High School Clubs & Organizations
Mr. Leonard/Ms. Myers/Mr. Triggs, Advisors
The Art Club originally founded in 1929, stresses creative arts, craft activities, student involvement and various community service experiences. We currently meet monthly from September through May.
BG Energy Project (BGEP)
Ms. Gajewicz/Ms. Ash, Advisors
Members create energy projects and teach younger students about energy issues. Great for students who enjoy working with children and are interested in different energy issues.
Mr. Dever/ Ms. Earlene Kilpatrick, Advisors
A learning experience designed to foster tomorrow's leaders. Sponsored by the BG Chamber of Commerce, BG Noon Kiwanis, BG Exchange Club and the WCESC, students are selected through an application process. Students selected will attend sessions designed to improve teamwork and leadership skills, while learning more about the BG community.
Dr. Gonzalez, Advisor
The BGHS Drama club exists to provide theater experiences for students. Students in the club participate in all aspects of theater production.
Mrs. Low, Advisor
A great way to get involved in a school activity. You must have: your own horse or the ability to lease one, your own transportation to the shows, and your own show attire. You can show in English, Western, or both! All of the normal show classes are offered.
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
Ms. Dever, Advisor
This club seeks to eliminate any kind of social inequity. See Mrs. Dever for details.
Mr. Dan DeWitt, Advisor
Contact the coach for more details.
Mr. Mulgrew, Advisor
The objective of this student-led organization is the development of initiative, leadership and good citizenship. Students participate in service activities in the community. Co-sponsored by the BG Kiwanis Club.
Latino Culture Club
Mrs. Zepeda, Advisor
Involves a variety of activities that promote and celebrate Latino culture. Activities include: Hispanic Heritage Month, celebration of cultural holidays, fiestas, movie night, Latin dance classes, guest speakers, Latino Youth Summit, and a Cinco de Mayo Dance.
Model United Nations
Ms. Kern, Advisor
Students compete at universities in Ohio and Illinois as they represent countries around the world and try to solve world problems in United Nations simulations. In addition to simulation competitions, students have international movie nights, service projects, and training sessions on protocol, resolution writing, research, etc.
National Honor Society
Mr. Nichols, Advisor
Organization for juniors and seniors who excel in areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character and have maintained a GPA of 3.70 at the end of the first semester. Officers plan at least one service activity per year.
Mr. Whitman, Advisor
Great for students who are interested in Jeopardy or Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Compete with other schools in both Toledo Area League, Great Lakes League, and Northwest Regional tournaments. Our BGHS team has qualified for both State and National tournaments.
RAP (Reader’s Advisory Panel)
Ms. Sexton, Advisor
A club for students who enjoy reading for recreation. They develop the FAVOR Award booklist that is shared with all students. Reader’s will read and discuss self-selected books.
Student Activities Board (SAB)
Mr. Mulgrew, Advisor
Great for students who want to participate in planning Homecoming and Cominghome activities, and organizing fundraisers that benefit the community. SAB provides students with an opportunity for leadership in planning events for the school and community.
Ms. Nicholson, Advisor
TI is comprised of teens who have pledged to remain alcohol and drug free and who hope to influence others to do likewise. Members will learn about these issues and be trained to share their knowledge with others. Also, members will plan and participate in drug-free activities and events.
Co-Curricular Clubs and Organizations
The following clubs are co-curricular. There may be pre-requisites or requirements to be met before signing up, and/or a particular class you must be enrolled in. For more information talk to the advisor.
Mr. Corrigan, Director
Become part of the band that performs for school, community, adjudicated events (contests), athletic events and assemblies! Prior experience is required.
Ms. Bringman, Advisor
Students enrolled in Calculus, interact and participate in math-related activities including “Pi Day”, movies and competitions. Money from the fund-raiser will go to two outstanding senior math students.
Mr. Landry, Director
BGHS has choirs for singers of all experience levels. The Concert Choir is for students grades 9-12 and has no audition. The Chorale is grades 10-12 and has a short audition. The Madrigals are a 16-person select ensemble.
Ms. Maxey, Advisor
Senior Marketing students participate in DECA, an organization that gives students leadership, teamwork, and community service opportunities. This student organization provides a wide range of competitive events that require students to work closely with marketing professionals, solve marketing problems, and write comprehensive descriptions of their solutions.
Ms. Kern, Advisor
The purpose of French club is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote the French culture, and to promote and perpetuate international friendship. Activities include evening conversation tables, movie nights, UNICEF fundraiser, Mardi Gras celebrations, and more.
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Ms. Conway, Advisor
Premier Leadership Organization in the School system. The BG FFA conducts numerous community service projects. Students must be enrolled in Ag. Education. All Ag. Ed. Students are FFA members.
Mr. Hudson, Director
A string ensemble for students who play the violin, viola, cello, and bass in grades 9-12. A great opportunity for students to develop their musical ability through performance on an instrument.
Ms. Maidlow, Advisor
The purpose of the Spanish Club is to stimulate interest in the study of Spanish, and promote awareness of and appreciation for the Hispanic culture within the school and community. All Spanish students are considered members of the club.
Ms. Sexton, Advisor
The Hi-Echo staff designs and creates the layouts for the annual yearbook. Students participate in all areas of publishing from selling books/ads to writing stories and creating a page to reflect an event or activity.