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​Art ClubMs. Finlayson \ Mrs. Ford
All year; meet once a weet in Room 122
All grades
Art Club members meet weekly to work on creative projects while gaining new technical skills. Students will experiment with a variety of media including clay, various types of paint and drawing materials.
​Beyond OurselvesMrs. Mueller / Ms. Gruben
All year; Tuesdays at lunch
All grades

We raise money through Pie in the Face and other fundraisers for local and overseas projects and make up gift baskets for students experiencing death in the family or serious illness
​Concert Band
​Ms. McKay
All year; Tuesday and Thursday, 7-8am; Room 100
All grades
​Concert Band is an instrumental ensemble consisting of woodwinds, brass, strings and percussion. The group performs a variety of music including rock, pop, latin, traditional concert band repertoire, pep band music, and performs at community parades, hockey games, all of LCCVI’s ceremonial functions, and Music Nights at the VPP. Previous experience on an instrument and the ability to read music notation are required.
​Drama Club
​All year; Wednesdays at lunch in Room 150
All grades
​Drama Club offers students a chance to get involved in theatre-based activities throughout the school year. With weekly meetings to play games and plan events, everyone is encouraged to attend and participate. Drama club members can also choose to be involved in the production of school-wide events either as a performer or by helping behind the scenes.
​Environmental Club
Ms. Rogan
All year; Fridays in Room 216
All grades


The Environmental Club is designed to focus on student interest in environmental issues. We have participated in the Ontario Envirothon, improved the courtyard, been involved in recycling and contributed to the purchase of our first water refilling station.
French trip to
St. Donat
​Mme. Casademont
Winter
All grades
​Students have a opportunity to practice their French skills in real life situations and learn about Québec culture. They also practice a variety of outdoor sports such as alpine and cross crountry skiing, snow shoeing, skating and much more.
GSAMrs. Gruben / Mr. Irwin
All year; Mondays at lunch
All grades
​Gay - straight alliance. All are welcome. Focus on concerns that affect LGBTQ students in our school
​International Frienship Club​Mrs. Love
All year; Occasionally, in room 110
All grades
​The IFC supports new international students as they integrate into LCCVI school life and Canadian culture. Members will assist individually or in pairs throughout the year, and meet as a whole group approximately four times a year for activities like the welcome party and international potluck.
​Jazz Attack
​Ms. McKay
All year; Tuesday and Thursday; 2:35 to 3:45pm; Room 100
All grades
​Jazz Attack is an auditioned, four-part harmony vocal ensemble for students in grade 9 through 12, and features a full rhythm section (piano, guitar, bass, drums). The group performs a wide variety of music, including jazz, pop, rock, latin, and more, at such events as LCCVI’s Commencement, Music Nights at the VPP, school tours, and other community events.
​Jazz Combo
​Ms. McKay
All year; Mutually convenient days/times; Room 100
All grades
​Jazz Combo is an instrumental chamber ensemble for advanced music students who are interested in additional challenge and development in small group and solo performance. The group consists of a combination of rhythm section (piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums) and solo instruments (ideally saxophone, trumpet and/or trombone), and performs at various fundraisers and community events. Advanced performance level and involvement with the other LCCVI Music ensembles are required.
​Music Executive
​Ms. McKay
All year round; Fridays at lunch in room 100
Grades 10 to 12
​Music Executive is a group of leaders that plan activities for the Music Department at LCCVI. Examples include music nights, elementary school tours, and fundraisers. Applications to be on Music Executive for the upcoming school year are available in late May/early June.
Reach for the Top
​Ms. Rogan
Fall and winter; Wednesdays at lunch
All grades
​Reach for the Top is an academic competition with teams of 4 players that covers topics from math, French, movies, trivia, history, English and much more. The team competes in a league with other schools in the LKDSB and the SCCDSB. There are two levels, Junior (grades 9 and 10) and Senior (grades 11 and 12). There are three day tournaments during the year. 
​OSAIDMs. Brown
All year; Mondays at lunch in room 215
Grades 10-12
O.S.A.I.D. (Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving) encourages the student population to practice responsible choices and to never drive while impaired. O.S.A.I.D. organizes activities such as Car Crash Day and the M.A.D.D. Assembly. Our purpose is to raise awareness about the dangers of driving while impaired or distracted.
​Prom Committee
​Mrs. Wright-Boyd
Wednesdays at lunch, tentatively
All grades
​Prom committee plans, organizes and decorates the biggest spring formal event at the school for the senior students. We encourage younger students to get involved as well, so that they may help decorate and serve food on the night of the big event.
​Stage Band
Ms. McKay
All year; Fridays at 7am in room 100
All grades
Stage Band is an instrumental ensemble that features saxophones, trombones, trumpets and full rhythm section (piano, guitar, bass, drums, auxiliary percussion). The group performs a wide variety of music, including jazz, blues, pop, rock, latin, funk, and more, at such events as local hockey games, school tours, corporate celebrations, LCCVI’s Awards Ceremonies and Music Nights at the VPP. Previous experience on an instrument listed above, involvement in either Concert Band or Jazz Attack (rhythm section), and the ability to read music notation are required.
​Student Council
​Mrs. Burnard
All year; Mondays at lunch in the Heritage Room
All grades
​Student Council is an elected group of students who plan events during the school year such as Registration, Frosh Week, Homecoming, Spirit Days and assemblies. Students are elected in the spring for the following school year.
​TNT​Mrs. Mueller / Mrs. Love
All year; Thursdays at lunch in the amphitheatre
All grades
​TNT (Teens Need Truth) includes around 40 students who meet to do mixer games and hear a message of faith
​Wellness​Ms. Manser
All year;Tuesday at lunch in room 312
All grades
​Wellness teaches and encourages healthy active lifestyle choices

Information about our clubs and activities is shared in our student planner and during morning announcements.

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Lambton Central Collegiate & Vocational Institute
4141 Dufferin Ave, Petrolia, ON, N0N 1R0
519-882-1860
Principal: Gregory Nemcek
Vice Principal: Nathan Jeffrey
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