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Extracurricular Activities / Clubs / Athletics / and off Campus Ops @ BHS:
Action Team –
Mrs. Maines…is sponsored by Volunteers of America and the Major League Baseball Player Trust…dedicated to serving communities through service.
Arboretum Club –
Dedicated to preserving, protecting, educating, and developing projects at BHS that enhance the school’s appearance.
Offers students time for creative exploration in an open studio environment / members have the opportunity to work on different projects.
Book Club –
Mrs. Jerome and Melissa Orth…members read and discuss great books throughout the year…sponsor the “Movie of the Month” event.
Mrs. Dolan…a new club that is dedicated to exploring the world of technology and robotics.
Mrs. Jerome…produces the “First Five” morning announcement live from BHS Studio each morning.
Civil Rights Team –
Ms. McKarns…works on the Civil Rights awareness issues throughout the school.
Connecting Communities –
Mr. Hart and Mrs. Maines …a student driven club that helps African orphanages.
Mr. Hutchinson… is a state and nation-wide environmental competition where high school students test their knowledge of natural resources and current environmental issues.
Garden Club –
Mr. Riggleman…help tend the BHS garden and more.
Gay-Straight Alliance (PRIDE)
Mr. Arcand…goal is to provide a safe, supportive environment for lesbian, gay, transgender, and straight ally youth.
Interact Club –
Mr. Wilson..is a service based club that gives students the opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects…events included Bowl For Kids’ Sake, visit to Preble Street, Stuff the Bus, and more.
Mr Scarpone…Jazz it up! Jazz ensemble, Jazz band, Jazz combo 1, Jazz combo 2.
Male A Capella Group “Hear” –
Mr. Porter…students who love to sing are encouraged to join.
Math Team –
Mr. Porter…currently in its 47th year of competition…members attend two practice sessions per week and compete in 5 regular season meets
Outing Club –
Mr. McCullough…emphasis on exploring the nature around us through hikes and other fun adventures.
Santa Fund –
Mrs. Mitchell…helps collect money and gifts around the holidays for families in need.
Ski Club –
Conducts 5-10 ski trips a year to various mountains across Maine and New England.
Speech and Debate –
Members dedicate their time to memorizing prose, writing speeches, arguing conventions because their passion is to share their voice with the nation and anyone who will listen
Women A Capella Group –
Mrs. Albert…students who love to sing are encouraged to join.
Mrs. Driscoll…members work everyday after school to create the book that you read at the end of year.
Chess Club and Spanish Conversation Club were two student-initiated groups last year…we encourage students to create their own group
*Tri-M- Mrs. Albert and Mr. Scarpone lead this music honors group
*French Honor Society- Mrs. Duncan
*Latin Honor Society- Mrs. Lienau
*Spanish Honor Society – Mrs. Nolan
*National Honor Society- Mrs. Dumont
*Art Honor Society – Mrs. Driscoll
*Math Honor Society – Mrs. Dolan
*Application process required, junior and seniors only
Networking and Learning Off Campus
Harriet Beecher Stowe / Coffin / BJHS Assistants – Mr. Wilson…students of any grade level can dedicate one (or more) of their study halls to aiding teachers at nearby Brunswick schools…students can receive 30+ community service hours for this per semester (based on attendance).
Mid Coast Senior Health Center – Mr. Wilson….students of any grade level can dedicate one (or more) of their study halls to aiding the medical and social staff at nearby Thornton Hall, Mere Point Community, Bodwell Center, The Garden… students can receive 30+ community service hours for this per semester (based on attendance)
Mid Coast Hospital and Martin’s Point Job Shadows – Mr. Wilson…four hour shadows = Pediatric and family care, physicians assistant, nurse and nurse practitioner, lab and x-ray, administration and office, and physical therapy.
Internships Available – Must have own transportation – This experience becomes a part of your semester schedule and you can receive community service hours -Mid Coast Hunger Protection – Crystal Spring Farm (Fall) – Teens To Trails – American Cancer Society – American Red Cross Mid Coast Chapter – United Way of Mid Coast Maine
Other Student Voice / Action Opportunities
International Club – This group helps highlight our exchange program students and spreads international feeling and celebration.
Student Government – Mrs. Wagner Elected and Non-Elected members welcome! Mrs. Wagner…students contribute to the BHS community through morning meetings each week. Homecoming Comm. and Winter Carnival Comm. plans dances – run for office or get involved…students make the difference!
Prom Committee – Mr. Gordon…a branch of Student Government that plans Prom…anyone can get involved.
Annual Events and BHS Productions
BHS Players –
Perform two shows a year, one fall play and one spring musical also Stage Crew – Mrs. Mutty…needs students to help with creating props, moving sets, lighting during the BHS Players productions.
“Hot Country Nights” –
Mr. Porter…a group of roughly 30 students each year get involved in this night filled of country, great laughs and country songs put on by the students at BHS.
Talent Show –
Students each year get together and put on a great show
BHS Athletic Teams:
Girls Varsity Volleyball
Field Hockey: Varsity, JV
Football: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Girls’ soccer: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Boys’ Soccer: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Boys’ X-C Track
Girls’ X-C Track
Boys’ Basketball: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Girls’ Basketball: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Boys’ Ice Hockey: Varsity, JV
Girls’ Ice Hockey
Boys’ Swimming and Diving
Girls’ Swimming and Diving
Coed Indoor Track
Winter Cheerleading: Varsity, JV
Baseball: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Softball: Varsity, JV
Boys’ Lacrosse: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Girls’ Lacrosse: Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Boys’ Tennis: Varsity, JV
Girls’ Tennis: Varsity, JV
Boys’ Outdoor Track
Girls’ Outdoor Track