Department of Defense Education Activity

Lejeune High School sponsors a variety of athletics, clubs and activities for our students.  These activities are intended to provide additional opportunities for students to become involved in the school and surrounding community. 

Because participation in these athletics, clubs, and activities can challenge students into becoming mature, active, and responsible citizens, all students are highly encouraged to become involved in one or more of these programs.  Students who are involved benefit for a long time.  Alumni surveys tell us graduates wish they had been more involved.

The objectives of the athletics and activities programs at LHS are to develop responsibility and self-direction; to develop habits for the constructive use of leisure time; to develop leadership and worthy personal traits; to develop an understanding and practice of commonly accepted social customs; and to provide fellowship.  The athletics and activities that we offer are focused on the needs, interests, and concerns of our students.

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Sports programs offered:

Fall Sports  

Cheerleading (Co-ed), Cross Country (Men's & Women's), Football (Varsity & JV), Soccer (Men's), Tennis (Women's), Volleyball (Varsity & JV)

Winter Sports

Basketball (Varsity Men's & Women's and JV), Cheerleading (Co-ed), Wrestling (Co-ed)

Spring Sports

Baseball, Golf, Soccer (Women's), Softball, Track (Men's & Women's)


North Carolina High School Athletic Association Athletic Eligibility Requirements 2021-2022


  • LHS will check grades each quarter and progress report grading periods. 


Students must be in compliance with DoDEA Attendance Policy:

  • Must be in compliance with DoDEA Regulation 2740.1 (Reference C).
  • Required to be in school the full day (7:40-2:35) on the day of a weekday game; the only exemption is for an appointment approved by the school administration in advance.
  • A student cannot be absent from school and attend practice except for an excused absence approved by the administration in advance.
  • A student who is "unexcused absent" on the day of a scheduled athletic program is ineligible for participation in that event.
  • A student suspended from school is not eligible, at the minimum, for the next scheduled competition.  

Current Forms, Handbook, & Schedules

Current Approved NCHSAA Physical Form

Athletic Handbook

Sports Schedules 2022-2023

Spring Sports Schedule

Winter Sports Schedule 

*Sports schedules change rapidly.  
*Game cancellations due to weather will usually not occur until after 1pm of the game day.

Spring tryouts for baseball, softball, men’s golf, girls’ soccer, boys, and girl’s track will begin on Feb. 13th, 2023. 

NCHSAA Athletic Meeting Dates

NCHSAA/DoDEA mandatory sports parent meetings will be held Oct.25th and Feb. 8th @ 6:00PM in the gym.

This meeting is only required one time per school year.

All athletes must have the following items completed prior to tryouts: 

  • Must be a registered student at LHS.
  • Current physical on file. Must use current NCHSAA physical form.
  • One parent must attend a mandatory DoDEA/NCHSAA parent meeting.  This meeting is required once per school year.
  • DoDEA /NCHSAA paperwork completed and on file.
  • Student Athletes must have passed required number of classes and be promoted. Virtual students 5/5 and in person students 6/8 and be promoted.
  • New students/transfer students must be enrolled, and records must be on file and grades checked.

If you have any questions email Debra Bryant at

Home Game Admission Prices

Regular Admission Prices

Admission $7
Children (under 1st grade)  Free
Playoff/Conference Admission  TBD

(Available for purchase at all home games at the ticket counter!)

Students              $30 (for the year)
Adults $50 (for the season) 
$75 (for the year)
 Family $150 (*must be a Booster Club member for this price) 

Yearbook - The "Devilpup"


The Devilpup,the LHS Yearbook, has been in production for over 70 years.  Students learn the rules of layout, design, and photography.  Program provides academic credit towards graduation.  After school work is expected over a five-month period.

Open To: Students who first apply and are selected based on certain eligibility criteria.

Sophomore Class


The Sophomore class officers meet with interested students to plan and organize activities that promote involvement in school and community.  Get involved now to help decorate for Homecoming and other competitions!  Start your fundraising early so that these funds roll with your class into your Junior and Senior years!

Meetings 700 Tuesday mornings.

Open To: Sophomores

Junior Class

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The Junior Class holds the key to a successful Junior-Senior Prom!  Juniors kick off the year with the 'Welcome Back Dance' and follow it up with fundraisers to help support the prom.  The Junior Class also hosts the ring ceremony.

Meetings are at 700 Tuesday mornings.

Open To: Juniors

Theatre Guild & Thespian Honor Society


This group, dedicated to theatre arts, produces the plays and musicals at LHS.  Participation includes all areas of theatre from acting, puppetry, and improv to scenic, lighting & sound crews.

Members are eligible for induction into the Thespian Honor Society after a specific number of theatre participation hours have been completed. 

Open To: All Students

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)


FBLA is a career and technical student organization preparing students for success in life.  Members usually participate in regional and/or state conferences. 

Meeting Time: 2:45 pm

Meeting Days: Monday

Open To: All students who have taken or are currently taking a business course

Marching Band / Flag Corps

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The only requirement is knowledge of a musical instrument.  No previous knowledge of marching necessary.  Come prepared to work, have fun, and express your LHS pride!  Drill rehearsals are held after school one evening per week.

Open To: All Students

Marine Corps JROTC


Program goals include development of self-discipline, citizenship, leadership skills, personal responsibility, and sense of accomplishment.  Our unit has an Air Rifle Team and Drill Team and participates in competitions with other JROTC units.  Program provides academic credit towards graduation.  May require before school, after school, and/or weekend hours for drills, trips, etc.

Open To: All Students - grades 9-12

National Honor Society (NHS)


NHS is a chapter of the national organization which recognizes students' outstanding achievements in academics, community service, and leadership.

Open To: By invitation only

Student Government


SGA is voted on and selected by the student body near the close of the school year.  The objectives of our student government are to further democracy, promote good citizenship, unite the student body, maintain communication between students and faculty, defend student rights, and participate in the decision making process at LHS.

Meeting Time: 2:45 pm

Meeting Days: Wednesday,Friday

Open To: Open to any student who would like to be involved in school activities may run for office.

Additional Info: SGA meets Fridays; SGA Executive Board and Project Council meets Wednesdays.

Student 2 Student (S2S)

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Student 2 Student (S2S) is a student-led and faculty-advised program with the mission to take care of new students. An S2S program shows students their new campus, and introduces them to their new community. It provides fun ways for new students to get to know other students, to build new peer groups, and encourage new students to perform better in school.

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Term: All Year

Meeting Time: 7:00am-7:30am

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Open To: All students.

Senior Class


Senior class focuses on several activities throughout the year such as fundraising events, baccalaureate, graduation, and project graduation.

Open To: Seniors