Extracurricular Activities

Join one of our many clubs and organizations. New clubs form every year. There is always an opportunity to form new groups!

Middle & High School

  • Color Guard
  • Drumline

Middle School

  • Beta Club
  • I Love History Club
  • Peer Mediation
  • Science Olympiad
  • Washington D.C. Trip
  • Violence Free Zone

High School

  • African American Club
  • Asian American Club
  • Announcers
  • Athletic-Booster Club
  • Art Squad: This club is designed to give aspiring artists an opportunity to gain recognition for their abilities outside the academic classroom. Members will visit various art museums and create art related to those visits. Activities include the creation of backdrops for stage productions and other art endeavors. NO EXPIERECE NECESSARY, only a positive desire to create and grow.
  • Asian Club: The main goals of this club include heightening Bay View student’s awareness and understanding of different Asian cultures and to provide a support base for its members. Projects and activities include participation in school wide programs highlighting cultural practices, sales of ethnic foods and social activities for members.
  • Chess Club: The Bay View Chess Club allows beginning, intermediate and advanced players to be matched against like opponents. Instruction is also provided for the player who would like to learn to play chess. Academic Majors, Minors and Numerals are awarded at the end of the school year. The season runs from October through January with state competition in March. Practice is twice a week. Club members must maintain eligibility. In the spring of 2003, the chess team won the national championship for the United States Chess Federation in the 900 and under division.
  • Choir
  • Debate Team
  • Drama Club
  • Drill Team
  • Forensics
  • Future Business Leaders of America
  • GSA
  • Homecoming Activities
  • Latinos Unidos Club
  • Library Assistants
  • Marching Band
  • National Honor Society: The National Honor Society is an organization of students who are selected at the end of their sophomore or junior year on the basis of character, service, leadership and academic achievement.
  • Parent-Teacher-Student Association
  • Pom-Pom Squad
  • Renaissance
  • Prom
  • Senior Class Commission
  • Senior Slide Show Committee
  • Stage Crew: The stage crew is responsible for the operation of the auditorium and stage facilities for programs and productions in the auditorium and Mary Morris Hall (room 230). Crew members assist in staging and producing programs. They learn about lighting, sound systems, and other aspects of staging productions presented in the auditorium and Mary Morris Hall.
  • Student Government Association
  • Oracle (Yearbook, Yeardisc, Newspaper): Students produce all three publications. It is the hope of the Oracle staff that students who plan on or are thinking about a career in journalism will have an opportunity to experience it in an informal and fun way.