Student Council consists of elected representatives from each grade level in the Middle and Senior School. The Student Council recommends changes in school policy to the headmaster and advocates in the areas of academics, exam schedules, homework issues, course options, the student honour code, dress, nutrition, information technology, and other student rights issues.
Graduate Pride is the grade 11 leadership team and consists of a group of students who are selected to organize and lead student activities throughout the year. The group meets regularly to collaborate, plan activities, as well as help plan content for the weekly assemblies. It includes the house heads as well as the Head Boy and Head Girl, who act as school ambassadors and represent the school at local and national leadership conferences. Graduate Pride has two divisions:
- School Pride allows students to manage any one of nine portfolios: Athletics, Arts, Activities, Service in Action, Environment, Photography, Yearbook, Internationalism/Diversity and Round Square.
- House Pride includes elected grade 11 house heads each of whom is responsible for creating, running and supporting house challenges throughout the year, boosting house spirit, working closely with student leadership advisors and serving as mentors.
LCC is a member of Round Square, a worldwide association of about 180 schools on five continents and in 50 countries that encourages students to push beyond academic excellence to discover and develop their full potential. As a Round Square member, LCC’s Senior School students have the opportunity to attend international conferences, participate in international service projects and apply for exchanges with other member schools. Recent conferences include United World College, Dover, Singapore (2015), Stiftung Louisenlund School, Germany (2016), Bridge House School, South Africa (2017).
Students also attend leadership conferences of the CAIS (Canadian Accredited Independent Schools), which are hosted by different schools across Canada.