Resurrection Lutheran School offers a variety of academic, athletic, and fine art clubs where students are given the opportunity to compete, interact with peers in a supervised setting, and form relationships with adults. Most clubs focus on a specific area, thus allowing members to develop their skills and interests in that specific area and others are just for fun! While MathCounts, National Junior Honor Society, Drama, Art, Running/Cross Country, Golf, Robotics and Debate Clubs are now standard, Gamers, Entntrapeneur, Writing, Travel, Book Clubs and others have been incorporated. At RLS, we have the unique ability to tailor offerings each year in order to respond to the interests of our student community.
Explore challenges facing today’s scientists. Discover real-world math and science. Design and build a challenge-related model using LEGO elements. Create a Show Me Poster and practice presentation skills…
Resurrection Lutheran School is proud to announce the activation of our own chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. We will install our first group of inductees, Tuesday, March 28, 2017…
CROSS-COUNTRY CLUB (FALL)-RLS has partnered with NC Sports Performance to offer Cross Country to girls and boys in grades 3-8. Each athlete will receive a detailed workout schedule for the season with workout goals tailored to meet their individual needs. These workouts will benefit athletes planning to participate in a winter sport. Our team philosophy is that everyone will be positive, inclusive, honest and have fun.
GIRLS RUN CLUB (SPRING)-Girls in grades 4th-8th will train two days a week as a group to develop stamina and enjoy fellowship in preparation for a pre-selected race that they participate in as a culminating experience! The only requirement is to have a pair of running shoes and a positive attitude.
Students in Grades 6-8 are invited to join the RLS Golf Club. Participants should have experience on the course and be interested in playing on a high school team in the future. Players should have the desire to work and play hard to improve while showing the utmost respect for all playing partners and the game. Beginning in February, players practice twice a week at Bentwinds Golf and Country Club in Fuquay Varina and participate in about matches during the season.
The benefits of travel go beyond education. At RLS, students and their families are given the opportunity to participate in an international travel opportunity led by a faculty member during spring break. The 2018/19 destination will be announced soon.