The Lambert Post

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. People post on Instagram about the Australian wildfires and mourn over the loss of human and animal l...

Humans of Lambert

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

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 first time I had ever heard of it…. She chose a group of her students to be a part of that (mock tria...

The beginning of Lambert’s A cappella Club

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

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 for performances that will take place during the 2017-2018 school year. A cappella is a style ...

New students in a rush at Club Rush

The Step Club dances to music as they welcome in potential members.

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

August 24, 2017

Freshmen and new students often find the start of school a hectic time of the year. Thankfully for them, Club Rush, held on August 23rd, gives the opportunity to introduce them to the myriad of clubs offered at Lambert. “... Club Rush is a good idea because people get engaged and get more invol...

No Break: An inside look at Lambert Ultimate Frisbee

The Lambert Ultimate Frisbee team marches toward the playing field before one of their tournaments (Photo used with permission from Jared Bennett)

Colin Masterson, Sports Editor

March 24, 2017

What are you doing on a typical Saturday? If you're like the majority of high school students in the United States, this time is more than likely spent sleeping until the late hours of the morning, watching television, eating vast amounts of food, and pushing off all of the work you need to accomplish...

Lambert FBLA members taken to the Georgia State Leadership Conference

Lambert student Royce Dickerson laughing with the other FBLA Georgia State officers, (from left to right) state reporter Macy McKinely, state projects vice president Mathew McDaniel, state membership vice president Nick Loudermilk, state president Royce Dickerson, state parliamentarian Catherine Farist, and state secretary Shelly Ling.

Jackson Matray, News Editor

March 23, 2017

A State Leadership Conference (SLC) for the entire state of Georgia's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) program took place in Athens, GA this month. The conference's objective is to provide high school students with opportunities to compete with students from the entire state in business events...

Diversity through extracurriculars

Lambert students of different backgrounds hold hands in unity.

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017

Diversity is important to a society that values being different. Individuality however can be rather difficult considering the temptation that can accompany the “I just want to fit in” mindset. This mindset can be heavily applied to High school as it is a time in a person’s life that typically...

Lambert clubs pick up new members at Club Rush

Georgia FBLA President Royce Dickerson and fellow FBLA members, Henry Xuan and Jessie Bowman, smile at the camera right before the freshmen flooded the cafeteria.

Hannah Kim, Senior Editor

October 3, 2016

A horde of freshmen — some eager, others only somewhat interested — rushed into the cafeteria where dozens of clubs awaited them for Club Rush. This annual event, held Sept 22 during 3rd period this year, is when students can promote their clubs to freshmen. They fill tri-fold posters with informati...

Epic success in DECA

DECA team smiles proudly after serving up a huge dose of Lambert pride at the DECA region competition.

Kelly Yoon, News editor

January 27, 2016

2016 Region DECA competition was held on January 21st with a total of 23 students eligible to attend the contest. These students have worked hard to learn the materials of different parts of marketing and trained themselves to enter the event, representing our Lambert Pride. Due to their overflowing knowledge,...

FBLA is all business as they sweep the competition for the region

Members of Lambert FBLA beam as they are feeling victorious after their success at the Region 11 Leadership Conference.

Olivia Pastore, Staff Writer

January 27, 2016

The Lambert FBLA, or Future Business Leaders of America, attended the Georgia FBLA Region 11 Leadership Conference last week, and claimed many accolades. The highly successful chapter at Lambert was awarded 3rd place in the region. They also walked away with 64 individual medals, the award for Larges...

Gay Straight Alliance rebooted at Lambert

This flag is used as a representation of the community present at GSA.

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

October 27, 2015

The Lambert GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) has technically existed for years. A charter, a necessity to start a club here at school, sponsored by a faculty member, already was filed and listed on the school website. GSA had been active here for over a year but fell apart. The former President left high...

Lambert iGEM team goes to Boston for international competition

A successful transformation has occurred for this sample of chitosan.

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

October 5, 2015

The iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) competition was held in Boston on Thursday, September 24th. iGEM is a collegiate-level competitive activity that is performed in a high school setting here on campus; Lambert’s program is one of the only five high school teams in the United Sta...