•  Bethel High School Clubs

    Are you interested in getting involved with something you are passionate about? Do you want to talk with other students who share your interests? Bethel High has several clubs for you and we are looking for students who want to be a part of them. Here is a list of current clubs at Bethel High, if you are interested in being a part of these clubs, please email the club advisor to get more information.

    Club

    Advisor

    Description

    Meeting times

    Key club

    Mrs. Hodges 

    International service organization, encouraging leadership by serving others

    Wednesdays @ 2:15

    Book club

    Mrs. Olsen 

    A club for literary lovers

    TBD

    DECA

    Mrs. Pike

    Distributive education club of America – an association of marketing students

    Wednesday @ 10:30

    Gaming guild

    Mr. Gardner

    Games, games, and more games

    Tuesdays @ 3:00

    GSA 

    Mr. Loiselle 

    Gay straight alliance – safe space for all students to celebrate LGBTQ. All students are welcome

    @ 2:00

    BSU

    Mr. Alexander

    Black student union – safe space for all students to discuss/learn/engage in issues impacting African-American students

    TBD

    National Honors Society

    Mrs. Carlton

    Elevates school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character

    Wednesdays @ 3:00

    FBLA 

    Mrs. Gibbs

    Preparation for careers in business through academic competition

    TBD

    Pottery

    Mr. Misley 

    Working with clay

    TBD

    Daffodil

    Mrs. Vallier 

    Support selection of BHS Daffodil princess

    TBD

    FCCLA

    Mrs. Hamilton

    Community service projects for groups in need

    Wednesdays @ 11:00

    Robotics

    Mr. Stumpf 

    Build a robot and compete in robotics event

    TBD

    Heritage

    Mrs. Bursch 

    Where every student can embrace their culture while learning about the beauty and diversity of other cultures within our BHS family

    TBD

    Drama

    Ms. McCormick

     

    Drama Club is designed for students interested in learning more about the aspects of theater. This includes learning stage terminology, working on acting skills, set building, and costumes/makeup design. 

    Mondays @ 2:00