Under the supervision of Ms. Kavanagh and Mr. Fournier, students from grades 9 through 11 plan, organize and run events throughout the school year.
The leadership program is offered to grade 9, 10 and 11 students that demonstrate leadership potential through their behaviour and academic achievements.
Our grade 9, 10 and 11 Leadership option classes work in conjunction to coordinate and carry out the following events for the entire student body:
Staff Appreciation Week
Terry Fox Run
Leader Day Leadership Conference
Grade 6 mini-day
Student Registration Days
World Vision 30-Hour Famine
Help with the annual Can Food Drive
Make the Right Choice Day
Student Activity Fair
Some leadership students get to opportunity to participate in leadership conferences such as the Canadian National Leadership Conference (CSLC) and the California State Leadership Conference (CASL).
LCCHS Leadership is a member of :
In all of the leadership classes, students will develop a variety of
- Group Dynamics, Teamwork
- Organizational Skills
- Self Awareness
- Human Relations
Secondary 3 (2 credits)
This course helps students develop the skills necessary to plan student activities as well as many major school events. This course is an introduction to Leadership theory and principles.
Secondary 4 (2 credits)
This course helps students further develop the skills necessary to plan student activities as well as many major school events. This course covers a wide range of Leadership theory and principles, through workshops and fieldwork.
Secondary 5 Leadership 544 (4 credits and 2 credits)
This course is designed to provide students with opportunities to grow as people and to learn how to work in-group settings. Throughout the year, students will participate in workshops and organize many of the school’s major events.
“Research has shown that Student Leadership and involvement in school activities boosted student and school morale.”
“When students are involved in their school, they truly feel
that they belong.”