Lake Michigan Catholic Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in a selection of extracurricular activities. Information about these programs is listed below.
Members of the MSHS Drama Club present a play in the Fall & Spring each year. Typically the spring production is a musical. It is not unusual to have 50-70 middle and high school students participate in these productions and they are very well done. For additional information, contact Mrs. Wendy Golob at (269) 930-2371.
LMC joins Bridgman to form a co-op Equestrian Club. Riders participate in 1 competition each season. The 2016-17 LMC/Bridgman team won the MIHA District 3 Division C Championship!
Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people ages 14 to 18. Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but they are self-governing and self-supporting. This community Interact Club is sponsored by the St. Joseph-Benton Harbor Rotary Club. Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of:
• Developing leadership skills and personal integrity
• Demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others
• Understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard work
• Advancing international understanding and goodwill
Thank you Mrs. Kibler for modeling leadership skills by volunteering to be our advisor!
Liturgical Music Ensemble
Lake Michigan Catholic Schools provides a rich worship environment for students in the middle and high school, led by the school’s Liturgical Music Ensemble. This group is comprised of students in grades 6-12. The choir consists of a diverse mix of vocalists and instrumentalists who provide the student body and staff with a wide variety of both contemporary and classical music for worship.
Website: The Mighty Michigan Mechanics – M3 – FTC Team 9883
Our mission is to help students develop skills and traits needed to be successful in the 21st century.
Middle School students use the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics to design and build robots that complete a specified task.
Middle and High School students have the opportunity to participate in Ski Club during the winter months. Students go to Timber Ridge Ski Resort in Gobles once a week (weather permitting) to ski and snowboard.
4th – 9th grade students have the opportunity to take lessons in the cello, viola and violin in a program established with the Citadel in Benton Harbor. Transportation to the after school lessons will be provided by the school. Parents will be responsible to pick up their children after the lesson.
Note: Band and Art courses are offered as a part of our regular curriculum.
Every year, the 8th grade students go to Five Pines Camp in the fall. Each student is challenged to achieve a new goal on the high ropes course and the tree climbing course. They learn team building and goal setting skills that they will use for the entire school year and beyond.
Every spring, the 6th grade takes an overnight camping trip to Camp Friedenswald in Cassopolis. They spend their time developing positive peer relationships through team-building activities and participate in outdoor recreational activities, such as archery and canoeing.