• Extra Curricular Activities

    Lenape Digital Media (formerly Lenape Television)
    Lenape TelevisionThe Lenape Television Club is an extension of the TV Broadcasting Technology curriculum, but is open to all students.  The primary activity is to produce a live television show each Friday Morning, with preparation and planning taking place during Lunch and Learn.  Lenape Live features a mix of live hosts with pre-recorded segments.  After school, the club works on special projects including scripted television series, film challenges, and more.


    Lenape District Television
    Lenape District Television is the educational access television station for the Lenape Regional High School District. LDTVLDTV Sports  Students can be a part of LDTV's television production crew which regularly broadcasts district sporting events and several school and community related programs.

    Students in the Communication Technology classes also produce programming that airs on the station.  This can range from programs, such as Students of the Month and Tribal News, to events that have been filmed like graduation and musical concerts.
    Storm RoboticsStorm Robotics
    Storm Robotics consists of students from Lenape High School and Cherokee High School coming together to build a robot for the First Robotics Competition. The two schools work together and set aside their traditional rivalries for several weeks of intense robot construction for a game created by FIRST. During the rookie year, the team hit the FIRST community with a full force hurricane of energy and dedication. Team 2729 won the Rookie All Star Award in Washington DC Regional's and at the Philadelphia Regional, allowing the team to head on to the world champs for their first year as a team. At the world champs Storm won the Highest Rookie Seed Award, bringing an end to their status as rookies.
    The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in technology. Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes overTSA 180,000 middle and high school students in 2,000 schools spanning 48 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student. From engineers to business managers, our alumni credit TSA with a positive influence on their lives.