The club sponsors cultural awareness through the visual and performing arts. Students organize museum field trips; do wall murals, gain insight into scholarship and contest opportunities. Support worthy community awareness events like empty bowls and Art in the Parks. A less formal group of talented expressive individuals whom gather to promote art awareness and needs. Art Club will meet the 1st and 3rd weeks of the Month on Thursday’s in room 4-123.
Champions Wrestling Club
We will learn the sport of folk style wrestling. Rules, training and philosophy of the sport will be explored through technique and various training methods.
Hard Work = Success
Major emphasis will be on superb physical conditioning and clean living. Planning, studying, and managing your time are keys to success. Academics are important to wrestlers, We will stress education and work everyday.
Wrestling is very much like life: you reap what you sow. To be a Champion, we have to pay the price, we can’t win by just doing what is required during practice sessions. We have to work extra: running, weight training, drilling, studying films, etc. After wrestling, other things in life become easy. We will be prepared for the real world.
Wrestling aids in the development of the valuable qualities and traits that will last a lifetime. Our wrestlers will interact with the many facets of the school; we will incorporate students within all departments to our wrestling program.
Color Guard consists of four members. They carry the National Flag, and State Flag, with two Guards that carry Standard Military M1 Drill Rifles. The Color Guard performs opening ceremonies for school sporting events, community organizations, musical activities, honor organizations, and they participate in local parades. They also train to compete in local Drill Meets in the state of Florida. Members of the Color Guard begin practice early in the school year and continue through the spring. Practice is after school on Thursday after school from 2:30 pm – 4:00pm. Practices are adjusted according to upcoming commitments and may include practice 2 hours prior to the event.
"Drill provides a means, through ceremonies, of enhancing morale, developing the spirit of cohesion, and presenting traditional, interesting and well executed parades. The objectives accomplished by drill are teamwork, confidence, discipline, alertness, and attention to detail, espirit de corps, and pride. It instills habits of precision and response to leader's orders and provides the participant the opportunity to practice commanding and directing."
Regulation Rifle Drill Team perform standard facing and marching movements in accordance with the US Army's published Drill and Ceremonies Manual. They compete annually in local Drill Meets. Consists of a commander, three squad leaders, and twelve cadets. In addition to the standard military drill movements this team also focuses on the precision and execution of Infantry Rifle Drill using M1 drill rifles in their routine. The team also has the option to participate in local parades.
Practice is conducted on Tuesday after school from 2:30 pm – 4:00pm.
Interact is a service club for youth ages 14-18. Clubs benefit from Sponsorship by individual Rotary Clubs. Our club is sponsored by Marco Island Rotary Noon Group. They provide support, some funding and guidance throughout the school year. Interact has a membership of over 250,000 youth in more than 11,000 clubs world wide. It is one of Rotary’s fastest growing programs Interact Clubs are self-governing and self-supporting and can be either school or community based. Interact’s name is a combination of the words international and action. With clubs in over 120 countries and geographical areas, Interact is truly an international phenomenon. Interact is dedicated to community and international service. Every Interact club project, great or small, has a lasting impact on society worldwide.
JROTC Raider Team
The Lely High School JROTC Program offers different extracurricular activities. Raider Team, being one of them, is very physical. Raider Team members have a physical workout at each practice where emphasis on upper-body strength and cardiovascular fitness is made. Along with the everyday Physical Training, Team members work on individual events such as the Rope Bridge, First Aid, Land Navigation, 5k (three mile) runs, and the PT test. The workload of an average Raider Team member will prepare them for the various annual competitions against Raider Teams of other High Schools in Florida.
Key Club International is one of the oldest and largest service programs for high school students. It is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through helping others. Key Club International is a part of the Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs. Many local Key Clubs are sponsored by a local Kiwanis club.
Mu Alpha Theta (Math)
Competition math team. We compete against other schools all over the state of FL in the subjects of Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Statistics, and Calculus. We meet on Wednesdays, in room 1-205 during lunch.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is a service organization comprised of members from the junior and senior classes at Lely High School who demonstrate proficiency in the following areas: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be a member of NHS means a student is one of high standing in his/her school and is a person who understands the need to help others. NHS membership is an important addition to a student’s resume when applying for college. NHS members tutor other Lely students, sponsor the Top 100 Recognition Night, participate in Naples Relay for Life, work on projects for Lely and other schools, raise money to pay budgetary needs and make donations for worthy causes, work on community projects, such as Feeding the Hungry Children of Naples, Blood Drives and several other smaller projects. We take pride in the services we provide for our students, our schools, and our community, and we welcome members who are willing to work hard to keep our organization one of the top service organizations in the nation.
This is a group of Lely students whom comes together for the purpose of viewing, showing and discussing aspects of photography. The group has a flicker school web site for display. Most students build portfolio’s for personal fulfillment. Opportunities exist in forms of Wedding or event photographers as well as modeling and portraiture. Mr. Smith is the sponsor but yields to the organizations elected officer who run and develop directions. Photography club meets once a month on Friday’s in room 4-123.
Road Runners Club
The Road Runners Club is for anyone that wants to run for fun. It is casual running with friends. We also volunteer as well as run local road races in the Naples area. All are welcome no matter your skill level.
Senior Class sponsor
Sophomore Class sponsor
Student council consists of the officers from each grade level. Officers are elected by the student body in the Spring of each year for the following academic year. Student council generally meets once a week in the Fall and is charged with the responsibility of planning and running Homecoming (September), Red Ribbon Week (October), Student-Faculty Volleyball (November), and Teacher Appreciation Week (April). All are welcome.
Teenage Republicans CLUB
The Lely High School Teenage Republicans Club is a club chartered under the National Federation of Teenage Republicans. Members of this club will focus on learning and spreading the conservative voice among young and old environments. Club Activities include volunteering, debate sessions, and much more! The opportunity to join different political events including the presence of notorious political figures is also given to the members of this club!
Varsity Scholar Bowl
This is the academic scholar bowl team. We compete against the other schools in Collier and Lee Counties. It is a jeopardy type competition, with questions coming from all areas. We currently meet on Thursday room 1-205 during lunch, although the room might be changing.