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BHHS Clubs

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

CURRENT LIST OF 2019-2020 BHHS CLUBS!

(Last Updated 06 September 2019)

Please reach out to Dane Tippman to update this list! We are waiting to confirm clubs until the year begins, and clubs settle on meeting times and dates and staff advisers. 

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 in development. Band Teacher Corey Tamondong and Counseling and Guidance Office Assistant Darcie Gutierrez are the points of contact for this activity. Reach out them to learn more!

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

The Drama Club is in development. Contact Val Cowan to learn more.

The Speech and Debate Club is in development. Reach out to student Kaylee Cover to learn more. 

Bruin News - Students produce a Video show, a Radio show, and a Brookings Buoy Student Newsletter in this club. If you're interested in journalism, interviewing, radio, drama production, or you're just curious, talk to or Computer Science Teacher Dane Tippman at danet@brookings.k12.or.us

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

The Bruin Coffee Cave Club supports the student-run coffee shop. Contact Mrs. Piscitello to learn more.

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 or mentor Dane Tippman 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 advisor 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 advisor 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.

 

 

2018-2019 LIST OF BHHS CLUBS!


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 Historical Society Club meets every Thursday after school in Ms. Garvin's room 302. Join the Google Classroom for this club to get updates.

The LGTBQ+ and Straight Alliance Club meets every Friday at Lunch in Mrs. Piscitello's room 406. Join the Google Classroom for this club to get updates.

The Multicultural Club meets Wednesdays during lunch in the Bruins Career Center. Reach out to Natalia Aguilar to learn more.

The Games Club meets on Wednesdays and Thursdays every week after school in Mr. Crotzer's room. The club enjoys different tabletop roleplaying games, card games and board games. Novices and more experienced players are welcome.

The 4H Club meets on Fridays in Mrs. Prudden's classroom at lunch (room 208). They are comprised of a variety of 4H club members from varies clubs in Curry County. They share information, resources, and project updates with their 4H members.

The Color Guard Team is in development right now. Band Teacher Corey Tamondong and Guidance Department Secretary Darcie Gutierrez are the points of contact for this activity. Reach out them to learn more!

The BHHS Knowledge Bowl Team meets Mondays and Wednesdays until 5:00pm in Mrs. Piscitello’s room. Talk to Mrs. Piscitello or Ms. Bryant to learn more. Knowledge Bowl is an Activity and not a Club, and does require grade checks.

The Drama Club meets Thursdays after school in Ms. Bryant's room.

The Anime and Manga Club meets in Ms. Bryant's room on Mondays after school to talk about Anime, and on Wednesdays after school to talk about Manga. Talk to Ms. Bryant to learn more.

The BHHS Speech Class students are producing GREG Talks, student conferences and speeches inspired by TED Talks! GREG Talks are a student production of the BHHS Speech Class. Reach out to teacher Greg Scott to learn more.

The Interact Club does not have regular meetings at BHHS, but Students interested in participating in an Interact Club locally should reach out to Rotary District 5110 District Interact Chair Paola Pringle on Facebook, or through their online contact form.

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 or mentor Dane Tippman to learn more, or check out their website.

The Drone Club is currently in development. Anyone interested in Drone piloting should reach out to Mr. Tippman.

The Super Smash Bros Club meets after school on regular-schedule Tuesdays in Mr. Tippman's room, and during lunch on most weekdays. Talk to Syruss Burch or Mr. Tippman to learn more.

The Video Game Design Club meets in Mr. Tippman's room after school on Thursdays. We learn about how to develop interactive software, with a focus on the creative and organizational aspects of building a game. The Club has helped students develop a text adventure game in an apocalyptic wasteland, and a virtual novel set in a high school and featuring supernatural creatures.

The E-Sports Club is in development. The club is forming teams to play League of Legends and Overwatch competitively. We may have the opportunity to compete in local E-Sports events put on by Southern Oregon Community College. Talk to Dane Tippman or Lukis Sandberg to learn more.

Bruin News - Students produce a Video show, a Radio show, and a Brookings Buoy Student Newsletter in this club. If you're interested in journalism, interviewing, radio, drama production, or you're just curious, talk to or e-mail Dane Tippman at danet@brookings.k12.or.us