Clubs & Organizations

Science Club- The primary purpose of the BCHS Science Club is to organize activities for its members and to educate the Bridge Creek community on science related topics. Those activities will focus on, but are not restricted to, the invitation of guest speakers to the campus, various student-lead presentations given to younger students throughout the community, trips to science related locations, and also activities which will allow the members to establish bonds with others who hold common interests. The club will also provide information about such activities to its members and to the Bridge Creek community. Sponsor-Mrs. Feathers 

 

Art Club- . Meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month.  Our mission is to raise awareness of art in our school and community. Sponsor-Ms. Brower

 

Fellowship of Christian Students- The Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) is an interdenominational group that provides Christian fellowship in order to equip and encourage students to make a difference for Christ.  Youth pastors from area churches lead devotions and prayer.  The group meets during both lunch periods on the second Wednesday of each month. Sponsor-Mrs. Bradford

 

Student Council- Student Council is a student-based civic organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. Students participating in all levels of the Council will maintain a high standard of personal conduct.  Council members will demonstrate leadership qualities by serving as good examples of behavior through their words and actions.  All Council members will be expected to participate in approved activities, which will serve to enhance the quality of both the physical and behavior environment of the school.  Sponsor - Ms. Hutchison

 

Robotics- The robotics team is equal parts competition team and service organization. Each year a new competition field is released and the team has to build a robot to score points according to the design of the field. There are between 2 and 6 different competitions for the entire season on dates that can be spread out from October to April, and almost always on a weekend. In addition to building a robot the team is expected to take on service projects that help contribute to the larger community of robotics teams, as well as projects that help the local school community engage in STEM. Robotics meets in a class that helps organize these activities as well as provide training an opportunity to prepare for these events. Students are welcome to find their own strengths on the team be it social media, Computer Assisted Design, building or programming. There are no requirements to join but there are many required build days and service projects that meet after school, weekends, and often over breaks, a flexible schedule and desire for excellence is a must.  Sponsor-Mr. Carr




Academic Team- Being on the academic team means embracing your own intelligence, and seeking out new knowledge in the world around you. Competitions consist of two teams of four, each from a different school, using a buzzer system to answer questions asked by a moderator. In addition to players buzzing in to answers a question there is also a team portion of the competition where teams answers questions as a group. There are no tryouts or requirements to be on the team, but attending practice and participating in the group chat is expected. The academic team competes in three different quiz bowl competitions, the MATC Conference, the OSSAA Quiz Bowl tournaments, and the National Academic Quiz Bowl Tournaments. There can be up to 100 games on approximately 20 different dates throughout the year, the majority of those dates are in the fall semester, and many tournaments are on Saturdays. There is space and opportunity for all types from those who just want to try it out and see to those deeply committed to the game, all are welcome. Sponsor-Mr. Carr

 

FCCLA- Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education as determined by the state department of education. Sponsor-Mrs. Mason



National Honor Society-NHS is a service organization and here at BCHS; the organization focuses on serving various clubs and the school.  They do this by hosting academic meets for our Quiz Bowl Team, help in concession stands for our sports, help with putting food baskets together, serving our teachers at the TOY Banquet and many more events.  All members of NHS have a 3.25 (non-weighted) GPA and have shown to be involved in the school, their community and in other organizations by giving of their time and talents.  Sponsor-Mrs. Carr

 

Spanish Club- Is designed to give students who are enrolled in Spanish Class the opportunity to become involved in culturally enriching experiences outside of class.  Our traditional yearly field trip to watch a dance performance by the professional Hispanic Flamenco Ballet is a good example of such a cultural activity.  To join the Spanish Club is only $5 Sponsor-Ms. Tillery