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BHHS Clubs

Welcome to the BHHS Clubs and Activities Page! We use this page to inform students and the public about the wealth of Student Clubs available at the Brookings-Harbor High School. If you would like to form a new club, please reach out to the BHHS Main Office. 


(Last Updated 09 April 2020)

Some clubs are remaining active online during the emergency school closure! Reach out to the staff adviser of your club to find out more.

The LGBTQ+ and Straight Alliance Club is built around for the purpose of providing students support, and to encourage diversity and acceptance among all students at BHHS. Advisors are Lisa Piscitello and Tim Buehler. 

The Color Guard Team is managed by BHHS Band Teacher Corey Tamondong and Counseling and Guidance Office Assistant Darcie Gutierrez. Reach out them to learn more!

The Climate Crew Club is open to students who are concerned about the environment. The group engages in community and beach clean-ups, river clean-ups and hikes. The adviser is Michelle Prudden.

The Drama Club meets once a week, their advisers are Darrin Dailey and Val Cowan.

The Tabletop Roleplaying Game Club plays games at lunch  after school. See Caleb Crotzer or Josh Kaufman for more details.

The Interact Club is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young people to participate in fun, meaningful service projects. Along the way, Interactors develop their leadership skills and initiative while meeting new friends. Reach out to Mrs. Prudden to learn more.

The Robotics Team has been participating in the FIRST Robotics Competition team since 2012. They are Team 4110, Deep Space Niners. Talk to Robotics teacher and team head coach Gary Suter to learn more, or check out their website.

The Cave Crew Club allows students to participate in raising school spirit and excitement at athletic events, attending school athletic events regularly to cheer on our Bruins athletes. The adviser is yet to be determined.

The National Honors Society is open to all students who have a GPA of 3.3 or better. These students must exemplify the traits of leadership, scholarship, character and service. The adviser is yet to be determined.

The Tutoring Club meets every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after school in the Library. Members help tutor students who are working after-school. Reach out to Gretchen Francisco to learn more.

The BHHS Knowledge Bowl Team is active again this year, with students participating in academic quiz competitions against clubs from other schools. Contact Lisa Piscitello to learn more.