Y Club is a service organization that is also involved youth government programs. At Lexington Catholic, we sponsor one service project or fundraiser each month. Students choose and implement the service projects. Recent service projects include making sandwiches for Catholic Action Center, a book drive to support International Book Project and blanket making to support the Appalachian Mission Drive. Y Club members also attend the Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) and Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA) both of which are mock government conferences. KYA models the Kentucky State Government System while KUNA models the United Nations. At both conferences students write and debate proposals. Students also have the opportunity to run for office at both conferences. At our most recent KYA, our freshman received the award for Outstanding Premier Bill and debated on the Senate floor at the Capital Building in Frankfort.
Caring: to love others, to be sensitive to the well-being of others,
to help others.
Honesty: to tell the truth, to act in such a way that you are worthy of trust, to have integrity; making sure your choices match your values.
Respect: to treat others as you would have them treat you; to value the worth of every person, including yourself.
Responsibility: to do what is right, what you ought to do; to be accountable for your behavior and obligations.