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This is an image of one of the International Club meetings. Taken on October 2020 by Nayab Mithwani.

The Various Ethnicity Clubs at Lambert

Shriya Buche, News Staff March 30, 2022

Lambert High School has a noticeably diverse ethnic population, with 57% white students, 31% Asian students, and 5.2% Hispanic students. For years Forsyth County lacked diversity, with 71.7% of residents...

This is the official flyer for the TedEd event. (Taken from the official LHS TedEd Instagram) This event is taking place on March 29th at 6:30 pm.

TedEd’s Much-Anticipated Event

Shriya Buche, News Staff March 30, 2022

TedEd is a nonprofit organization that focuses on spreading ideas using small, powerful speeches. Lambert High School is known for allowing students to find their niche in society by having diverse clubs. The...

The picture above are Lambert students accepting their awards during the HOSA SLC: Manasvi Gupta and Sahara.

HOSA State Leadership Conference

Ashley Choi, News Staff March 22, 2022

From March 10 to 12th, The Health Occupations Students of America Club at Lambert attended the HOSA State Leadership Conference at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis Hotel in downtown Atlanta. Lambert was just...

A picture of the iGEM board., Monday, February 28, 2022. (The Lambert Post/Hunter Dzerve)

Exploring Biotechnology: iGEM

Hunter Dzerve, Features Staff March 1, 2022

Internationally Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) is both a club and a class that is offered at Lambert High School. Students in this club design and build biological structures constructed from interchangeable...

2021 iGEM team at their competition in Florida, unknown date taken.

iGem: The Future Workforce of Lambert

Sanhita Chatterjee, Features Staff February 17, 2022

iGEM, The International Genetically Engineered Machine competition, is known as one of the most exclusive clubs at Lambert. Due to the extensive application process and rigor of the course, iGEM accepts...

Astronomy Club at SGAs Trunk or Treat event, taken on October 26, 2021.

Shooting for the Stars: Ishita Chintala & The Astronomy Club

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor January 24, 2022

“Astronomy is the branch of science that studies the universe, the stars and the planets,” The Student reports. “Astronomy combines aspects of maths and physics to study how the universe was formed...

Photo taken for SGA campaign, (the date of the election)

What Can 10th Grade SGA Do for You?

Sanhita Chatterjee, Features Staff November 12, 2021

Since the elections of the 2021-2022 Lambert school year, the student body hasn't heard much about what is to be expected in the coming school year. What do the tenth grade SGA officers have in store for...

Photo used by the Lambert Post, taken in 2017, Some rights reserved, https://thelambertpost.com/news/lambert-hosa-takes-on-the-fall-leadership-conference-in-atlanta/#

Behind the scenes of HOSA Subcommittees

Shriya Buche, News Staff September 30, 2021

 Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), a healthcare-related organization, is one of the biggest and most influential clubs at Lambert High school. Consisting of over 600 members, it has been...

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New Clubs: Because of Passion or College?

Sanhita Chatterjee, Features Staff September 13, 2021

There are about 100 clubs and 30-40 submitted club applications during one week at Lambert High School this year. With all of the different opportunities that are available to Lambert students, a major...

Change Earth: Lambert Environmental Club 

Emily Weimer, Features Staff March 16, 2020

Change Earth is a Lambert environmental club with the purpose of convincing students to implement eco-friendly habits in their life to impact the environment. This club promotes actions over thoughts....

Senior, Diellza Koraqi, talks with her team mates outside the UGA law library after competing in the 2018 district mock trial competition.

Humans of Lambert

Emma North, Photography Editor March 13, 2018

“I had never really thought about law until the fifth grade, if that makes sense I know we’re all young anyways. In the fifth grade, my teacher had this program called Mock Trial, and that was the...

The A Cappella club takes a break from harmonizing in their afternoon practice to take part in a group photo.

The beginning of Lambert’s A cappella Club

Patrick Bullock, Features Editor September 7, 2017

One of Lambert’s newest clubs, the A cappella Club, is now up and running as Founders Kaylee Kim, Kathleen Winn, and Audrey Stephens (all Juniors) hold auditions, arrange music, and choreograph dances...

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