Clubs & Activities
Students are encouraged to get involved in different types of activities to explore and develop all of their God-given talents.
- Art Club
- Campus Fusion
- Hispanic Honor Society
- Key Club
- Odyssey of the Mind
- Panther Players
- Recycling Club
Advisors: Kathy Fitzgerald and Debbie Snow
Purpose: collecting and repainting old furniture in a creative, artsy way to donate to the BCS auction, as well as to sell to the public to raise money for charities and the art club
Meetings: Thursdays after school in the art room
Fee: $10 and interested high school students can still join
Advisor: Roger Meadows (Student leaders: Rylie Cunneen & Luke Childers)
Purpose: to worship, listen to engaging age-appropriate messages, small group discussion, and have a fun time to hang out
Meetings: This club is open to all middle school students and meets every other Wednesday after school in Mr. Meadows’ 5th grade classroom
*This group is currently on hold, but please watch for an announcement as to when the group will begin meeting again.
Advisor: Ben HoltMission Statement: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
There are many events our BCS Chapter of Key Club has supported such as Ping Pong to Eliminate, Bouwer Cup Golf Tournament, and JDRF Diabetes Walk.
Check out our BCS Key Club page!
BCS Officers for 2015-2016 Term
President – Ryan Symens
Vice President – Emily Arakel
Secretary – Kristina Pullaro
Treasurer – Winston Spencer
Editor – Philip Franzone
Kiwanis Supervisor – William Edwards
Advisor: Andrea Pires
Purpose: a creative problem-solving program for students
This club provides teams with the opoprtunity to learn creative problem solving, team work, brainstorming, self-reliance, and respect for individual strengths. Students enjoy unique, unforgettable experiences that will serve them in every aspect of their lives. Five teams have been formed with 35 students from Grades K-5 and they meet once a week. The competition with other schools is February 20.
*Teams are already assembled for this year but consider joining next year. We hope to be able to offer this opportunity to middle school students next year as well.
Purpose: work on drama, improvisation, movement, and vocal skills
Students will learn drama, production and acting
Meetings: Practices are after school on Thursdays in the music room
This club hopes to perform in chapel, at retreats and in worship services. They plan to take a tour of a few schools this spring to share the message of Christ's love in drama form.
Advisor: Mark Gonzalez (student leader - Tahlia Amos)
Started by students with a vision to improve recycling efforts here at BCS
This club is open to any high school student that wants to serve and cares about recycling.
Meetings: This group meets once a month but collects recycling around campus weekly