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Booster Clubs

Academic Booster Clubs

ATM (Applied Technology Magnet)

The ATM program is a high tech program designed for students to increase their skills in technology, as well as academics. The ATM program has both a professional (university bound) and technical pathway in order to accommodate various ability levels and needs. Students must have an interest in computer and/or technology electives. Students may only enter the program in their freshman year, with average reading ability, and an interest in computer/technology. Priority is given to students continuing in the program from middle school.

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ATM Webpage

ATM Booster Club Webpage

Upcoming Meeting Dates: Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 19 (subject to change), no meeting in Dec., Jan. 26, Feb. 23, Mar. 29 (subject to change), Apr. 26, May 24 (subject to change)



The mission of the HERO Academy is to provide high quality education in order to improve student performance and to prepare students to be positive, productive members of the work force and the community.

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Hero Academy Webpage

Upcoming Meeting Dates:




The Lakewood High School Merit Scholars program provides a university pathway for gifted, talented, and motivated students. The program offers a rigorous curriculum that challenges students to think critically, to express ideas clearly and to develop precision in academic research and quantitative analysis. Merit Scholars must be committed to academic achievement in an intensive and competitive environment.

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Merit Scholars Webpage

Merit Scholars Booster Club Webpage

Upcoming Meeting Dates:


April 8th, 2013- 6:15 in the Library

May 13th, 2013- 7 PM in the Library (last meeting of the year)





As a member of the NJROTC, we are dedicated to the Core Values of HONOR,COURAGE,and COMMITMENT to build the foundation of trust and leadership upon which our NJROTC Unit is based. These are the principals which will give us strength and guide us in daily activities; we will be faithful to these Core Values as our abiding duty and privilege.

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NJROTC Webpage



Odyssey Academy is committed to advancing the total personal and academic literacy of each student by preparing him or her for success at the university level. Our time-tested strategies promote learning real world skills: problem solving, time management, organization and developing personal skills: responsibility, teamwork and positive interdependence; all essential for living in a global community.

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Odyssey Academy Webpage

Odyssey Academy Booster Club Webpage

Upcoming Meeting Dates:


April 8th, 2013- 7:30 PM in the Library

May 6th, 2013- 7 PM in the Library (last meeting of the year)


PALMS (Personal Achievement through Leadership, Merit and Service)

The mission of PALMS is to enhance and encourage each student’s character and academic strengths in order to best fulfill university and employment plans after high school graduation. Professions that require working with the public also require those qualities in the PALMS name: Leadership for initiating and innovating ideas; Merit to demonstrate high quality academic thought and solid integrity and citizenship; and, Service, the giving of one’s talents to enhance and encourage the achievement of others.

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PALMS Webpage


TCB Scholars (Trade Commerce and Business Scholars)

TCB Scholars is an academy whose focus is making a difference in the world. Although it is geared to business related fields, TCB prepares the students to invest their knowledge of the world in classroom studies and rigorous courses that prepare the students for the “real world” and higher education. Students in the program will also communicate with other students around the world in order to be globally conscious. TCB offers global awareness experiences, business preparation, and a curriculum that meets “A-G” college requirements which include: Core Academic Courses, The Arts, AP classes, ROPPrograms, Athletics and AVID.

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TCB Scholars Webpage


The Arts Academy

The ARTSAcademyat LakewoodHigh Schoolis a place for students with a desire for inspiration and self-expression to explore the creativity in the world around them. Students in the ARTSAcademyare given the opportunity to discover their artistic voice, develop the expression of their artistic voice, and direction to life long success.At the center of the ARTSAcademyare five key electives designed to help creative teens develop communication skills using their voice, body, and imagination. All members of the ARTSAcademywill be expected to complete these five required ARTS electives:

  1. Performing Arts: Dance or Theater
  2. Fine Arts: Drawing Painting
  3. Music: Exploring Music, Concert Choir, or Guitar
  4. Liberal Arts: Creative Writing
  5. Visual Arts: New Media

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The Arts Academy Webpage

The Arts Academy Booster Club Webpage

Upcoming Meeting Dates:

Activity Booster Clubs

The Gradnite Booster Club

Would like to extend an invitation to parents of all grade levels

Come join us!

Our Goal:

To provide a safe and fun-filled alternative for our graduates.

We meet in LHS Library from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Upcoming Meeting Dates:

February, 10, 2015

March 10, 2015

April 14, 2015

May 12, 2015

June 9, 2015 (mandatory)


Athletic Booster Clubs

Girls Soccer

Upcoming Meeting Dates:

March - 6:30 PMin Room 922

April - 6:30 PMin room 922

May - 6:30 PMin room 922


Boys Soccer Booster Club

Upcoming Meeting Dates:

February 14
March 14
April 11
May 9 - Last meeting, Elect Officers