Activities & Athletics
ASB & Clubs
Lindbergh High provides opportunities for all students to be involved in decision making and development of student activities. Every enrolled student is a member of the Associated Student Body (ASB) at Lindbergh. Student elections for ASB and class officers are held each spring.
The ASB Executive Branch is the elected Executive Board and includes your ASB President, ASB Vice-President, ASB Secretary, ASB Treasurer, the four Class Presidents, and the Public Relations Officer. The ASB Legislative Branch consists of the Senate, with elected representatives from each 2nd period class. It is chaired by the ASB Vice President, with the ASB Secretary acting as Senate Secretary. Senator elections are held near the beginning of each semester.
|ASB President||Annol Kaur|
|ASB Vice President||Deigo Dumlao|
|ASB Secretary||Richenda Garcia|
|ASB Treasurer||Tushar Gautam|
|ASB Public Relations||Sophia Dang|
|ASB Advisor||Ms. Willhite|
|Class Office||Class of 2023||Class of 2024||Class of 2025||Class of 2026|
|President||Keegan Dompier||Kyle Burris||Alyssa Ta||Jazlyn Makepa|
|Vice President||Loheet Kumaran||Abigail Alindayu||Abdul Gilbert||Alaiza Kemp|
|Secretary||Leann Luong||Elliot Adams||Lyric Ancheta||Evelyn Gonzalez|
|Treasurer||Kevin Schwartz||Latham Walker||Cyrah Valencia||Zakariye Mohamed|
|Public Relations||Mia Behnke||Monserrat Encarnacion||Nancy Ta||Amy (Nghi) Vo|
|Advisor||Ms. Leon Masaya / Ms. Perkins||Ms. Park||Open||Mr. Ozbun|
|Spirit Coordinator||Sophia Raymond|
|Social Media Coordinator||Ava Talmadge|
|Running Start Coordinator||Mumina Guled|
Find an activity or club that interests you and become involved! All clubs and activities must be chartered by the ASB to be recognized as an official organization. Charter applications are available from Mr. Rencher (AP) or Ms. Delaney (ASB Advisor). All students must have purchased an ASB sticker to join a club or organization. See the list below for clubs & advisors.
|Alphabet Soup Club||Open|
|Anime Club||Ms. Weir|
|Culinary Club||Ms. Miller|
|Drumline Club||Ms. Hikida|
|Eagle Crew||Mr. Virden/Ms. Park|
|Environmental Club||Ms. Moran|
|Honor Society||Ms. Cowart|
|International Club||Ms. Leon Masaya|
|Japanese Club||Ms. Weir|
|KEY Club||Ms. Lam|
|Knitting Club||Ms. Travis/Ms. Cato|
|Poetic Justice||Mr. Leininger|
|Pro Justice Union||Mr. Leininger|
|Robotics Club||Mr. Lowrey|
|Skills USA||Mr. Goodwin|
|Volleyball||Mr. Virden / Ms. Dalrymple|
School is a member of the KingCo League, which is governed by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) and participates in all athletic and other competitive programs of the league. Check out the LHS website for information about our athletic teams and schedules.
WIAA requires athletes to pass a minimum of four classes in the trimester prior to the sports season for which the student is turning out. WIAA also requires athletes to maintain a passing grade in at least four subjects in the current trimester. Renton School District requires athletes to have earned a 2.00 GPA in the semester prior to the current sports season. (Student athletes who do not meet this requirement may participate as a probationary athlete. Please visit the Athletic Director for details.)
- Physical Exam: Student athletes must have a physical exam once every two years. Physicals must be valid through the end of the season the student athlete is participating in. Physicals must be completed on Renton School District form.
- Medical Insurance: Proof of medical insurance which meets Renton School District minimums is required. Athletic insurance is available through the Athletic Office.
- Fees: Student athletes and managers must have paid the current season’s athletic fee, hold a current ASB card, and have no outstanding fines.
- Discipline: All detentions and Friday Morning Schools must be completed/served prior to athletic registration or clearance.
- Residency: The WIAA requires athletes to play in the district where their natural parent or court-appointed guardian resides. Any other arrangement may delay eligibility for one year.
NCAA Freshman Eligibility Standards
Students interested in attending a Division I college after high school and participating in athletics should be aware of the NCAA Division I standards for college entrance. As an incoming freshman, students must have both a minimum GPA and minimum ACT and/or SAT scores. For specific information on minimum requirements, please visit the Career Center or Athletic Office.
Lindbergh High School utilizes Renton Stadium both as a Home Team and a Visiting Team. Lindbergh students and spectators are expected to display good sportsmanship, regardless of the team we are matched against or the outcome of the game. During contests in which LHS is the visiting team, spectators and students are to sit on the North side of the stadium. Students must remain in the North side seating area throughout the game.
All stadium ticket booths and gates are closed after half-time. At the end of the game, they are reopened for spectators to leave the stadium.
In order to preserve the playing field and facilities at Renton Stadium, only those people on the authorized list will be allowed on the playing field. Spectators will remain outside the fence at all times. Sunflower seeds and flavored pop-like beverages are not allowed on the playing field or in the locker rooms at any time.