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Clubs, Groups, Activities

The National Science Bowl® is a highly visible, fast-paced educational event and academic competition among teams of high school students who compete in a verbal forum to answer questions in all branches of science and math. Students in all grades welcome.
 
 
The Envirothon team is an academic team with an environmental focus. We focus on current environmental issues, soils, forestry, aquatics, and wildlife.
 
The Art Club is a group of likeminded individuals all striving to create an environment surrounded in the joy of creating. All are welcome.
 
This club is for registered Girl Scouts and friends. We focus on creating friendships between girls in Beavercreek South and Beavercreek North.
 
The Network Club's mission is to promote healthy drug free lifestyles. We conduct awareness campaigns to help influence students to think about their choices. It is open to students grades 9-12 who are committed to drug free lifestyles.
 
Student Council's goal is to promote worthy school citizenship, develop school spirit and pride, provide for better student participation at school functions, promote responsibility and fair play, establish better understanding between students and faculty, and hone leadership skills.
 
 
Board Game Club is open to any student wishing to learn and play strategic board games, whether new to the hobby or not. Often several different games are being played by different groups, so students can usually find a game that they enjoy and fits their play style.
 
The chess club is open to all BHS students whether you are new to the game or an accomplished player. Players have the chance to play, have fun and learn to think and plan ahead. Players who are interested can participate on the chess team and compete against other schools.
 
The French Club meets one a month to explore various elements of french culture (eat food, watch films, learn expressions, compete over trivia, etc) and to celebrate culture-specific holidays. The annual Bûche de Noël decorating contest and the annual Boules competition (the French version of bocce ball) are some club highlights. The cost is $5 for the year and any interested students should stop by to speak with Madame Spence.
 
A Student-run club that cooks small snacks, desserts, or meals. The goal is to teach basic cooking skills and socialization.
 
Looking for musical talent across all modern genres to write, perform, and record music.
 
A student-led organization that mentors, counsels, and builds positive relationships with peers in the building.
 
 
 
 
 
              krista.kingery@gocreek.org
Provides students interested in any medical profession the opportunity to learn about topics, such as various medical careers, diseases/disorders, medical procedures, getting into med school, etc. Involves guest speakers, group discussions, games, etc.
 
Intentionally practice social communication skills through fun outings with peer models.
 
To promote the importance of the Spanish language and the culture of Spanish-speaking countries to the BHS community; To provide students with activities to experience the culture of Spanish-speaking countries, which could include fundraising to pay for activity costs; Club Dues are $5 per year.
 
To promote the creativity of students seeking to write outside of the English curriculum; students meet to critique and support other students in their creative writing journey; we also host an annual short story and poetry writing competition.
 
The All-Star Team was created to provide a social environment for student’s grades 9 to age 22 who are enrolled as a student at BHS. The team will be composed of students with and without disabilities. While providing a committed team environment is important, creating lasting friendships among dance members is also a priority.
 
This is a special needs cheer squad that cheers the 1st half of all home games. It consists of 10 special needs students and 10 Peer Helpers.
 
We have a Fall Play, Winter Play, and Spring Musical. Students audition for shows or work on technical crews for the shows. The performances typically run the end of October for the Fall Play, end of January for the Winter Play, and the end of April for the Spring Musical. There is no activity fee to participate. We have past actors and tech crew members working on Broadway, in Hollywood, in movies, television, and streaming services.
 
Students interested in joining the newspaper staff must complete an application in January/February, which can be found through any English teacher, guidance counselor, office staff member, or on Mrs. Russ's Google site. Staff members will complete morning video announcements, Music Fridays, the newspaper website, and many other activities to support the BHS school population. Students must take Journalism 1 either before or during their time taking Journalism II.
 
 
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The Beavercreek Ultimate Frisbee team is coming off an 8th place finish at the state tournament and we want YOU to help us place first this year! Male and female athletes are encouraged to give ultimate a try this spring season. We compete against teams from the Dayton and Cincinnati areas from February through May.
 
 
 
 
 
Students meet weekly to engage in friendly games of Spikeball. No experience necessary!
 
We attend two Model UN conferences. One in December in which we work as teams of 5-10 students representing a country. The conference is held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and starts on a Sunday and ends on a Tuesday. The second event is held at Ohio State in early April and students work individually not in groups. This event begins on a Friday evening and ends Sunday afternoon. For this event, we stay two nights at a hotel near the OSU campus. Both conferences involve debate and competition.
 
JOI is a student-led club that focuses on community service.
 
Students meet weekly from 3:00 to 4:00 to play a variety of games.
 
The Beaverettes Dance Team is a competitive dance team comprised of Varsity and Junior Varsity members. Beaverettes have participated in the UDA National Dance Team Championship in Orlando, Florida for 5 years. Our team participates in dancing at all home football games, the popcorn festival, UDA dance camp, pep rallies hosted at BHS, basketball games, and multiple competitions in the surrounding area. We hold auditions in the Spring and hold practices year around. Additionally, we volunteer throughout our season in order to best serve our community. 
 
The Computer Programming Club helps students gain familiarity with programming, especially using the Python language. Students design and program projects of their own choosing.
 
 
 
 
 
Character Club, a service-based club working within our school and community, is open to any current student.
 
 
              lindsay.danver@gocreek.org
A group that meets to discuss the issues affecting Muslim Students at BHS and trying to create a greater understanding of their beliefs among the BHS community.
 
A gathering for anyone interested in talking about faith and the Bible. Geared towards athletes but certainly not only for athletes!
 
Elected officers plan events for their class. Elections happen each year; interested students can obtain applications from the main office.
 
Elected officers plan events for their class. Elections happen each year; interested students can obtain applications from the main office.
 
Elected officers plan events for their class. Elections happen each year; interested students can obtain applications from the main office.
 
The BHS Academic Team is kind of a club, kind of a sport, seeing as we compete in the GWOC and students can earn a varsity letter for competing on the varsity team. The team is open to all students who love to learn and want to show off what they know. The Academic Team, or Quiz Bowl, is composed of teams of 4 students who compete against each other across the region, state and nation (We are the 2019 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS by the way) over every subject area from History to Science, Literature to Fine Arts, and Geography to Math. Everything is fair game and the earlier you start, the better! Come talk to Coach Madame Spence in 0118, or visit our website for more information!
 
 
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Peer helping is a great way to get involved at BHS. Students give up their study hall in order to help in classrooms at BHS that have students with multiple disabilities. Peer helping is a rewarding experience where you make great friends while helping in your school community. Peer helping is great for students who have an interest in pursuing a career in the education field after high school, as well as anyone who likes to help others while having fun. We are certain that peer helping will become one of your favorite things about being at BHS. Please join!
 
              krista.kingery@gocreek.org
              kelly.hancock@gocreek.org
              sarah.yahna@gocreek.org
              paige.rizzotte@gocreek.org
              sarah.webb@gocreek.org
 
VISION:  To provide a venue for young people of faith to share with one another, support one another, encourage one another.
 
MISSION:  BHS CIA will provide an opportunity for fellowship and study, with a means and opportunity for students to involve themselves in outreach/service work, both locally and beyond.
 
GOALS:  To continue supporting our sponsor child through Compassion International. To provide a welcoming atmosphere at meetings. To continue service project opportunities including our annual Christmas in a Shoebox project in conjunction with Operation Christmas Child.
MEETINGS:  CIA meetings have moved to Monday after school, 3:05 to 3:45 p.m., in Room 2027.
 
Please join us for study and growth, fun and fellowship.
 
STEM Club participates in activities that focus on various science, technology, engineering, and/or math topics. Some of our past meetings have included electrical circuits, bridge building, and a STEM-themed escape room!
 
 
You excel. You serve. You lead. You succeed. You have a true thirst for challenge … and accomplishment. Membership in National Honor Society (NHS) may be an ideal fit for you! You can become a member through a local selection process that concludes with induction into the school’s National Honor Society chapter.
 
              brian.bisignani@gocreek.org
 
CyberPatriot challenges teams of high school students to find and fix cybersecurity vulnerabilities in virtual operating systems (Windows, Ubuntu etc).  It's designed for any student, regardless of prior cybersecurity knowledge.  Using a proprietary competition system, teams are scored on how secure they make the system. Top teams advance through the online round of competition, and the best of the best advance to the in-person National Finals Competition.
Practices will take place after school on Mondays and Wednesdays.  The start date will be based on student input.
 
Competition Dates 2020 - 2021: November 13, December 11 and January 22 
 
More Information: https://www.uscyberpatriot.org/  
 
Cost: Approximately $50 per student