National Art Honors Society is a club at LSHS that allows students to express themselves creatively. Students are able to create paintings, ceramic pieces, and drawings. There are many talented students within the club. This is ran by the art teacher James Couch. All art students are working toward completing a series of projects. In past years the art club has created a vast amount of murals including in the library and the STEM ones in the A-hall. For the past two years art students have been working on lion sculptures that are meant for the beautification of the school.
The Lithia Springs High School Thespian Society is an organization dedicated to excellence in theater. Members of the thespian troupe participate in plays, work tech for shows, plan group activities, and participate in community service. The thespian troupe will be attending thespian conference in February, where they will participate in workshops, competitions, shows, and scholarship auditions. The current thespian officers are AJ Robinson, Christian Bradley, Isabella Edwards, and Naomi Douglas.
Health Occupation Students of America. HOSA is a medical field based club for high school students. Annually, there are region, state, and national competitions that students are allowed to participate in. HOSA also allows students to earn credits by participating in blood drives, community service, and HOSA sponsored events. These credits can allow students to graduate with a cord of recognition. The HOSA club at Lithia Springs High School has gone to state for the last few years. The president is Payton Welch, and the vice president is Alaina White. Our HOSA club has achieved many great things and we look forward to what they will do in the future.