CLUBS

Battle Ground High School offers a variety of clubs that enable students to participate in activities and volunteerism.

Questions? Please Contact Assistant Principal Scott Yingling.

ClubPurposeRoom No.AdvisorOpen/ClosedASB card required
AFJROTCJROTC meets to discuss upcoming events such as community service projects, JROTC Varsity and JV information, accomplishments, goals, uniform information, etc.P5CMSgt Shannon & Lt. Col. WoodrowOpenYes
Associated Student Body (ASB)Must be a classroom representative to participate.B19Ms. WoodClosedYes
Auto ClubAuto ShopMr. CroneClosedYes
Becca's ClosetBecca's Closet donates formal attire to high school girls with financial need who otherwise would not be able to attend their schools' military balls, homecomings and proms. You will help with organization of dresses, advertising for events, planning, setting up, running, and taking down the Becca’s Closet giveaway events.F28Mrs. GwartneyOpenNo
Black Student Union (BSU)Open to any student interested in the understanding and advancement of students of varying ethnicities. Meets in the Band roomBand RoomMr. McKelveyOpenNo
Chess ClubTo play the game of chess for enjoyment and to strengthen thinking skills.B14Mr. WagnerOpenNo
Choir ClubActivities include musicals, concerts and anything of interest to supporting choir. Open to anyone interested in singing.HH5Ms. SchmittOpenYes
DECADECA is a national organization where students can develop and enhance leadership skill, network with other students from other schools who have similar interest. You DO NOT have to want to be a marketer to participate.B17Mr. WeeksOpenYes
Drama ClubOpen to all students interested in working on the Drama Club productions in any way. Internationally acclaimed group has performed in Scotland, and will continue to do outreach to local schools and groups to spread appreciation for theatre both near and far.C27Mr. HenryOpenYes
Family HistoryLearn how to research records and learn about your heritage. Maybe you will learn something fantastic, like your great, great, great, great grandfather was the first governor in Washington, maybe part of the Civil War, or possibly discovered new lands.J12Ms. PetersenOpenNo
FBLAFBLA is a national organization where students can develop and enhance leadership skills network with other students from other schools who have similar interests. You DO NOT have to want to own your own business to find a home in FBLA.B17Mr. WeeksOpenYes
FFAFFA is an national organization for those interested in agricultural leadership. In FFA you will be learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve. You must be enrolled in Agriculture Science, Horticulture, Floral Design, Natural Resources, or Small Gas Engines to attend. Each Tiger Time meeting will be worth 50 leadership points in your Agriculture class.J21Mrs. FolgnerClosedYes
Football ClubDuring club time players discuss the off-season and up-coming season in regards to development of the overall program here at BGHS. Topics include, SST training and off season conditioning, Spring practices, Western Oregon camp, Summer camps, Passing league, Mentoring, and all other team business related to program development. All current players should attend along with any interested potential new members.LairCoach KeslerOpenNo
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)Meets every Monday after school in D-11 from 2:30-3:30 and during TT club days. GSA is focused on helping to create a safe school, where every person learns to respect and accept all people regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression. GSA seeks to develop a school climate where difference is valued for the positive contribution to creating a more vibrant and diverse community. We will be attending field trips, hosting guest speakers and generally having fun in a safe place!D11Ms. Mountain & Mrs. MainOpenYes
German ClubThe German club is for students that are interested in learning more about Germany. We will be watching films in or about Germany, playing vocab. games, holding potlucks, practicing speaking German, talking about German history, and going on field trips. The primary goal is to learn about German culture, history and language.D1Mr. NewOpenYes
Green TeamThis is a student led group open to those interested in promoting environmental sustainability at BGHS and in our community through education, awareness, and action! Meet in Mrs. Alexander's room G14.G14Mrs. Alexander & Mrs. BryanOpenNo
Guitar ClubPlaying or learning the guitar. Bring your own instrument if you have one. Computer lab will be UNAVAILABLE.H41Mr. GettyOpenYes
Health Occupations Student Association (HOSA)Our mission is to enhance student growth in all areas of healthcare by providing learning and volunteer opportunities, while practicing new skills, building leadership skills, and creating lifelong friendships. We do this together by meeting the needs of our school and community. Upcoming events: community service projects, Red Cross Blood Drives, Blood Pressure screenings, Art and Craft Night / Harvest Day Carnival @local elementary school, Red Cross Heroes project, CPR/1st aid classes, Oktoberfest coloring for kids, potlucks, fundraising events, and so much more.
*Meetings are every Tuesday and Thursday after school 2:30-3:30 p.m.
**Requirements of joining: must be enrolled or have finished the Intro. to Health Science Careers class.
***BGHS Senior HOSA members have the opportunity to apply for the HOSA scholarship their senior year.
P7Mrs. GodfreyOpenYes
InteractINTERACT is a service club started by Rotary International for young people 14-18. It provides an opportunity to serve and improve our local and world communities while making friends, developing leadership skills, and making a difference. This is also a great way to earn community service hours. A1OpenYes
Magic the GatheringMagic the Gathering: a strategic card game with multiple players. This club was created for those who play or are interested in coming together for the game Magic. A game of fantasy and imagination that builds comradery with players. D5Mr. KreklowOpenNo
Math TeamThis is the place for students who like to explore and practice mathematics through conferences and contests.F26Ms. WelterOpenYes
National HonorSocietyGeneral Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at 7:40 AM. Meetings are not held during tiger time unless otherwise posted.B5Mrs. JohnstonCLOSED until 2nd semester invites are sentYes
Photo ClubA club for photo enthusiasts who love black & white and digital photography! We like to photograph together, display our work in the community, and attend photography events around town. -- You don't have to be in a photo class to join.H1Ms. DavernOpenYes
Poetry Out LoudSeptember-November only. If you are interested in participating in the school’s Poetry Out Loud competition this fall but you won't be participating through your English class, come to Mrs. Smithline’s room (B-11) during September, October, and November Club & Activity time. You can learn about the competition, choose a poem to memorize, and practice reciting in front of a group. Two members of the club will be chosen to compete in the school-wide competition in December. See Mrs. Smithline in Room B-11 if you have questions.B11Mrs. SmithlineOpenNo
Role Playing ClubThe club brings kids together to play Role playing games, non-electronic.G3Ms. DeWittOpenYes
Science OlympiadScience Olympiad a team competition where up to 15 students compete in 23 science related events.G15Mr. RothOpenYes
Speech and DebateA club for learning, preparing, and practicing the art of discussion, speech, and debate. We will prepare for competitions in the winter.D12Mr. HiddenOpenNo
STRIPESPeer Mentoring program focusing on helping freshmen and new students transition to high school. Must be a 10-12th grader, must apply to participate, lettering is possible.Mrs. PackClosedYes
UTCUTC is way to promote spirit through the school. U is unity, T is toughness and C is class. UTC is leading by supporting athletes, performers and students alike.F28Mrs. GwartneyOpenYes

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