Academic Pentathlon is a five event competition where teams of students showcase their knowledge in the areas of fine arts, literature, math, science, and social science.
COLLEGE & CAREER EXPLORATION
Welcome to ACEs! Here you will find all the handouts needed to complete your ACEs. Please print out the ACEs handout (choose correct handout for your grade level). Once you do that, you can decide which activities you would like to complete. Be sure to complete activities only for your grade level! Copies are also available in the Media Center. See Mrs. Barro or Mrs. Villalobos if you have any questions!
Green Team is a club led by students that meets regularly to promote environmental awareness in the community and on campus. Green Team built and maintains a school garden, which was expanded with the help of IUSD's own maintenance crew and the Middle School Program, hosted by the city! Additional projects include increasing recycling effort on campus and gathering compostable waste to nourish our garden. See how we've grown!
HOLOCAUST ART & WRITING
An art and writing contest open to all students. More information is available here.
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY
Student led and teacher guided projects that are entered in a National History Day Competition.
NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in Lakeside's National Junior Honor Society is a special privilege for students who earn high academic marks, and have a desire to give back to the community. Students who earn a 4.0 for one trimester and all Os and Ss can join the group and participate. The group meets throughout the year to participate in school-wide and community-based projects. Past projects include the following:
Scrapbooking for senior citizens
Food drives for local food banks
Relay For Life
Toy drives for children with cancer
Animal shelter blanket-making
Sponsored by Irvine Public Schools Foundations in partnership with Broadcom Foundation, the IUSD Science Fair gives students the opportunity to submit their science project for judging. Community volunteers judge projects and interview students, reviewing the exhibit and the project notebook. Students range from Grades 6 - 12 with either a Life, Physical, Earth and Space, Environmental, or Engineering project category.
The Orange County Spelling Bee provides students with an opportunity to improve their spelling abilities, increase their vocabularies, and develop proper English usage. These important skills support success in school and help prepare students for college and careers. This countywide spelling competition for students in grades six through eight is coordinated by the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) in partnership with the Orange County Register. The champion of our local competition will have the opportunity to represent Orange County at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.