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Astronomy Club

Sponsors: Molly Bovos

Astronomy Club is an after school club that meets about twice per month or so to discuss exciting events in space exploration and astrophysics as well as field trips to observatories, planetariums, and we will be hosting our own Star Observation Parties this year! Our call out will be during Advisory on Tuesday, August 30th in the library. 

 

Basehor-Linwood Mentors and Care Cats

Sponsor: Tammy Potts

Basehor Linwood USD 458 has a unique district mentoring program, and you can participate as an adult "Mentor," or as a BLHS junior or senior "Care Cat." Click here for more information!

 

FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America

Sponsor: Cody Zieigler

FBLA is a student business organization of young people preparing for success as leaders in business, government, and their communities. The mission of FBLA is to bring different aspects of business and education together through innovative leadership and career development programs that cover a broad range of topics. Students in FBLA attend one to two competitions a year and get to take a field trip to a place of their choice.

 

FCA - Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Sponsor: Vicky Herbster

All students welcome.

Meeting times for the year are to be determined.

A Christian-based organization whose mission is to strengthen and support students who have or desire a relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

FCCLA

Sponsor: Betsy Hermreck

What is FCCLA? Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education, or related courses as determined by the state Department of Education. FCCLA has more than 200,000 members and nearly 5,500 chapters from 50 state associations, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The organization has involved more than ten million youth since its founding in 1945.

 

Gay/Straight Alliance

Sponsors: Tara Bowser and Allyson Schafer

The GSA club is a student-run organization designed to bring together LGBTQI and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform for social change. Meetings haven't started yet, but students should pay attention to the announcements for more details.

 

Robotics

Sponsor: Molly Bovos

 

REbel

Sponsors: Allyson Schaffer and Tara Bowser

REbeL is a fairly new club at BLHS. We focus on promoting positive self esteem and body image in our school. Last year, we did activities like "Mirrorless Mondays" (students covered mirrors with positive images) and "Be You Week" (a week celebrating what it is that makes us unique).

 

SADD

Sponsor: Allyson Schaffer

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) promotes making healthy decisions such as staying drug and alcohol free. SADD plans activities for Red Ribbon Week.

 

Scholars Bowl

Sponsor: Jessica Booth

Scholars Bowl is a team academic competition based on knowledge of the basic academic subjects and the events of the year in review. Up to five students compete as team. Practice is required to both expand knowledge and become proficient in the format of competition. 

 

Science Olympiad

Sponsors: Allie Lippe and Peter Diehl

 

Student Council

Sponsor: Erin Amrein

Student council (STUCO) is an organization that seeks to welcome all students into our school and help them feel connected to our school community. We also seek to connect our community to the broader community around our school and state. 

 

TSA (Technology Student Association)

Sponsor:  Aldo Cilliers

TSA chapters take the study of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) beyond the classroom and give students the chance to pursue academic challenges among friends with similar goals and interests. Students can work individually or as a team in such areas as agriculture and biotechnology, website design, dragster design, flight challenge, film technology, CAD with 3D modeling, desktop publishing, extemporaneous speaking, radio controlled transportation, fashion design, or scientific visualization. Only TSA members have the opportunity to compete at exciting state conferences and then at the annual National Conference. Expert judging by technology educators and industry representatives inspires the best from participants. Members are rewarded not only with medals or trophies, but also with memories of the camaraderie and the challenge of a national TSA conference.

DIG - Diversity Group

Sponsor:  Jarred Fuhrman