Clubs and Afterschool Programs (Extra Curricular)

We offer different ways for students to be plugged in at BCHS. These clubs and after school programs require a teacher host. We encourage students to be the leaders in these clubs. If you have an interest in starting a new club, please see the office admin for approval.


What: Creating the school's annual Yearbook!
When:We meet every Wednesday at noon
Where: Room 2011
Who: All students are welcome to attend!
Teacher Host: Mrs. Stachniak,  Ms. Uchiage, Mr. Maudie

The Bert Church Slam Poetry Troupe

What - The Bert Church Slam Poetry Troupe is comprised of students from grades nine through twelve with an interest in writing, poetry, and creative expression. These are the facets of the slam poetry movement, which emphasizes writing and performing poetry of a variety of forms, styles, and subjects.

Where - My. Smith's room. (2002)

Who - Any student grade nine through twelve.

Mr. (Andrew) Smith


What: Building Connections within the school and the community

Where: Room 1057

Who: All students are welcome and encouraged to participate

Teacher Host: Mr. Jones

Drama Club

Students have the opportunity to join the Drama Club while in grades 9 - 12.  Members of the club can work on our Main Stage production of the Advanced Acting Class, with opportunities in Technical theatre and limited performance opportunities.  Production starts in September with the performance taking place in December.  Performance work is selected through audition, other technical roles are done through student interest and production need.

Spring production

Starting in 2012 the Drama department has added a Spring production.  This new addition to the performance schedule is made up of Drama Club members.  Performance roles are selected through auditions.  Production work begins in January with performance taking place in May.  Practice takes place daily in the morning before classes start.  Cost for this will be the purchase cost of the scripts.


What is QSA? (QSA stands for Queer Students and Allies)

Gay-straight alliances (GSAs) and queer-straight alliances (QSAs) are peer support networks that promote welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students and their allies.

A GSA/QSA is run by students and supported by school staff and would be grounded in the principles of promoting:

  • equity for sexual and gender minority students
  • safe, caring and inclusive spaces for all students
  • healthy, respectful environments and relationships to prevent or eliminate bullying and discrimination

As peer support networks, GSAs/QSAs help LGBTQ students overcome feelings of isolation and alienation that are a result of homophobic and transphobic bullying. They help students begin to feel empowered as they develop a sense of belonging in their school. GSAs/QSAs also help interested students become allies for their LGBTQ peers and provide a safe place to help understand and learn how to offer support.

When: Mondays at Lunch

Where: Rm. 2007

Who: All students who identify on the spectrum or are allies and want to learn

Teacher Advisors: Ms. Tiemstra, Mr. Goodyear

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