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Animanga Club: 

Room 309

Virtual meetings Friday afternoons starting in October.  Please contact Mr. Wright with questions.

Advisor: Mr. Wright
676-6470 x7309

 

Art Club:

Room 145

A time to come together with like-minded creatives and make art, or just socialize!  Please pay 10 dollars dues to the ASB for materials.

Advisors:

Ms. Gersich,  676-6470 x7154

Ms.  Korthuis 676-6470 x7340

 

Bayhawk Book Club:

Join Bayhawk Book Club on Remind to receive text message updates. (Sign up for club info.)

Advisor: Mr. Bachmeier

676-6470 x7220

 

Chess:

Advisor: Mr. Bachmeier

Sign up for Information

and Join Bellingham HS Chess on chess.com

676-6470 x7220

 

Computational Linguistics:

Room 307

Nacloweb.org

Advisor: Mr. Smartt
676-6470 x7307

 

Costume, Hair, Makeup:

Room 135

Costume, Hair, & Makeup Club is a place to come together with new people with common interests to design the hair and makeup for the Theatre Department shows, and also explore the many facets of the department from sewing to special effects makeup.

Meets Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:30 pm in room 135.

Please contact Ms. Glasgow with questions.

Advisor:  Ms. Glasgow

676-6470 x7136

 

Debate: 

We are a competitive debate program made up of students from all three high schools. We travel to weekend tournaments. We do three forms of debate: Lincoln-Douglas, Public Forum, and Policy. We meet (virtually this year!) on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 5:30pm-7:30pm, and write cases, conduct research, and practice our speaking and note-taking skills. Each form of debate has its own coach, which makes our program efficient and unique from other programs in the area. When able, we also make sure to take team-bonding trips and get to know each other, which is great because we spend A LOT of time together on the road!

Debate is an exciting, diverse, and inclusive space. We are a united team, which means you and your friends from other schools can have a common place to work together. While this activity is extremely fun, your schoolwork will thank you for the study and research skills. You will also be eased into public speaking, which is a skill everyone needs! You will also have the ability in future seasons to travel around Washington and Oregon, and make friends from other schools.

We meet in-person on Mondays from 5:30-7:30 in the third floor commons at BHS and online on Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30. 

Coach: Ms. Sandoz

Website

 

DECA:  Paused for now

 

Drama:

Drama Club is a place to play and meet new people. Drama Club will host different workshops or events open to anyone each meeting from movie nights to Improv to stage combat workshops.

Meets on Mondays 3:30 – 4:30 p.m in the PAC.

Please contact Ms. Glasgow with questions.

Director:  Ms. Glasgow
676-6470 x7136

 

Dungeons and Dragons:  Wednesdays at 3:30-5:00 in Student Center

For more information, click here.

Advisor:  Mr. Strobel

360 676-6470 x7185

 

E-Sports:  

Details and meeting schedule coming soon…

Advisor: Mr. Clement
676-6470 x7150

 

Engineering:  

Advisor: Mr. Clement
676-6470 x7150

 

Environmental Club:  Students who are concerned about the environment can gather, share ideas, plan events, compete and collaborate to help our student body lessen its impact on the Environment. This is the CTSO equivalent that allows our Environmental Science and related courses to be considered dual credit (CTE & Science).

Advisor: Mr. Balsiger

676-6470 x7223

 

FCCLA:  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

FCCLA, Family, Community and Career Leaders of America, is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization. FCCLA includes Chapter projects, in which students can compete in that focus on a variety of youth concerns, including teen pregnancy, parenting, family relationships, substance abuse, peer pressure, environment, nutrition and fitness, teen violence, and career exploration. Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life — planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication — necessary in the home and workplace.

Advisor:  Ms. Ortega-Mendez

676-6470 x7315

 

FCR:  Fellowship of Christian Raiders

Advisor:  Mr. McKay

676-6470 x7312

 

Film Making:

Advisor: Mr. Healy

676-6470 x7134

 

French Club:

Advisor:  Ms. Cuello

676-6470 x7206

 

German Club:

Meets in room 211

Questions?  Please see our advisor: Mrs. Bezanson

676-6470 x7211

 

Girl Up, to Embody Love:

Girl Up  was founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010 and is a global movement of empowered young women leaders focused on social change and gender equality.

Embody Love’s  mission is to empower girls and women to celebrate their inner beauty, commit to kindness, and contribute to meaningful change in the world.

Advisor:  Ms. Runyan

360 676-6470 x7161

 

La Chispa:  La Chispa club (The spark) celebrates students of Hispanic heritage, to help students build their self-confidence, strengthen their cultural identity and increase their academic success. Students success is largely dependent on three factors: positive adult role models, involvement in school and in community service. La Chispa offers students advancement in all three areas.

Advisors: Ms. Hodge

Mrs. Ortega

Ms. Meza

360-676-6470 x7206

 

Lacrosse Club:

BHS Lacrosse is a Spring Club Sport.  We do meet throughout the year, so players must clear through Final Forms for Fall, Winter, and Spring. Please see Mrs. O’Malley in room 308 with questions.

Advisors:  Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Jacques

Schedule

 

Math Team:

Advisor: Mr. Smartt

676-6470 x7307

 

National Honor Society

Advisor:  Mr. Woodrum

676-6470 x7204

 

Peer Centered Outreach:  

Students participate in outreach efforts related to mental health and wellbeing that leave lasting and positive impact on our community.

Advisor: Ms. Meza

360-220-0876

 

Photography:

Advisor: Mrs. Carroll
676-6470 x 7114

 

Pottery Club:

Advisor: Mrs. Lucy

676-6470 x7146

 

G.S.A. 

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance club will meet Thursdays, from 3:30-4:30 in the Student Center.  GSA is a safe space to have some fun and collaborate on ways to make our school and community a better place for the LGBTQIA+ community. We are hoping to gather more members who are interested in building a joyful, safe, and encouraging community, be advocates and allies, and engage in meaningful discussion regarding social justice. Please invite your friends and come as you are. We are so excited to meet you!

Click this link to join GSA on Teams

Advisors:

Ms. Irwin

676-6470 x7236

Ms. Glasgow

676-6470 x7136

 

Rugby Club

This is a spring club sport, similar to lacrosse.

Advisor:  Mr. Brown

 

Spanish:

Advisor:

Ms. French

676-6470 x7208

Ms. Hodge

676-6470 x7210

 

Stage Production:

Meets daily in P.A.C. during Theatre Department productions.

Advisor: Ms. Glasgow

676-6470 x7136

 

T.E.C.  (Technical Entertainment Crew):

Meets every Tuesday and Thursday after school in P.A.C.

Advisor: Mr. Healy

676-6470 x7134

 

Teen Court:  Room 315

Advisor: Ms. Koetje

676-6470 x7315

 

Unified Robotics:  

Meets in room 114

Advisor: Ms. Herta

676-6470 x7138

 

Ultimate Frisbee:

Advisor: Mr. Stockman

676-6470 x7144

 

Volunteer Club:

Advisor: Mrs. Atkins-Voth
676-6470 x7137

 

 

ASB Supported Clubs/Groups/Activities

Band:
Director: Mr. Kenagy

676-6470 x7183

 

Cheerleading:

Advisor:  Ms. Vaughn

676-6470 x7168

 

Choir:

Website

Director: Ms. Campbell
676-6470 x7186

 

Color Guard:
Director: Mr. Kenagy
676-6470 x7183

 

Dance Team:

Advisor: Ms. Weston

Clinic Info Flyer

Clinic Registration

Clinic Payment

 

Orchestra:

Director: Mr. Strobel

676-6470 x 7185

 

Raider Mentors/LINK:

Meets in room 305

Advisor: Mrs. O’Malley

676-6470 x7305

 

Sports Medicine:

Class enrollment is each spring.

Meets Tues/Thurs in Portable C from 6-7 p.m.

Advisor: Mrs. Owen

676-6470 x7341