Attendance 530-251-1106


Fall Sports – Tryouts in August

Football     Field Hockey     Cross Country

Volleyball     Girls Golf      Swim

Winter Sports – Tryouts in November

Basketball     Soccer     Wrestling

Spring Sports – Tryouts in February

Baseball     Softball     Track

Boys Golf     Trap Shooting

Year Long

Cheer Squad    Drill Team 


ASB     Cadet Corps      CA. Scholarship Foundation

Cheer Squad     Culinary     

Future Farmers of America (FFA)     

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Health Occupations Students of America

     Interact     Jazzed about Music     LGBTQ+

Performing Arts      STEM     

Teen Court     Yearbook 

Contact Carol Kramer in the Library to learn how to participate in our many sports and clubs.
We understand that high school can be just as much about experiences as it is about academics. Extracurricular activities can provide an edge when applying to college and can promote student success in not just the classroom along with giving students an avenue to explore their interests. Because of this we offer a wide range of sports and clubs for you to choose from. For more information, or specific information on clubs, sports, or requirements contact Carol Kramer in the Library.


The primary purpose of the ASB is to benefit students. Students learn the principles of operating a small business and make a contribution to their school. Within the ASB, Student Body Clubs can be organized. The chief objective of these clubs is either educational or service oriented. Clubs whose main focus is social will not be recognized.

High Schools have organized Associated Student Bodies. This requires a constitution and an election of a student council. The council meets regularly, following parliamentary procedure to approve fundraising activities and expenditures.

To learn more, please see the ASB Club Handbook.

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Future Farmers of America (FFA)

The National FFA Organization is among the largest youth organization in the United States, with 610,240 members in 7,665 chapters throughout all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. FFA is the largest of the career and technical student organizations in U.S. schools

Susanville FFA consists of over 400 active FFA members and was chartered in 1928. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for “Premier Leadership, Personal Growth, and Career Success” through agricultural education.

See the attached “POW” for our chapter goals, leadership, and competition opportunities.

Contact FFA Advisor Elizabeth Ammon with questions. 530-251-1160

Students – to join the FFA outlook group that includes the Program of Work click here

Parents – to join the FFA outlook group please contact Elizabeth Ammon with your email address at

California Cadet Corps

Lassen High School has reestablished its California Cadet Corps program (we were one of the first schools to have a program back in the early 1900s). Lassen High School is the new home of 7th Battalion. There are several aspects to this leadership program and I invite you all to check out the curriculum, mission, and standards at

Our Local chapter is very active. They have created a school Food Locker to help students who struggling, they participate in several parades, and help out in the local community.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Support the FBLA! Click Here to get FBLA gear and support the FBLA.

Click Here to visit the FBLA website

Future Business Leaders of America is the premiere organization for students preparing for careers in business. It is the largest student business organization in the world with a quarter of a million members. FBLA prepares students for “real-world” professional experience. Members gain the competitive edge for college and career success. Anyone who wants to be a success in the future is in a business or business-related field can join Lassen FBLA.

Lassen FBLA has over 300 members for the 2016-2017 year including students in Math 2 Plus with Robotics, Computer Operations, Personal Finance, Graphics 1, and Graphics 2-Yearbook.

Contact the teacher in any of the above classes or Dawn Egan – Advisor ( 251-1133 or Kerrissa Schall Advisor ( 251-5510 for membership information.