Beta Club is the BSCS Honor Society. It is the “largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. For more that 80 years, it has prepared today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders.” Beta students host fundraisers throughout the year to support various non-profits and participate in service projects.
The Chess Club welcomes students of all skill levels. In the Chess Club students will learn the roles and movements of each chess piece, the rules of the game, strategies, and the various ways to play the game. The game of chess is an excellent way to build good sportsmanship, strategic thinking, problem solving and critical thinking skills. Chess is also a great opportunity to build new friendships and confidence!
Christian Retreat Leaders
Retreat Team is available for 6-8 graders to deepen their own faith and develop an understanding of how to share the faith with others. It will be a year-long commitment. Participants will experience a variety of activities to deepen their faith and learn to engage others in a fun and engaging atmosphere (games, talks, testimonies, speakers, videos and other hands-on activities). Our goal is to have this team lead a retreat for our 5th- 8th grade students each Spring. In order to make the club as fruitful as possible, we limit the number of students to 15.
Students don't need any previous experience to dance. Dancing is a wonderful way to engage and build a student's mind and body. Movement in the form of dance can increase memory, build self-esteem, and improve overall wellness.
"Improv" your life with sketch comedy! In this club, students will be exposed to a variety of elements that make up the art form of theater...specifically improv and sketch writing. We will train our minds to think on our feet and make people laugh. Students will gain confidence in public speaking, express their creativity, and learn to improvise dynamic scenes and characters in a fun and supportive environment. Students - make your inner comic come alive as you engage in improv, sketch writing, acting scenes, and drama games.... Fun Fact: improv has been known to improve standardized test scores - Go MAP!
Makerspace will provide a hands-on, creative way to encourage students to design, experiment, build and invent as they deeply engage in science, engineering and tinkering. Makerspace will provide materials and resources such as craft paper/markers/crayons/glue/modeling clay/Legos to foster learning through inquiry.
This soccer program is offered by Soccer Shots. The Soccer Shots Curriculum encourages inclusive, child-centered activities, facilitated and encouraged by coaches and families, in a safe, positive, fun and welcoming environment. We believe that all children can develop socially, emotionally, physically, cognitively and linguistically, through soccer and play.
The Middle School student council is a group of representatives elected by their peers. They host fundraisers to fund community events, such as field day, and offer the Principal the student prospective when considering policy changes.
The Ukele is a beginner-friendly instrument with only 4 strings. It allows the student to quickly learn, play, and enjoy a sense of accomplishment. The benefits of playing a musical instrument and learning go hand in hand. Students who take the time to learn to play increase their focus and discipline.