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National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is dedicated to the development of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. NHS members plan and perform various service and leadership activities throughout the school year. Students are first eligible for selection at the end of the sophomore year. Candidates need a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher, at least three leadership roles, several hours of community service, and character references.


Resiliency training at LLHS

Lakeside's National Honor Society officers—along with Karen Fischer, a counselor from Christian Family Solutions—kicked off our six-session resiliency training.
Using the Cornerstone curriculum, a three-person team from CFS then met with students in every religion class, equipping them with tools and strategies to develop their resilience, enhance their quality of life, and decrease stress and anxiety.
Lakeside is the first high school in the nation to offer resiliency training through Cornerstone!

NHS Snack Drive

During December, our NHS members collected and packaged 50 gift bags for
Lighthouse Youth Center of Milwaukee. Each pack contains snacks as well as some Under Armour socks. A few Chick Fil A gift cards and Kwik Trip vouchers were included too.
Tosses for Teens logo
LLHS NHS, in partnership with Christian Family Solutions, hosted “Tosses for Teens” on Nov. 17, 2019,  to raise funds and to bring awareness to the growing need for mental health support for teens. 
Lakeside students qualify for up to five free sessions with a licensed Christian counselor. CFS serves 28 high schools and prep schools with this Christian counseling.