Valley Lutheran's various extra-curricular clubs and organizations are designed to give students the opportunity to learn new skills, engage in activities that interest them, and learn to work together. The Clubs and Organizations offered change as students' interests change.
The Valley Lutheran Drama Club offers students the opportunity to participate in all phases of a theatrical production from acting on stage, to set and technical design, to publicity and more. Each year the Drama Club presents at least two major productions.
2013 Spring Musical - Seussical the Musical
Join us on May 2, 3, & 4 at 7pm in the VLHS Gymnasium
General Admission Tickets: Adults $7 Students $5Director - Mr. Barry Wittig
The 2013 Winter performance features 2 plays - ""Soap Opera" and "Harvey", directed by Renee Brenner and Jeanette Weilnau. They will be performed on Feb. 15 and 16 at Delta College's Lecture Theater (Room G 160) starting at 7pm.
Contact Paul Eschmann (989-790-1676) for more information about the Drama Club.
Student Council gives students the chance to develop and strengthen leadership and organizational skills as they lead a wide variety of student activities. In addition, Student Council also serves as a sounding board for student views of issues that face the school. Student Council members also have the opportunity to meet with other schools through regional and Tri-Valley Conference student council events. Council members are elected by their classmates in several ways ranging from whole school Executive Council elections to individual homeroom and club elections. The Student Council Advisors are Kris Flora and John Mueller.
National Honor Society (NHS) is part of a national organization with a long history of recognizing students for scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The NHS members serve the school and community in a number of ways including two blood drives held in the fall and spring of the year in conjunction with the Michigan Community Blood Center. The NHS advisors are Barb Doyle and Heath Vincent.
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) is part of a national organization that promotes positive decision making on the part of students. The organization seeks to provide students with positive social activities, accurate information concerning the impact of poor decisions, and prayer for the well being of fellow students. The SADD advisor is Renee Brenner.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. In the process they become more aware of community needs as they develop their own skills, especially in relating well to others. The Key Club Advisors are Bev Feldkamp and Steve Zill.
Students for Life promotes respect for life from the moment of conception to a natural death. SFL works with Right to Life of Saginaw County, and is active in spreading their message through such activities as school chapel services, distributing information on pro-life issues, and urging voters to vote pro-life. The SFL Advisor is Lisa Meyers.
Retrospect (yearbook) and Charger Chronicle (newspaper) give students the opportunity to develop writing, photography, computer, business and organizational skills as they are involved with all aspects of publication. The Retrospect Advisor is Bev Feldkamp and the Charger Chronicle Advisor is Jeanette Weilnau.
The Environmental Club seeks to take positive steps to be good stewards of God's creation through their activities and making students aware of environmental issues. The club advisor is Ben Cooper.
Quiz Bowl gives students a chance to compete in an academic related round robin competition with area schools. The competition is sponsored by the Saginaw Northwest Kiwanis and involves questions from every academic discipline and current events. The Quiz Bowl team is advised by Beverly Feldkamp.
Math Contests are held periodically during the school year. Students participate in competitive events sponsored by local colleges. The advisor is Barb Doyle.
The Law Day - Mock Trial competition is held in conjunction with the Law Day celebrations sponsored by the Saginaw County Bar Association. Students serving as lawyers, witnesses or jury members are "coached" by an active member of the County Bar Association. They are advised by Lisa Meyers.
Moms in Prayer is an organization for mothers who meet regularly to pray for our school, the teachers, administrators and, of course, our children. Prayer is the greatest gift that can be given and we invite anyone to join the group. Please contact Linda Rogers if you have any questions.
Evening Moms In Prayer (7:00-8:00 p.m.)