In addition to formal learning school activities, a range of extra-curricular activities are offered.
Participation in activities allows students to discover interests and talents, supports them in their learning, encourages them to make efforts and act responsibly, develops their creativity and autonomy, their self-esteem and sense of community.
Come and see!
LML – more than a school
A cozy place to hang out, enjoy yourself and take part in some fun activities such as playing table soccer, darts or board games, but also to produce your own movies using our camera equipment and greenscreen. Plus, there’s a room with a laser cutting machine, a sewing machine a 3D printer and a lot more.
In short, it really is THE place to be. (When you don’t have class, obviously!)
Open: 7:30-8:30, 11:20-13:15, 14:55-17:00
Place: Room 6100
Contact: Elisa Mura (firstname.lastname@example.org), Max Peping (email@example.com)
Another cool room where hi tech and computing meet. There‘s lots of 3D printers, Raspberry Pis, Kniwwelinos and the like. You can choose to work completely on your own or to participate in workshops. In any case, it is worth more than one visit.
Time: Before school and during lunchbreak, by appointment
Place: Room 2228
Contact: Christophe Machtelinckx (firstname.lastname@example.org), Christian Lucius (email@example.com), Christian Hougardy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You need to fix your iPad, your headphones, your bike – or your parent’s vacuum cleaner ? No problem, just come to the Repair Shop and we’ll give you a hand!
Time: Thursdays, 12:15-13:10; Fridays, 11:20-12:10
Place: Room 4110
Contact: Stefan Weinandy (email@example.com) & James Bahrich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yes, it is true: There are no less than three (!) bee colonies on our school campus. And you get to take care of them and study them and produce amazing stuff from beeswax, like deodorant, oilcloths and lip balm.
Time: Thursdays, 15:00-17:00
Place: Biology Department / Outdoors
Contact: Georges Weisgerber (email@example.com)
You don’t need to be Sheldon Cooper. A curios, inventive and scientific spirit will do. And maybe your brandnew idea will be featured in an international competition. We’re crossing fingers.
Time: Mondays, 15:00-15:55
Place: Biology Department
Contact: Anne Hoscheid (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anyone with an appetite for chess, whether s/he‘s a beginner or an advanced player, can join our chess club on Mondays during lunchbreak. You might be the next Beth Harmon – who knows? And did we mention that we’re Top 5 in Luxembourg?
Time: Tuesdays, 11:25-13:10
Place: Room 6006 (iRead Centre)
Contact: Johan Hellberg (email@example.com)
What’s in the news? Well, you get to decide! Be part of the editorial team of the first digital LML student newspaper. You can publish your articles, reviews, interviews, videos, photographs on anything related to student life, the LML and the great wide world on our iRead News page integrating YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.
Contact: Jérôme Jaminet (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anyone who loves reading, writing or even creating events is welcome in this clubs. It’s your ideas and hard work that helps us promote the library.
Time: Turesdays, 15:00-16:30
Place: LML i-Read Centre / CDI
Contact: Elisa Mura (email@example.com)
Let’s move (Sports)
Throw or kick a ball, swing the dance floor or try to look fly riding a waveboard – those are just a few of the things you can use our sports facilities for. Even after school.
Time: Daily during lunchbreak and after school
Contact: Paul Engel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Setting the right tone (Music)
There’s singing and piano playing. There are percussionists at work and bands starting their career. There is the school choir rehearsing for the Gala Concert. And there is music in the air, always.
Time: After school, by appointment
Place: Music Department
Contact: Danièle Diederich (email@example.com), Ben Konen (firstname.lastname@example.org), Raymond Rickard (email@example.com)