Guard

Winter Guard occurs typically during November – April. Students utilize skills in dance, flag, rifle & saber at local competitions in high school gymnasiums. The group rehearses approximately 10-12 hours per week after school and typically attends approximately 10 competitions through the season.

Mrs. Stephanie Enedy (not a faculty member), sponsor

Math Club

Members will solve higher level math problems and prepare for the AMC Math contest.

Mrs. Lynn Cherner and Mr. Todd Forsyth, sponsors

Young Entrepreneurs

The purpose of the club is to provide a basic description and understanding of how businesses and entrepreneurship work while incorporating interactive exercises to enhance the understanding of concepts and to have fun.

Mrs. Lisa Hoover, sponsor

Mt. Lebanon High School Crew Team

The term crew is used in American schools and colleges to designate the sport of rowing. Although the Club competes throughout the academic year, it is recognized as a spring sport for varsity letter awarding purposes and the biggest competitions take place in the spring season. Additional information about this sport can be obtained at

Mr. Alan Engel (not a faculty member), sponsor

*Morning Announcements

Students operate the TV Studio equipment and read the morning announcements. Please see Mr. Briegel in classroom C303 or email him at to learn more about the club.

Mr. Rolf Briegel, sponsor

*MTLSN Productions - TV Production and Editing

This organization provides opportunities for students interested in television production and editing.

Ms. Michelle Kramer, sponsor

Music Cross-Age Tutoring (MC-AT)

High school musicians go to Mellon Middle School to tutor younger musicians and instill an early passion for music in them.

Mr. Pierce Cook, sponsor

Music Appreciation Club

This club is a venue for members to share their love of music with one another. They will listen to recorded music, watch video performances, and host live musicians. The focus will be on lyrics, melody, instrumentation, and arrangement

Mr. Dan Petrich, sponsor.

*Connections Club

This club helps new students get used to the high school and from connections with other Mt. Lebanon High School students.

Mrs. Keary McFeeley and Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider, sponsors

Cyber Security Club

Students will discuss up-to-date cyber security news and how to stay safe.

Dungeons and Dragons

To provide a fun and exciting environment in which to play Dungeons and Dragons. The club meets after school.

Mr. Mike Hathy, sponsor


The goal is to organize animal toy drives, animal treats drives, and/or animal food drives for animal shelters such as Animal Friends.

Mrs. Laura Wilcox, sponsor.

Helping Hands for Haiti

The objective of this club is to make the members aware of the problems happening in Haiti. Discussions will center on how to help with these problems and on the comparison of Mt. Lebanon High School to the schools in Haiti.

Mr. Ben Erdeljac, sponsor

*Odyssey of the Mind

This organization includes students who participate in creative problem-solving competitions. Students will meet on a regular basis to learn and develop spontaneous problem solving skills and to plan long-term projects.

Ms. Michelle Dreyfuss (not a faculty member), sponsor

*Technology Student Association

Members will have the opportunity to showcase their technology skills and competencies with other students through local, regional, state, and national competitions.

Mr. Larry Johnson and Mr. Andrew Kuskil, sponsors

Culture Club

Students are exposed to and charged to learn and understand cultures around the world in order to create a more accepting and informed community, to clarify any misconceptions in an environment where a student feels that their opinions and cultures are valued and not judged in any way.

Mr. Casey Bowles, sponsor

Crochet Club

This club was formed to educate newcomers to the craft and to be a place where crocheters of all skill levels to meet and crochet.

Mrs. Rozalia Christulides, sponsor


This is a yearly presentation of the Fine Arts Department held in May. Auditions are held several months prior to the musical performances.

Mr. Robert Vogel, Mr. Greg Kuhar, Mrs. CeCe Kapron, and Mr. Ethan LaPlaca, sponsors

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