Extracurricular Activities

African-American Club – Advisor: Linda Barefield

  • The African-American Club is a multicultural club and all students are welcome to join. The club’s focus is on the contributions of African-Americans in the arts and history. In February, Lynn English annually celebrates Black History Month where the school participates in interdisciplinary events. Students will conduct research in the library on African-American inventors and scholars. There will be weekly events after school and school-wide assemblies. Events also include music, dance, stories, food and movies. Every day, on the school’s morning news, students will talk about notable African-Americans and their accomplishments. Students also learn about African-American history by listening to the sounds of jazz.

Agape / Prayer Club – Advisor: Angel Grullon

  • The club meets weekly for one hour. It is a non-denominational group that welcomes new members. The student-led discussions focus on the Bible. Activities include fundraisers, movies, and parties.

Art Club – Advisor: Martha Brown

  • The Art Club gives students the opportunity to create art after school with other students who find enjoyment in making art. It is okay to join the club if you feel that you are not very good at art too! Members share and teach each other. Most of the meetings are designed to give students time to work with various mediums that include clay, scratch boards, pastels, paint, pencil, colored pencil, and collage. The club has pizza parties and also takes trips to museums. Fundraisers have included ice cream socials in the cafeteria. All are welcome to join!

Asian-American Club – Advisor: Bill McGuinness

  • The Asian-American Club seeks to give students of all ethnic background a deeper understanding of Asian culture in a fun atmosphere. The club does this through a variety of activities including field trips to popular Asian-themed destinations like the Peabody Essex Museum. They also hold cultural events like the annual semi-formal that includes traditional dancing and clothes. The club is open to all students and is a great way to experience Asian culture. Join us next year!

Baseball – Coach: Joe Caponigro

  • The baseball program is made up of three teams (Freshmen, Junior Varsity, Varsity), and they compete in the Northeastern Conference. The coaches are always looking for incoming freshmen to participate. The coaches encourage your participation if you are a good person and good student. Last year’s Varsity team ended up with 16 wins and 6 losses. Nine out of ten seniors who graduated from last year’s team have gone on to college and many are playing baseball at their schools. The other graduating senior signed a professional contract with the Boston Red Sox, and he is playing in their minor league system. For more information, contact the coach at 978-590-0902 or [email protected]

Basketball (Boys) – Coach: Mike Carr

  • The Basketball team is the four time defending Northeast Conference Champion and in 2009 was the Eastern Massachusetts Division I champions. The program competes on three levels: varsity, junior varsity, and freshman. Practice starts the Monday after the Thanksgiving break and continues to the beginning of March. The current varsity team is in first place in the Northeast Conference Large Division.

Basketball (Girls) – Coach: Fred Hogan

  • The Lynn English Girls basketball team is home to the back-to- back NEC champions! The program has enjoyed success both on the court and in the classroom, having 16 for 16 student-athletes attend college upon graduating. The Lady Bulldogs have seen two of the best female student athletes in the city. Jenicia Duggins and Jeanette Anderson are recent alumni of Lynn English and have the distinct accomplishment of being 1000-point basketball players. Anderson, who now plays at Division II Caldwell College, has already earned 1000 rebounds. The program consists of Varsity, Junior Varsity, and a Freshmen team. The 2010-2011 Bulldogs are off to a 6-6 start and looking to compete in the state tournament this post-season. All freshmen in good academic standing are encouraged to attend tryouts the first Monday after Thanksgiving. For more information please contact, Coach Fred Hogan at 781-244-7921.

Book Club – Advisor: Linda Barefield

  • Book Club is open to all students. The club encourages students to love reading and share their thoughts in a book discussion. Books are chosen by members at the beginning of the school year. Invited authors come to speak to the club and do a book-signing. In turn, authors inspire students to read and write their own stories. There is also a field trip to the theater to watch a movie adapted from a book.

Cheerleading – Coaches: Christine Galvez & Tracie Lindsey

Cisco Academy – Advisor: Kevin Geaney

  • Cisco is an industry-based curriculum that is intended to give a student the working knowledge of computers and networking. There are two tracts for students to choose. The first tract is for students to receive a detailed introduction to computers, printers, the internet, security issues, and computer maintenance. The second tract is for students who have an interest in attaining industry certification in Information Technology. The second tract is far more rigorous with considerably more content to be covered as well as more hands-on experience. Students who select the second tract will be expected to continue their studies in the area of Computer Networking.

Class of 2017 – Advisors: Mike Guanci & Shannon Conlon

  • Senior class officers usually meet weekly in the morning or afternoon in Room 312 or 117. Class officers are responsible for planning class events such as proms, fundraisers, and community service activities. Students who would like to become a class officer need to fill out the required paperwork and run for election to an office of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, or executive assistant. When planning upcoming events, students should expect to meet more than once a week. Students are also expected at other events for upperclassmen when needed.

Class of 2016 – Advisors: Laurie Wentzell-Ryan & Diego Pacheco

  • Junior class officers usually meet weekly in the morning or afternoon in Room 300 or 104. Class officers are responsible for planning class events such as proms, fundraisers, and community service activities. Students who would like to become a class officer need to fill out the required paperwork and run for election to an office of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, or executive assistant. When planning upcoming events, students should expect to meet more than once a week. Students are also expected at other events for upperclassmen when needed.

Class of 2015 – Advisors: Nikki Bene & Mike Haddad

  • Sophomore class officers usually meet weekly in the morning or afternoon in Room 308 or 329. Class officers are responsible for planning class events such as proms, fundraisers, and community service activities. Students who would like to become a class officer need to fill out the required paperwork and run for election to an office of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, or executive assistant. When planning upcoming events, students should expect to meet more than once a week. Students are also expected at other events for upperclassmen when needed.

Class of 2014 – Advisors: Lauren Mezzetti & Tim Ring

  • Freshmen class officers usually meet weekly in the morning or afternoon in Room 308 or 329. Class officers are responsible for planning class events such as proms, fundraisers, and community service activities. Students who would like to become a class officer need to fill out the required paperwork and run for election to an office of president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, or executive assistant. When planning upcoming events, students should expect to meet more than once a week. Students are also expected at other events for upperclassmen when needed.

Computer Club – Advisor: Lou DeNunzio

  • Computer Club is where students can come to share their intelligence and dedication to the study of technology. The club is a fun and informative environment. They meet every Thursday in Room 209 from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM. They often discuss upcoming projects or share knowledge of electronics with one another. For example, they help others learn new things about technology while refreshing the information to others. They have learned the details of removing hardware and upgraded the school’s PCs and anti-virus protection. They will also be learning and studying networking, types of wireless networks, and how to build a home network. Computer Club is a fun environment and welcomes all to join, participate or simply drop by with the PC for a check.

Cross Country / Fall & Spring (Boys & Girls) – Coach: John Walsh

  • Cross country is a long distance running event. The courses used in cross country may include grass, mud, woodlands, hills, and open ground. This sport is held in the fall. Course distances vary according to participants age. At the high school level cross country races vary from 4 km (2.5 mi) to a 5 km (3.1 mi). Most high school courses consist of semi-large fields for the beginning with a section of woods. The home course (3.0 mi) for Lynn English is located in the Lynn Woods Reservation at the Pennybrook Road entrance. During the season we race seven dual meets, the NEC Championship Meet, and at the state divisional level.

Cross Country / Spring (Girls) – Coach: Brenda Martin

  • Girls Track and Field is a sport that offers its athletes a chance for both individual and team glory. Some of the running events include the 100, 200, 400 and 800 meter races, as well as the 1 and 2 mile and various relays. Field events include the High Jump, Long Jump, Shot Put, Discus, and the Javelin. Athletes of all abilities are welcome! With proper training, everyone gets better and faster. Many of the team’s former athletes have gone on to be successful athletes in college and beyond. Please join us in keeping the Lynn English Track and Field tradition strong! For more information, contact the coach at 978-799-1818.

Drama Club – Advisor: Larry Lowe

  • The Drama Club performs two major productions each year. The fall production is performed on Thanksgiving weekend and is a musical, comedy, or children’s play. Each spring on Mother’s Day weekend, they perform the annual Revue. All students are welcome to audition or sign up for the stage crew, costume crew, props crew and sound & lights crew. On occasion, students may be involved in field trips to see performances. They also assist with outside groups who may reserve the auditorium. When time permits, students perform in the Drama Festival. The cast rehearses on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings while the crew meets on Wednesday evenings and after school.

Football – Coach – Peter Holey

  • The Football program has been a rewarding and valuable part of our student athletes’ high school experience. The program wants to instill commitment, discipline and teamwork while maintain an enjoyable environment. Players forge lifelong friendships. Many of the players have gone on to be leaders in college football programs and the United States Armed Forces. As a team, they visit college campuses every year. During those visits, the players watch a spring football game and experience the college atmosphere. The ultimate goal of the program is to help transform our players from boys to responsible, productive young adults who reflect positively on themselves, their families, and the Lynn English community.

French Club – Advisor: Madeleine Dogramacian

  • The French Club meets in Room 105 and consists of 15-30 members yearly. They usually meet twice a month. They play French culture games, watch French movies, have field trips, and learn about French history. One of the field trips includes a visit to the Harvard Art Museum, where they see some of the paintings of French impressionists and learn about the history of the painters. In 2009, a few students were able to experience French songs and culture in person when the club took an 11-day trip to France, visiting historical sites such as the Eiffel Tower, Versailles, and the Louvre.

Friends of Rachel Club – Advisor: Ginny Keenan, Kevin Benecke & Tim Cullinane

  • At the start of the 2010-2011 school year, all Lynn English students attended “Rachel’s Challenge,” a powerful presentation based on the life of Rachel Scott, the first person killed in the Columbine High School massacre. The contents of her diaries have become the foundation for this nationally acclaimed violence prevention program. Just weeks before her death, Rachel wrote an essay in which she said, “I have this theory; if people can go out of their way to show compassion for just one person, you may just start a chain reaction.” In a follow-up to this presentation, Lynn English started a new club, the “Friends of Rachel,” the goal of which is to encourage students to continue Rachel’s chain of kindness and make positive changes in the way they treat others. Through a variety of activities, this group works to improve school climate and create an atmosphere of tolerance and acceptance for all of our students. The club meets twice per month. Some of its activities include “mix it up” dinners, visits to local elementary schools to teach lessons on kindness, acting as mentors to our special needs student, and building a “chain of kindness.” All students are welcome to become members. It is not necessary to attend every meeting or every event, allowing students to make whatever commitment fits their schedule. Interested students should see Ginny Keenan in Room 335 or Mr. Benecke in Room 144.

Future Teachers Club (Community Service) – Advisor: Loretta Christoforo

  • Students volunteer their time at My Brother’s Table and Lifecare Nursing Center on a weekly basis. The club also conducts volunteer programs at Breed Middle School and at Ingalls Elementary School. Coats were collected in conjunction with Jordan’s Furniture and Anton Cleaners to be distributed to the homeless. Money and Christmas gifts were donated to needy families in the Ingall’s community for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Gay-Straight Alliance – Advisor:

  • The Gay-Straight Alliance is a club where acceptance and openness are a priority. It is a club where no discrimination or hatred towards different races, religions, genders, or ethnicities is tolerated. It is known as a safe environment for any student who feels that they need safety or guidance. The club focuses mainly on equality for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) people and also focuses on acceptance of any gender preference or lifestyle preference.

Gemstones (Literary Journal) – Advisor: Loretta Christoforo

  • During the spring students are encouraged to contribute their artistic work to be published. Their art work, poetry, short stories, cartoons and essays are entered for consideration.

Golf – Coach: Tara Friedman

Hispanic-American Club – Advisors: Angel Grullon & Domingo Castro

  • This club meets twice monthly to plan activities and discuss issues related to the club. One of the club’s major activities is a fundraiser to selling chocolate to raise money for two $1000 senior scholarships. Top sellers receive awards for sales. Other club activities have included a field trip to the Boston Celtics and a dance. In addition, students enjoy a pizza party at the end of the year. All students are welcome to join.

History Club – Advisor: Bill McGuinness

  • For the first time Lynn English has started a Debate Team with an eye to membership in the National Forensics League. The goal of this activity is two-fold: to give students an opportunity to improve their public speaking skills and to become aware of issues facing the United States and the world. The club meets on Mondays and Thursdays in room 321 and is open to all Lynn English High students. The Forensic Debate team is an activity sponsored by the History Club.

Hockey (Boys) – Coach: Joe Conlon

  • The Lynn Jets are a hockey team comprised of the three Lynn public high schools. They play their games at Connery Rink, which is located in Lynn near the Lynnway. They play a full 22-game varsity schedule and a 10-game Junior Varsity schedule. Last season, they qualified for the state tournament and won a total of 15 games. This season the team is led by captains Nick Comeau and Jordan Morelli of Lynn English and John Finnigan of Lynn Classical. Throughout the off-season, the team lifts weights and works out up to three times a week. Hockey takes place during the winter sports season and involves a strong commitment as they practice or play every day of the week except Sunday.

Hockey (Girls) – Coach: Anthony Martucci

  • Girls Hockey is a co-op team with Winthrop and Saugus during the winter sports season. The team has qualified for the state tournament the last three seasons and win the league championship in 2008.

Lacrosse – Coach: Peter Pappagianopoulos

  • Lacrosse is an exciting, fast-paced, high-energy sport. This exciting sport is a combination of soccer, basketball and hockey played with a ball and stick (called the crosse). The crosse has a basket-like scoop on one end which is used to catch and throw the ball. Similar to hockey, lacrosse is a full-contact game played at Manning Field in the spring season. Many of the current players learned the game while attending Lynn English, so incoming students should not be discouraged by a lack of experience. There are many open spots on the varsity and junior varsity teams, allowing for students of all grades, including freshmen, to have the ability to earn playing time.

Latin Club – Advisor: Mike Haddad & Jon Bourdeau

  • The Latin Club consists of two parts: social activities and the Certamen Team. The Certamen Team is a Latin-based quiz team that competes against schools across the state on Latin grammar, Roman Mythology, and history. The club holds one social event a month, such as museum field trips, pizza/movie nights, holiday parties, dodge ball competition, decathlon, and more. Low commitment but a lot of fun!

Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (MCJROTC) Program (including Drill Team, Shooting Team, and Health & Wellness Club) – Advisors: Sergeant Major Kenneth Oswald & Master Sergeant Gerard Goncalo:

  •       There are seven major goals of MCJROTC:
  1. The program aims at developing informed and responsible citizens.
  2. The program aims at developing leadership.
  3. The program helps build character.  Cadets learn about ethics, leadership, fellowship, desirable traits and self-discipline.
  4. The program is designed to teach about the elements and requirements for national security.  Cadets will be better equipped to make informed and intelligent decisions.
  5. Discipline is stressed.  A good leader is one who has self-control and will remain calm and competent in difficult situations.  Self-discipline is the starting point.
  6. The program teaches that respect for authority is of utmost importance in any organization and in life in general.  Cadets learn to respect peers, superiors and subordinates.
  7. MCJROTC enlightens cadets about possible career and educational choices.

                 Requirements:

  1. Each student must wear a MCJROTC uniform once a week and must look presentable.
  2. Each student must participate in physical fitness once a week and take a physical fitness test during the grading period (which consists of sit-ups, pull-ups, for male cadets, bent arm hang for female cadets and one (1) mile run.

Math Team – Advisors:  Matt Kane & Mike Swartz

  • The Math Team competes six times each year against local public and private high schools. Each month, there are six math categories that the students study. There are problems for all levels of students, as the categories range from Algebra 1 Fractions to Mixed Numbers to Trigonometry. The team meets every Monday and Thursday for an hour to practice previous years’ problems. The competitions are on the first Thursdays of the month.

Mentoring Program (Lynn English High School & Marshall Middle School) – Advisor: Ginny Keenan

  • The mentoring program is designed to help eighth grade students prepare for their transition to high school. Lynn English students, working in teams of two, meet with small groups of eighth graders twice a month. During these meetings, Lynn English students address the questions and concerns of eighth graders on topics ranging from dress codes and class sizes to issues of bullying and discipline. Mentors conduct workshops on a variety of topics including conflict resolution, friendship skills, and stereotyping. The program hopes to not only teach middle school students new skills to use when they begin high school, but also to develop associations that might become mentoring relationships during their freshmen year. Students who are interested in mentoring must apply at the beginning of the school year. They must be good students who are considered role models. Interested students should speak with Ginny Keenan in Room 335.

Mock Trial – Advisor: Steve Picone

  • Open to all students. The commitment is one afternoon per week in preparation for Trial and two afternoons per week as the Trial date approaches. Participants must learn their roles as attorneys or witnesses. The participating high schools are divided into sixteen geographic regions; Lynn English is in Region 9. The schools compete in three preliminary rounds commencing in late January and alternate in playing the roles of either the Plaintiff/Prosecution or the Defendant. The Mock Trial program is run by the Massachusetts Bar Institute and sponsored by the law firm of Brown, Rudnick, Berlack and Israels, L.L.P. The Mock Trial Program has been structured with the following goals in mind: (1) to further your understanding of the law, court procedures, civil liberties, and the legal system, (2) to increase your proficiency in basic life skills, such as listening, speaking, reading, and reasoning, (3) to develop your advocacy skills irrespective of which party is being represented and irrespective of the party which you most identify, (4) to promote better communication and cooperation between you, the schools, and the legal profession, (5) to heighten your consciousness of law related professionals and the academic studies which lead to those professions, and (6) most importantly, have fun!

Movie Club – Advisor: Ken Vorspan

  • Movie Club is designed for students who are interested in making their own movies. Previous experience is not required, but a genuine interest in producing original films is expected. Members are a mix of experienced filmmakers along with beginners just getting their feet wet. The club begins with several short projects that give everyone a chance to explore the equipment in the studio: portable video cameras, 3-camera TV studio, and computer editing lab. After that, it’s all up to you! The club meets once a week after school and holds public screenings of student work twice a year – once in the winter and again in the spring.

National Honor Society – Advisor: Loretta Christoforo

  • Students are required to display behavior that is exemplary of honor, service and commitment to education. They must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.8 in order to be inducted, and they must continue to uphold high personal standards of conduct in order to maintain their status.

National Technical Honor Society – Advisor: Kevin Geaney

  • The National Technical Honor Society is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Over 3,000 schools and colleges are affiliated with the society. Student candidates must meet national and local membership standards and should be students who have demonstrated scholastic achievement, skill development, leadership, honesty, responsibility and good character. Over the past several years, Lynn English has had sixty students who have been enrolled in the NTHS. This year, Lynn English is looking to enroll another ten students.

Peer Mediation Program – Advisor: Ginny Keenan

  • Lynn English students have the opportunity to resolve school-based conflict through the Peer Mediation Program. In this program student leaders are trained to mediate conflicts such as rumors, threats, or arguments between friends. Mediators help students who are having a disagreement to sit down together, discuss their disagreement and try to work out the problem; they don’t take sides or decide who is right or wrong. They never repeat anything they hear in mediation session; everything is kept private. Referrals to the mediation program are often made by vice-principals, guidance counselors, and teachers, but half of the referrals come directly from students asking for help with their conflict. If you need help resolving a conflict or if you are interested in becoming a mediator, please contact the Advisor in Room 335.

Photography Club – Advisor: Linda Barefield

  • The Photography Club is open to anyone, even if you do not own a camera. Students will learn how to take better pictures. Additionally, students are encouraged to submit their photos for contests or for publication on the school’s website.

Powder Puff – Coach: Dick Newton

  • Powder Puff is a fun and exciting time for the senior girls at Lynn English. It usually begins the first week of November with practices after school and ends the Sunday before Thanksgiving with a game against Classical. The participation and interest in Powder Puff has always been great. Girls that play soccer, softball, track, swimming, basketball and other sports are always involved with Powder Puff. What makes Powder Puff unique is that many girls that do not play a sport for various reasons have been very active and valuable members of the team.

Quiz Team – Advisor: Carol Ruggiero

  • Which American poet wrote “Leaves of Grass”? What is the cube root of 216? Which composer wrote Madame Butterfly? These are some of the questions that Quiz Team members might have to answer in competition in the North Shore College Bowl League.  The league is made up of several public and private schools including St. John’s Prep., Pingree, Waring, Salem, Hamilton-Wenham, St. Mary’s, and Classical.  Quiz Team is a year-long activity which lasts from October through April. The year begins with a qualifying test which seeks to identify the strong categories for each participant.  At each meet, schools play three matches, each lasting for twenty minutes.  If a school answers a toss-up question correctly, the team will then receive a three-part bonus question.  Questions could include anything from chemistry to cartoons.  At the end of each season, all teams compete in the play-offs.  Trophies are awarded to the winning team of the regular season and also to the winner of the playoffs. Quiz Team began thirty years ago with our participation in a TV show filmed in Somerville called the Star Market Challenge and has continued ever since.  Since the beginning, LEHS has always fielded competitive teams.  In the 1990s, we represented the state of Massachusetts in the National Tournament of Academic Excellence held in Orlando, Florida. Quiz Team is the perfect organization for anyone who loves academic and general knowledge and games such as Jeopardy and Trivial Pursuit.  New members are always welcome. Answers to above questions: Walt Whitman, 6, and Puccini.

Recycling Club – Advisor: Laurie Wentzell

  • The Recycling Club’s volunteers collect recyclable paper/cardboard from classrooms and offices on a weekly basis by emptying the small bins located in each room. They do this approximately forty times over the course of the school year. They also collect shredded paper from the Guidance Department and other materials as the need arises. The club’s activities keep an estimated 8 tons of recyclable materials out of the waste stream. Money is saved for the City of Lynn, natural resources are conserved, and other environmental benefits are provided. In addition to promoting the importance of recycling, a goal of the club is to be a positive presence in the school, reminding everyone that each individual’s actions, no matter how small, can have an impact. Fundraisers are held each year to offset the cost of an end-of-the-year social event (a bowling and dinner outing). The club has about 50 active members and meets weekly on Thursday mornings in Room 144. Recycling usually lasts less than 30 minutes each week. Students who would be a good fit for this club are those students who want a fun, low-pressure experience and want to make new friends.

Soccer (Boys) – Coach: Kerry King

  • The Boys Soccer Team competes during the fall sports season in the Northeastern Conference. The team has enjoyed great success over the last ten seasons. The team captured the 2010 City of Lynn Soccer Championships. It has qualified for the MIAA soccer tournament six times over the past ten seasons. It has produced several Massachusetts State, Eastern Massachusetts, and Northeastern Conference All-Stars. The first official try-out for the 2011 season will be August 25, 2011. For more information, please contact the coach at [email protected]

Soccer (Girls) – Coach: Ed McNeil

  • The team had its best record in fifteen years with seven wins, eleven losses, and one tie. The majority of the players on the team have excellent academic records. The team feels as though they are definitely rebuilding for strong seasons in the future, and it is hoped that incoming freshmen will help to develop that anticipated success.

Softball – Coach: Alisa Fila

  • Softball tryouts are the third Monday in March in the Field House at Lynn English. Regular season games end the last week in May. There are games and practices over the April vacation. There are three teams: Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen. The team also participates in the John Holland Softball Tournament over the Memorial Day Weekend. Players are expected to attend all games and practices and have their own cleats and glove.

Speech Contests – Advisor: Colbe Mazzarella

  • Any student may compete in some level of the Speech Contests. Freshmen are in the school level. The top three freshmen will win $100, $50, and $25. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors move from the school level to the city and state levels. The two best speakers in the school win the chance to speak at the Lions Club, whose prizes add up to $2500. All participants get valuable experience to develop their speaking skills and confidence.

Student Council – Advisor: Jim Tidmarsh

  • The Lynn English Student Council is the representative government and voice of the student body. Each year new officers are elected for student council (president, vice president, secretary and treasurer). We also elect delegates to attend monthly meetings with the Superintendent to discuss various district-wide school-related issues. We are responsible for collecting canned goods during the holidays to donate to various local charities. We send representatives to the City of Lynn’s annual student government day in which seniors are able to shadow city hall workers for the day about the inner workings of city government. We also hold several fundraisers and monthly meetings throughout the school year.

Swimming & Diving – Coach: Lisa Trahant

Tennis (Boys) – Coach: Kerry King

  • The Boys Tennis Team competes during the spring sports season. The team will compete on newly constructed tennis courts facilities located right behind Lynn English. The team was Northeastern Conference Champions during the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Many players have enjoyed successful careers at the collegiate level. For more information, please contact the coach at [email protected]

Tennis (Girls) – Coaches: Lauren Mezzetti

  • The Girls’ Tennis Team’s season is from the third week of March until the last week of May. It requires a commitment of every day after school for practices and matches. Practices are until 6:00 PM, and matches can sometimes run later. There are now new courts in the back of the school for matches and practice. Practice may have to occur at other courts if there are matches on the home courts. Beginners are always welcome. There are Varsity and Junior Varsity teams.

The Bulldog (School Yearbook) – Advisor: Tim Ring

  • Each year the senior class produces one of the finest yearbooks on the North Shore. This seniors-only activity gives them a chance to experience the world of publishing and graphic design. Students will acquire skills in state-of-the-art computer publishing programs such as Pagemaker, InDesign, and Photoshop. They develop a theme, design each section of the book, and deliver the final product to their fellow classmates prior to graduation. Some members even participate in a two-day training seminar at Bryant University. The Bulldog truly is one of those activities that makes attending Lynn English such a special experience. Join us, won’t you?

The Voice (School Newspaper) – Advisor: Loretta Christoforo

  • Students write articles that focus on activities and functions within the school as well as writing about issues of the day that concern teenagers. There are three publications per year, and through the school’s alliance with The Daily Item, the school newspaper enjoys mass distribution to all The Daily Item’s subscribers.

TV Club – Advisor: Ken Vorspan

  • The TV Club plays a central role in the daily life of Lynn English. Students prepare and produce a live daily news show, “LEHS Morning News & Announcements,” which is broadcast to all students via homeroom TVs between 7:55 AM and 8:05 AM every morning. Members of the club videotape most boys and girls varsity sports which air for the community on Channel 15, Lynn Educational Television. In addition, the club members record high school graduation, proms, plays and concerts as well as classroom and club-related events.

Volleyball – Coaches: Laurie Wentzell-Ryan & Allison Mosho

Winter Track (Boys) – Coach: John Walsh

Winter Track (Girls) – Coach: Brenda Martin

  • Girls Track and Field is a sport that offers its athletes a chance for both individual and team glory. Some of the running events include the 100, 200, 400 and 800 meter races, as well as the 1 and 2 mile and various relays. Field events include the High Jump, Long Jump, Shot Put, Discus, and the Javelin. Athletes of all abilities are welcome! With proper training, everyone gets better and faster. Many of the team’s former athletes have gone on to be successful athletes in college and beyond. Please join us in keeping the Lynn English Track and Field tradition strong! For more information, contact the coach at 978-799-1818.
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